Hair analysis, look at trace metals very closely, supplement alkaline minerals.
daily pH protocol, till acidifying infections are cleared.
There are many little things, like DE, natural calcium, oils, black pepper and such. They become part of your daily routine.
Systemic infections like nematodes benefit from a weekly dose of Doxy and or Mebendazole. These reset the GI against systemic microbes. Microbes in the gut of the nematode are hard to control. It is easy to control human GI infections, but when they run and hide it becomes a pinball game.
Routines help a lot.
Daily Orange Juice to increase citric cycle.
Daily Yogurt and cream, or cream cheese to get your calcium.
Banana for potassium.
Supplement like hell when you first get started, get body back in the game.
There are so many things to do that are easy habits.
Please do preliminary protozoan sweep, Flagyl, or Tindazole, etc, There are usually reasons for a weak immune system that lets nematode infections in.
Kefir, egg per day, other routines, probiotics, probiotics, probiotics.
After the daily routine is fixed, clear the nematodes by using cocktails, and look for the underlying reasons for immune system weakness.
Many that PM me are identifying protozoan illnesses.
Some meds are better than others, but Levamisole is a game changer.
I found OXBen to be a game changer, but FenBen works slow and sure for most.
I dose daily, many meds work at low dose, Time and parasite cycles help get your formula tuned.
I used sequence clearing that progressed from Flatworms, to whiteworms, then redworms.
Each formula had a bit of the other, to suppress all three infections that complicated the process. Taking a low dose broad spectrum approach helps ensure clearing a nematode infection right the first time.