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Tag Archives: Food Intolerance
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
The following guidance for reintroducing foods following inoculation with hookworm (Necator americanus) is based on my personal experience of using hookworm to successfully treat both IgE-mediated food allergy and food intolerance. Anyone with an IgE-mediated food allergy and a history … 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
An article in a Scottish newspaper recently revealed that a thirty nine-year-old Crohn’s patient had died of starvation after doctors had said there was nothing more they could do for her. Wendy Ritchie’s case is reminiscent of that of Annabel … 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
Medicine still has no ready solution for the problem of food intolerance and, in general, doctors have shown little interest in finding one. In the absence of medical help and with no test for the condition, most patients are left … Continue reading
Taking part in the Hookworms for Crohn’s Disease trial at Nottingham University in 2007 had provided me with a brief but tantalising glimpse of how my health might be improved by hosting a small colony of benign intestinal worms, and … Continue reading
After having been unable to eat normal food for the last twenty five years, I am now once again able to enjoy the delights of a number of different foods, and this is entirely thanks to a few tiny hookworms … Continue reading