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The most significant of all the many improvements to my health that have been wrought by my wonderful worm friends has to be the return of my tolerance to food, because my previous inability to tolerate not only all normal … Continue reading
Powerful antimicrobials were all well and good when they were employed in the clinical setting to protect the sick from unnecessary infection, but manufacturers have, for decades, sought to profit by turning these life-savers into consumer products and convincing us … Continue reading
When I had an asthma attack as a child, my father would invariably ask me what I was worrying about. As a dedicated follower of Freud, he was completely taken in by the theories of this charlatan, and he therefore … Continue reading
After having such amazing success with my long-term, severe food allergy/intolerance, rhinitis and headaches, I was hoping that, eventually, my Multiple Chemical Sensitivity might also be eased by my little gut buddies and, to my great relief, it has recently … Continue reading
Restless Leg Syndrome was a problem for me for many years. Having M.E./Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, I desperately needed all the rest I could get and relied on a good sleep at night and two lengthy periods of deep relaxation/meditation during … Continue reading
The impact on our health of what we eat has long been played down by mainstream healthcare, in spite of considerable research demonstrating the connection, such as the recent study showing a link between multiple sclerosis and diet. The truth … Continue reading
A baby starts life with a sterile gut but, during birth, it becomes inoculated with bacteria from the birth canal. These bacteria are then encouraged to flourish throughout the gut by colostrum, the mother’s first milk. Unfortunately, modern medicine effectively … Continue reading
It’s now 15 months since I acquired a team of 35 hookworm to keep my errant immune system in check, and I’m still over the moon with the results – very much enjoying having more energy and being able to … Continue reading
Reading the information on the development of the hookworm vaccine may fill most readers with the warm glow that comes from the belief that yet another medical milestone is about to be passed en route to a disease-free world. My … Continue reading
While taking an antibiotic can, in some circumstances, be a life-saving intervention, it will also inevitably lay waste vast numbers of indigenous intestinal microorganisms – a loss from which we may only slowly, and possibly never completely recover, as less … Continue reading