full moon, when most parasites are active), hair thinning or loss, bad breath, body odor, mucous in stools, joint pains, abdominal pains, rashes and a multitude of others. If you have parasites, you may have one or more of these symptoms or none at all. By the time symptoms appear, breakdown has occurred.
In my practice, I always find parasites and worms associated with the following diseases: Diabetes, hypoglycemia, juvenile diabetes, anorexia, asthma, depression, anemia, chronic fatigue syndrome, AIDS, cancer, tumors, anorexia, bulimia, colitis, epilepsy, hyper-activity syndromes, learning disabilities, baldness, prostate trouble, appendicitis (the appendix is a favorite place for parasites), elevated white blood counts, Hodgkin's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, psoriasis, some excemas, leukemia, lymphoma, arthritis, leprosy, ulcerative colitis, low hemoglobin, poor blood quality, iron deficiencies and most bowel disorders.
How do we become infested?
Infestation can come from a number of sources: Walking barefoot in contaminated soil; eating unclean fruits and vegetables (especially water-cress), raw meat, raw fish (sushi), drinking contaminaced water supplies; sexual intercourse, auto-intoxication from poor nutrition, liver flukes, kissing pets, working in the garden, mucus-forming foods, lack of proper bowel flora or proper digestive enzymes.
Why don't we hear more stories like mine?
It is not a subject the general public discusses, either because of embarrassment or people not knowing that they have parasites. Ninety percent of my patients have worms and yet are totally unaware of it. They know they have diabetes, cancer, etc., but not that parasites directly or indirectly caused or contributed to their disease. For example, cancer is simply a symptom indicating a body that is auto-intoxicated with parasites, worms, yeast, virus and other bacteria, and whose colon lacks beneficial flora.
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