Candida Crusher is claimed to be pretty much a “cure-all” for a number of different fungal related conditions. But is it really as good as people are saying? Or is Candida Crusher a scam in one way or another that is just going to be a waste of your money? You can never be too careful when it comes to e-products like this that claim to cure your problems so these are serious questions that need to be answered.
In this review I’ll be taking a nonbiased approach and going over what exactly Candida Crusher includes, little background on the guy who wrote the book, pros V cons and more. There are some downsides to this product and I’ll be going over them.
Candida Crusher it is said to be an effective natural cure to candida infections. This is because the focus is on boosting the immune system naturally so that your body can work better to fight off the candida.
How do you know if you have a candida infection? Well, on the sales page for this product they tell you that if you have any of the following symptoms, then you do have candida yeast infections…
Now in my opinion this is definitely a bit misleading with the marketing tactics used. There are many different reasons why he could get a rash, or a mood swing, or have difficulty concentrating. To say that if you have any of these symptoms “then you have candida yeast infections” is simply not true.
I’m a bit sensitive when it comes to misleading marketing tactics like this because I often review products, such as Fungus Hack & Japanese Toenail Fungus Code, that lure people in claiming to be miracle products that are not nearly as good as they lead you to believe.
But anyways, other than that the promotional material for Candida Crusher isn’t all that bad.
It is always important to look into the person, or persons, behind the products that you buy, especially when it comes to products that supposedly treat infections, illnesses, etc. In this case the man behind it all is named Eric Bakker who claims that he is a naturopathic doctor.
I looked into this and sure enough, he really is a naturopathic doctor and has been so for almost 30 years. He has been running an international naturopathic consultancy online for almost 20 years. However, it is important to note that is consultancy business does not deal directly with patients. It is all online where he provides and consult people in mass amounts. It is not like he deals one-on-one with clients for intensive treatment.
Below you can see his website (ericbakker.com) and a picture of him…
He has experience treating everything from psoriasis, to candida (obviously), shingles, gout, and others.
As a naturopathic doctor his focus is on eating healthy and living a healthy lifestyle, which is why this product is all about natural treatment and strengthening your body so that it can be the one fighting off the infection.
If you like to read then you’re going to love this, if you don’t like to read then you might want to find a different product. Why do I say this? Well because Candida Crusher it is an e-book that consists of 718 pages. Now of course you will not need to read all 718 pages, you will likely just read a couple sections depending on your condition, but it still helps if you are someone who actually likes to or is willing to read.
The e-book provides information on everything from what causes candida infections, to identifying the type of infection that you have, and of course treating the infection. Some of the information provided includes the following…
There it is no one group of people that this book is for. This book is very broad with the information that it provides and thus can be a good book for a very broad group of people. There is tons of information on many different fungal infections along with the treatment for them.
It is also worth noting that Eric says his treatments have been successful with patients suffering from chronic candida infections, so when it comes to severity of the condition this book can also be a good choice for a broad range of people.
Is 718 pages of information worth $47? Well this is something you can form your own opinion about but I do think it is.
It would be different if this book was written by some random person with no credentials, but these 718 pages are written by a man with plenty of experience and knowledge. He claims that the entire book is based on knowledge from treating over 15,000 yeast infections, which is significant. However, as I mentioned earlier it is not like he is treating these infections directly, he is just providing online consultation.
The product is a little bit over-hyped and I don’t care for the marketing around it too much, but it does provide plenty of value for $47 in my opinion. So is it a scam? Absolutely not.
The biggest downside that I see to this book is information overload. At 718 pages that is one heck of a lot of information to sift through and there is no one that is going to need all of it. For example if you have a vaginal yeast infection you don’t need all the extra information about a hundred other types of candida infections. There is a lot of “useless” information you could say because you won’t be using it all.
And of course another downside to it is that you have to pay for all of this additional information that you won’t even need. It would be nice if there were multiple products are focused on specific types of candida infections instead of one big monster is product that encompasses all.
But anyways, it is a good book it is something that I do recommend. There is plenty of good information provided by someone who actually knows what he is talking about and you very well could find your cure to the candida you have in this book, which would make it all worth it.
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Kyle is an avid health enthusiast that believes in nature as a cure-all. When he's not drinking spirulina smoothies or dealing with the horrible aftertaste of stevia, he is probably working out, researching healthy herbs, or dealing with hand cramps he gets from writing articles like this.