What Are The Best Anti-fungal Multivitamins?


Greeting. Eric Bakker, New Zealand naturopath. Author of Candida Crusher, formulator of the
CanXida range of products. Hello, everybody. I’m talking from sunny Las Vegas. I really like it out here. It’s amazing. It reminds of being in Brisbane. Particularly, traveling around Brisbane or
going further north in Australia in the Outback. It’s real hot and dry. It’s unbelievable. It’s so brown out. It’s amazing. We’re going to talk to day about how do you
recognize or select the best antifungal/antimicrobial multivitamin. What do you look for? Is there even such a thing as a multivitamin
that contains antimicrobial properties? In fact, most of them don’t. But you know the crazy thing? When I was in LA, I was checking out health
food shops. I was stunned to find multivitamins that contained
sugar. What the hell’s going on with this country? Sugar in a multivitamin. And then when I asked the shopkeeper and he
said, “Oh, sir. It’s because it tastes better.” Oh, my goodness. What a dumb thing to do. It’s just so crazy, isn’t it? Why would you put sugar in a multivitamin? That’s like putting salt in beer. Would you drink beer with salt in it? Get out of here. It is a real dumb thing to do. If you see sugar or high fructose corn syrup
or fructose or you’ve got those chewable gummy bear kind of multivitamins, just throw them
away. You’ll probably kill something in the trash
that’s alive in there if you throw it in there. Most multivitamins I’ve seen � even the
very best ones � have not got antimicrobial properties. Why is this important, Eric? Why would you want to make a multi with properties
that are conducive toward discouraging the growth of yeasts and bacteria? It’s a simple question. Multivitamins are recommended every day now. The surgeon general in America � now he’s
supposed to be like the top doctor � has recommended that Americans, people around
the world, take a multi every day because total dietary intake is inadequate of essential
nutrients, so it’s a given. We know now that a multi is like a small cost
life insurance policy for you to keep you in better health when you turn into an old
guy like me. A multi a day is something I’ve done now for
nearly 35/40 years. I’ve taken multi a long time. I wanted to create a multi myself that I really
couldn’t find on the market. That’s something with a nice low level of
raw materials in there that’s got a very nice persistent action in keeping the gut clean
and free from microbes that you don’t want in your body. It discourages them. Let’s just come and have a look what I did. I’ve got really a good multivitamin I created
in terms of minerals and vitamins. I selected high grade ones, but then I partnered
those up with some raw materials such as gum mastic. Gum mastic is a resin from this particular
tree that grows in the middle east. The middle eastern people have used gum mastic
for many, many years to stop bacterial stomach infection. Gum mastic. This particular tree looks like a pistachio
tree, but it oozes this resin. When dried and powdered, it helps to kill
helicobacter pylori. You’ve got this bacterium. About one in five Americans have actually
got the bacterial infection in their stomach and many don’t even know it. What are the symptoms? Burping, bloating, and heartburn. A slow grade sensation of queasiness. Feeling a little bit off at times. Appetite can be waning. Bowel problems as a result. In many cases, the doctor will put you on
an acid blocker. “Let’s just put you on a drug that will stop
the symptoms. You won’t have to come back here no more. We’ll just put you on this drug and you’re
going to feel fantastic.” Yeah, right. For how long? Not a good idea, guys. If you’ve got a stomach problem, don’t just
turn the off switch “on”, try to find out why the light bulb is broken. Good idea. Gum mastic is something I’ve never seen in
a multi before. I put it in my multi, CanXida Rebuild. I did it because I know that one in five people
in developed countries have got helicobacter. Think about it. There’s a big chance that one out of five
people looking at this right now have this infection and not even know it because it’s
low grade. Second thing I put in is goldenseal root. Hydrastis Canadensis. It’s a beautiful plant that grows up in Canada,
up in the colder regions up at the top of North America. American Indians used Hydrastis for many years. It’s called goldenseal. It was used to dye precious fabrics a beautiful
yellow color the chiefs would often wear or people in the higher Indian societies would
wear this beautiful yellow color and it came from goldenseal. Goldenseal has proven to be one of our most
potent antimicrobials. It’s especially good for bad bacteria. That’s a beauty. It contains berberine. Berberine is an alkaloid that’s scientifically
shown to inhibit many different types of bad bacteria and have immune boosting properties,
but it doesn’t nail the good guys. It doesn’t kill the good bacteria like antibiotics
do. It’s really good for tidying up small little
issues in the stomach and in the small intestine and in the large intestine, it works very,
very well for inhibiting microbes. I always recommend a tiny little bit of berberine
every day for people long term. That will discourage you from slowly getting
this problem building up. The third one thing I put in is slippery elm. Slippery elm bark powder. Again, it’s a beautiful tree. It’s an elm tree and the inner bark is this
lovely pink color. What the slippery elm does is it contains
this powdery sort of funny kind of substance and it feeds up the beneficial bacteria. It’s one of the best prebiotics you can get. Some of the American Indian tribes will feed
infants on slippery elm for the first year of their life. There’s so much merit to that because it really
helps to feed up all those beneficial bacteria and it builds a solid gut. By the time the child’s two or three, it’s
got a very powerful digestive and immune system as well. Us white people could learn a lot from American
Indians. I’ve got a lot of respect for native populations
like that. The Maori in New Zealand. The Aborigines in Australia, and the wonderful
native tribes here in the US. I’d love to go and learn a little bit more
about Native American medicine. I think there’s so much wisdom and knowledge
that we’ve just thrown down the trash can. We should revive a lot of this stuff. It’s really good. Slippery elm is a great gut builder. It also is mucilaginous and soothing for things
like ulcers and that. It’s great for that. Ginger root. Ginger root is really good for improving digestion. It reduces inflammation. Stops microbes. Contains many different beneficial properties
that improve the bowel function. It’s a wonderful thing to include in a multivitamin
is a small amount of ginger powder. Cinnamon bark. Same thing. Cinnamon also inhibits. It’s an inhibitor of very particular types
of bacteria in the gut. It discourages parasites who don’t like it
at all and it also improves digestive output in general. Thyme. Thymus fulgurous and rosemary officinalis. Two of my favorite herbs I grow in the garden. Thyme is one of the most powerful of all the
antimicrobial herbs you can get. Thymol or one of the actives in it is outstanding
for many kinds of infections. Whooping cough. Bang! Nailed with Thymol. In Germany a long time ago, thyme as an herb,
strong thyme medicine was used to stop a lot of infections of the respiratory tract and
of the digestive tract. Again, a lot of this stuff has been thrown
down the trash because now we use drugs. Try to do what I do is grow some thyme in
the garden or buy it. Just includes small amounts of thyme in your
cooking and salads, and you’re going to really clean up the gut. It’s a very nice marinade for chicken. It combines with garlic and olive oil. It combines with basil and rosemary. Wonderful herb. Antimicrobial and a very good digestive aid
as well. We’ve also got a little bit of chamomile in
there. Chamomile is great for farts. It helps to dispel flatulence in the gut. It stops bloating and farting quite a lot
and it calms and settles the digestion down. Anise seed is a specific also. It improves the bowel output. You’ll get better motions, bigger motions
and less bloating and flatulence with anise seed. It’s a great one for calming peevish children
down. It’s also a colic medication. You’ll see it in colic stuff a lot. Of course, I’ve put a bit of butane hydrochloride
in there for improving the stomach. I believe that digestive enzymes are a must
in many formulations like multis. It just improves how the digestion will work
with that multi. Uptake increases. Energy improves and we’ve got a happy camper. You’re going to feel a lot better with a bit
of enzyme in there. Think about the benefits of having an antimicrobial
back end to a multivitamin. I’ve not seen it done before and I think I’m
one of the first people to do it. I think it’s a wonderful combination to really
make a multivitamin one of the best on the market. Check it out. It’s called CanXida Rebuild. Thanks for tuning in, guys. I appreciate it.

8 Replies to “What Are The Best Anti-fungal Multivitamins?”

  1. Hi Eric, thank you for your youtube channel, wanted to ask you if it would be useful to use the combination of Canxida remove with mastic gum apart, as I saw when I used it month ago when I thought I had Helicobacter (but than the blood test was negative – but for candida very positive) and during the month I have been taking Mastic Gum, my tongue turned very white (before using it it was absolutely rose color – no white there – so it seems it has a strong strong effect to candida also – so now I know I have candida, leaky gut and strong acid rexlux (1.time in my life – maybe it got worse because I removed 10 amalgams past year) – could it make sense to take Canxida remove together with mastic gum supplement and with Canxida restore too? Thank you.

  2. Hi Eric, I have your remove and restore I want to purchase The vitamin in this line but fear to do so because whenever I take vitamins my urine burns. I’m not sure why but my question is, is there anything in the Caxida rebuild that would cause the same symptom. Thx so much.

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