Food allergies: parasites the cause? Also, parasites may mean inconsistent cleansing results
Food allergies: parasites may cause their onset; Also, parasites may be the cause of inconsistent cleansing results
Date: 11/8/2005 10:02:32 AM ( 15 y ) ... viewed 6496 times
Hello all; as mentioned in my first blog posting, during several years of searching for info on food allergies I ran into citations from a few people who stated that they had been cured of food allergies following specific parasite eradication. The citations I had found sounded credible to me, and were from sources that weren’t selling anything. Aha! Hope perhaps? That could explain why so many people have acquired food allergies, they weren’t born with them, so their sudden development later might be due to a parasite moving into their body somewhere.
So let’s think this through: my last posting discusses inconsistency of results from use of cleansing herb capsules. Perhaps this inconsistency of results could also be due to parasites. Maybe the nasty critters got up off of their little couches, stretched, and decided to multiply that particular day, giving off more toxins than usual and causing more constipation than usual. Maybe something I ate one day fueled their growth and led to lack of results from the cleansing herbs the next day…could be. I do not have classic candida symptoms at all (no vaginal symptoms, and no craving for sweets), so whatever parasite I may have, I’m not sure what kind of foods would be feeding them, or not feeding them. Some say that people with food allergies should avoid all of their allergens to try to eliminate parasites. Well, “hermit land” * isn’t an option for me right now. Following a mucousless diet plan to avoid mucous buildup in the gut to avoid feeding critters sounds good for some people, but I’m allergic to so many fruits and vegetables that I really can’t follow that plan.
Thus, the plan of attack seems to be to continue the laxative herbs and hope to clean the bowel walls enough to get anti parasite products to work. Despite trying dozens of anti-parasite products in the past, they haven’t done anything for me…with two exceptions: ozonated olive oil, and the use of a zapper.
Details on the two anti-parasite products that did something for me:
When I take even just a tiny amount of ozonated olive oil, I usually get severe headaches, a nauseus feeling, and hypoglycemia the next day. This might be good, if this is diet-off happening! The headaches, slight nausea, and hypoglycemia that result are completely different from anything I normally experience, and only happen that way after taking the ozonated. And more importantly, in the following days after the one dose of ozonated, I’ll sometimes suddenly see dried mucus in my stools, that I normally never see. This could be the result of parasites biting the dust.
As for the zapper, I use it regularly now, but it no longer causes any progress. Yet last year it completely fixed the following problem: In winter 2004 for a short time I tried an all –raw diet that included lots of fruit, and suddenly my low level problem with hypoglycemia at that time bloomed into an every hour thing. I found myself battling the low blood sugar for a month after quitting the high-fruit diet, trying everything from isocort, dessicated adrenal caps, and licorice to extreme special eating plans, and was still waking up in the middle of the night with low blood sugar during that month. It was severe! Then one day I pulled my zapper out of storage, and on a whim used it. Low blood sugar disappeared that day, and didn’t return the next, so I zapped the following days and never had low blood sugar like that again. Big news everyone! hypoglycemia can be caused by parasites! Some type of critter was feeding off all of the fruit sugar that I had eaten on the diet and multiplied, and it happened to be a critter that lived near the adrenals or pancreas and causes hypoglycemia (not all do, apparently). The zapper happened to reach it. Happy ending to that little story.
So North, what are you doing now? Answer: using the zapper as maintenance, but it won’t reach into deep areas of the bowels, and so my theory is that it won’t kill whatever parasites are causing me my food allergies. What about the ozonated olive oil - maybe the fact that it causes so many die-off symptoms means that it is uniquely qualified to kill whatever critter happens to be bugging me…or maybe the ozonated simply doesn’t agree with me! Arg, I hope that’s not all it is.
To sum up, the current plan for me is to continue the laxative herbs, adding in a little psyllium on days I feel that I can tolerate it, and hope to clean the bowel walls enough over the next month or so to:
1. Get anti parasite products to work.
2. Get my bowels clean enough and working well enough to take another chance on a liver flush
Next time: Tips and tricks for the food allergic person in the kitchen
* In some blog postings, I refer to the term “hermit land”. By this, I mean the place a person would have to live to avoid all of his/her food allergens if there are more than just a few to avoid. Full details on “hermit land” are in my third blog posting.
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