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This article explains in minute detail how one hookworm host maintains a healthy colony of these helminths in order to provide long-term remission of their health problems. If anyone using this article has any ideas or suggestions for its improvement, … Continue reading
Why not join the conversation about helminthic therapy, either on Yahoo or Facebook? The Yahoo Helminthic Therapy Forum was the original online meeting place for those interested in helminthic therapy. It now has over 1,000 members and a searchable archive … Continue reading
Vitamin supplements have been getting a lot of very negative press in the last week, with articles such as, “Will Supplements Kill You? A growing body of research suggests that taking vitamins and supplements can increase your risk of cancer.” … Continue reading
With almost 40% of Europeans now suffering from mental illness it’s interesting to speculate to what extent this might be related to the loss of helminths during the last century, especially in view of the experience of some of the … Continue reading
In the last century, we in the West eagerly dispensed with most of our pinworms, and when someone does get a pinworm infestation today, their immediate reaction is to go to the doctor to get de-worming tablets. But this may … Continue reading
For the first time, scientists have discovered that a component of the intestinal mucosal barrier in some humans and animals, Muc5ac, is toxic to worms and essential for their expulsion. The mucus barrier is a complex mixture of salts, water … Continue reading
A new “biological fingerprint” – the bacterial enterotype – has recently been discovered which may eventually become as important as blood types and tissue types are today, with many implications for understanding and improving health. It was already known that, … Continue reading
If you you have IBD, or any other bowel or digestive issue, it might be worth checking labels for the presence of carageenan, an ingredient from seaweed that is widely used as a thickener in foods, toothpastes, etc., and also … Continue reading
Ova of the benign helminth, Trichuris suis (TSO), had previously been shown to be both safe and effective as a treatment for autoimmune inflammatory bowel disease and, now, researchers have turned their attention to its use against relapsing/remitting multiple sclerosis. … Continue reading
Not only might bugs improve learning, they may also influence the development of the brain and behaviour. Interest in the relationship between the gut and brain, and in how intestinal bacteria may help communication between these organs has led to … Continue reading