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Cleansing and Antibiotics
October 27, 2014
3:27 pm
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March 23, 2010

Dear Burrito,

We apologize for the delay in response.

With any type of prescription medication (antibiotics) you really need to contact your prescribing physician. I'm sorry we can't provide more specifics.

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October 12, 2014
2:34 am
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October 12, 2014

It is not for maintenance. You should consult a doctor. However, antibiotic resistance in humans is an increasing issue. The Food and Drug Administration is trying to tackle this problem by restricting the use of a few antibiotics in agricultural applications.

June 3, 2014
5:58 pm
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I am on long term antibiotics (amoxicillin) for bronchiectasis and I take two per day.

I am eleven days into the Candigone cleanse but I haven't noticed any difference other than slightly more energy. I still feel tired and I still have brain fog, vaginal and oral thrush. I'm trying to work out what I might be doing wrong. I am wondering if it's because I am continuing to take the antibiotics (I can't stop or I will get a serious chest infection), or if I have been getting the timings wrong.

I've started taking both doses of antibiotics with breakfast, then a really high dose of probiotics two hours later, and then I'll have Candigone along with food state multi vitamins with lunch. I take the second dose of Candigone with dinner. I realise now that I should have been taking Candigone on an empty stomach and separately from the vitamins, so I am going to correct this and do a second course of Candigone.

Other than this protocol, I can't think why it wouldn't be working. My diet is sugar free and consists of oats with unsweetened almond milk for breakfast, a salad of lettuce, cucumber, avocado, spring onion, lemon or lime juice with organic chicken breast and quinoa and extra virgin olive oil, and I often have the same for dinner or without the chicken and quinoa. For snacks, I have nuts (not peanuts of pistachios), almond or cashew nut butter, pumpkin seeds and kombucha.

Are you able to suggest where I might be going wrong, if at all?
Many thanks in advance!
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