I think a lot of times when people are under-eating and start feeling lousy from it they think, for example, that they must not be getting enough minerals, so they start focusing more on eating vegetables, but veggies are low in calories so they can easily start getting even less calories then before and they wonder why they keep going downhill, so yes to your question.
All I wanted to know is for people who think they have parasites, especially the one's who can never get parasites confirmed or those who never seem to be able to rid what they think they have no matter what they try, how open are they that they may have been misdiagnosed?
You said you think you have parasites, haven't been able to get them confirmed, but said you're open that you may have been misdiagnosed. You answered my question, so you don't really need to say anymore, but your criticizing of me is starting to make me believe that you're not very open that you've been misdiagnosed and when people really come down on me for warning people about under-eating, that's just leads me to believe they are probably under-eating themselves and are lashing out at me just like an alcoholic who is in denial would when someone suggests they may have a drinking problem. By the way, have you ever counted your calories to be sure you're not under-eating?
You shouldn't try to speak for all those who think they have the condition you think you have. That's actually really selfish and closed-minded. How's the person who really is misdiagnosed going to be helped when you take it upon yourself to try to silence people urging caution with certain diagnoses? You really think no one in the parasite support section has been misdiagnosed?