I haven’t written a post in a while with regards to how I’ve been feeling. I’m still doing really well. In fact, I’ve never felt better!
Some time ago I made some posts regarding last series of Monsters Inside Me. Recently there has been another new series airing so I thought I’d post some more regarding the programme.
So, again, here are some new write-ups, as I understood the programme, after watching the new series Monsters Inside Me aired by Discovery/Animal Planet.
I wrote a post back in April regarding the sudden appearance of a lump on my left wrist/hand. I first noticed this lump way back in February. It is called a ganglion.
Sometime ago a good friend told me that they were diagnosed with Strongyloides stercorales (aka threadworms). This is a pretty nasty parasite and life-threatening. My friend isn’t 100% sure how they became infected. However, doctors have speculated that it could have been a trip made years ago while visiting another country. They were given Ivermeticin, but I’m uncertain if their problem has been resolved.
Someone wrote a recent comment with regards to one of my posts and has highlighted something I wasn’t aware of.
Back in February I noticed a weird, strange lump appear literally overnight on my wrist. I wasn’t sure at first what it was. I got a bit of a shock when I first saw it. It was quite big. Here’s a picture of my hand showing the lump.
Your Eyes and Your Health
Biblical predictions about plagues along with the medical establishment’s recent confirming alert of more superbugs will become a reality one day. People may want to scoff at these kinds of things; however, in the mid-1980’s I was told that bottled water maybe necessary because tap water could be unsafe. It was predicted that buying bottled water would be a common practice within a 10-15 year period of time. Perrier and a competitor was new back then. At the time, the notion of purchasing water was ‘crazy’ to me. I couldn’t imagine it. Why would I buy water when it is free, right? Well, here I am thirsting after bottled or filtered water whenever I can drink it because tap water standards are questionable. As for antibiotic resistance, believe it!
The public is assaulted with endless remedies for digestive problems and it appears that the disorder or infection is growing out of control. I know many people who have been diagnosed with the mysterious IBS label. I’ve decided to look into this a little deeper for people who don’t know what to do or who have given up with their doctors. There are two pathogens that might give insight to this rising problem.
The protozoan Blastocystis hominis (B. hominis) is a difficult pathogen because it is a single cell organism that morphs. Despite this, it is believed that this parasite and the other protozoan, Dientamoeba fragilis (D. fragilis), may play a key role in IBS symptoms. Additionally, other co-infective parasites can’t be ruled out as contributing factors; and, these too are often overlooked. The blog “Journal of Forbidden Research” summarizes this prevailing misunderstood problem in a nutshell.
[Note: all emphasis below are mine and not within original publications.]
I recently wrote updated posts with regards to my improved symptoms. I wanted to write a separate post with regards to the weird looking eye organisms as I receive a lot of comments about my earlier post in my blog.
In this last post, I’d like to share more about enzymes and foods that contain them.
You want to spoil the parasites’ meal ticket where the nutrients go to you and fewer to them. For instance, put a 1/4 teaspoon of bitter herbs in a little water and drink before eating; or chew on cloves or eat a sliver or two of fresh ginger root. Here’s a little tidbit of trivia for you…. fresh ginger breaks down meat in the stomach faster than any other spice ingredient which is why the Asians use it often in their cooking. In eating sushi the Japanese add slivers of ginger along with hot wasabi (horseradish) with their dish to help kill off parasites. Ginger also helps clear away mucous which is why it is often added to cold remedies.
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