Lifestyle and environmental factors can have a big impact on the body's ability to preserve ideal levels of intestinal flora. Sustaining healthy gut flora is crucial to overall health, because it renews the body's energy and keeps the immune and digestive systems functioning optimally.
When the proper bacterial balance in the small intestine is achieved, our natural ability to maintain healthy levels of candida is optimized. This supports vaginal and urinary health, and also reduces occasional gas, bloating, indigestion and fatigue.
Candida Control uses natural ingredients in a scientifically blended formula to maintain a healthy balance of intestinal flora. Cellulase breaks down the yeast cell wall, while protease digests the interior proteins. This combination provides a gentle, cleansing effect without harsh discomfort common to cleansing.
The probiotic blend included in Candida Control delivers 1 billion CFUs per dose and is shelf-stable, retaining potency at room temperature. This proprietary blend provides immune support and promotes a good balance of bacteria in the gut.
The SGS broccoli seed extract included is a natural source of glucoraphanin, a phytonutrient found in cruciferous vegetables. Glucoraphanin is the precursor to sulforaphane, a potent natural inducer of Phase 2 detoxification enzymes. These enzymes eliminate many types of free radicals and environmental pollutants and trigger ongoing antioxidant action that lasts for as much as three days.
Candida Control is formulated in a delayed-release capsule to ensure safe passage through the acidity of the stomach. It is a short and convenient 1-2 week cleanse which is completely safe, and well-tolerated by most individuals.
Candida Control may help to naturally support the body's normal response to maintaining healthy gut flora after taking antibiotics.
Enzyme Science's Enzyme Defense Pro may be added to lessen the discomfort common to cleansing.
Contraindications: Candida Control should not be taken with any timed release medications that use cellulose as its time-release mechanism.