Step 1: Break Down Yeast's Protective Coating
Candida and other yeast species have a sticky coating called a biofilm. The biofilm makes the yeast resistant to immune cells ... and this allows yeast to grow unchecked in your dog.
A key step to eliminate yeast is to break down its biofilm. This removes the protective coating from yeast, allowing anti-fungal foods and herbs to start working.
Yeast Guard is a veterinary-formulated blend of anti-fungal herbs and caprylic acid. It includes the powerhouse combination of pau d'arco, organic olive leaf and sustainably grown organic goldenseal.
Step 2: Eliminate & Detoxify Yeast
Once the biofilm is breached, anti-fungal herbs and foods can start to eliminate yeast. It's important to also remove yeast's food supply. This means feeding a diet that's low in starch and avoiding drugs and chemicals that contain heavy metals.
The anti-fungal herbs in Yeast Guard will work best with digestive enzymes. These help break down the biofilm, an important coating that protects yeast like a full metal jacket. You must break down the biofilm to attack yeast.
Step 3: Restore & Replenish Gut Bacteria
It's important to address the root cause of Candida and yeast: inflamed and leaky guts. This final step helps prevent over-crowding of unwanted yeast in the gut and helps soothe and heal the gut lining. A healthy gut lining can prevent yeast from escaping the digestive tract.
Yeast and bacterial overgrowth can cause gut irritation, allowing yeast to travel out of the gut and into the body. Gut Guard is a blend of gut soothing herbs and probiotics that can help restore a proper gut flora.