Enzymes Help to Kill Worms - Part 3
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.
When you take away the parasites’ glucose they have a harder time with surviving. Parasites depend on glucose which is why they throw you a craving for something sweet. For this reason, your craving for sugar might actually not be your own, but their desire for it to keep them thriving. There have been scientific studies showing that parasites do and will manipulate their host’s behavior; therefore, manipulating a person to eat sugary foods isn’t so strange.
Here’s another example to spoil your food for the parasites. Say, for instance, you want cheese and crackers, but make a slight change in the type of food. Try pepper jack cheese which is flavorful and hot spicy, with thin wafer crackers instead of a rich cracker like Ritz (as an example). Parasites don’t like sour, bitter, or spicy foods which is why I had squeezed lime or lemon on sweet fruits; such as, strawberries or blueberries to see if it will make a difference. I believe that it did somehow.
The key is to breakdown the parasites’ outer skin layer with enzymes so that toxic herbs can affect them. Hulda Clark mentioned something about enzymes too, but when I used her suggestions it did nothing for me. Perhaps, it didn’t work because my diet didn’t change or those were the wrong enzymes… hard to know for sure. Regardless, food enzymes have been proven to breakdown parasites in scientific studies and in my own small experimentation with proof that was satisfactory.
By including the wet fiber of pineapple it will help clearing the bowel channel too of hidden matter in the intestinal tract a lot easier than dry fiber which can bulk up causing constipation problems. I notice when I eat a lot of pineapple parasite movement is barely noticeable. First thing in the morning taking the protocol and right before sleep taking a little extra formula helps too to keep them less active at night or to keep them sick. Essentially, some kind of formula should be taken 4 times a day. Brushing with one drop of Oregano Oil (beware it can burn) and toothpaste was helpful. The purpose for doing this is to take away all of their chances to survive.
I found this on another site Sassy’s Blog about enzymes and breaking down proteins.
What do Pineapples, Papaya, Kiwi & Figs Have in Common?
These 4 fruits contain enzymes that make great tenederizers for meats.
The proteases enzymes break down the sinew and fibers in the meat. The most common of these is Bromelain which is the stems of the pineapple that have been juiced. The fruit contains Bromelain also but the is stem would otherwise be unused. Wonderful tenderizer without wasting a valuable part of the plant.
Placing pineapple slices on your meat at room temperature is a great way to tenderize but know that if you leave the pineapple on the meat too long, you will break down the fibers of the meat and the texture will change from the standard for that particular cut of meat, producing mushy meat.
Bromelain can also be obtained at health food stores in capsules. Just break open a couple of capsules and rub onto the meat. You can also mix this in with your herb blends and rub onto your prized steak, roast or any other meat when you want to highlight the flavor.
Papaya contains papain = papaya proteinase
Kiwi contains actinidin = protein-dissolving enzyme
Figs contain ficin = proteases known as the cysteine endopeptidases
all of which are great alternatives to MSG, also known as Monosodium glutamate
Breaking down meats fiber also means PARASITES can turn into mush! One other fruit not mentioned, is called breadfruit, mainly because it isn’t popular in America. This fruit is well known in the tropics. Breadfruit is not that sweet and I remember the consistency being somewhat spongy. Breadfruit is usually baked. This fruit and papaya are high in natural latex; latex is an anthelmintic that use to be given as a remedy to kill parasites but it is still used in South America and Asian countries.
Sassy mentions buying bromelain pills but I know for a fact that they aren’t that effective because of added fillers to products.
A healthful diet includes large amounts of fresh vegetables and fruits, both cooked and raw. Fermented vegetables, like sauerkraut, pickled (not with vinegar) carrots, cucumbers, and beets, are good sources of enzymes. Grapes, figs, avocados, dates, bananas, papayas, pineapples, kiwis and mangoes are fruits with a high enzyme content. Cooking vegetables with lemon juice helps to preserve their vitamin content.
Came across the alkaline/acid food chart.
Found an interesting piece on papaya enzyme.
An anti-aging supplement was created decades ago by Japanese scientists who realized that individuals with regular amounts of papaya in their diets experienced health benefits. The researchers created fermented papaya preparation, which is made of the slippery, melon-textured fruit that has been slowly fermented with specific yeasts and dried into a powder. It has been touted as a superior anti-oxidant, powerful immune-booster and “one of Japan’s secrets to a long and healthy life,” according to Dr. Holly Lucille, a California-based naturopathic doctor. More than 30 studies on the supplement have been conducted in Japan to determine if the chemistry of papaya can boost an individual’s longevity. Research has shown that papaya fermented with yeast can slowly increase the strength of certain white blood cells that eradicate the body of harmful viruses and bacteria. It also revealed that the use of this supplement helps rid the body of harmful free radicals.
Papaya extract has been proven to slow the development of cancer cells in a laboratory setting via cell cultures, according to Healthfinder.gov. The extract has no long-term effect on the drinker and affects 10 different forms of cancers, including breast, cervix, lung and pancreas.
The fact that killing enzymes can penetrate mucous in both incidents is an indicator that this is a missing link in a protocol! Enzymes are responsible for many functions in our body. A couple of years ago I did some reading on enzymes to refresh my memory and to give me a different perspective on how I’ve overlooked their importance in the past. If you’re on a protocol, a deeper consideration to include enzymes and enzymatic foods might make a difference or the breakthrough that you’ve been looking for. The problem is that people will see the word ‘enzymes’ and will take any type or a generic brand, and I’ve found in my experimentation that it is useless. Live, raw food enzymes are excellent, and special enzymes formulated to breakdown proteins are invaluable.
Will use this to help me eliminate parasites.
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Thank you. I'm glad that you have found this information helpful. I did another post on enzymes; here's the link if you haven't seen it.
I was recently diagnosed with Acanthamoeba. I have read that they can form cysts which protect them from temperature and PH changes.
Do you think the enzymes can help kill Acanthomoeba also?
You have a lot going on. Please know that your list of symptoms aren't unusual in dealing with microbial infections. In regard to your question, you might to read another post that I did about enzymes.
It would be a good idea to read more on the suggested enzymes than my post, but special formulated enzymes can help with breaking down cysts or the protective covering (biofilms)on ALL microbes. On your own you'll need to experiment with dosage and to find a protocol to deal the organisms afflicting you. Once this layer is removed or holes punched into it (in your case a cysts covering) the offending organism can be directly attacked. Here's a perfect example that can help you understand about protective covering.
It is a fact that bacteria in our mouth will cling to teeth. Certain bacterium, however, can be more harmful than good with causing gum or tooth damage. Sugar is used by these organism to thrive more rapidly. A build-up on teeth (beginning stages of plaque) can produce a slimy feeling -- biofilms are produced by bacterium, as a layer to protect itself (a survival mechanism). Biofilms allows the bacterium underneath it to cause decay and a smell could be toxins being thrown off by the organism. Overtime the layer can become thick and hard to get rid of. This same scenario basically occurs with amoebas, fungi/molds, worms, and as mentioned bacterium.
I hope that the above explanation helps you.
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