Community Blog & Forums

Candigone and Probiotics - When to take?

Please consider registering
guest

Log In Register

Register | Lost password?
Advanced Search

— Forum Scope —

  

— Match —

   

— Forum Options —

   

Wildcard usage:
*  matches any number of characters    %  matches exactly one character

Minimum search word length is 4 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters

Topic RSS
Candigone and Probiotics - When to take?
February 24, 2014
5:48 pm
renewlifesupport
Admin
Forum Posts: 342
Member Since:
March 23, 2010
Offline

Hi Amelimou,

You've asked a lot of good questions. I'm going to paste your post here and my answers will appear after >>>

I've been following a yeast cleansing diet for a few weeks, and I'm currently on my fourth day of the 15 day Candigone treatment.  I have heard a lot of conflicting information regarding the use of probiotics during this treatment.  I have been told by some that the antibacterial agents in Candigone will kill off the good bacteria along with the bad, and that it is a waste of money to be taking good probiotics during the cleanse.  Some have suggested waiting until the last few days of the cleanse to introduce probiotics.  Others have said that probiotics are essential to the cleanse, as they help fight off Candida, and take up space that the Candida can then no longer occupy.  I tend to agree with the latter opinion, though I would love to hear a more scientific explanation for this.

I've also heard that timing is critical when taking probiotics with such a yeast cleansing treatment.  I'm having trouble figuring out when to take Candigone, probiotics, and supplements, to prevent hindering the benefits of any of these.  

>>> Yes, CandiGone contains both anti-bacterial and antifungal herbals. However we recommend taking probiotics during the cleanse for the reasons you suspected. It's very important to wait at least 2-3 hours after you've taken CandiGone to take your probiotics for the best results.  

When is the optimal time to take the 2 daily doses of Candigone?

>>> In the morning when you first get up and in the evening before bed.

Is it essential to take these on an empty stomach?

>>> Best but not absolutely essential.

How long after taking Candigone should I wait before eating?

>>> 30 minutes

I've been taking the morning dose first thing in the morning, and waiting half an hour before eating breakfast.  Is half an hour a sufficient amount of time to wait?  For the evening dose, I've been taking it an hour or two after my last meal, right before bed.

>>> You got it perfectly! Great intuition. 

As for probiotics, it is my understanding that, optimally, probiotics should be taken between meals, on an empty stomach, either alone or with a snack. Before beginning the Candigone treatment, I was taking my probiotics in the morning before breakfast.  Having heard that one should wait 2 hours after Candigone to take probiotics, I'm wondering if I should start taking these at a different time, such as between lunch and dinner.  

>>> Perfect time. Yes.  

Finally, I wonder when the best time would be for me to take other nutritional supplements (B, D, calcium, iron – essential because I follow a mostly vegan diet).  How long after the dose of Candigone should I wait before taking my supplements?  I usually take these with breakfast, but this would only be half an hour after taking Candigone.

>>> Fine with breakfast.

Could I take these at the same time as probiotics?  

>>> Better with breakfast. 

I hope this helps. Let us know how you do on your cleanse.

Renew Life Support

February 22, 2014
6:32 pm
Amelimou
New Member
Forum Posts: 1
Member Since:
February 22, 2014
Offline

Hello,

I've been following a yeast cleansing diet for a few weeks, and I'm currently on my fourth day of the 15 day Candigone treatment.  I have heard a lot of conflicting information regarding the use of probiotics during this treatment.  I have been told by some that the antibacterial agents in Candigone will kill off the good bacteria along with the bad, and that it is a waste of money to be taking good probiotics during the cleanse.  Some have suggested waiting until the last few days of the cleanse to introduce probiotics.  Others have said that probiotics are essential to the cleanse, as they help fight off Candida, and take up space that the Candida can then no longer occupy.  I tend to agree with the latter opinion, though I would love to hear a more scientific explanation for this.  

I've also heard that timing is critical when taking probiotics with such a yeast cleansing treatment.  I'm having trouble figuring out when to take Candigone, probiotics, and supplements, to prevent hindering the benefits of any of these.  

When is the optimal time to take the 2 daily doses of Candigone?  Is it essential to take these on an empty stomach?  How long after taking Candigone should I wait before eating?  I've been taking the morning dose first thing in the morning, and waiting half an hour before eating breakfast.  Is half an hour a sufficient amount of time to wait?  For the evening dose, I've been taking it an hour or two after my last meal, right before bed.  

As for probiotics, it is my understanding that, optimally, probiotics should be taken between meals, on an empty stomach, either alone or with a snack. Before beginning the Candigone treatment, I was taking my probiotics in the morning before breakfast.  Having heard that one should wait 2 hours after Candigone to take probiotics, I'm wondering if I should start taking these at a different time, such as between lunch and dinner.    

Finally, I wonder when the best time would be for me to take other nutritional supplements (B, D, calcium, iron – essential because I follow a mostly vegan diet).  How long after the dose of Candigone should I wait before taking my supplements?  I usually take these with breakfast, but this would only be half an hour after taking Candigone.  Could I take these at the same time as probiotics?  

Thank you for your help!  Looking forward to hearing your suggestions!

  

Forum Timezone: UTC -4

Most Users Ever Online: 63

Currently Online:
7 Guest(s)

Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)

Top Posters:

barrasujiiikk: 371

onlinedrugwwassaaaz: 27

davidJones: 25

Ferdinand: 16

stock209: 8

reliables: 5

Member Stats:

Guest Posters: 126

Members: 3918

Moderators: 0

Admins: 4

Forum Stats:

Groups: 1

Forums: 12

Topics: 579

Posts: 1058

Newest Members: lucy, Eileendeg, pheco5838, Fndngmway55, Aphex, jamesmiller

Administrators: psapio (10), tfritz (6), renewlifesupport (342), mjohnle (0)

‡These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. The material on this page is for consumer informational and educational purposes only, under section 5 of DSHEA.

Disclaimer: Nothing in this website is intended as, or should be construed as, medical advice. Consumers should consult with their own health care practitioners for individual, medical recommendations. The information in this website concerns dietary supplements, over-the-counter products that are not drugs. Our dietary supplement products are not intended for use as a means to cure, treat, prevent, diagnose, or mitigate any disease or other medical or abnormal condition.

Copyright © , ReNew Life Formulas, Inc., leading provider of quality probiotic supplements.

To top