Ensure you’re parasite free
Ensure you’re parasite free
Studies show that cancer patients run a great risk of developing enteroparasitic infections, as they are more susceptible to opportunistic agents due to anticancer treatment and are already immunocompromised because of the disease itself. These opportunistic infections are usually more severe in this group of individuals, and may even lead to fatal complications.
According to this study, cancer patients run a great risk of developing enteroparasitic infections, as they are more susceptible to opportunistic agents due to anticancer treatment and are already immunocompromised because of the disease itself. These opportunistic infections are usually more severe in this group of individuals, and may even lead to fatal complications. Of the 73 participants in the study, 45 (61.6%) were positive for one or more parasitic species…
How do you remove the problem?
5 Steps – starve the parasite, kill the parasite, hold with effective and active probiotics, replenish your lost commensal bacteria, feed the good guys to boost levels of good bacteria.
Starve – cut out all cows´ milk products; yeast products (alcohol, bread, marmite, Oxo, common vinegars, mushrooms); all common sugar and high glycaemic foods (like fizzy soft drinks and refined wheat); all sweet fruits (especially citrus) and cucumbers, marrows, squash; and cooked high sugar root vegetables (carrots, beetroot, parsnips).
Kill – many things ´work´ – like sweet wormwood (artemisinin), caprylic acid (coconut), Pau d´Arco, Neem, garlic, black walnut, cloves, fennel, bee propolis and hot chillies.
Hold – use a quality probiotic that contains L. Acidophilus, L. rhamnosus and Bifidobacteria. The first two produce lactic acid to hold pathogens in check, the bifido can attack them. L. rhamnosus also heals the gut wall and ´conducts the orchestra´ – increasing the good guys, and reducing the pathogens. Bifidobacterium infantis is excellent against gut problems like IBS.
Replenish – use foods with good (commensal) bacteria in them: like Kefir, sauerkraut, unpasteurised cheese, apple cider vinegar. These will add lost bacteria back into the gut. And healing your gut means you can start to heal your body.
Feed the good guys – people who consume the highest levels of soluble natural fibre have the highest immune systems. That means eating whole oats, and pulses like lentils.
Use immune boosters if you need – Natural Vitamin C with bioflavenoids, chlorella, total Vitamin E, zinc and selenium. Fish oils with added Vitamin D help gastro-intestinal deficiencies. Essiac, Biobran MGN-3, beta-glucans, astragalus, grape seed extract, cat´s claw and echinacea all boost the immune response.
Cut your glucose and fructose to a minimum. And lactose in cows´ dairy. They feed yeasts and cancer cells. Avoid fizzy soft drinks, puddings, refined or packaged foods, common bread or pasta, cake, bought fruit juice and smoothies, biscuits and refined honey.
Many fungi don´t leave, they just become dormant spores. Don´t let them come back to life. Stick to your diet.
Detox – no, not some trendy liquid in a jar – use psyllium seeds and flaxseed with your green juices and smoothies (time to get a Nutribullet), take an Epsom Salts liver flush, or even have colonic irrigation – it´s a quick way to remove all the dead cells. The Yeast and Parasite Killer mentioned above … is also a colon cleanse.
Biomagnetic Pair therapy
This therapy consists in a trained therapist strategically placing magnets with the correct potency (1000 gauss strength) on the body of a patient to change the pH of the organs treated. When the pH of said organ is neutral, this makes it inhabitable for cancer cells as well as other microorganisms.
Bacteria and parasites live and grow in an alkaline environment while fungus and viruses live and grow in an acidic environment but neither can live in an environment with a neutral pH (7,4). This pH is obtained by placing a set of magnets with opposing polarities, one positive and the other negative, on the pairs of organs affected by the pathogen.
Source: Budwig Center