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August 28, 2013
12:25 pm
Forum Posts: 353
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March 23, 2010

Rather than taking a chance with a known food sensitivity, we'd suggest you tackle the Candida issue with CandiGone instead, which doesn't contain any egg-derivatives. 

CandiZyme is a great support, but it's not necessary for a Candida cleanse.

August 28, 2013
11:19 am
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August 28, 2013

What exactly is the ingredient derived from egg? Because of battling candida I'm intolerant to eggs at the moment. Would this have any effect on the cleansing? Or would it still work even though i might get irritated by the egg ingredient? 

June 14, 2011
9:02 am
Forum Posts: 353
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March 23, 2010

CandiZYME works in two different ways. When taken on an empty stomach (2 hours after eating) it will work in the digestive system to target yeast (Candida). When taken with food, it will help in the digestion of food and especially sugar – CandiZYME contains a few sugar-digesting enzymes.

Normally, since people take it for yeast it's best to take it on an empty stomach but some people do take it with food too.

To answer your question about whether it's imperative to take it at night, the answer is no. What's important really is that you take it on an empty stomach, so whenever you might have an empty stomach would work just fine.

I hope that helps clear up any confusion. Thanks for using our products!

June 9, 2011
8:12 pm
Forum Posts: 3
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March 4, 2011

I see that the Candizyme instructions say to take it two hours after a meal at bedtime.  How crucial is it to take it two hours after food?  I usually have a snack before bedtime to help me sleep and am finding it difficult to have it earlier to allow the 2 hours difference.  Or can the Candizyme be taken at another time of day, or does it work best overnight?  I have just read somewhere else in the forum that it can also be taken with meals, so I am a bit confused as to the best time to take it for optimum results.  Thank you.

April 23, 2010
9:43 am
Forum Posts: 353
Member Since:
March 23, 2010

We recommend taking both.

April 22, 2010
4:42 pm

Should I stop my regular enzyme regimen that is taken with meals while I am taking Candizyme for Candida?  or should I take both?  Thanks.

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