The Candida Solution - Stage 4 -  The Gut Repair Package

The Candida Solution - Stage 4 - The Gut Repair Package

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Step 4: Gut Repair - Repair and Strengthen the Gut

A long term Candida overgrowth can do tremendous harm to your intestinal lining. A damaged intestinal wall can lead to allergies, digestive problems, and much more.

To repair your gut, start by following the low-sugar, anti-inflammatory Candida diet. There are also some gut-supportive supplements that will help your intestinal walls to recover more quickly.

Switching to a low-inflammatory diet will help. But for longer-term cases of Candida overgrowth, some extra support might be needed.

The supplements listed below give your gut the raw materials and environment it needs to repair itself. You can take them at any time during your candida solution plan.

  1. Now Foods L-Glutamine Double Strength 1000 mg - 120 Veg Capsules
Glutamine is a key amino acid that enables the lining of the small intestine to repair, regenerate, and heal. It has lots of other benefits too – it supports brain health, preserves muscle tissue, and helps to burn fat.
Glutamine also acts as the primary fuel for the rapidly growing cells of the immune system and GI tract.  This double strength product has twice the L-Glutamine (1,000 mg per capsule).


  1. Now Foods Slippery Elm 400 mg - 100 Veg Capsules
Slippery elm contains a gel-like substance named mucilage that coats and lubricates the whole digestive tract, providing extra protection and moisture. If you’re suffering from Leaky Gut Syndrome, this is a good choice to get your intestinal health back on track.
Slippery elm was reportedly used by native North Americans and early settlers as a survival food. Its bark is known for its mucilage constituents, which can help to coat and soothe the tissues of the GI tract.


*Equivalent brands may be substituted depending on availability of Now Foods Brand.

Note: This does not constitute medical advice, always consult your GP if you are concerned about your health.