Renew Life Multi-Enzyme Capsules, Candizyme, 90 Count
- Helps break down sugars and carbohydrates before they can ferment or be used by yeast
- Supports healthy balance of yeast organisms
- Fights candida overgrowth and helps break down cellulose
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I am currently on a very strong antibiotic for six weeks. As expected, the antibiotic immediately caused the uncomfortable symptoms. I used Candidase in the past, but found it expensive. So, I picked up a bottle of Candex from the health food store. With 40 pills, that bottle would only last 10 days, but I wanted to look online for a better price. That's when I found CandiZyme. I was skeptical at first because you only take it once a day and you have to take Candidase 3 times and Candex 2 times a day. With all three products, you have to take the pills at least one hour before or two hours after meals. This means that the more often you have to take the product, the more you have to calculate and figure out when to eat and when to take the pills. After completing the Candex, I started the CandiZyme the very next day and it was a smooth transition. The symptoms did not return and I have stayed on CandiZyme for almost 4 weeks now. I went out of town for 4 days and accidentally missed the daily dose for 2 days in a row. On day three, I had a little bit of discharge starting, but no itching. I took CandiZyme that day and the discharge immediately abated on the 4th day.
Now, let me tell you the math. For a typical 7-day course, you would need 42 Candidase pills, 28 Candex pills, and 21 CandiZyme pills. Per pill, CandiZyme is actually more expensive at 58 cents. Candidase and Candex are about 52 cents per pill. Nevertheless, CandiZyme is still cheaper: the daily cost of Candidase is about $3.14, Candex is about $2.10, and CandiZyme is only $1.73 per day. So that's about $22, $15, and $12 (respectively) for the entire 7 day course.
There you have it: CandiZyme requires fewer pills, you only take it once a day, and it costs less!
Update: Wow. I wrote this last review a year ago in January 2012. Now it's March 19th 2013. I've been trying to fight off my systemic candida infection for over a year now. Well, since this last review, I've been following a strict candida diet.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Helps so much! God send:) i think this works best out you do a clean simple diet and are testing one food a day to see if its a trigger and using the 3 at bedtime to help bounce... Read morePublished 3 months ago by The Readers
Can't say if this is helping a lot or not, but it's 1 of the 3 things I recently starting taking for systemic mold crap, seems to be helping as I'm feeling a bit betterPublished 7 months ago by Roger
Highest levels of digestive enzymes you can find together in any one product!Published 10 months ago by Rebecca M. Garcia
It helped the most, I think, battle the yeast at the end of a very guided intestinal help and yeast kill.Published 10 months ago by Marie Holloway
It really does work but I hade to buy a second bottle as I realized I had candida pretty heavy.
this and their other cleansers really helped get me back on the health road and... Read more
I must admit, after seeking and seeking help from drs who ultimately didn't help me at all (You're young. You're healthy. Drink water, take vitamins.... Read morePublished 15 months ago by SlapHappy