TagsAllergy Antibiotics Arthritis Asthma Autism Autoimmune Disease Beneficial Bacteria Cancer Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) Crohn's Disease Depression Diarrhoea Eczema FDA Food Allergy Food Intolerance Genes Headache Helminthic Therapy Helminths Hookworm Immune System Inflammation Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Intestinal Worms M.E. Microbiome Microbiota Migraine Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Necator Americanus Obesity Old Friends Hypothesis Parasites Prebiotics Probiotics Restless leg Syndrome Sanitation Sleep Trichuris Trichiura Type 1 Diabetes Ulcerative Colitis Vitamin D Whipworm Worms
- Daily News Updates on Gut Buddies’ Facebook Timeline
- Researchers see the light on RLS-related sleepless nights, but a worm beat them to it!
- Worms effectively counter Crohn’s disease
- Helminthic therapy: the basics
- Helminths: a surprising antidote to anxiety!
- Helminths reduce Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
- How I maintain a vibrant hookworm colony
- Talking about worms…
- The Amazing Dr Wriggly
- Vitamins today, helminths tomorrow?
Tag Archives: Allergy
Helminthic therapy is an experimental approach to the treatment of asthma, allergies, chronic inflammation and autoimmune disease. The treatment developed out of understanding gained from scientific studies showing that, while these illnesses have escalated in developed countries during the past … Continue reading
Over a thirty year period, I gave both mainstream medicine and the alternative healthcare sector every opportunity to resolve the numerous health problems to which I had fallen prey and, in the process of meeting dozens of doctors and therapists, … Continue reading
A recent study showed that children and adolescents with low vitamin D levels had increased sensitivity to 11 out of 17 allergens that were tested, including both environmental and food allergens. So, for anyone with an allergic child, increasing their … Continue reading
Anyone with an allergy or autoimmune disease who searches diligently for the best solution to their illness will eventually discover helminthic therapy. As this safe and natural approach provides significant relief for three quarters of those who try it, and … Continue reading
Another bacterium has been added to the growing list of gut bugs with demonstrated therapeutic effects. The bacterium whose prowess has been revealed recently is a particularly abundant strain of clostridium (C. perfringens) that appears to be a remarkably strong … Continue reading
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
Researchers have found that feeding harmless Clostridium bacteria to mice increased their production of immune-regulating T cells, suggesting that the use of such organisms in humans – in specially produced probiotic products, for example – might offer greater resistance to, … Continue reading
Having already been found to produce the same uplifting effects as anti-depressant drugs and reduce allergic inflammation, the common soil bacterium, Mycobacterium vaccae has now been shown to improve learning in mice. M. vaccae initiates a complex neurosignaling cascade that … Continue reading
Kefir, a mildly alcoholic, fermented milk drink containing a variety of live microorganisms, has been shown to reduce allergic responses in mice. Already popular as a health food in Eastern and Central Europe, kefir is now gaining fans among Western … 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