How Many Parasites Do You Think You Have?

If your answer is none, you have a lot to learn about parasites and your own health. If instead, after much research and great deliberation, you finally come around to the idea that you can entertain the possibility that you are ready to speculate as to whether one parasite (just one, mind you) might be at the root of your health symptoms, then you need to read this article. The fact is that the average person has 10 SPECIES of parasite and doesn’t even know it. That’s not to say that having a parasite is good for you, just that it’s so … Read the full article…

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Why you keep getting parasites…and how to stop the cycle

What if getting a parasite wasn’t only something that happened to somebody else, but also applied to you? I have a pet theory that Edvard Munch’s painting The Scream (detail shown above) was inspired by his reaction to the knowledge that all humans host an average of 6 to 8 parasites until they get dewormed. Whether you end up having 8 or only 1, the fact remains: having no parasites at all is preferable.

There are 4 obvious steps to eliminating parasites, so the 5th step is the one everyone seems to overlook:

STEP 1 is to locate the parasite:  they can thrive in 3 body regions: 1) the intestines, 2) the blood stream or 3) any part of your body tissue, including the organs, the glands, the skin, scalp, eyes and brain. It is an uncomfortable thought that to parasites we are food, but it may provide some small consolation to know that some of them (giardia and the amoeba, for example) are microscopic.
STEP 2 is to identify it: it is ideal if parasites can be visually identified in a stool test but this almost never happens, so it is usually necessary to use alternative means to clarify which species you’ve picked up. A muscle testing analysis is probably the most accurate when done scientifically.
STEP 3 is to treat it: an unappreciated fact is that each species needs its own treatment. Many approaches work, but few work on all species. It seems the most universal treatment modality is electrode therapy, which works on all species but one in 5 minutes.
STEP 4 is to confirm the treatment worked. If after step 3, you can’t find the parasite, then logically, what you did in Step 3 must have worked. Where it hasn’t worked, that’s fine, at least now you know what doesn’t work and that will make your search more efficient. Eventually, something will work.
But STEP 5 is the step most people miss: stop the cycle of getting them back. You got them from somewhere to begin with, so chances are you will get them again unless you learn how to stop reinfecting.

This article is about Step 5: How to stop the cycle of getting parasites… again.

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Major Breakthrough: Eliminating Parasites in 5 Minutes

The timeline for eliminating parasites has been reduced to 5 minutes per species. This represents a significant improvement over the previous processes of taking parasite medicines (which could drag on for up to 4 months with ordering, etc.) and using sound frequencies (which was only effective on 50% of the people who tried it). The new technique works in approx 5 minutes on every species of parasite. More to the point it works 100% of the time on every person, making it an appropriate, convenient, universal solution to the parasite problem.

The science is based on the same vibrational frequency that is the reason sound therapy works, but with this new approach the frequency is not translated into sound but rather, left in its root form as pure energy and conveyed through the skin in an ultra-low voltage format via medical-grade electrodes placed on the wrists and ankles. This solves the problem of sound therapy working inconsistently. Electrode therapy works on everyone.

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The Tapeworm I Found in my Salad Dressing with a Microscope

First the tapeworm I found in my cheese and now this… I’m seeing a pattern…

Having developed a way to use a muscle testing analysis to identify whether something has a parasite before finding out the hard way by actually eating it, life has become much more simple. If product produces a weak muscle testing response, I assume there are parasite eggs in it and don’t eat it. But I don’t like to assume…

I was having this conversation with a student one day and a very valid question came up: when something tests as if it has a tapeworm in it, for example, what are we actually finding? The carcass of a tapeworm, tapeworm eggs or some other agent that only looks like a tapeworm? I had always assumed it was the eggs we were finding but that lead to an obvious challenge, which I readily accepted: if it’s testing for tapeworm eggs, there must be evidence to prove this scientifically. Not that muscle testing isn’t scientific but it is more open to interpretation than something you can physically see.

So this is what we did…

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12 TV Commercials that are really about a parasite you didn’t know you had

During one of my recent trips to an out of town clinic, I had a spare hour to catch up on the news on a hotel TV. What fascinated me wasn’t the news, it was the TV commercials. Every commercial was about a health condition directly caused by a parasite.

To be clear, parasites weren’t the subject of the commercials. They weren’t even referred to. Instead, each commercial was about a product intended to manage a symptom. But I knew from experience that each of these symptoms was a side effect of having a parasite. Whether it be bad breath, dandruff, inflammation or the so-called common cold, people all across the world suffer from conditions that would be best treated by identifying and eliminating the parasite that causes them. But this wasn’t mentioned in a single ad.

Do the advertisers simply not know this? Did you know this? Here’s a subject list of the commercials I watched and below that, notes on the corresponding parasite that is most likely causing each condition:

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Understanding Vibrational Frequency: Cracking the Sound Code

We’ve all heard about vibrational medicine and the internet is full of sound videos that claim they play a frequency that will heal you if you listen to it. Then there are the energy entrepreneurs, a new breed of salesman who pedals products (lamps, light pads, zappers, mysterious boxes that sit on your countertop and other fine doodads) with claims of healing powers that make snake oil seem potent by comparison.

But interestingly enough, in the realm of particle physics at least some of these claims are possible. Here is a link to an article about researchers at Arizona State University who are trying to find the correct vibrational frequency to kill a virus. By the same reasoning, it is possible to kill a parasite with a frequency that targets it, but not you. This is called the Terminal Frequency of the parasite. I’ve been doing some research in this area with the intention of finding an alternative to the use of medications in parasite elimination, and I think I’ve finally come up with something.

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A Good Night’s Sleep: The End of Insomnia & Sleeplessness

Even as a child, I didn’t sleep like a baby. I think I already had Giardia at that point; I probably got it from the public swimming pool (chlorine doesn’t kill Giardia) or the drinking fountain at my elementary school, which had pipes older than my grandmother. People just didn’t understand parasites back then. I guess they still don’t…the CDC still reinforces the misconception that Giardia is only an intestinal condition whereas in fact it very quickly gets into the thyroid, brain and pineal gland and causes a host of other symptoms from asthma to migraines to, yes, insomnia.

hardy-boysI certainly didn’t have the understanding to put into language at that age the fact that I couldn’t get to sleep like everyone else did was because Giardia was clogging my pineal gland. Instead, I pretended to go to sleep, and then when everyone else in the house was asleep, I’d turn the light back on and read a book (there was no internet, this was the 1970’s). I read the complete hardy boys 2x and then moved onto other sets. Sometimes I was so awake I’d start and finish a whole book that night.

It got to the point where I couldn’t sleep until dawn, so I’d always sleep in until noon. This didn’t meet with a favourable reception in High School but in University, I’d pick afternoon and evening classes. When I finally had to be on an adult’s schedule, I’d force going to sleep. This meant I’d wake up in the middle of the night, usually from 2 a.m. to 5 a.m.. That went on for another 15 years.

It was only when I started eliminating my parasites, and when my sleep problem suddenly went away, that I realized how much of a problem sleep had been for all those years.

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There’s No Such Thing as Food Poisoning: It’s always a Parasite

Since the average person I consult with has about 6 parasites, the most common question I hear is “how did I get these things”? “Well,” I ask, “have you ever had food poisoning?” Everybody has had food poisoning at least once. Some people have had it 5 or more times over the course of their lives. What I’m proposing is that each time you have food poisoning, you pick up a parasite. If you have had it 5x, that’s probably 5 different parasites. You can pick up a parasite without getting sick, but if you did get food poisoning, you certainly got … Read the full article…

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The Tapeworm I Found in my Cheese And the 7 Experiments I did with it

One morning there was a tapeworm in my cheese. Not a fully-grown tapeworm obviously, they can live for 25 years and be anywhere from 15 feet long (pork tapeworm) to 25 feet (beef tapeworm) to 60 feet (the fish tapeworm). I would have noticed something that long in my cheese. No, these were just tapeworm eggs. I was on a road trip to one of the remote clinics I visit in Alberta. I had felt fine all day but at midnight when I was trying to go to sleep, my heart started pounding. That was my first indication that something had gone … Read the full article…

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Your Personal Parasite Thermometer

Most of the time when you’re running a fever, or think you have a cold or the flu, what your immune system is actually fighting is a parasite. It’s not that colds (the Rhinovirus) or the flu (Influenza) don’t exist, only that you’re incredibly unlikely to get them. What you’re likely to get is a parasite, and since the symptoms of a parasite are virtually identical to colds (nasal congestion, lung congestion, coughing, fever, headache) and flus (fever, upset stomach, vomiting, back pain, diarrheal response), it’s easy to overlook the obvious. The problem is that sometimes picking up a parasite doesn’t cause any symptoms at … Read the full article…

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Parasite Statistics

There is a 3-in-1 chance you have a parasite… That means you’re 300% likely to have one, or expressed differently, 100% likely to have 3 different species. Bear in mind that within a species, you may only have one organism (like a large tapeworm) or you could have thousands (such as small hookworms) or millions (such as microscopic giardia). The average parasite count for a relatively healthy adult is 4 species but it is not uncommon to be in the 20+ range.  There are over 100 species of parasite you are likely to have. The problem is that it is difficult to know … Read the full article…

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An Analysis of Rheumatoid Arthritis: The Disease and the Cure

Rheumatoid Arthritis (R.A.) is a condition that is based on a misunderstanding of bone marrow and the immune system, in the same way that osteoporosis is a condition rooted in a set of misconceptions about bone density. Even so, you may well ask why the header image for this article is that of an ancient Cornwall tin mine. As you’ll see, I was trying to be clever.

While not always known for being clever, I am known for providing accurate muscle testing analyses of parasites and metal toxicities that lead to the quick, easy resolution of many modern medical conditions. In this article I will share the success I have had in halting, reversing and resolving the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis.

To place this in its proper historical context, here’s a quick history of rheumatoid arthritis.

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The End of Osteoporosis: The Way Out of the Maze

If you already have osteoporosis, this article is your roadmap out of the maze. If you don’t have it, this will serve as an explanation of how not to get it. A scientific understanding of bone health will enable everyone to avoid osteoporosis, whether they have it or not.

For osteoporosis to come to an end, the first thing we need to understand is that the definition of the word is not entirely accurate:

os·te·o·po·ro·sis: ästēōpəˈrōsəs/
noun: a medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue, typically as a result of hormonal changes, or deficiency of calcium or vitamin D.

If we accept that hormones, calcium or vitamin D deficiency cause osteoporosis, we’re stuck in a maze with no exit. Here’s what a maze with no exit looks like and this is exactly how the world currently sees osteoporosis:

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The Common Thread in Auto-Immune Conditions: Parasites and Metal Toxicity

In the early part of the 21st century, an internet search of the term “autoimmune” still brings up some variation of the defeatist concept that there is no cure, that your immune system is like a guided missile and you’re the target.

Wikipedia lists over 100 documented autoimmune disorders and I recently heard the number 400. It seems they’re discovering new ones all the time. If these were guided missiles you could make the argument that some war was happening. And that’s exactly what it feels like for someone suffering from one of these conditions, but the war is inside the body. Why does the immune system fire on itself and how can we stop it? 

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