Parasites / Fungus / Viruses

Causes of DIS-EASE:

Parasites / Fungus / Viruses

WHAT IS A VIRUS?

Viruses that cause infections are much smaller than bacteria and can pass through the smallest cellular filters of the body.  Some examples of viral infections are colds, flu, tonsillitis, hepatitis, herpes, measles, some bladder infections and asthma.

They have many shapes ranging from “mini space probes” to tiny cut jewels. Viruses are in a class of their own. They are not considered a life form, like bacteria, fungus or parasites.  Viruses are tiny units of protein that are animated by the energy of our own cells.

Once the virus enters the cell, it takes over the nucleus(brain of cell) and is then able to use the raw materials within the nucleus to reproduce itself.  In this process, the original cells are usually damaged and other cells are invaded as the virus begins to take over.

Meanwhile, the viruses are so well hidden inside the walls of the cells that the immune system in unable to destroy them. The immune system will not kill its own cells, so the viruses continue to remain shielded as they reproduce within the cell.

Viruses have some other interesting characteristics.  They can remain inactive per for periods of time and re-surface again when we are stressed.  Some examples of this are seen with the Epstein-Barr virus and the herpes virus.

For this reason, viruses cannot be controlled with antibiotics. Other drugs such as anti-inflamatories and anti-histamines are often used to relieve the symptoms. They do not actually kill the virus.

Many with the autism and lyme diagnosis test positive for viruses, especially those having seizures as well accompanied by these dis-eases.

SOLUTIONS FOR VIRUSES

Because of the stealth characteristic of viruses and their link to aging and chronic disease, the most effective physical treatments would be holistic in nature.  The goal of this type of treatment would be to improve the overall condition of the body, not just attempt to “kill the virus”.

Some of the more serious diseases related to viruses include diabetes, thyroid disease, endometriosis, and cancer.  These type of conditions generally take years to develop.

Depending on the health of the individual, the treatment program will vary, but will include:

1- The use of advanced “energy medicine”, such as homeopathy
2- Re-build and strengthen the immune system  to fight existing viruses and other disease agents in the body
3- Repair organs that have been damaged by the viruses
4- Remove toxic drugs and chemicals from the body
5- Improve the body’s ability to repair and detoxify itself
6- Repair cellular damage
7- The use of balanced nutritional supplements to treat deficiencies, and maintain proper acid/alkaline balance
8- Make the necessary lifestyle changes to maintain good health.

PARASITE:

A plant or animal that lives on or in an organism of another species from which it derives sustenance or protection without benefiting the host and usually doing harm.(Webster’s New World Dictionary)

HOW DO WE CATCH PARASITES:

Humans can pick up worms and parasites in food we eat, from water we drink, from our pets, parks, beaches and lakes.  Due to western doctors  typical misdiagnoses and lack of training you many have parasitic infections without knowing it.  Most individuals do not know they are infected Standards labs and stool analysis will typically turn out negative while the symptoms are ever present.

Parasites / Worms can Drasticallty Affect Your Health

  • There are thousands of varieties of known parasites.(Nobody really knows how many kinds of parasites there are – millions, perhaps tens of millions if you include viruses and fungi.)
  • Parasites range in size from the smallest virus, 1/1000 of a micron(a millionth of a meter), to 100-foot long whale tapeworms.
  • Some parasites live on the surface of their hosts such as mites, fleas and ticks. Others, like amoebae, flukes and tapeworms, live deep inside the host in areas such as the blood, liver, heart and intestines.
  • Many parasites have adapted for living in the blood and tissue fluids of the human body.
  • Most humans house more than one form of parasites, including worms, flukes, amoebae and various types of fungus such as candida.  There are thousands of varieties of fungi, which are considered part of the parasite family as well.
  • Most laboratory analysis is not equipped to identify parasites located outside th intestines. In the United States, health professionals are taught that parasites are predominately a problem of third world countries.  Lack of education, as well and poor laboratory testing procedures, make it difficult for medical doctors and other health care professionals to properly diagnose and treat common parasites.

Typical Parasitic Infection Symptoms:

  • Stomach pain
  • Anemia
  • B-12 deficiency
  • Worsening vision
  • Chills
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Coughing
  • Colitis
  • Mild to extreme central nervous system issues
  • Diarrhea or constipation
  • Depletion of many nutrients
  • Headaches
  • Insomnia
  • Iron deficiency
  • Rectal itching
  • Immunodeficiency
  • Memory loss
  • Muscle spasms
  • Joint pain
  • Unusual weight loss or gain
  • Weakness or fatigue
  • Vaginitis
  • Chest pain
  • Fever
  • Dizziness
  • Unusual sweating
  • Skin ulcers
  • Lung congestion
  • Jaundice
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Enlargement of various organs

WHAT IS A FUNGUS

A microscopic parasite from the plant family

Fungus or the plural form, Fungi are technically parasites because they thrive on the body’s abundant supply of minerals and sugars.  There are many varieties of fungi, including yeasts and molds that can cause disease in humans.  Most pople know of Candida albicans because it is the most well know disease causing fungus.  Others include mutated forms that are resistant to the usual treatments as well as fungi that form colonies capable of invading human tissue.

Fungus can normally be found inside the intestines or in the environment such as on the skin, on pets, in foods and in carpets.

The real problem starts when the immune system becomes weakened and fungus has the opportunity to grow out of control.

Many, if not most fungal infections start with the use of antibiotics.  In some individuals, even a single does of antibiotics is enough to cause an  overgrowth of fungus. This occurs when the antibiotics wipe out the beneficial bacteria found in the intestines. When the balance of the gut is disturbed by the elimination of good bacteria, harmful organisms such and anti-biotic resistant bacteria, fungi and other parasites rapidly multiply.

Fungi are often very aggressive and difficult to control because they can form nests or colonies that spread throughout the intestines.  This can be compared to moss growing on rocks, except the fungus is able to adhere to the infinite number or crevices found in the intestinal walls.  Fungi also secrete various enzymes and chemical waste products that can accumulate in the human body. These toxins can cause behavioral changes such as hyperactivity and depression in people who are susceptible to fungal infections.

Gradually the fungus makes its way into the blood stream.  Once in the blood, a fungus can reproduce quite easily. A tiny piece breaks off and the “bud” starts a new plant.  This can cause a population explosion, especially since there is plenty of sugar and other nutrients in the blood for fungus to survive rather well. Fungi are capable of traveling through the blood to every organ including the brain.

Furthermore, to complicate matters, according to recent research, fungi are suspected of carrying viruses that link into various cells of the body, including brain and nerve cells.  They have adapted very well to the human body and reproduce easily, they steal important nutrients, they make you crave sugar and carbohydrates. If you try to kill them of, they can make you feel sick.

FUNGUS LEADING TO HEALTH PROBLEMS

You may notice that when you get sick, you are prone to the same types of infections. As an adult they may be the same ones you had when you were younger.  Maybe you rarely get sick, but when you do, you tend to have the same sore throat, lung infection or sinus congestion. This pattern of illness is not a coincident.  The earlier infections are often locked in at deeper levels of the body and resurface again when the body becomes weakened.

Here is a typical scenario of how fungus and other underlying infections can cause a chain reaction of poor health:

Take a person that had ear infections and sore throats as a child. After a few years and several courses of antibiotics, they seem to recover just fine. Then, some time after they get another sore throat.

They take another course of antibiotics and they feel better.  The sore throat may come back every couple of years, but for the most part, this person is considered pretty healthy by most standards.

Remember, antibiotics target bacteria – both good and bad.  They do not kill resistant bacteria, flu or other viruses.  The symptoms seem to “disappear” for now, until the next time the body becomes weakened or predisposes again.

With the periodic use of antibiotics over time, a body becomes quite populated by fungus.  It gradually spreads in the intestines and into the blood, and begins to cause a variety of symptoms in other parts of the body such as poor digestions, food allergies, vaginal infections, joint pains, headaches and overall fatigue.

Since the immune system is already under stress, the person may notice that they have developed chronic sinus infections that don’t seem to go away.  At this point, they may be sent to an ENT who says the person has allergies.  Some doctors recommend a few week of an allergy medication to reduce inflammation in the nasal passages.  Some recommend allergy shots(which caused life threatening anaphylactic shock in me and hospitalization for two days).  The person gets some relief, their nose is not so stuffy, they can sleep better and they are happy that problems have gone away. Or have they?

What about the indigestion, gas, bloating, depression, joint pains, headaches, fatigue and chronic vaginal infections?  We then take an ant-acid, SSRI for depression, over the counter headache medication and vaginal cream.

For many people this vicious cycle of “quick fixes” is a common scenario. Unfortunately this fictitious person may actually represent quite a large number of people, myself included.  Despite advances in modern science, we have developed the potential for serious health problems with no real solution in sight – just a down spiral of more drugs to “stuff” the symptoms just waiting for another replay.

Fortunately, there are treatment methods available that are natural and effective, aimed at improving the condition of the entire body.  My son and I have been human experiments of both.

PREVENT DISEASE BY TREATING THE UNDERLYING CAUSE

I never stop with a diagnosis. I want to know where it came from, what caused it, how to find and cure the root cause. This has lead our family to focusing on enhancing the immune system and eliminating the numerous hidden infections caused by parasites, fungi, viruses and bacteria.   More symptoms of infections are listed:

  • Allergies
  • Anemia
  • Appendicitis(chronic type)
  • Asthma
  • Arthritis(joint inflammation)
  • Chronic candida and other fungal condition
  • Chronic fatigue
  • Colitis(inflammation of the colon)
  • Constipation
  • Crohn’s disease(inflammation of the small intestines)
  • Depression
  • Diabetes and pre-Diabetic conditions
  • Diarrhea
  • Ear infections
  • Irritabel bowel syndrome
  • Liver problems
  • Lupus
  • Migraines
  • Psoriasis
  • Rashes, various forms
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • Sinus infections
  • Warts
  • Weight problems

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