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10 Keys to Conquer Candida


Dr. Axe: Hey, guys.
Dr. Josh Axe and Jordan Rubin here, so pumped
to bring you today’s episode on the 10 ways
to start destroying candida in your body.
I know that candida is something that there
are a lot of people struggling with today.
Jordan: Absolutely.
Years ago, probably about 20 and I may be
dating myself, there were major books called
“The Yeast Connection,” “The Yeast Cure.”
And back then, I worked in a health food store,
and I got to tell you, at least 50% of people
thought or actually did have candida.
But keep this in mind, candida is a fungi
and it’s actually beneficial or benign.
But when it gets out of control, the candida
overgrowth or what people call candida overgrowth
syndrome can cause a litany of conditions.
In fact, almost everything known to man was
blamed on candida several years ago.
So, we’re going to talk about the truth separated
from the myths and how you can balance your
gut to transform your entire health.
Dr. Axe: Yeah, Jordan.
It’s exciting.
There’s so many people out there today that
are struggling with candida.
Some people don’t even know it.
If you have a white coating on your tongue,
that’s a big warning sign you have candida.
If you get chronic UTIs or different types
of infections, if you struggle with fatigue,
even issues like brain fog, leaky gut syndrome,
so many of these conditions are linked to
or tied to having candida or yeast overgrowth
in your body, which we’ll get into here today
as well.
So, we’re going to be talking about how to
overcome candida, a problem, Jordan, that
millions of people are struggling with today.
So, let’s go ahead and jump on in and start
talking about ways to combat candida.
Jordan: Absolutely, but let me make it very
clear.
This affects children, this affects the elderly.
We’re talking about skin conditions.
We’re talking about brain conditions.
We’re talking about gut conditions.
Gas, bloating, almost always comes with candida.
Candida’s opportunistic and if your gut’s
imbalanced, candida will thrive.
If you’ve got leaky gut, candida will thrive.
If you’ve got a habit of using antibiotics,
even one dose of antibiotics in your life
sets you up for yeast infection.
If you were born via C-section, if you have
been on corticosteroids, if you’ve been on
oral contraceptives, if you consume conventional
animal foods . . . you know which population
is really prone to candidiasis?
Swimmers.
If you swim in a chlorinated pool, it imbalances
your gut and your skin microflora which means
that you are subjected to candida.
But here’s the good news.
The 10 keys to conquer candida overgrowth
can help you with joint pain, can help you
with your brain, your heart, your skin, your
immune system.
It’s all in one.
So, this is not simply someone who’s been
diagnosed with candida overgrowth, this is
for anyone and everyone.
But if you’re someone who can’t get better,
allergies, runny nose, indigestion, if you
look up a list of symptoms that candida causes,
and there’s there great articles on draxe.com
that give that list, you’re going to find
almost every symptom known to man.
So, let’s get started.
Let’s conquer candida.
Dr. Axe: So, Jordan, I can start off.
You’re talking about how to do a bone broth
cleanse as this is something I know that we’ve
worked with patients and clients on naturally
cleansing their body.
Jordan, there’s something to say about doing
specifically a broth cleanse because a lot
of times, when people hear the word cleanse,
what they’ll tend to do is something like
a vegetable juice cleanse which, unfortunately,
a lot of times, people are doing certain vegetables
and even fruits that have a lot of sugar.
And the great thing about broth is it’s sugar-free.
It’s high in amino acids.
It is great for also balancing your pH.
Jordan, I’d love to hear you talk about this.
A lot of times, when people talk about alkaline
foods or foods in general that are alkaline,
you see a lot of fruits and vegetables, but
bone broth is alkaline as well, right?
Jordan: It is.
And I don’t want to get into acid alkaline.
We should do a program on that because . . . the
acid-alkaline myth.
There are some truths, there are some myths,
but here’s what you do with a broth cleanse,
you starve the yeast.
So, what I’m talking about is a three-day
cleanse where you only consume bone broth.
Now, you can do it with home-made bone broth.
And I would actually recommend, Josh, not
even eating the meat and the veggies.
I mean, I would do, especially if you’re a
little bit overweight or average weight you
can afford to lose a few pounds, do a straight
broth cleanse.
Warm is best.
You can have it from broth that you make with
veggies or you can use a bone broth powder.
You can make it yourself.
You can buy it.
Three days of bone broth and I believe that
you will lower the amount of total organisms
in your gut and then, you can begin to take
on the yeast and repopulate the gut with these
other nine keys.
So, a three-day bone broth cleanse, people
say they have less joint pain.
They have a clear head.
Their skin is clear.
They have less inflammation in general.
The candida levels go down because yeast thrives
on sugar and starch that turns into sugar
and this is basically a starch-free diet.
So, a three-day broth cleanse is paramount
if you have serious yeast issues and can’t
overcome the brain fog, the joint pain, the
gut issues.
Everything in between, skin problems, all
can be linked to an overgrowth of the yeast,
candida albican.
Dr. Axe: And Jordan, Shannon asks.
She says “My son has autism.
He is seven years old.
We’re trying to figure out what to do with
his gut.”
She’s wondering anything specific for kids
with autism.
And I’ll tell you, Jordan could tell you,
that autism and candida or gut issues are
linked all the time.
Jordan: Almost always.
In fact, if you do a comprehensive digestive
stool analysis or even some blood antibody
testing, you’ll find in nearly every case
of autism that there is an overgrowth of yeast
and imbalance of the gut.
So, stay tuned.
You’re going to learn some great keys to transform
your son’s gut and I believe some of the challenges
that come along with autism will respond extremely
well.
But I got to tell you, if there’s one element
that I recommend for kids with autism that
also have yeast overgrowth, it is bone broth.
And if you can get your child to consume a
lot of it, even if it’s not a bone broth cleanse
because they need some calories, you’re going
to see some good results.
Dr. Axe: Awesome stuff, guys.
All right, let’s jump in here to number two,
a low starch diet full of warming foods.
Jordan, talk about starch and I’ll talk a
little bit about the warming foods.
Jordan: Absolutely.
We talked about candida yeast thriving on
sugar and that’s just a fact.
If you look at simple biology, yeast metabolize
sugars.
Starches turn into sugars.
And even worse, starches, and I’m talking
about grains, potatoes, corn, table sugar
or sucrose, even maple syrup, oftentimes goes
to your gut and is undigested, and is left
to be fermented or putrefied by yeast in your
colon.
So, if you want to grow yeast, the best way
to do it is consume a lot of starch.
I believe it’s even worse than sugar.
So, I believe that fruit is not nearly as
big of an issue as consuming grains for a
candida overgrowth.
And so, we want to go on a low-starch diet.
You want to consume low-starch vegetables,
less sweet fruits, and you want to make sure
to consume healthy animal foods, proteins,
and fats.
And if you’re someone who’s on a plant based,
diet, it’s a little more difficult, but make
sure to get coconut, chia, flax, etc.
And keep in mind, these 10 keys to conquer
candida, they’re not everything you need to
do.
There are some other great keys that we have
left out and we’ll follow up on a future program,
but all 10 of these will make a difference
in your health.
We absolutely believe it.
So, make sure to consume low-starch foods
and eliminate most of the starch in your diet
if you want to eliminate candida.
Dr. Axe: Yeah, absolutely.
And Jordan, I know you and I have both spent
some time in studying Chinese medicine over
the years and one of the things we put up
here is warming foods.
You know, within Chinese medicine, they really
believe and know that certain things cause
candida buildup in the body, and that’s too
much . . .
Jordan: Damp heat.
Dr. Axe: Dampness and damp heat within the
body.
And think about this, Jordan, I know that
you lived in Florida.
I lived there for a period of time and the
worst area of the country for mold, or one
of the worst areas, is Florida in the U.S.
And think about where mold grows, like in
the corner of a damp basement.
Think about your body in the same way.
If your body becomes too damp, you can be
too dry or too damp, too hot or too cold.
If that happens where your body gets too damp,
that’s going to cause fungus and yeast buildup,
mold, within your body.
We got to change the internal environment.
We do that by drying the body with certain
types of foods and warming the body.
Now, some warming foods that are fantastic,
meat tends to be warming, but especially,
lamb.
Lamb, venison, and bison, grass-fed beef,
these are more warming foods.
Certain herbs are warming to the body.
Cinnamon for instance, garlic, onion, clove,
rosemary even, these things are warming to
the body and one of the best is actually ginger.
Ginger has been used for a long time within
Chinese medicine to naturally warm the body.
And then, Jordan, the foods that really dry
the body of dampness are, again, we touched
on some warm foods, it’s also, you and I both
know, it’s foods that are bitter in nature.
Jordan: More astringent.
Think about it, astringent.
Dr. Axe: Yeah, so some great things here.
Think about just doing your green leafy vegetables.
Things like spinach, especially, chard and
kale, these things are more bitter in nature,
romaine lettuce.
But doing a lot of green, leafy vegetables,
bitter herbs, in fact, an essential oil, like
orange peel, things like that, but things
that are astringent and bitter are very drying
to the body, the dampness.
When you’re consuming a diet, the ideal meal
is like a big bowl of bone broth soup with
some ginger and turmeric in it.
Jordan: And some cooked greens because raw
can be cooling, because when we talk about
thermal nature of foods, raw can be cooling.
So, eating those greens cooked with a nice
bowl of broth like a fuh type of a dish can
be awesome with some spices.
That would be the ultimate destroyer of dampness.
Dr. Axe: But what are your thoughts on black
seed oil?
Jordan: I think black seed oil or black cumin
seed is really beneficial, but it’s not the
miracle cure of everything.
Black cumin, just like black sesame, they’re
wonderful.
And in fact, black cumin seed or black seed
does have that astringent property.
And so, if you get a hold of black cumin,
black cumin oil, or cumin in general, cumin’s
a great herb and it is antifungal.
So, we love black cumin.
We just don’t believe that it is the cure-all
of everything under the sun.
It’s part of a good program.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
And I would say maybe an idea is that use
cumin powder in general.
Add it to burger meat or lamb, or things like
that.
Jordan: That’s a good one with lamb.
Dr. Axe: Start doing some Middle Eastern dishes.
I think that’s very, very drying, going to
be great for the body there.
So, Jordan, talk to us about the benefits
and how to use coconut oil.
Jordan: Coconut oil is rich in three fatty
acids.
One is antiviral, two are antifungal.
So, we’ve got lauric acid which converts to
monolaurin.
That’s antiviral.
Lauric acid, actually, destroys lipid-enveloped
viruses.
Here’s what’s great about that.
Dr. Axe: It’s amazing.
Jordan: Anti-fungal medicines can actually
work to get rid of fungus, but then, you’ve
got various bacterium that will grow.
It’s all a balance.
Bacteria, yeast or other fungi, parasites,
and virus, they all work in cycles.
So, if you kill one of them, you’re not going
to get the full benefits.
Everything here is going to work just as well
if you got viral issues or bacterial.
You don’t have to guess.
That’s why when people have viral pneumonia
and take an antibiotic, they made a major
boo-boo because then, the virus doesn’t get
destroyed and bacteria grows.
All that to say that I believe that everything
here has a multipronged effect.
So, coconut oil has lauric acid for viruses,
caprylic and capric acid for fungi.
Back in the day, caprylic acid was one of
the major anti-candida natural remedies.
You get it in coconut oil, plus, it’s a good
source of energy that feeds you and not the
yeast.
Many people with yeast overgrowth struggle
to gain weight or you could struggle to lose
weight.
It just messes with your metabolism, even
diabetes, particularly if you got insulin-dependent
diabetes.
Your blood sugar fluctuates, you have candida
overgrowth.
So, coconut oil, one to four tablespoons a
day in food, in just desserts or certainly
low-sugar desserts in your mouth off the spoon
is all really, really good.
And if you’re someone who can’t even digest
virtually anything, you can actually rub coconut
oil on your skin and get some of those benefits.
Coconut oil is highly antifungal.
Check out the benefits of caprylic and capric
acid.
They are medium-chain fatty acids that destroys
fungi.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
I love the idea, Jordan.
Coconut oil, great oil to add in, especially,
if you’re doing any type of cooking there
on a regular basis.
Jordan, so one of the questions here from
somebody was, “What are your thoughts on not
just coconut oil, but coconut kefir,” was
one of the questions here.
Jordan: That’s a great question.
Coconut kefir, particularly, I’m assuming
made with coconut water, can be good, but
this is just a personal opinion.
When you’re dealing with yeast overgrowth,
fermented beverages such as dairy kefir, coconut
kefir, kombucha can exacerbate things in the
beginning.
I would go with the broth cleanse, a low-starch
and warming diet in coconut oil.
Get some of the levels down.
I do think coconut kefir can be good, but
it also can cause gas and bloating in a gut
that’s very comprised.
So, I would rather consume coconut meat, coconut
cream, or even more so, coconut oil because
there’s no fiber.
There’s no carbohydrate.
That really blows up the gut.
When you’ve got a lot of yeast, they’re opportunistic.
And I’m already thinking of things that we
left off here to benefit which we’ll go with,
but I think coconut kefir is best for people
that are mild in their yeast overgrowth.
Dr. Axe: Yeah, I agree.
I have a question here from Cath.
She says, “What about coconut sugar?”
If you have candida, we really don’t recommend
doing coconut sugar.
It’s going to be something that will absolutely
feed yeast in your body.
Jordan: And it doesn’t have coconut in it.
We’re talking about the fat.
So, coconut kefir made with coconut water
has no coconut oil.
It doesn’t have the fats.
Neither does coconut sugar.
So, both of those I would leave out in your
conquering candida program in the short term.
Dr. Axe: In fact, a good alternative here,
if you do need something that’s naturally
very sweet is manuka honey.
I think it’s your best option.
Even with that you want to be careful, maybe
a teaspoon to a tablespoon max.
But I think manuka honey because of its antimicrobial
benefits, is going to be a much better alternative
than doing an actual coconut sugar there as
well.
Jordan: Absolutely,
Dr. Axe: So, let’s talk about, Jordan, I’m
going to talk about fermented vegetables and
then pass it off to you.
So, with fermented vegetables, a lot of times
people think about probiotics.
But it’s not just probiotics, it’s the pH
of the food itself.
We all know that apple cider vinegar can be
so beneficial.
We know that sauerkraut and kimchi, and kvass,
and other fermented vegetables are fantastic.
I personally really like them because they’re
high in organic acids which are great for
the body.
Now, Jordan, I know that I read in one of
your books, you had a great chapter in your
most recent “Maker’s Diet” when you wrote
about the power of sour and getting more sour.
Most of us, it’s all about sweet and salty.
We’re missing that bitter taste.
We’re missing that sour taste.
So, Jordan, how do organic acids work in the
body in really helping eliminate candida and
some of the other things in fermented vegetables?
Jordan: Absolutely.
Organic acids actually can destroy yeast through
creating an inhospitable environment.
You know we talked about acid alkaline.
Yeast, actually, thrive in a colon that has
a higher pH.
You need to lower your colonic pH by boosting
your probiotics, and they will create short-chain
fatty acids.
So, medium chain fatty acids are great for
destroying candida.
Short-chain fatty acids lower the colonic
pH.
We’re talking about butter and ghee, by the
way.
Butter and ghee can actually be anti-yeast.
Again, we only have 10 keys.
Lots of room for some of the really great
things that we want to add as well.
But you want to make sure that your colonic
pH is lower, organic acids do it.
So, when you get organic acids, and the best
way if you’ve got yeast overgrowth, is through
fermented vegetables such as sauerkraut.
Kimchi is really awesome if you can tolerate
it.
That will help clear the path, lower the pH
in your colon which makes yeast levels automatically
drop.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
Jordan, I saw a great new product.
I’m trying to remember the company now.
And they have these gut shots.
Have you seen those?
Jordan: Yes, yes.
Farmhouse Culture, yes.
Dr. Axe: Farmhouse Culture.
Check it out, Farmhouse Culture.
They have a great new product.
They have great sauerkraut.
In fact, Chelsea loves . . . they have a dill
. . .
Jordan: Pickle?
It’s a great, great product.
Dr. Axe: The dill pickle sauerkraut which
is so good.
But I had one of their beet . . . it was beet
and sauerkraut juice, this week at a health
food store in Florida.
Absolutely awesome, so check it out.
Jordan: And they have kimchi, too, which is
smoking.
So, you do an ounce or two of that.
Really, really, it is way better, in my opinion,
than coconut kefir.
This is not sweet at all and it’s got lots
of organic acids.
It cuts to the chase.
Dr. Axe: You know, Jordan, one of the surprising
things, too, a lot of times when people have
acid reflux, they tend to think they have
too much acid built up in their body.
That’s what their doctor will tell them.
I’ve read plenty of times in different articles
about, that it’s probably more due to low
stomach acid or your own body not producing
enough acid itself.
So, a lot of times we think, “Oh, I’ve got
too much acid in my body.”
A lot of times we don’t have enough because
we’re not getting enough of these fermented
vegetables in our diet as we’re talking about
here.
Jordan: Yeah.
Bitter and sour is the key.
If you see me smiling, one, I keep thinking
of great tips that we forgot.
Manuka honey is one of them.
And your fingers are yellow.
So, what have you been doing today?
Dr. Axe: Well, so before this, we’re getting
ready for our . . . we’re actually putting
the finishing touches on the essential oil
book we’re writing.
Jordan: “Essential Oils: Ancient Medicine
for the Modern World.”
Dr. Axe: So, I just came from that photo shoot
and I was working with the turmeric.
And so now, I’ve got turmeric.
You can probably see my thumbs.
They’re all orange.
Jordan: I knew it was.
I hoped that was it at least.
So, there you go.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
So, that’s what it is.
So, number five.
Jordan: This is one of your favorites.
I’m going to get started really and talk about
time, and I’m going to let you talk about
pau d’arco which you love.
But thyme is similar to oregano, similar to
marjoram.
They have thymol and they have other . . . carvacrol
is another of these, I would say they’re tannins,
right?
Or they’re polyphenol, they’re terpenes, they’re
something.
Dr. Axe: They’re terpenes, right.
Jordan: Okay.
Excuse me.
They’re terpenes.
Thymol, carvacrol, and others destroy yeast.
So, thyme is on your side when it comes to
fighting candida.
I just had to do that.
Dr. Axe: I know you had to.
Jordan: We’re going to talk about oregano
a little later, but thyme is an amazing herb.
You can take it in a supplement form, make
a tea out of it, or season with it.
Think about it.
When you cook your warming foods, your lambs,
your bitter greens, your bone broth, put thyme
in.
We’re going to talk about garlic later.
Those absolutely, work wonderful.
The essential oil or the fraction of thyme
that you can get from consuming it destroys
yeast and it destroys the byproduct yeast
create to cause you problems.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
I love to give everybody a cooking tip here.
Jordan, anytime we have people over for dinner,
we get the comment, whether I’m making some
sort of chicken dish or Italian dish, or something
else, somebody says, “Wow, this . . .” I get
a lot of compliments, “Hey, this food tastes
really good.”
The key is, use a lot of herbs.
Be generous.
I think a lot of times, people, even in most
recipes today, people sort of skimp on the
herbs.
Any time I’m eating anything, I mean, I’m
loading up on the basil, the rosemary, the
thyme, the turmeric, the ginger, going overboard
with herbs.
If you go to some of the healthiest places
in the world or the places that really understand
natural medicine like China and India, and
different areas in the Middle East, I mean,
when you walk into their houses, it is like
you’re walking into an herb garden.
I mean, it is so . . . we’re missing that
in America.
We’re not using herbs enough and I really
think our health is suffering because of it.
Jordan: It’s true.
Dr. Axe: So, Jordan, talked about thyme.
I want to talk about pau d’arco.
This is an herb that’s used in Chinese medicine.
And this herb is known to be drying and cooling,
and that’s why it’s typically the number one
herb prescribed for yeast overgrowth in the
body in Chinese medicine.
What I recommend is getting it in a tea form
or finding it as part of some sort of like
a candida supplement.
So, you can take it in supplement form, but
also, you can buy pau d’arco tea.
Drink two glasses a day.
It’s very, very effective, and in fact, I
believe, probably the most effective herb
in fighting candida and seeing results really,
really fast.
And I also like mixing pau d’arco in ginger
tea in combination.
All right, let’s jump in here.
We’re going to talk about number six here.
Jordan: I mean, so many essential oils are
antimicrobial, antifungal, but I think we
picked the top two.
One of them is for systemic candidiasis, and
that’s oregano essential oil.
I recommend, if you’ve got candida or if you’ve
got a bacterial infection, or viral, consume
a glass, and I would put water and/or juice.
And keep in mind it’s going to be a little
hot, two to three drops of oregano essential
oil two to three times a day and you can consume
it in two ounces or six ounces of water.
Make sure to mix it because the oil will tend
to settle and it will burn your skin.
Consuming oregano oil can help destroy candida.
It is probably the best remedy that I know
of.
But when you consume oregano essential oil,
make sure to consume a product that is certified
organic, more importantly, labeled as a dietary
supplement.
If you have an essential oil that is a topical
oil, I don’t know that it’s meant to be used
for consumption.
So, look for a dietary supplement.
Two to three drops three times a day, it really
can wreak havoc and disrupt the life cycle
of candida.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
And let me say this as well.
If you are doing a candida cleanse and part
of it you’re doing oregano oil, we would recommend
probably about 10 to 14 days max, not being
on it too long.
We know that if you’re doing this, these oils
are powerful, so using them more than two
weeks internally, if we’re talking about oregano
and clove, could start to not be beneficial
for your body.
So, we recommend just doing it for a period
of time.
Jordan: And then, taking some time off.
Dr. Axe: And then, taking some time off and
doing it in a cycle.
But oregano and clove are so powerful.
We know that oregano has carvacrol.
We talked about that earlier with thyme, Jordan,
which has some of the most beneficial anti-fungal
and anti-bacterial nature, even anti-viral.
It’s really powerful.
And then, clove has a really unique compound
called eugenol which is also why it’s so good
for the gums.
There are studies on it for gum disease, studies
on it showing it kills off fungus and candida
in the body.
So, these are the top two essential oils to
use on a regular basis.
And if you have any type of a thrush issue,
you’re getting that white coating on your
tongue, I’d recommend doing coconut oil clove
pulling.
Jordan: Absolutely.
And even with myrrh.
You can add myrrh, too.
But what Josh is talking about is oil pulling
which we both do regularly.
Clove is great for oil thrush, which is one
of the signs of candida.
If you’re dealing with cancer treatment, AIDS,
etc., a lot of times, immune suppression will
give you oral thrush, the thick coating on
your tongue.
When I was dealing with Crohn’s colitis, my
tongue was all different colors.
It wasn’t just white.
And so, doing a mouthwash or oil pulling with,
let’s call it one tablespoon of coconut oil
and you can even start with a teaspoon because
your saliva needs to grow.
Add one to two drops of clove.
You can add myrrh as well.
You basically, work the oil in your mouth.
You swish it.
Work it through your teeth.
Make sure to spit it out when you’re done
because it will draw toxins.
You do not want to swallow that.
You know what else is really great?
A little bit of manuka honey is awesome for
that.
You can even gargle as well.
So, if you did want to gargle . . . because
some people, I had thrush so bad.
It was in my throat and it is all over the
place.
Lavender is also great for candida.
So many oils are, but oregano, internally,
clove for the mouth, and many other things.
And let me just mention this because we are
on the subject of honey.
If you were somebody who has vaginal thrush,
and obviously, we’re a couple of guys.
We don’t recognize what that’s like, but it
is so common.
I remember when I was a kid, we would watch
TV and then the yeast infection commercials
would come on, and we’d be embarrassed when
our family was around, especially, our mom.
But this is a huge issue.
I think probably 80% of women will have at
least one vaginal yeast infection during their
life and old naturopathic remedies call for
using a douche or some type of vaginal application
of coconut oil and honey, but particularly
manuka honey.
I know that sounds strange, but check it out.
It is very, very effective.
So, oral thrush, clove, coconut oil, even
a little tea tree oil is amazing, myrrh, swish
it around up to 20 minutes, and then spit
it out.
And if you’re dealing with vaginal yeast infections,
topical application of coconut oil, manuka
honey, can be really, really good.
If you are dealing with mood swings, brain
fog, skin issues, rhinitis or allergies, if
you’ve got gut issues, gas, bloating, indigestion,
yeast is involved.
If you’ve got bad breath, body odor, joint
stiffness and pain, heavy metal poisoning,
there’s an underlying issue of your gut and
candida’s almost always involved.
You need to be on essential oils internally
and topically.
Look for certified organic oils that are labeled
as dietary supplements.
I wouldn’t be without them.
There are so many good ones.
These are the top.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
Let’s jump in to number seven here, Jordan.
I’ll talk about garlic and you can jump into
the spices category here as well.
You know, garlic is antifungal.
It’s antibacterial.
It’s antiviral as well.
Garlic is one of nature’s super foods.
Jordan, I was reading a study here just a
few weeks ago.
They’re talking about the top, in terms of
research studies, the herbs and spices which
had the most anti-cancer studies.
And when I found on there that turmeric was
number one, but I believe that garlic was
number two on that list.
Jordan: It’s a powerhouse and it’s fallen
out of favor a little bit.
Garlic is great for the heart.
It’s great for the immune system.
It is really great for so many things, but
it is primarily antimicrobial.
So, if you are able to consume more garlic,
it works raw or cooked.
Raw can be harsh for somebody with a gut that
is sensitive.
But if you’re going to make a warming broth,
you’re going to put in the turmeric, the ginger,
the bitter greens, you got that bone broth
base, adding some garlic.
I used to add four to eight cloves of garlic
to my bone broth recipe along with turmeric
and ginger.
Garlic is amazing.
Garlic tea is really, really good.
Garlic-ginger tea is even better.
Garlic-ginger-pau d’arco tea might be the
best of all.
Dr. Axe: And how about this?
Juicing some garlic into a sauerkraut shot.
Jordan: That is powerful.
Dr. Axe: There you go.
All right, so we’ve got garlic here.
Just one of the compounds in there, it’s called
allicin, actually, has very, very powerful
anti-bacterial properties.
Also, this is a really strong sulfur-containing
food which is great for your health as well.
Jordan: It is.
You know, now I’ve got to digest all this,
pun intended.
But what we’re talking about is make a . . . I’m
going to back up so you can see.
So, you’re going to make fermented veggies,
add a little bit of garlic, or you can buy
fermented veggies with garlic and ginger.
Farmhouse has garlic in some of theirs.
So do other brands that are by you.
Look for fermented veggies with garlic.
Make garlic tea with the other herbs that
we have here, so pau d’arco, thyme, oregano,
ginger.
And last but not least, you want to put it
in your broth.
So, that’s a lot of ways to get garlic.
Garlic is one of the best anti-candida spices
known to man.
And in general, essential oils are great for
fungus, spices are great for fungus, and herbs
are great for fungus.
We consume, in my opinion, the least herbs
and spices per capita of any civilized culture.
We depend on medicine.
We depend on sanitation, but native cultures
don’t have sanitation.
They don’t have medicine.
They have spices and herbs, and they have
oils.
Dr. Axe: Yeah, absolutely.
Jordan, let’s talk about fermented silver.
Jordan: Now, this is something that is really,
really amazing because we’ve all heard of
colloidal silver, right?
Colloidal silver is said to destroy fungi
on contact.
But here’s my issue with silver.
When I get a cold or my kids do, we give colloidal
silver.
But I don’t absolutely know that it works.
I just do it because I feel good and it’s
easy.
What kid won’t take a little silver?
It’s a liquid.
It tastes like nothing.
I believe on contact, if you gargle, if you
swish, it’s really good.
I have no real proof that colloidal silver
works systemically the way that I hope it
does.
And this is not a criticism as much as it’s
an observation.
So, I have actually found a form of fermented
silver that allows it to be consumed as you
would a supplement or food, and I believe
that that releases in the bloodstream the
silver ions, supposedly, can destroy bacteria
and yeast.
Now, this is very, very new and it’s emerging,
but if you can find a product that has fermented
silver in it, I believe that it’s going to
go a long way to balancing your gut.
Dr. Axe: Jordan, a few questions here.
One is, “Where can I buy fermented silver?”
Jordan: If you will check out the draxe.com
site, look it up.
I think you will find some good information
on how to find products that contain fermented
silver, brand new stuff.
Dr. Axe: Another question here from Jessica.
She says, “Can colloidal silver be toxic or
cause heavy metal toxicity?”
Jordan: It’s a great question.
If you consume a lot of silver, particularly,
with a high part per million, and I’m talking
about several bottles a day, there is a condition,
I want to say it’s called ageria.
It’s something like that.
Dr. Axe: Yes.
It’s argyria.
I don’t know.
Jordan: Yeah, something.
It’s basically a graying of the skin.
Somebody did that once.
I think they had bottles a day of colloidal
silver and the challenge is, it’s irreversible.
So, that got out there and it created a big
issue against colloidal silver in general.
Dr. Axe: This person is drinking a liter.
That’s how much, a liter of colloidal silver
a day.
We’re talking about a teaspoon or tablespoon
a day, not liters.
Jordan: But I don’t believe the fermented
silver is going to cause problems.
Dr. Axe: That’s a great thing.
Jordan: You still want to keep the dose, the
daily dose between 50 micrograms and 150 micrograms
of silver.
So, you’ve got to do some mathematic . . . a
little calculation there.
But I think colloidal silver is good topically
and orally.
But fermented silver, I believe, would be
better systemically.
Silver kills germs.
Dr. Axe: I mean, Jordan, fermented silver
is what I personally use.
I believe it’s even better than colloidal
silver.
Again, I think colloidal silver can be great.
There are uses for that.
But again, fermented silver, my absolute favorite.
I’ve had a lot of patients who’ve used that
over the years, and I absolutely . . . I’m
sorry.
Not over the years, really more recently,
several patients started using it.
All right, Jordan, let’s talk about mushrooms.
So, can fungi fight fungi?
Jordan: Absolutely.
And this is a big, big misconception.
The old candida diet said no vinegar and they
said no mushrooms.
Number one, apple cider vinegar and coconut
vinegar can be really good if you have candida.
Now, white vinegar and distilled vinegar,
even balsamic, that, I think, can cause issues.
But I believe good quality real food vinegar
can help fight fungi.
But you know what really fights it?
Fungi.
Now, let me just explain to you.
Fungi is a kingdom.
At the way bottom is candida, a single-celled
organism that is not very developed.
On top are polycellular fungi that we call
mushrooms and they fight candida by boosting
your immune system.
My favorite is turkey tail mushroom known
as trametes versicolor.
It creates immune-boosting compounds that
have been used as adjuvant therapies for cancer.
They’ve been used in other major conditions
such as chronic fatigue, fighting Epstein-Barr,
and it fights fungi.
In fact, I believe reishi, chaga, and turkey
tail all fight candida.
So, if you want candida relief, mushrooms
are great.
And guess what I’m going to say.
Go back to the bone broth, the warming food,
because in Chinese medicine, you fight fungi
with fungi.
So, you can consume turkey tail mushroom.
It’s a medicinal, so do it in a tea.
Do it in a recipe like a soup.
It’s not as much of a culinary mushroom as
much as it is a medicinal, or you can take
it in supplement form.
And in Josh’s book, “Eat Dirt,” he talks about
the seven secrets to healthy soil and it includes
a lot of this.
So, what we’re talking about is the right
minerals, particularly silver.
We’re talking about getting fungi, bacteria,
and even next we’re going to talk about yeast
versus yeast, which is even crazy.
Dr. Axe: Very good.
Jordan, we got a question here from Margaret
about beta glucan.
Jordan: Beta glucan also can help fight yeast.
What’s great about turkey tail mushroom?
It has beta glucan naturally occurring in
it.
But beta glucan stimulates the macrophages
of your immune system which can help engulf
either candida or the toxins it creates because
candida is not the issue.
When candida grows, it creates toxins and
it almost embeds in your gut and also creates
permeability.
So, a lot of people believe leaky gut has
yeast involved.
They put in sort of stakes into your gut driving
bigger holes.
Dr. Axe: Yeah, absolutely.
Let’s jump to the last one here, Jordan, yeast
fighting yeast and soil-based organisms to
clear candida out of the body.
Jordan: The tenth recommendation is really
number one and if you’re fighting candida
and you are not using probiotics, you’re missing
the boat.
But if you’re using probiotics and they don’t
have SBOs, you’re missing the ocean.
Folks, I had the worst case of candida that
anyone had ever seen.
Whether it was in the gut, 4 plus for CDSA,
I had high titers.
The way to overcome candida more than anything
is to get soil-based organisms in your body.
They go in.
They last for several days.
They create compounds and enzymes that destroy
yeast.
They create a zone of inhibition, if you will.
Regular probiotics, lactobacilli, work a little
bit.
SBOs work a lot.
Soil-based organisms destroy single-celled
fungi in the root system of plants and they’ll
do that in your body as well.
In fact, if you’re going to be taking a probiotic
for anything, but especially, to balance candida
levels in your body, SBOs or critical soil-based
organisms, a great research by Dr. Simon Cutting
out of the UK, talking about the compounds
that the bacillus genus or bacillus species
of probiotics can do so.
They create a zone of inhibition that cause
yeast to not enter.
So, they begin to balance your gut.
And then, this is really interesting.
Saccharomyces boulardii is known around the
world as the yeast versus yeast.
Saccharomyces boulardii creates lactic acid
and either organic acids that destroy yeast.
Remember we talked about organic acids?
Dr. Axe: Oh, yeah.
Jordan: Consuming organic acids, consuming
compounds and herbs, and oils destroy yeast.
And the one thing I also want to add to this
mix, so, we got SBOs and sacch boulardii,
the enzyme cellulase can help break down the
wall of yeast.
We left that off along with manuka honey and
ginger.
But if you want to get to the bottom of yeast,
it’s not a surface thing, it’s a long term
. . . I’ve taken them for 20 years.
Soil-based organisms and saccharomyces boulardii
need to be in your probiotic, and I believe
when you’re dealing with yeast overgrowth,
double, triple, or quadruple the probiotic
dose.
Dr. Axe: Absolutely.
Jordan: Most people don’t get results because
they don’t consume a lot.
You know what else is good about sacch boulardii?
When SBOs get in there, they can cause a stirring
up of yeast, so can oregano oil.
And if you’ve heard of a die-off or a Herxheimer
reaction, that means that as the yeast die,
they create their last ditch effort to hurt
you with various compounds and you reabsorb
them and feel yucky, feeling worse before
better, saccharomyces boulardii helps clean
that up.
You want to get rid of the yeast toxins as
well, there’s another beneficial tip.
If you are having die-off, I don’t know if
anyone asked and said, “I was on a candida
diet.
I starved them, I killed them, and then I
felt worse,” consuming a clay, a bentonite
or montmorillonite clay that’s in a dietary
supplement form, also flax and chia seed,
they can help capture the toxins and move
them out of your body.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
It’s a great idea, Jordan.
A lot of times I hear from people that, again,
as you’re doing a candida cleanse, you’ll
notice some of these reactions as Jordan is
saying.
Getting a little bit of clay in there, getting
some flax in there as part of a bone broth
smoothie, I love doing some flax and bone
broth powder in there to really bind the things
that’s so important.
All right, let me see here.
Some questions here.
Jason says, “What about charcoal?”
Jordan: Charcoal can be okay.
I like clay a little bit better.
You know what else I like is shilajit or humate.
But charcoal can definitely help.
Consume smaller amounts of it because it can
tamper with mineral absorption.
And when you have candida, you already have
an issue metabolizing certain vitamins because
the candida eats first.
That’s the problem.
It’s parasitic in nature, so the candida will
eat the best of your nutrients before you
get them.
And so, it’s really, really important to stop
them in their tracks, starve them, kill them,
and all of these keys will help your overall
body.
And so, as Josh is reading some of your questions
and comments, I want to make sure you understand
that if you’re dealing with skin issues, if
you have gut issues, if you have brain issues,
if you’ve got immune system issues, you’re
likely dealing with candida overgrowth.
And I believe that so many people suffer and
they go to diagnostic test after diagnostic
test, doctor after doctor, and even antifungals
work for a little while and cause a rebound
effect.
If you’ve got toenail fungus, it’s internal.
If you’ve got a skin fungus, even ringworm,
other fungal issues that are on the skin,
if you’ve got acne, yeast is involved.
You need to follow these 10 keys to conquer
candida once and for all.
And you’ll get so many benefits because we’re
not simply destroying things we’re building
your body as well.
Dr. Axe: Yeah.
Great question here from Alexandra.
He says, “How do you know if the candida is
killed?”
You know, I’ll tell you a couple ways to tell.
One is really looking at your tongue.
This has been used in Chinese medicine for
a long time.
If there’s a white coating, especially, in
the middle of your tongue, if there’s a coating
on there, once that is gone and your tongue
starts turning more of a pink color, that’s
one big way.
Another way is really looking at your bowel
movements.
And if you’re having healthy, well-formed
bowel movements, that’s another thing if those
are irregular.
So, if you’re bowels get really healthier
bowel movements, if you have more of a pink
layer on your tongue rather than any type
of a whiteness or white coating, that’s the
biggest sign that you’re starting to overcome
candida . . .
Jordan: Skin, energy levels, and really whatever
challenge you’re dealing with, if that gets
better.
But really, to me, post meal gas and bloating
are one of the biggest triggers to both candida
and small intestine bowel overgrowth, which
is called SIBO or SIBO.
Both of those go hand in hand.
Remember, candida is not the cause of all
your issues, but it’s likely an accomplice.
And everything we’re doing here is going to
reduce your load of bad bacteria, virus, and
even parasites.
You’re going to get great benefits and you’re
going to . . . antioxidants are going to be
boosted.
So, if you don’t have candida and you follow
these ten keys to conquer candida, you’re
going to get better in so many ways.
And guess what?
You never needed to know if it was yeast or
not.
Dr. Axe: Hi, Dr. Axe here.
I want to say thanks so much for checking
out this YouTube video and also, don’t forget
to subscribe.
If you want to get more great content on things
like herbs, essential oils, natural remedies,
and how to use food as medicine, also check
out more of our content on my YouTube channel.
Thanks for watching.

Randall Smitham

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100 COMMENTS

  1. Maria Camilla Thiago Posted on February 8, 2019 at 2:21 am

    Honey works like a charm to kill candida – speaking fr experience. I added *wildflower honey to my hot green tea, but the most potent form is *manuka honey.

    Reply
  2. Louie Alcala Posted on February 8, 2019 at 10:04 pm

    Dr Axe,or any passerby, is oatmeal a starch?

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  3. Louie Alcala Posted on February 8, 2019 at 10:17 pm

    So I don't understand, no kombucha (fermented drink) but yes fermented veggies? How so?

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  4. doubtfuldreamer Posted on February 10, 2019 at 12:43 am

    How does C-section contribute to yeast risk? what the heck?

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  5. Joe Fromherz Posted on February 11, 2019 at 2:40 pm

    Awesome episode guys! I love what you are doing. Keep 'em educated! Been following for a little while and have seen an improvement in my life and I just want to say thanks guys. 🙏💕

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  6. CourageousLivingTO Posted on February 15, 2019 at 5:17 am

    Brilliant doctors!!! Thank you so much for this important information. Well done.

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  7. Angela Skinner Posted on February 16, 2019 at 4:45 am

    What on earth do I eat for my main meals?

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  8. Brenda B Posted on February 16, 2019 at 8:04 am

    I made a gallon of bone broth & started on 1 cup every morning on Feb 11. It's so delicious in the morning right after I brush my teeth, drink 8 oz cold water. Yum!

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  9. Mae Hedding Posted on February 17, 2019 at 6:47 pm

    I have turkey tail mushrooms in capsule form. Now the store bought mushrooms. I’m confused. I love mushrooms and was buying a 2 pound box every week. So my friends said you better knock it off with eating all those mushroom. You say eat them. I’m confused????

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  10. Bobbie Jo Posted on February 18, 2019 at 11:07 pm

    What do you think about Emu Oil?

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  11. Katy DerDerian Posted on February 19, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    What if you are a vegetarian?

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  12. Gail Perkins Posted on February 21, 2019 at 3:08 am

    Can you put coconut oil in your tea?

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  13. Lady Hannah Posted on February 28, 2019 at 9:54 pm

    Are fermented vegetables and Kiefer okay for SIBO and candida?

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  14. Dany Puno Posted on March 3, 2019 at 1:19 am

    Do people react such as sneezing and coughing is related to candida issue, I need your explanation please.

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  15. chi chi Posted on March 9, 2019 at 2:25 pm

    can someone help me? What is bone broth and how do i consume it? i bought a powder and do i mix it with water?

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  16. benzer silk house Posted on March 10, 2019 at 3:05 am

    I am vegetarian and can’t drink bone broth so what’s the alternative?

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  17. Lisa Gardner Posted on March 14, 2019 at 3:35 pm

    Is pau d arco safe ? I’ve read it can cause intestinal bleeding

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  18. Corey Mondello Posted on March 18, 2019 at 12:36 am

    Bone broth? NO THANKS!

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  19. Cheryl Smith Posted on March 22, 2019 at 2:15 am

    I got sick this week and my tongue was coated in white. It was so gross. I had a headache too. It felt like the Candida was winning. I have been eating so bad over the past 4 years. I am finally ready to change my life.

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  20. golbargaam Posted on March 24, 2019 at 12:15 pm

    I have diabetes type 2 and cholesterol, can i take bpne broth ? Thanksxxx

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  21. calikokat100 Posted on March 24, 2019 at 11:03 pm

    i thought thymol….is poisonous :/

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  22. Mary Flores Posted on March 28, 2019 at 1:52 pm

    How can I start in the morning to eat. I just started seeing some white on my tongue and I feel something on my throat. I will stop my sugar

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  23. Thank you next vids Respect the theory Posted on March 28, 2019 at 10:59 pm

    Ahhh so that’s why when I put coconut oil on my skin I get a rash. I guess it’s an alregic reaction because I have a fungal infection over growth

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  24. P Manning Posted on April 4, 2019 at 12:46 pm

    Not way to bone broth.🤮

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  25. Cgoo Last Posted on April 4, 2019 at 11:30 pm

    a warm wet body is bad? how do we undo that?

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  26. Alexandra Perea Posted on April 8, 2019 at 3:37 am

    Is it okay to do the 3-day bone broth cleanse while pregnant in second trimester?

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  27. YoBro Posted on April 8, 2019 at 2:19 pm

    What about dill pickles???

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  28. BizSH PizSH Monet Posted on April 9, 2019 at 3:16 am

    "Were you born via C-section, do you swim, are you a child, are you an adult, ARE YOU HUMAN??"………THEN YES you are prone to candida

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  29. edward boba Posted on April 10, 2019 at 4:38 pm

    Love you guys, thank you

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  30. Jarno Posted on April 11, 2019 at 9:36 pm

    I don't agree with all you teach but thanks for the value !

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  31. Maria H Posted on April 13, 2019 at 5:12 pm

    The best oregano oil is from myvidaorigins.
    It’s a great brand!!

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  32. Anthony N Posted on April 15, 2019 at 12:14 am

    Do u think I could do a 10 day cleanse with only bone broth/acv/garlic/coconut oil/fermented oregano and water to get the result ?
    I like doing cleanses especially 10 day juice
    Thanks

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  33. GreatGood Posted on April 15, 2019 at 1:31 pm

    Thanks for this insight

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  34. jennifer lawson Posted on April 16, 2019 at 12:15 pm

    COLODIAL SILVER. 2DROPS A DAY IS GREAT 500-1000BPM

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  35. Marie Paquette Posted on April 16, 2019 at 3:45 pm

    Looks like Keto diet!

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  36. Victoria Tucker Posted on April 22, 2019 at 7:45 am

    The only I’m going on a bone broth only cleanse is in a coma. I need to eat food. And dry the body of dampness😬

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  37. Alona Crown Posted on April 22, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    THANK YOU SO MUCH TO THIS VIDEO NOW I START KILL MU CANDIDA I KNOW I USE ORAL CONTRACEPTIVE FOR A YEAR AND HRT HORMONES. AND I FEEL MT CANDIDA GROW NOW…

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  38. LISA of the Clan Mac Innes Posted on April 23, 2019 at 5:08 am

    What about cbd tincture ?

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  39. 007 More Posted on April 23, 2019 at 3:18 pm

    Just another i going to tell you im going to tell you in todays show im going to tell you.41 minutes of camera whores with 5 minutes of information..

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  40. kimberly collard Posted on April 23, 2019 at 6:21 pm

    Avocado?

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  41. TUNESMITH da INFINITY Tunegate Posted on April 23, 2019 at 9:31 pm

    So I have a CANADIAN DISEASE NOW

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  42. Judy Childs Posted on April 26, 2019 at 11:06 am

    Thank U2 for sharing!

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  43. Super Nova Posted on April 26, 2019 at 2:48 pm

    I thought the title was "10 ways to conquer Canada "

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  44. Nauris Jimenez Posted on April 26, 2019 at 9:22 pm

    What about Black garlic ?

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  45. Muse Amore Posted on April 28, 2019 at 7:33 pm

    How can you get candida overgrowth out of your kids? What diet can you force on a child?

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  46. Wahiba Wabiba Posted on May 3, 2019 at 12:42 am

    So nothing cold??no salads??

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  47. T.J. Thompson Posted on May 5, 2019 at 6:20 pm

    This was a great ,to the point, protocol for overcoming candida. Topically, a paste or poultice of black walnut hulls, bentonite clay, coconut oil and cream with those mentioned essential oils is a potent application.

    My resources also suggested chamomile, calendula, tea tree oil. Someone mentioned olive leaf which is also fantastic.

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  48. Blue Butterfly Wellness Posted on May 7, 2019 at 3:34 am

    Does this work for the antibiotic resistant Candida Auris? How can you test for Candia? My doctor won't test for it. Every time I eat mushrooms I start itching. Is it only the ones you mentioned or any? Btw, this is heavily meat based info and only lightly touches on plant based diets. Also what's your opinion on 36-72 hour dry fasts to combat this?

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  49. Raw Food Solution Posted on May 7, 2019 at 11:39 pm

    Spinach and chard might not be best for candida because of oxalate accumulation.

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  50. Amani Clark Posted on May 8, 2019 at 4:04 pm

    I so blessed that I came across this video! I’ve been doing research for years on my issue and I’ve been going from doctor to doctor. This video really is an all into one and I believe the men who are speaking are really passionate about helping those, like myself who may be struggling with yeast overgrowth.

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  51. kassie truelove Posted on May 9, 2019 at 4:18 am

    1. Bone broth cleanse x 3 days
    2. Low starch diet with warming foods (lamb, venison, bison, cinnamon, garlic, clove, ginger, bitter foods, chard, kale, romaine, eating warmed greens)
    3. Coconut oil
    4. Fermented veggies
    5. Pau Darco (herb tea used in chinese medicine) and thyme herbs
    6. Oregano and clove essential oils
    7. Garlic spice
    8. Fermented silver (more info on Dr. Axes website)
    9. Turkey tail mushrooms
    10. Soil Based Organisms & sacch. bouldardi
    Lots of mentions about manuka honey

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  52. Jörg von Frundsberg Posted on May 13, 2019 at 9:30 am

    Let's go huntin' bison Josh! The best meat in America! And we can make lots of bone broth from it as well!

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  53. Geofrey Sapio Posted on May 13, 2019 at 11:24 pm

    I like the way you explain each keys but there are some words or terminologies that I dont understand… hope there is caption and pictures of items or things being mentioned. Thanks.

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  54. Geofrey Sapio Posted on May 13, 2019 at 11:35 pm

    How long it will take to totally kill candida by following all these keys and how you will know or what are the signs if you are now a totally free from candida infestations.

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  55. alpha13thirteen Posted on May 14, 2019 at 5:03 am

    I’ve tried everything except Turkey tail. What is the dose?

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  56. Gregory Eliyas. Posted on May 15, 2019 at 1:55 am

    Superb ,Helpful, life saving information. Thanks to both of you.🙏

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  57. Mary Posted on May 15, 2019 at 5:38 pm

    Alot of the products for this cure is expensive. How can someone afford to do this everyday when everything you have to eat and drink is to be purified and organic? I can't afford half of these products nor can I afford Probiotics, what can I do?

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  58. 2016imhere Posted on May 16, 2019 at 2:01 am

    So now I can't swim .. Great

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  59. linda medina Posted on May 16, 2019 at 8:03 pm

    So basically take probioticss (soil based) try to starve the yeast as much as possible (no sugar, alcohol) and take flaxseed to suck out the toxins. Gotcha.

    ive had ringworm 4 years ago and transferred to my face. Cant wait to rid this beast

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  60. NakiaSimone Posted on May 16, 2019 at 10:26 pm

    Wow. My new workout/ nutrition program coaches wrote on the board: sauerkraut and kimchi approved! I thought to me self…. ok…lol

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  61. Adeola Olasiyan Posted on May 17, 2019 at 10:47 pm

    What is the best broth powder to use

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  62. Adeola Olasiyan Posted on May 17, 2019 at 11:27 pm

    What is the name of probiotics mentioned here

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  63. Denim Lowe Posted on May 18, 2019 at 5:31 pm

    What book would you recommend for herbs?

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  64. SMERKUZHEO G Posted on May 19, 2019 at 7:47 am

    @Dr.JoshAxe. thank u.

    Ive had a rash on top of foot that started with wet sandal use daily for few weeks smh.

    Rash didnt qo away with hydrocortizone or even antifunqal creme otc .

    I feel i do consume alot of starch n suqar tbh & will decrease drastically asap.

    Also think immune system is not at 100% kuz i qot a scratch n it took like 3 weeks to heal smdh, so i will also increase my Vitamin C & Excercise.

    U think this danq rash can be from Candida?.

    Any suqqestions?

    Also what do u think of Lomacia?

    Anybody knowledqable please reply asap.

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  65. Connie Miller Posted on May 19, 2019 at 2:34 pm

    I would like to hear you talk about candida and hair loss. I had candida so bad I had hair loss and the tops of my ears itched so bad. I am on the candida diet and I take olive leaf extract capsules. I am now doing much better.

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  66. Julia K Posted on May 20, 2019 at 5:40 pm

    How about olive leaf extract?

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  67. Michelle Jagers Posted on May 24, 2019 at 8:23 am

    Is monk fruit sugar ok on the candida diet?

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  68. Hair Extensions by Denise Posted on May 24, 2019 at 3:55 pm

    Love the content. Can't read the board for notes. 🤪

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  69. Julie Carr Posted on May 25, 2019 at 12:54 am

    HALLELUJAH. mushrooms are back.!!!

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  70. Hair Extensions by Denise Posted on May 25, 2019 at 2:20 am

    If I can't get bone broth, can I use your bone broth protein powder for a 3-day fast instead?

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  71. Charlotte Moore Posted on May 27, 2019 at 5:48 pm

    I'm having nausea red sore face and fatigue

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  72. Charlotte Moore Posted on May 27, 2019 at 5:48 pm

    I've tried every night stand over the counter myself my doctor can't even figure out what's wrong

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  73. Charlotte Moore Posted on May 27, 2019 at 5:49 pm

    This all started 7 months ago when I was on antibiotic for urinary tract infection

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  74. L. Thill Posted on May 30, 2019 at 7:11 pm

    I add anti-fungals in morning coffee,(coconut oil, or MCT, cinnamon, black seed or oregano etc), also add my resveratrol and other things.
    I take my probiotics at night, but I'll take ACV, one shots, or any fermented food before a meal.

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  75. patrishya MolRodrig Posted on June 1, 2019 at 8:27 pm

    Im glad i find you guys. I have my life with candida. But i have just 1 year i find out the name. Because, doctors in california dont belive in that

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  76. Lilolme Jusayin Posted on June 6, 2019 at 7:04 am

    I heard recently it’s not sugar but fat that must be lowered. Thoughts?

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  77. Debbie Tweedy Posted on June 12, 2019 at 2:25 pm

    Great information

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  78. bubba gump Posted on June 12, 2019 at 2:55 pm

    eat greens vegetables it's extreamly helps make yourself a big salad everyday eat it though out the day i usually eat half in the morning or launch and half in the evening. your salad should include parsley or Coriander, Arugula , cucumber, garlic , sweet red pepper, tomato, lettuce and cabbage. i usually add apple cider vineger and olive oil. if you are too lazy to do all of that i would strongly recommend just to eat cabbage i found it very helpful for me. also you can just grab and eat a cucumber or lettuce just keep eating greens.

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  79. Mohamed Ali Posted on June 18, 2019 at 12:19 pm

    Hey Dr. Axe
    I am so proud of you because you are really unique and very deep thinker!
    Hopefully we will be expecting a lot more in the coming season!
    Thank you so much for being transparent with us.
    ♥️😀♥️🎯⛳

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  80. Kiemyou Kuromura Posted on June 18, 2019 at 11:57 pm

    What about a mixture of olive oil, garlic and tea tree oil? Ive been seeing videos of that to be place is feminine pads and wearing at night during sleep. Does it help or is it recommended? Share your thoughts on this. Thank you.

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  81. Billie Jo D Posted on June 19, 2019 at 2:45 pm

    Wow, I dont eat sugar.. however my cravings for it are though the roof… this is silly…I am gonna though this in for my sibo protocol. I hope this helps me.

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  82. M E Posted on June 23, 2019 at 6:32 am

    Can I get rid of it without the bone broth cleanse? I'm underweight and prone to dizziness so I think it would be dangerous for me to only drink that for two days…

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  83. Zee B Posted on June 28, 2019 at 3:04 am

    I nominate both you for best doctors of the year.

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  84. Ben Colón Posted on July 2, 2019 at 9:57 am

    Bentonite Clay ?!

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  85. Art Lego Posted on July 4, 2019 at 9:33 am

    Jordan saved dr. Axe from the alkaline/acid myths. I'm reading that the ph environment is just as important as low sugar diet.

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  86. moonbabe Posted on July 4, 2019 at 6:28 pm

    So much great information! Thanks!

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  87. Eddy Green Posted on July 4, 2019 at 11:37 pm

    Vegan/ vegetarian option to bone broth?

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  88. Andrea Paola Posted on July 5, 2019 at 10:56 pm

    Ay candÍda, go away!

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  89. flowerfunful Posted on July 5, 2019 at 11:17 pm

    Can you do the bone broth cleanse while working full time? Im afraid of suffering from light headedness

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  90. BOON Posted on July 6, 2019 at 12:28 am

    kim chi as its been disgusted as it all comes from chinese herbal medicine, it originated in China. Never be tricked it has anything to do with korea or korean cultures. Everything in korea came from China.

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  91. Sawsn D Posted on July 6, 2019 at 12:17 pm

    حد يترجم الله يخليكوا

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  92. j t Posted on July 7, 2019 at 9:24 pm

    👍🏻👌🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 excellent info, thankyou, regards from 🇭🇲

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  93. Edda Almas Posted on July 9, 2019 at 10:07 pm

    thank you for these precious tips! Taking various rounds of antibiotics (at least 8..) in 4 years can develop a Candida overgrowth ?

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  94. Georg Posted on July 11, 2019 at 1:37 am

    i think i have candida but my doctor is a cocksucker that doesnt think so and idk how to get tested for it. What to do?!?

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  95. Marilyn Marcelli Posted on July 12, 2019 at 5:26 pm

    Colloidal silver definitely works, follow dose

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  96. Ariix University Posted on July 12, 2019 at 9:37 pm

    I Love These Guys … ❤❤❤

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  97. Leah B Posted on July 15, 2019 at 6:27 am

    Sooo helpful, thank you💕

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  98. Nancy T Posted on July 15, 2019 at 8:30 pm

    Everything makes me herx!

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  99. Margaret Eshun Posted on July 26, 2019 at 12:12 pm

    Great now my candida is solved

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