About six months ago, I started having some dizzy spells and brain fog. I did some research online and discovered Candida overgrowth. So I changed up my diet and for the past six months have been eating a fairly consistent anti-Candida diet.
However, I still have lingering brain fog and would ultimately like to get my body/gut back into balance. So I would now like to try probiotic pills and anti-fungals. My question is what are the best practices for doing these next steps?
I plan to start off with a cleanse, and then probiotics for a week, and then anti-fungals added in. My ultimate question is how should I take the anti-fungals and which ones should I take? I’ve read that I should take 2-3 at the same time to prevent Candida from adapting. Is this still considered the best practice and, if so, which ones should I take out of the many out there?
Lisa Richards is an expert in digestive health and the author of the Ultimate Candida Diet program. She writes regular posts on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of Candida, and has helped thousands of Candida sufferers recover their health.
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