Last Week we spoke about Parasites
in the Liver,,,this week the heart comes under
Dr. Oz from Oprah's show says that 90% of
Americans have parasites.
Many people believe that parasites only happen to
someone else and that they do not have them. But it
has been estimated that more than 50% of all people
in the Western world will have some sort of parasitic
or semi-parasitic animal living in their bodies. It
is also thought that parasites could be a co-factor
in almost every illness that we now suffer from. So
is having a thorough parasite cleanse actually healthy
for us and our bodies?
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We have seen parasites cause psoriasis, heart problems,
constipation, diarrhea, muscle weakness, floaters in
the eyes, junk food cravings, excessive appetite, allergies
and depression. Many people who complete a parasite
program report that they are happier and enjoy the
company of others more.
According to Dr. Hulda Clark, in – The
Cure For All Cancers
Seizures are caused by a single roundworm, Ascaris,
getting into the brain.
Schizophrenia and depression are caused by parasites
in the brain.
Asthma is caused by Ascaris in the lungs.
Diabetes is caused by the pancreatic fluke of cattle,
Migraines are caused by the threadworm, Strongyloides.
Acne rosacea is caused by a Leishmania.
Much human heart disease is caused by dog heartworm,
And the list goes on.
"In recent medical studies it has
been estimated that 85% of the North American adult
population has at least one form of parasite living
in their bodies. Some authorities feel this figure
may be as high as 95%."
Here is a quote from Dr. Ross Anderson, one of Americas
foremost parasitic infection specialists.
" I believe the single most undiagnosed health
challenge in the history of the human race is parasites.
I realize that is a pretty brave statement, but it
is based on my 20 years of experience with more than
Dr. Peter Wina, Chief of Patho-Biology in the Walter
Reed Army Institute of Research said;
" We have a tremendous parasite problem right
here in the U.S., it is just not being addressed."
Dr. Bernard Jenson, the father of iridology in the
U.S. and foremost expert in colon research and therapy
" The average person over 40 has anywhere between
5 to 25 pounds of build-up in their colon. Parasites
of all sizes thrive in this indisposed residue of fecal
matter, slowly but surely toxifying the whole body."
Dr. Frank Nova, Chief of the Laboratory for Parasitic
Diseases of the National Institute of Health;
" In terms of numbers, there are more parasitic
infections acquired in the US than in Africa."
Dr. Hulda Clark, in her book, The Cure For All Cancers
and Cure For All Diseases claims that most cancers
are caused by the "fasciolopsis buski" parasite
and that every one of her cancer patients had human
There are two general groups of parasites. One consists
of worms such as tape worms and roundworms. The second
category is the protozoa, one-celled organisms. Parasites
infect the intestines of both humans and animals and
can cause a great deal of intestinal distress. We often
associate parasites with Third World countries and
poor sanitation, but parasites are a problem everywhere,
even in North America. In countries where sanitation
is a priority people mistakenly assume that no problem
exists and they don't need to worry. Parasites are
everywhere, waiting for the opportunity to latch onto
an unsuspecting host. Backpackers have long been aware
of the danger of drinking water from streams and lakes.
Open water even in the backcountry is often contaminated
with parasites waiting for a host.
|Parasites in the human
body is alot more common that most think. Not
knowing these parasites worm existing in our
body is no excuse for not doing anything to
cleanse your body.
Some parasites live in Blood and Lymph
or the heart and
Some of the most serious parasitic infections are
those involving the blood vascular and lymphatic system.
These are the human heart parasites and parasites in
the blood. Both protozoan and nematode parasites that
need a blood sucking or biting arthropod intermediate
host are included. There is also a group of very specialized
trematodes that are blood parasites that live in the
Nematodes like Trichinella spiralis, an intestinal
parasite of carnivores like wolves, foxes, dogs and
bears infects people. Its larval stages occur in the
muscles of a wide variety of mammals including pigs,
rats and man. Preferred locations are the diaphragm,
heart, jaws and striated muscle generally.
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Heart failure is a disorder in which
the heart pumps blood inadequately, leading to reduced
blood flow, back-up (congestion) of blood in the veins
and lungs, and other changes that may further weaken
Heart failure may result from other disorders that
cause the heart's walls to stiffen, such as infiltrations
and infections. For example, in amyloidosis, amyloid,
an unusual protein not normally present in the body,
infiltrates many tissues in the body. If amyloid infiltrates
the heart's walls, they stiffen, and heart failure
results. Infiltration by certain parasites into heart
muscle can cause heart failure,
Parasitic infections produce a wide spectrum of cardiac
manifestations. They may involve various anatomic structures
of the heart and are manifested clinically as myocarditis,
cardiomyopathies, pericarditis, or pulmonary hypertension
in many resource-constrained settings. However, many
parasitic infections involving the heart may also be
currently diagnosed in developed countries due to growing
worldwide travel, blood transfusions, and increasing
numbers of immunosuppression states such as organ transplantation,
use of immunosuppressive agents, or HIV/AIDS. Clinicians
anywhere in the globe need to be aware of the potential
cardiac manifestations of parasitic diseases. Here
is part one of a three-part series discussing parasites
of the heart.
The story began when the patient (who is now the "victim" of
surgeons) began feeling pain in some regions near his
He also had an edema on his lower limbs, headaches
and hard breathing.
Through ultrasound doctors were able to detect a growing
tumor on heart. Thus the decision to make a surgery
on heart was made.
As you can see, the tumor located on
the patient's heart turned out to be a settlement of
tapeworms, the appearance of which, however, did not
surprise the doctors. This is because, unfortunately,
such a thing is met quite often today.
of parasites (human)
Chagas disease is common in Mexico and South America.
It is thought that Charles Darwin suffered from chronic
Chagus disease following his trip to South America.
It is caused by T. cruzi, and is characterized by an
acute phase in which several symptoms occur: anemia,
loss of strength, nervous disorders, chills, muscle
and bone pain, and varying degrees of heart failure.
Death may occur 3-4 weeks after infection.
A chronic form of Chagas disease is seen usually in
adults. The chronic form is characterized by dysfunctions
in the central and peripheral nervous system. Many
patients die of heart failure due to an enlargement
of the heart and subsequent lack of cardiac muscle
tone. Others suffer heart damage because the parasite
damages the nervous supply to the heart. The heart
muscle then atrophies (the muscle shrinks). The atrophy
leads to congestive heart failure, because the muscle
cannot pump blood efficiently. The intestine may also
become immobile and enlarged due to the degradation
of the nervous supply to that organ.
The California case led Dr. Peter R. Kerndt of the
Los Angeles County Health Department and others to
survey 1,000 blood donors at the Los Angeles County-University
of Southern California Hospital. The blood bank at
the hospital recruits about 5,000 donors each year,
40 percent of whom have lived in Mexico, Central America
or South America.
Dr. Kerndt's team found only a small number of donors
infected with the parasite, but concluded that ''there
is a small but significant risk of transfusion-related
Chagas' disease at blood donor centers in the United
States.'' The blood samples were subjected to various
laboratory tests and the results varied; the doctors
said that from 1 to 11 of the 1,000 donors were infected.
Dr. Ira Shulman, who heads the hospital's blood bank,
said he believes blood donations should be screened
in cities where there are large populations of Latin
Americans. But Dr. Shulman said such tests will not
be done at his hospital until a commercial test is
In a separate study in Washington, Dr. Kirchhoff found
evidence of infection in 5 percent of 205 Salvadoran
and Nicaraguan immigrants.
In South and Central America, many blood banks use
a chemical called gentian violet to kill the parasite
in donated blood before it is transfused.
But the prevention is not popular because the blood
is discolored purple and can give a recipient a purplish
hue for a few days.
The prospects are bleak for victims of severe Chagas'
disease. The two drugs used to treat Chagas' disease,
nifurtimox and Benznidazole, are toxic and seldom achieve
Heart transplants generally are not done for Chagas'
disease victims because the parasite usually destroys
the new heart, said Dr. Norman Shumway, the heart transplant
pioneer at Stanford University.
Formula 825 contains
the three herbs recommended by Dr Hulda Clark
in her now famous book "The Cure for All
|listening to Dr. Bob Martin on the
radio recently when I heard him tell a listener
who had recently had a rapid heart beat and
palpatations that often times a parasite can
sometimes cause this. He advised her to do
a parasite detox.
disease caused by dog heartworm.
To kill egg-laying parasites, it is necessary
to use the tools for
ten days, then stop them for five. This is because
for ten days you are killing the "mother" parasite.
It releases a chemical that prevents the eggs from
hatching. When the mother is dead, the eggs start to
hatch. Let them hatch for five days, then start back
on the protocol.
If you don't, the baby parasites will fight each other
to become the next dominant worm. Cycle the program
like this for 2 to 3 months.
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WAIT, DO IT NOW!
damage to the heart most often effects either the
aortic valve or the mitral valve.
Damage to the heart valves causes skipped beats,irregular
beats,rapid beats,angina,shortness of breath,chest
pains,arm pain,upper back and neck pain.
Muscle Testing in your fight against Parasites
Parasites are largely ignored by the
medical profession. I have heard a lot of M.D.'s dismiss
the topic by saying, "We don't have parasites
in this country." Truthfully, the University of
Michigan Parasitology Department identifies 100 parasites
a day! I am amazed at the number of people who have
health problems from parasites. At any hospital, easily
90% of the patients have them but they are not being
The sneaky thing about parasites is that
out of more than 1,000 different kinds of parasites
that can infect us, we can only detect about 50 of
them through regular medical testing. The other 950+
can be found only through alternative methods of testing
like Nutrition Response Testing. To be sure that you
are free of parasites,Zap reguarly.
And Zap your
family as well, because we often share parasites with
each other and our pets
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