How to Get Rid of A Chronic or Recurring UTI in 3 Easy Steps Using Just Diet & Supplements – Based on 20 Years of Experience

By Deborah Barns (CanXida Health)

There’s a lot of information online on different websites about why some women get recurring urinary tract infections how to get rid of them.

Most of this information is put together by people who’ve never seen a chronic UTI patient (unlike our team who actually have).

Many of these websites are at a loss on how to treat a chronic or recurring UTI.

They all seem to give the same advice, which is take more & more antibiotics, take an antibiotic every time you have sexual intercourse, drink cranberry juice & maybe try probiotics or D-Mannose supplements & hope for the best.

We've talked to hundreds of recurring UTI patients over the years & we know folks are SICK of this bad advice.

They're sick of taking antibiotics. They're sick of the side effects and they're sick of the UTI coming back as soon as they stop taking the antibiotic. They're sick of being told to just drink cranberry juice. 

Remember, a lot of the information out there is written by bloggers who've never treated a single chronic UTI patient in their whole life. Yet they’re telling you what treatments will or won’t work for you.

The truth is, you can get rid of chronic or recurring UTI naturally at home without taking antibiotics. Even if your UTI has been recurring for 1 year or longer. And it doesn't require you to take any other drugs or go on a crazy restrictive diet either.

Keep reading and we'll prove this to you.

As well as dispel every myth other there concerning why some women are "predisposed" to recurring UTI's & how to finally get rid of them so you can return to your normal life.

We'll also explain our 3-step chronic UTI treatment we developed based on over 20 years of research & hundreds of case studies – which we can assure you is more detailed than "drink cranberry juice & don't eat this list of foods." (To learn more about us & what we do, see the bottom of this page).

This page is long so feel free to click the table of contents below to instantly be taken to the topics you're most interested in.

Part 1: The REAL Reason Your UTI Keeps Coming Back & Why You'll Likely NEVER Get Rid of With Antibiotics 

Why Do Some Women Get Chronic or Recurring UTI's While Others Don't?

A recurring UTI is defined as having at least 2 infections in the past 6 months or 3 infections in 12 months.

There are different kinds of UTIs or urinary tract infections. There's urethritis which is an inflammation of the urethra (the little tube that connects to the bladder). There's also cystitis which is an infection of the bladder.

Then there's pyelonephritis, which is kidney inflammation. Cystitis or urethritis can actually lead to kidney inflammation if the infection isn't treated. This can result in chills, fever & severe pain around the lower back.

Urethritis is the most common type of UTI & can affect both men and women. It affects different age groups for different reasons. Women for example become more prone to urethritis as they get older. This is due to hormonal changes. Estrogen for example has a big effect on maintaining the integrity of the urinary tract.

This is why older women are more prone to UTI's than younger women.

The symptoms of a UTI can vary from person to person but they often include:

  • Burning sensation (or pain) during urination
  • Frequent urination or frequent urges to urinate (sometimes accompanied by inability to urinate)
  • Getting up frequently at night to urinate
  • Cloudy and foul-smelling urine, especially in the morning
  • Pain around the bladder (directly above the pubic bone)
  • Occasional blood or discoloration in the urine

Other symptoms can include weakness, irritability, reduced appetite, vomiting and sometimes even fever.

A UTI develops with certain microbes (called uropathogens) enter the urinary tract & start replicating.

Bad bacteria (such Escherichia coli or E. coli) are the most common cause of UTI's, although fungi (such as Candida albicans) can also infect the urinary tract. It can also be viral, though such infections are less common.

Other bad bacteria that can infect the urinary tract include:

  • Klebsiella pneumoniae
  • Pseudomonas aeruginosa
  • Enterococcus faecalis

When a patient came to us with a recurring UTI, we would sit them down & have a long conversation with them. We'd ask about their medical history, diet, lifestyle habits, living environment, work situation, & more,

And what we looked for are "obstacles to recovery." That is, some barrier or block that was stopping that person's immune system from kicking in and getting rid of this infection.

We've had several patients with urinary tract infections, intestinal cystitis, & dyspareunia (painful intercourse).

And when we stripped the case down we found there was a problem. There was a problem at work. There was a problem in their relationship or marriage. They hated their boss. They had intimacy issues. 

Often there was anxiety involved and high stress

A classic case we see is a person who used to be an overachiever. They worked too hard, stayed up late too often, and ended up pushing their body too hard. Sometimes alcohol was involved. Sometimes it's prescribed medication or recreational drugs. There can be all sorts of scenarios.

Anyway, the point I'm trying to make is recurrent UTI's aren't just about pills and bacteria.

It's also about emotions and your stress axis.

All these intertwine with immune function. Excess stress leads to lower hormone (especially cortisol) production. Which reduces circulating white blood cell counts & makes it easier for you to get infections.

We've seen a few cases where recurring UTI's disappear when a woman moves to another country or gets a new job or gets rid of their partner. 

So pay attention to this because stress is a BIG contributing factor.

Some other contributing factors include:

  • Use of spermicide-based contraceptives such as coated condoms (we'll explain why later)
  • Infrequent emptying of if the bladder or bladder issues
  • Increased sexual activity (studies show more frequent intercourse results in more UTI's for some women)
  • Exposure to heavy metals such as cadmium (get a hair analysis done if you suspect this may be the case)

The BIGGEST contributing factor to recurring UTI's is ANTIBIOTICS.

Now you might be thinking,

"Hey wait a second, how can antibiotics cause a UTI? You said UTI's are mainly caused by bad bacteria & everyone knows antibiotics are what kill bacteria!"

So why do we say antibiotics are the primary cause of recurring UTI's?

Because nearly EVERY woman with recurring UTI's has had a history of antibiotic use BEFORE she got sick. 

Listen: This is a very important concept you NEED to understand if you want to stop a recurring UTI.

The uropathogens that cause urinary tract infections (E. coli, candida, etc.) all come from the same place – your GUT (digestive system). The way they get into the urinary tract (where they don't belong) is by migrating from the rectum & into the vaginal area where they then proceed to cause an infection. 

Source: Sihra N, Goodman A, Zakri R, Sahai A, Malde S. Nonantibiotic prevention and management of recurrent urinary tract infection. Nat Rev Urol. 2018;15(12):750–76.

It doesn't matter how often you shower or what cleaning products you use. Bacteria & yeast from your digestive system ARE going to make their way to the vaginal area.

This is normal. 

It's normal for the vaginal & gut microbiomes to be in sync with each other.

What isn't normal is having HIGH levels of E. coli, candida or other uropathogens in your gut (& thus in the vagina). "High" means high enough to cause an infection of the urinary tract.

This is why doctors prescribe antibiotics for UTI's.

Their goal is to kill off the bacteria in the gut so this syncs over to the vaginal region & thus the urinary tract.

But the problem with antibiotics (as you've probably read elsewhere) is they don't only kill the E. coli. They indiscriminately wipe out everything – meaning ALL the bacteria in your gut, including the beneficial ones.

What most people (including many general practitioners) don't understand is beneficial bacteria are what PREVENT uropathogens from replicating and taking over the vaginal region the first place.

Good bacteria, primarily Lactobacillus and bifida, are your gut's IMMUNE SYSTEM. They're like a defense force or police unit. They inhibit the growth of yeast, bad bacteria & parasites & keep them from gaining a foothold.

Think about what would happen to a town or city if one day all the police disappeared & new ones didn't come in to replace them.

The criminals would move in and take over.

And that's exactly what happens when you remove beneficial bacteria from the gut. The yeast & bad bacteria (which most people have in their gut in small amounts) will start to replicate uncontrollably.

Why? Because you took out their #1 competition with an antibiotic.

This situation can also be made worse by drinking alcohol. Studies show even one glass of wine or beer quickly results in a decrease of beneficial bacteria. Same goes for spermicide condoms. The active ingredient in spermicide is nonoxynol-9, a chemical that kills Lactobacillus & other beneficial bacteria but not E. coli

In healthy people the beneficial bacteria will usually bounce back but... 

If you combine alcohol with a history of antibiotic use (particularly multiple rounds) ... and you regularly consume processed carbohydrates, french fries, ice cream, potato chips, soda, pizza, pastries & other foods that are known to feed uropathogens like E. coli & candida... 

Then you've got a real recipe for DISASTER.

Especially if you combine it with high stress, poor sleeping habits, etc.

That's when the UTI's get REALLY BAD. Because this creates the perfect situation for E. coli & candida to make their way to the vagina, latch onto the cells that line the urethra & start causing problems. 

That's when you feel like you have to run to the bathroom every 5 minutes & nothing comes out. Or it's so bad you're afraid to leave your home or go on any long trips because you're worried you'll end up spending most of the time sitting on the toilet

We've heard all sorts of horror stories from patients with recurring UTI's. 

Stories about how they went to the doctor, got put on 7 days of antibiotics, and a week later their symptoms returned even stronger. And then they went back, got put on the same antibiotic, this time for 14 days ... only to feel better for 2 weeks & then wake up in the middle of the night with the same symptoms as before.

Chances are if you're reading this you've already tried the antibiotic route. 

Maybe you felt better for a month. And then you got another UTI, went back to your doctor & this time they didn't take you seriously & said you have an STD (even when you told them this was impossible & you already got tested for STD's).

So then you went to another doctor who put you on a different, stronger antibiotic. And when that didn't work they put you on 2 antibiotics at once.

Or told you the only option left is to take postcoital prophylactic antibiotics (meaning take an antibiotic each time you have intercourse as a "preventative measure"). In other words you'd be on antibiotics indefinably

And the next thing you know you're back in the doctor's office.

This time for bloating, diarrhea, cramps, stomach pain, nausea or vomiting.

"Oh no, it's not because of the antibiotics," the doctor says. "No they don't cause those problems. It's probably because of that chicken you ate!" or something like that. They always pass it off to something else.

We haven't seen this pattern once.

We haven't seen this twice.

We've seen it HUNDREDS of times!

Don't make the mistake of taking round after round after round of antibiotics for a UTI. IT DOESN'T WORK. 

It's just a never ending cycle.

If you want to break this cycle you need to go on a treatment plan that takes out the uropathogens WITHOUT harming the Lactobacillus & other friendly bacteria.

Remember, E. coli & candida will always migrate from the digestive system to the vagina if given the opportunity. The only way you prevent this from happening is by having high levels of Lactobacillus.

And that's what the 3-step treatment plan we'll be teaching you on this page is going to do.

Don't worry about stuff like cranberry juice & D-Mannose for now. We'll get to those later.

What Treatment Works Better For Chronic & Recurring UTI – Natural Supplements or Pharmaceutical Drugs?

The answer is – natural medicine treatment.

Don't worry about what specific supplements you should take. We'll get to those later.

Many people ask, "why should I take a natural product for my UTI vs a pharmaceutical drug? Are natural products really going to be effective?"

There's several reasons why we ONLY recommend natural treatment for chronic and recurring UTI's.

The key reason is because natural methods don't harm your beneficial bacteria. They let you take out the cause without harming the "good guys" or causing damage to your internal environment. It's the difference between using a sniper rifle and a nuclear bomb. A nuclear bomb is something like an antibiotic.

Another benefit of natural medicine is uropathogens can't become resistant to natural ingredients.

That only happens with drugs. This has been confirmed many times with studies done on things like grapefruit seed extract, black walnut hull extract, neem, clove oil, and other natural antibacterials.

Resistance just doesn’t happen.

It happens with pharmaceutical drugs because they are synthetic. They’re only made up of one thing. They’ve got one ultra refined chemical compound with a very narrow band of action.

Remember, E. coli & candida are very adaptive. If you only hit them with one action they will soon work out how to fool this action. And you know what happens next. The drug no longer works and the problem comes back. And then you go back to the doctor who puts you on a new drug and the cycle repeats.

Eventually the drugs do nothing at all & you end up with ZERO beneficial bacteria both in the digestive tract and vaginal area. Many (including doctors) underestimate how important bacteria like Lactobacillus are.

They don't understand that Lactobacillus is the #1 natural enemy of bad bacteria, yeast and parasites.

They're the #1 competitor of uropathogens both in the gut & vagina. Countless studies show yeast, bad bacteria & parasites can't grow in areas with high levels of Lactobacillus. 

There's lot's of reasons for this.

Lactobacillus releases lactic acid which interferes with the metabolic process of wide variety of uropathogens (including candida & E. coli). It causes them to have a stress response where it goes into a starvation-like state and can't multiply.

Lactic acid is the key reason the vagina has a low pH. This helps prevent a variety of conditions such as bacterial vaginosis, yeast & viral infections, sexually transmitted diseases and urinary tract infections.

Other antimicrobial agents created by Lactobacillus species include hydrogen peroxide (which is antibacterial) & special molecules called bacteriocins & biosurfactants.

Bacteriocins are tiny protein-like molecules that slow the growth of fungi, bad bacteria and parasites.

While biosurfactants are molecules that interfere with uropathogen's ability to latch onto the epithedial cells the line the gut wall, the vaginal wall and the urethra. 

Studies show when high levels of Lactobacillus are released into an environment colonized by E. coli & candida, the good bacteria will literally unhook "bad guys" from the epithedial cells and kick them out.

Research shows Lactobacillus is even effective against multidrug-resistant uropathogens (meaning they've become antibiotic-resistant & NO drugs work on them anymore) including Candida albicans, Klebsiella pneumoniae, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, E. coli and Enterococcus faecalis.

Source: Sihra N, Goodman A, Zakri R, Sahai A, Malde S. Nonantibiotic prevention and management of recurrent urinary tract infection. Nat Rev Urol. 2018;15(12):750–76.

You don't need to understand all of these scientific terms.

Just understand that the "bad guys" that cause urinary tract infections HATE beneficial bacteriaThey compete with yeast & bad bacteria for food, nutrients, colonization space, "poison" them by releasing molecules that prevent its growth, & will even "evict" them from their "home" & send them packing.

epithedial cells

Beneficial bacteria is also necessary for you to digest food.

You can't really break food down without them.

That's why patients who've been on multiple rounds of antibiotics often end up with digestion issues like bloating, diarrhea & IBS like symptoms.

You can't have high levels of Lactobacillus & a recurring UTI at the same time. It doesn't happen.

One 1995 study in fact showed only 14% of women who recently took antibiotics for a UTI had Lactobacillus in their vagina. The other 86% had ZERO – no beneficial bacteria at all. 

Remember, if your vaginal flora is out of balance or has a bad bacteria or yeast problem, so does your gut. That's why you need to target your microbiome as a whole and not just focus on the vaginal symptoms.

And the way you get rid of it is by taking an oral supplement.

That's been our personal experience working with patients and that's what the science says. This is particularly true for probiotics. Studies show that when you take a probiotic orally you get far better results vs if you insert probiotics directly via a douche or another method.

Because if your gut has high levels of E. coli or candida, those uropathogens will soon overtake any good bacteria you implant in the vagina – simply because of superior numbers.

Most patients we've had over the years with chronic or recurring UTI's have been to 2, 5 or 10 different doctors. They'd have 5, 10, 20 rounds of antibiotics, first for UTI's & then for gut issues or other infections. They went from the bottom end to the top shelf of drugs and they still didn't work. 

In some cases it took a year for them to recover because we had to repair all the damage to their gut membrane these drugs caused. The gut becomes increasingly permeable (meaning you get leaky gut) with each round of antibiotics. 

If you've been on many rounds of antibiotics & you've got digestion issues as a result (like many of our patients have) & are tired of going from doctor to doctor, look into what's called a Comprehensive Digestive Stool Analysis (CDSA x3) test. 

This is the least invasive, most advanced test you can do to see what's really going on with your microbiome.

Unlike other tests that only look for problems the doctor can see with the naked eye, a CDSA looks at what's going on in your gut at the MICROSCOPIC level.

It's going to tell the levels of beneficial bacteria like Lactobacillus and Bifida you have, the levels of bad bacteria, their species, if you've got yeasts or parasites, inflammation & a whole lot more. 

What you're most likely going to find is a lack of beneficial bacteria. Over 60% of CDSA tests from chronic & recurring UTI patients these days come back with no beneficial bacteria at all. The lab couldn't culture them and they couldn't find them.

Many will have elevated levels of dysbiotic bacteria like Pseudomas Citrobacter. Many will have an overgrowth of candida or E. coli. Chronic UTI's always have a cause (& often multiple). And a CDSA test is going to reveal it.

Whatever the issue is, you need to fix your gut if you want the recurring UTI to stop.

Everything we mentioned in the previous 2 sections is important to consider if you want to work out why you're not recovering from a UTI. Often it's a combination of several or all of the factors we mentioned. It could be your microbiome needs fixing, you've got too much stress and your diet needs improving. 

And this is where most patients with chronic UTI's get overwhelmed.

That's why we put together this page. It outlines a 3-step diet & supplement treatment plan that targets all of these issues at once. That includes getting rid of the uropathogens using natural means, increasing your levels of Lactobacillus, helping your immune system, fixing your diet & more. 

Keep reading & we'll teach you everything you need to know about the proper diet you need to follow to put recurring UTI's behind you. Then in part 3 we'll teach you how to combine this diet with supplements & fast track your recovery.

Part 2: Everything You Need to Know to Treat a Chronic or Recurring UTI Using Diet – Based On +20 Years Experience

We'll talk about supplements in Part 3 of this guide.

If you take a look at the 2000+ free videos on our YouTube channel (which you can learn more about on the bottom of this page), you'll see we've been at this for a LONG time.

One of our specialties is helping patients with chronic gut issues like IBS, candida overgrowth, leaky gut, SIBO (small intestinal bacteria overgrowth) & more.

We've also got many videos on chronic & recurring UTI's as this is one of the BIG symptoms that overlaps with gut issues. A lot of patients with chronic or recurring UTI's suffer from gut problems like IBS & a lot of people with gut issues suffer from frequent UTI's.

They're both symptoms of the same core issue (an bacterial imbalance). 

So believe us when we say these 2 problems are connected & the treatment for both is very similar

The treatment plan below is the end result of thousands of hours spent in the clinic working with patients, researching countless books, online resources, speaking with many experts, & old fashioned trial & error. 

It wasn't made up out of thin air by some blogger like other chronic UTI treatments you'll find online.

That's why we can say WITHOUT A SHADOW OF A DOUBT what you're about to learn works. It works no matter how sick you are, how long you've been struggling with a UTI, how many previous rounds of antibiotics you've been on or how many "specialists" you've been to.

Our 3-step diet is simple to understand, easy to follow and has NO-SIDE EFFECTS.

It's meant to stave the uropathogens, balance your gut bacteria, clear up inflammation, help the immune system do its job & detox and heal the body. 

The first two steps are special diets. The 3rd step is where you slowly reintroduce foods back into your diet.

The 3 steps are as follows:

Step 1: The MEVY Diet (3 - 4 weeks)
Step 2: The Low Allergy Diet
(2 - 8 weeks)
Step 3: The Food Re-introduction Stage
(2 - 4 weeks)

If this is your first serious attempt at using diet to treat a chronic or recurring UTI, we also recommend you go through something we call the "14 Day Big Cleanup" before you start Step 1: The MEVY Diet.

The 14 Day Big Clean-Up

The 14 Day Big Clean-Up is sort of like a Step 0.

It serves 2 purposes. First it allows you to slowly ease yourself into the new diet without experiencing withdrawal from things like alcohol, caffeine, take-out foods, candy, ice cream & chocolate.

It also reduces your chances of experiencing aggravations symptoms during your treatment.

This might sound odd but you'll likely need to get rid of a lot of the foods in your kitchen pantry during this step. The more severe or frequent your UTI is, the more CRITICAL this step is.

The best thing to do is grab a big bag and fill it with all the foods that have been sitting in jars or bottles in your fridge. If you haven’t looked at or touched them for a long time, they NEED to go.

Get rid of sauces, syrups, jams, etc. All these tend to be stored for long periods & develop mold.

Even if you can’t visibly see any mold, don’t take any chances. Throw it away.

Next you want to get rid of anything containing white sugar, high fructose corn syrup, and especially artificial sweeteners because these will prevent your recovery like nothing else. You need to give the candy away, the ice cream, the cookies. All that stuff needs to go. That way you won’t be tempted by it later.

Same goes for highly processed foods like potato chips, microwave meals, deli meats, pastries, etc. Give it away to a neighbor or friend or just throw it in the trash. 

These are the foods that aggravate UTI symptoms. They're also the foods bad bacteria, yeasts & other uropathogens thrive on. By removing these foods from your diet, you take away their food source. This leaves them weak & far easier to get rid of later.

That way you can replace them with the beneficial bacteria you need for recovery.

If you don't want to do this & wish to continue eating these foods (even in small amounts) during the treatment, you may as well stop reading this now. It’s that important.

Do this over a period of a few days if you must, but get it done.

Here’s a short list of foods to get rid of:

• Soda drinks
• Chocolate (even unsweetened or 100% cacao, you can start eating it again after you recover)
• Ice cream
• Sweets or candy
• Biscuits or cookies
• Donuts, muffins or cakes
• Pastries
• White breads
• Chips
• Pizza, fried chicken & any take-out foods
• Nutella, peanut butter, jam or spreads (unless you make them yourself)

For more information about the Big Cleanup, click the video link below:

Step 1: The MEVY Diet

MEVY stands for Meat, Eggs, Vegetables & Yogurt

This is a well tested diet designed to bring your intestinal flora back into balance. It calms and heals your gut from a multitude of conditions including small intestinal bacteria overgrowth (SIBO), candida, IBS and more.

We didn’t create this diet.

It’s been around for a long time. Since at least 1986 when it was recommended in “The Yeast Syndrome” by Dr. Morton Walker. You don’t need to read it. You’ll learn everything you need about the MEVY Diet through this page & our YouTube channel.

The MEVY diet is a short term diet. You only need to be strict with it for 3 to 4 weeks. For best results, follow it strictly for at least 2 weeks. Then you can loosen up a little for the next 2 to 3 weeks as you start to implement the Low-Allergy diet (this is step 2). 

It’s up to you to decide how long you want to stay on the MEVY approach. 

Either way, we can assure you of one thing – the MEVY Diet WORKS. It works very well in fact & can quickly reduce most (if not all) of the chronic UTI symptoms you’re struggling with.

It’s a tasty and healthy diet. You’re not going to starve or feel deprived.

Meats generally are not favored at all by uropathogens.

You're not going to have a problem with fresh fish, lean beef, or free range eggs. Just be careful not to overload your diet on red meat because that can cause constipation and clogged up bowels.

If you’re a vegan there’s plenty of other options you’ve got.

These foods also discourage bad bacteria like Citrobacter freundii and get rid of things like Candida albicans, and all kinds of other nasty bacteria & yeasts we found in people who've had recurring UTI's for a long time. 

The MEVY diet is a low-carb diet.

It’s been around long before low-carb diets became popular. Unlike other low-carb diets, the goal of the MEVY approach isn’t to lose weight. Although you most certainly will lose weight if you have excess weight to lose (particularly if you follow it well).

You’re allowed to eat meats, eggs, most vegetables (except high starch vegetables like potatoes, carrots, pumpkin, sweet potato, peas, corn and beets) and plain yogurt.

Avoid citrus (lemons are OK), tomatoes, all mature cheeses, chocolate, spicy foods, caffeine (this goes for black tea & coffee), silver beets (aka Swiss chard), & rhubarb. As these can play havoc on your urinary system. 

Same goes for fizzy drinks like beer and soda. 

Most grains are OK to eat as are foods that contain gluten. If you react to these, take them out of the diet as it can be a sign of candida overgrowth. We'll talk more about gluten in the next section.

Eliminate foods such as heavily processed cereals, pasta, conventional breads (which contain yeasts and sugars), pastries, chips and alcohol. Alcohol is a big one. If you can't make a commitment to stop drinking alcohol (even one glass of wine a week) for a period of at least 6 months, you need to stop reading this page.

Alcohol has a very powerful effect on Lactobacillus & will prevent your recovery like nothing else. If your goal is to restore your levels of beneficial bacteria, the alcohol NEEDS to go. Most patients who are serious about getting their health back are willing to take a break from alcohol for a while.

You can go back to drinking a glass of wine on the weekends once your health is back to normal again.

Avoid ALL proceeded sugars until your recurring UTI is long gone. Sugar only feeds the bad bacteria & yeast. It doesn't feed Lactobacillus or other good bacteria. You'll have a real struggle getting rid of your infection if you continue having coffee with sugar or jam on toast every day. 

This goes for artificial sugars as well, as these are some of the worst offenders.

Be careful with the following foods until your UTI is long gone:

• Figs
• Brewer's yeast
• Raisins
• Avocado
• Soy sauce
• Grapes
• Fava beans
• Corned beef (many commercial meats contain antibiotics)
• Non-organic chicken (often contains antibiotics & also arsenic)
• Nuts

• Hard cheeses

• Apples
• Peaches

• Pineapples
• Cantaloupe

• Guava

• Nectarines

• Pickled herring
• Bananas

• Commercial yogurt (yogurt should taste sour & contain zero added sugar)
• Vinegar

• Mayonnaise
• Sour cream

We usually recommend patients with bladder infections back off the protein for a while & eat lighter. That means sticking to leaner proteins like chicken, fish, tofu & legumes. You can even go vegetarian for 7 to 10 days if your symptoms are particularly bad.

Avoid citrus fruits as they produce alkaline urine which can encourage bacteria growth. Increasing the acidity of the urine inhibits bacteria growth.

Sourdough bread is OK to eat, especially rye. You also want to avoid all dairy products, with natural unsweetened yogurt being the only exception. Include organically grown celery, parsley & watermelon as these will help.

Don’t worry about keeping track of the specific foods you can and can’t eat on the MEVY diet. We've created a free CanXida Grocery Shopping Guide PDF for that. Along with a one page printable checklist that lists all the fruits, vegetables, grains & other foods you can eat.

You can grab both of them for free at the bottom of this page.

If you've got a chronic or recurring UTI & have never had a stool test done, stick to the foods listed in the PDF.

Also make sure you watch the YouTube videos linked in this section as these will explain the MEVY Diet in much more detail.

Step 2: The Low Allergy Diet

Once you’ve been on the MEVY Diet for a few weeks, we start the Low Allergy Diet.

The purpose of this diet is to restore your gut’s immune system.

Most people with recurring UTI problems will have leaky gut syndrome and a background of antibiotic use. They’ll have poor levels or good bacteria and all sorts of gastrointestinal distress.

That’s why it’s best to come off what are considered key allergy foods.

These Foods Are:

• citrus (especially oranges)
• pineapple
• banana
• shellfish
• peanut/peanut butter
• wheat/gluten
• chocolate
• cow's milk

Cow's milk is a big one.

We’ve seen testing on over 350 young children that found nearly 70% had a problem with cow's milk. Bananas came back around 14%. Pineapples and shellfish came back nearly 20%.

Bread and gluten allergies are not as common as you think. 

Chocolate however is. Even dark chocolate, 70% cocoa or whatever it is, it's GOT TO GO for a while. There’s no way around it. Chocolate aggravates UTI's & is a major bladder irritant. Even if it's raw cacao you need to take it out of your diet for at least 3 to 4 weeks.

A Special Note on Wheat:
Too many people point the finger at wheat and gluten when in fact, these people have bacterial and yeast problems that need clearing up BEFORE they start taking gluten out of their diet.

We’re not big fans of telling people to eliminate wheat or gluten from their diet forever.

In fact, we’ve seen people get BACK into gluten after they were told by doctors they could NEVER eat wheat ever again. Because once your gut bacteria levels are restored – gluten is no longer a problem. 

Just because every blog site out there says you should eat gluten-free doesn't make it true. "Gluten free" is almost like a religion today. 

Remember, only 1 or 2% of the population has Celiac Disease.

Are you celiac? Probably not. Are you gluten intolerant? Probably not.

Do you have a disturbed gut microbiota? Probably yes.

What we're doing with the Low Allergy Diet is taking out the foods that could potentially trigger an immune response. This is very smart because you've likely got food allergies and intolerances right now that are creating immune dysfunction.

They distract your immune system from focusing on the REAL infection in your gut & urinary system.

By taking all these foods out, it stops the immune system from reacting.

Also that way, once your digestion is in better shape, you’ll be able to eat these foods without having to worry whether the next bite of the “wrong food" will send you running to the toilet or cause gas, bloating or other symptoms.

All you do at this stage is remove the foods listed previously in this section, and keep it that way for a period of several weeks to several months. You should continue to eat the MEVY Diet in the meantime (although you don’t have to be as strict with as you were in the beginning).

Step 3: The Food Reintroduction Phase

At this point you should be feeling a lot better and much of your UTI symptoms (as well as any gut issues) should have disappeared. So we can start reintroducing the foods we eliminated in phase 1.

You'll get the exact details once you download the free PDF report at the bottom of this page but what you'll basically do is get a piece of paper and write down all the foods you really love but feel you can't eat because they give you problems.

We're talking about ice cream, beer, wine, pizza, chocolate chip cookies, pastries, whatever you like.

Then what you'll do is slowly start to reintroduce these foods & see what effect they have on you.

Yes, even ice cream and pastries. We don't like being the "food police." If you like, you can choose healthier versions of them like oat milk ice cream vs a cheap dairy one.

And it may sound shocking but once you go through our treatment plan, you'll be VERY SURPRISED to find that most (if not all) the foods currently on your "to avoid" list no longer give you trouble.

Of course this doesn't mean you can go on a 100% junk food diet and expect to stay healthy, but you can be sure an occasional ice cream or pizza with friends isn't going to bother you anymore

You don't have to be gluten, dairy, sugar, alcohol or whatever else free for the rest of your life.

We can tell you now after helping over 1000 folks overcome a chronic UTI – PEOPLE GET SICK AND TIRED of having these restrictive diets.

They hate it.

Every label has got to be scrutinized rigorously. Every time you go out with friends 90% or more of the menu is off limits and you're stuck with the blandest salad. What a pain in the butt!

A Precaution About Reintroducing Foods:

The first foods you reintroduce are NOT the foods you love the most.

You want start with the foods you feel a bit indifferent about. 

You haven't eaten them in a while but you could take them or leave them.

It could be carrots or it could be some fish. If you really love some particular food, it's not a good idea to introduce it back into the diet right away on day 1. You can bring them in after a few days or a few weeks.

If you bring those foods back in the diet too quickly, there's a possibility you're going to overeat and have too much of them. And then you can get your blood sugar worked up and this can push you off-track.

We've seen this happen again and again, so just take it slow and you'll be fine.

Can You Get Rid of a Chronic or Recurring UTI With Diet Alone or Should You Also Take Probiotics or Other Supplements During Your Treatment?

A question we often get is, "should I take probiotics or supplements during my treatment?" Or "I want to beat my recurring UTI through diet alone & without taking anything extra. Is this possible?"

And the answer to that is yes. You can beat a chronic or recurring UTI with diet alone. 

But it’s hard. REAL HARD.

And we can tell you right now – it DOESN’T HAPPEN in the vast majority of cases. 

Trust me, if you've got moderate to severe recurring UTI you won’t get rid of it with diet alone. You also won't get rid of it with antibacterials or probiotics alone. You need to do BOTH if you want long lasting recovery.

Listen: You may be able to alleviate some of your UTI symptoms using diet alone but to truly fix your health you need high doses of “powerful agents” to cleanse the gut of yeast & bacteria. Things like allicin from aged garlic extract, grapefruit seed extract, standardized rosemary & more.

You’d have to go on a hardcore diet to adequate doses of all these from food. So hardcore you’d irritate your digestive system so much you’d throw your beneficial bacteria off balance and start to get problems.

We didn't always have this approach.

We told patients with recurring UTI's to go to health food stores. We told them to buy foods like garlic, ginger & cranberry juice. We told people to focus on eating whole foods & not rely on supplements.

And it didn't work.

People just got overwhelmed with the amount of stuff they had to eat.

Diet alone doesn’t work for most people. We’ve seen people eat the most amazing diets. Stuff like ten cloves of garlic plus big chunks of ginger and tablespoons of turmeric powder each day. Yet they got a UTI every month & digestion problems.

Part 3: How to Choose a Natural Supplement That's Actually Going to Help Get Rid of a Chronic or Recurring UTI

Natural Antibacterial Supplements Vs Probiotics Vs Cranberry Juice & D-Mannose – Which Should You Take For a Chronic or Recurring UTI?

For a chronic or recurring UTI, the best answer is ALL of them.

We'll tell you our opinion on cranberry juice and D-Mannose in a moment, as our advice is a bit different than what you may have seen on other websites.

Many people believe that if you take a probiotic and something like an anti-bacterial or anti-fungal together, the probiotic is going to be canceled out. This is not true. 

In fact they work better together, not against each other. Particularly if you take an anti-bacterial formula that contains only natural ingredients. Such as aged garlic extract and grapefruit seed extract. Because as we learned previously, natural medicines don't harm beneficial bacteria. They only harm stuff like E. coli.

You don't even need to take these supplements apart. You can swallow all of them at same time.

That way as one travels through your digestive system clearing away uropathogens, the probiotic is right there & REPLACES them with the exact beneficial bacteria that keeps the problem from coming back.

Don't make the mistake of just taking one of these such as the probiotic and skipping out on the anti-bacterial portion of the treatment. 

You'll slow down your recovery. The whole point of taking supplements for a chronic UTI is to speed up your recovery. So there's really no reason to only choose one. Sure you'll save a bit of money but is it really worth it if it means having to deal with recurring UTI symptoms for an extra 2 to 3 months? I don't think so.

These supplements work synergistically to target the root cause of UTI from every possible angle.

And you’ll get far better results if you take both.

Especially if you combine them with natural remedies like cranberry juice & D-mannose. These CAN help – but don't make the mistake of thinking you can get rid of a chronic or recurring UTI if all you do is drink cranberry juice and taking D-Mannose. It's not that easy. There's no "magic pill" when it comes to a recurring UTI.

Cranberry juice & D-Mannose are just the icing on the cake.

They're great if you COMBINE them with our 3-step diet plus a natural antibacterial & probiotic supplement. But they don't work so well if you take them and do nothing else.

They can work if the UTI is mild but for chronic infections, forget it. It's NOT going to happen.

One tip we have concerning cranberry juice is if you're going to get it, get the PURE stuff. Don't just go to the supermarket and get one of those cheap cranberry juices in the big plastic containers.

That's not REAL cranberry juice.

If you look at the ingredients label for most of these products you'll see the first ingredient is water, followed by sugar, apple juice and then cranberry juice at the very end.

So that this label is telling you is there's more added sugar (by weight) in this product then actual cranberries.

Pure cranberry juice is very sour. Most people don't like it which is why companies dilute it and add sugar.

If you can't find 100% pure cranberry juice with no additional ingredients, try to get a bottle of pure cranberry juice concentrate. That way you can just mix 1 to 2 tbsp in a glass of water & get the benefits of cranberries that way. 

D-Mannose is a supplement you can buy that works the same way as cranberries. Both of them contain tiny microscopic hooks (similar to Velcro) that bad bacteria gets hooked to. That way instead of the E. coli hooking onto the epithedial cells that line the urethra, it gets hooked on this "velcro" and you urinate it out.

If you want to try D-Mannose, buy the pure powder and not the pills. It's much more powerful that way. Pure D-Mannose powder is expensive so we really only recommend it for patients with chronic UTI's.

It does help flush bad bacteria from your bladder but remember, you need to pair it with other supplements if you want long lasting results. Exactly what supplements we recommend is the topic of the next section.

How to Choose an Natural Antibacterial Supplement That Gets Rid of E. Coli & Other Uropathogens In Both the Gut & Vaginal Environment

When choosing an antibacterial supplement, go with a compressed tablet vs a cellulose capsule product. 

Don't buy those cheap cellulose capsules that have a blend of different herbal powers. They're not nearly as effective as tablets. A tablet will almost always have more antimicrobial activity because more natural ingredients can fit into it. As the capsule itself takes up a lot of space that can be used for herbs instead.

Pick a formula with as many of the following 12 ingredients as possible. 

  • Grapefruit Seed Extract (GSE)
  • Berberine Concentrate HCL
  • Clove
  • Garlic, aged extract
  • Caprylic acid
  • Undecylenic acid
  • Betaine HCL
  • Black Walnut Hull Extract
  • Pau d'arco
  • Neem
  • Biotin
  • Oregano Oil

For getting rid of bad bacteria & yeast internally, there's nothing better than this list. Many of these work synergistically so don't just pick one or two. They work best when used in combination.

You'll learn more about what each of these do later when you grab our free PDF at the bottom of this page.

When you select a tablet, make sure that it’s sustained release. Sustained release means when you swallow this tablet, your digestive system doesn’t get access to everything immediately.

But over a period of several hours it slowly breaks down in the gut.

That way it targets all parts of your GI track. It cleanses all the yeast and bad bacteria right from your mouth and keeps working all the way through the colon and “back passage.” That way nothing remains that can later re-infect your urinary tract.

Now, likely whatever supplements you were taking before were not sustained release.

They weren’t put together by someone with decades of experience treating your specific health problem. They were likely put together by a company that’s got a 1000 other products and they pay lip service to making an anti-bacterial formula.

Or they’ve just put out a product with one thing like oregano oil.

That's one of the reasons we made our own supplement formula, CanXida. We got disappointed with the stuff available in grocery stores.

Too many supplements these days are filled with fake ingredients

This isn’t an opinion. It’s a fact. Back in 2015, the New York Attorney General Office conducted 390 tests on a wide range of supplements. They gathered bottles from the shelves of 4 major retail stores. 

These were GNC, Target, Walmart and Walgreens. They then sent the bottles over to a lab and DNA tested every tablet to see if the ingredients matched the label. And guess what they found. . .

Only 21% of the products actually had the herbs advertised on the bottle. 

79% didn’t contain ANY of the herbs and were just full of crap like rice powder and wheat!

Here’s a screenshot of an article from CBS News reporting on it:

And it gets worse. . .

One survey done by the FDA found 68% of the supplements tested didn’t even have the MAIN INGREDIENT advertised on the bottle. For example, one “St. John’s Wort” supplement contained nothing but “senna,” a laxative that can cause anal blistering.

Imagine taking something like that when you’ve already got a gut problem.

This is why we tell folks to avoid generic brand supplements from places like Amazon or iHerb.

The way you find good supplements is by asking “Where did this product come from? Where did the company get the raw materials? What kind of research has gone into this product?"

Was the product formulated by a person who’s an expert on it? Has it been tested and proven to work on your specific problem? 
Do they provide extensive education about dosage or the best way to use that product? 

Does the product use standardized ingredients?

Standardized means that each time you take this supplement, you're getting a consistent therapeutic dose. It doesn't vary in potency from batch to batch as is often the case in non-standardized supplements. It's a bit like how pharmaceuticals are made.

You get the same strong therapeutic dose every time you take it.

Don't just go for the cheapest product. You’ll get cheap results.

If you want to test out a high quality natural supplement, check out our CanXida RMV formula.

CanXida RMV is an advanced 12 ingredient anti-fungal, anti-bacterial & anti-parasitic formula based on two decades of experience. It’s the only formula that targets the BIG PICTURE of gut disturbances & is in our opinion the most premium gut cleaning supplement ever created.

This is a "heavy duty" formula designed to work even for extremely severe cases where the patient has been sick for YEARS & every other supplement and drug they tried in the past either failed them or the gut infection came back.

We've designed it with chronic UTI's in mind as nearly all patients with severe gut disturbances suffer from urinary tract issues like burning while urinating and frequent bathroom trips to some degree.

Don't think this is just a candida product. It's NOT. CanXida is equally suited for candida yeast infections, SIBO (Small Intestinal Bacteria Overgrowth), Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowel syndrome, skin issues like eczema, persistent diarrhea or constipation, chronic UTI, the list goes on and on. . .

CanXida is non-toxic, has no side effects & is safe even for children.

You won't find anything stronger. It meets all the criteria we mention above & more. 

You can learn more about CanXida by watching the video below or by visiting

Why Most People Get Nowhere With Probiotics & 5 Things to Look For When Choosing a Probiotic to Help With Chronic or Recurring UTI's

Below are the 5 things you want to look for when choosing a probiotic that'll get rid of a recurring UTI.

1. Is the Formula Centered Around Good Bacteria Strains Scientifically Proven to Inhibit E. Coli & Other Bad Bacteria & Yeast?
If you’ve ever compared different probiotic formulas before you’ve no doubt noticed that there's lots of different bacteria strains out there and some products contain more strains than others. 

Some products contain 50 strains. Others contain 20. Most of these are just there for marketing purposes to make you think you’re getting “lots of stuff.” 
They don't do anything at all to inhibit yeast or bad bacteria & they do nothing against a chronic UTI infections.

The 6 strains that do inhibit uropathogens are:

  • Lactobacillus acidophilus
  • Lactobacillus casei
  • Lactobacillus plantarum
  • Lactobacillus rhamnosus
  • Bifidobacterium bifidum
  • Bifidobacterium longum

You already learned how Lactobacillus is the #1 natural enemy of bad bacteria, yeasthow beneficial bacteria alters your internal environment so uropathogens can't replicate.

Some of these strains also have additional benefits such as in the case of Lactobacillus casei.

Casei is very important when you’ve got a chronic UTI. Why? Because it mops up immune debris & waste particles (toxins) created by yeast & bad bacteria that like to lodge themselves throughout your body.

It stops them from getting into your bloodstream, causing inflammation & making you feel sick.

This allows your immune system to focus more on the big issues (like cleaning up the bad bacteria or yeast in your urinary tract). 

It also helps with food allergies because it trains your immune system to relax and not be hyper-reactive. 

These are the strains that are most responsible for fixing your gut & vaginal environment. The list above includes the 4 best Lactobacillus and the 2 best Bifidobacterium. 

To learn more about these 6 strains, check out the product page for our CanXida Restore (RST) formula which goes over the each of them in more detail. You can get to it by clicking here.

Don't worry about any other strains. They're nowhere near as important.

Also remember that only so many probiotics can fit into a capsule. So if a formula has 12 or 20 strains, it's going to have lower levels of the strains you actually want.

2. Avoid Formulas that Contain Prebiotics or FOS
Prebiotics (also known as FOS or fructooligosaccharides) are a special type of sugar naturally found in foods such as broccoli, coconut and bananas. These sugars are what feed probitoics (beneficial bacteria) and make them grow.

That’s why they’re called prebiotics. So why do we tell you to avoid any probiotic formula that contains them?

Because we've seen them cause too many bad reactions when taken in supplement form. Any time a customer tells us they tried a probotic formula in the past and it made them feel sick or bloated or gave them brain fog, we know right away that formula contained prebiotics.

Companies add these sugars in thinking they’re going to feed the beneficial bacteria.

Oh yeah, they feed the bacteria alright. . . They feed everything from the E. coli to the clostridia and all the other bad bacteria that cause bloating and brain fog & UTI's.

Companies will tell you these sugars are from "natural sources" but in reality that “source” is a factory or lab.

We’ve had it with prebiotics. We’ve seen them cause too many aggravations in customers. Get rid of any supplements that have them. You’ll get much better results if you take a probiotic without prebiotics.

It’s fine to eat foods that naturally contain FOS like the ones we mentioned but don’t take supplements that contain them.

3. Does the Probiotic Formula Also Contain Enzymes?
Instead of prebiotics, get a formula that contains digestive enzymes.

Research in the past 7 years has shown that when you take enzymes and probiotics at the same time, you get an amplified effect.

There’s lots of reasons this happens. First, enzymes kick start the gut and improve the acid / alkaline ratio of the stomach and small intestine. 

This creates a more favorable environment for the beneficial bacteria to grow. It also creates a hostile environment for the yeast, bad bacteria and parasites.

They annoy the bad guys and encourage the good guys & shift your bacteria population from bad to good.

Enzymes also help with the healing process. Many people with gut disorders have damaged or inflamed digestive systems caused by yeast overgrowth & bad bacteria. Enzymes help with this by allowing your gut to heal at a faster rate.

They can also help mop up any garbage that needs cleaning up.

It's like sweeping a floor that hasn’t been cleaned thoroughly for many years. You might notice that you pass out bowel plaques or mucous. You may have more frequent bowel motions or larger stools.

Enzymes are especially important in the first and second month of the gut healing process because they’re going to break down all the vegetable starches your good bacteria are going to feed on. This is how you feed the good bacteria without feeding the bad.

That's why you should look for things like amylase, hemicellulase, protease, invertase, and glucocoamylase on probiotics labels. 

Because these target all the different kinds of carbohydrates, proteins and fats you’ll need help digesting if your gut isn't in great shape yet. 

Not all enzyme formulas are compatible with probiotics.

So don’t just grab an enzyme supplement from Amazon or iHerb and combine it with whatever probiotics you’ve got laying around.

It takes a special skill that a clinician develops over time to understand how to combine these two successfully so you get an amplified effect like we described. 

If you’re taking a probiotic formula right now and you’re not taking enzymes along with it, you’re missing the boat.

You really are. Enzymes make all the difference.

If you want the best possible product, make sure the probiotic + enzyme formula you choose contains an enzyme called serratiopeptidase.

This is a very powerful enzyme that will bind to circulating immune complexes in the blood. That means that once you take it, it will actually start to hunt down little bits of debris in your bloodstream created by yeast & bad bacteria as they die off.

This is particularly important for people suffering from Leaky Gut or auto-immune diseases because this debris is one of the main causes of things like rheumatoid arthritis and joint pain.

As well as brain fog, headaches, and many other symptoms. . .

4. Does the Probiotic Come In a Time-Released Capsule?

Another thing to check for is if the probiotics come in what’s called a time-released capsule

These capsules are very expensive to manufacture so usually a company will tell you on the label if it’s time-released or not.

These aren’t the cheap cellulose capsules that break down in the stomach.

They survive the stomach and only open up in the small intestine.

That way nothing is lost due to stomach acid. Nearly all probiotics you buy don’t do that. They don’t fully survive the stomach bypass. They actually get destroyed before they get to the intestine.

A time-released capsule is different. It’s not affected by digestion.

5. Is the probiotic GMP Certified or Made in a GMP Certified Facility?
Be VERY vary of any probiotic that doesn’t have a “GMP Certified” seal on the label.

Particularly the cheap probiotics you see on store shelves.

Many years ago before GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) were enforced on the supplement industry, we spoke with many experts in America and Europe regarding probiotics and how they were made. 

And we were quite amazed to discover that when a survey was done on U.S. probiotics just before GMP was enforced, many of them were found to be USELESS and DEAD.

The cheap probiotics had NO VIABLE BACTERIA in them at all — people were just getting ripped off and they had no idea! And we can tell you right now that chances are, especially if you’re buying some “el-cheapo” product at the supermarket or Walmart, you’re probably still getting scammed.

An easy way to tell is to see if the factory or supplier has a GMP certification.

Before you check out other probiotics take a look at our CanXida RST formula.

This is a heavy duty probiotic we designed specifically for folks with severe health issues who need help fast.

It meets all 5 of the criteria above (including serratiopeptidase).
You can learn more about this formula by visiting

Be sure to check out our YouTube page before you leave this page.

We run the largest gut disorder related YouTube channel (called the CanXida Gut Health Networkwhere you can find over 4,000 educational videos (along with several ebooks) that teach you step-by step how to get your health back to normal. 

The channel was originally exclusively about Candida but has since expanded into virtually every other gut health related issue and we plan to continue expanding it to cover many other health problems. We've even got a candida recipes YouTube channel which you can check out later.

Why do we give away so much information for free?

Because we like to see people recover. It’s fantastic and the best part of our job. 

Please be sure to grab your free Chronic UTI Recovery Kit before you leave this page.

This is a collection of 5 in-depth free PDF reports we created specifically for people like you who are just getting started with treating a chronic or recurring UTI the natural way.

Inside you'll discover how to slowly transition to our 3-step diet – as well as everything you need to know about how to shop for fruits, vegetables, herbs, grains & flours, pasta, noodles, beans, nuts, breads, soups, spreads & dips, seafood, poultry, meats, dairy, oils, fermented & cultured foods and more.

The PDF titles may say "candida" but make no mistake about it – the information inside is equally applicable to recurring UTI's, candida yeast overgrowth, SIBO (small intestinal bacteria overgrowth), IBS and a long list of other health issues where gut health plays a critical role in the recovery process.

You can grab it by
clicking the button below.

Hope to talk to again soon,

-Deborah Barnes, CanXida Customer Care Team

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What's Included in the Chronic UTI Recovery Kit:

  • Candida Crusher Grocery Shopping Guide: 187 Foods That Get Rid of Candida (24 pages)
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1. Nonantibiotic prevention and management of recurrent urinary tract infection.

2.  Efficacy of locally isolated lactic acid bacteria against antibiotic-resistant uropathogens.

Antimicrobial activity of lactobacillus strains against uropathogens.

4. The Effectiveness of Processed Grapefruit-Seed Extract as An Antibacterial Agent: I. An In Vitro Agar Assay.

5.  Adaptation of bacteria to the intestinal niche: probiotics and gut disorder.

6. Assessment of the capacity of Lactobacillus to inhibit the growth of uropathogens and block their adhesion to vaginal epithelial cells.

7. DNA barcoding detects contamination and substitution in North American herbal products. . .

8. Longitudinal multi-omics analyses link gut microbiome dysbiosis with recurrent urinary tract infections in women.

9.  An emerging link between the urinary microbiome and urinary incontinence.

10.  High risk of lower urinary tract symptoms in patients with irritable bowel syndrome.

About CanXida Health:

About CanXida Health:

We launched CanXida Health in 2013 with one goal – to provide people like you with all the tools needed to finally heal your gut from Candida, Leaky Gut, IBS, SIBO & (almost) any other gut issue.

In addition to making premium grade supplements to target a wide range of gut disorders, we also run the CanXida YouTube channel where you'll find over 2,000 educational videos (along with several ebooks) on how to get your gut working normal again. Visit our website to learn more.

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