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Eric, a successful film actor, addressed me with two problems complicating his professional activities in Hollywood. He had eczema on his cheek — irritation and flaking of the skin — from which neither creams nor medications helped. In addition, he had a few extra pounds of weight. In the process of purification, Eric lost about 5 kg, and his state of health has improved significantly. His eczema, which had calmed down at the beginning of the program, had returned to its former state by the end of it. Intrigued, I suggested a stool test to understand the reason. I knew from experience that if a person who is otherwise healthy after the detoxification continues to show symptoms, be it skin problems, persistent nausea, fatigue, permanent flatulence or general weakness, you need to look for parasites.
As part of my detox program, you can get rid of parasites with natural remedies.
Parasites are organisms that live in the intestines and undermine health, stealing nutrients from the body. As a rule, they enter the intestines with food and water, often in restaurants, where there are many opportunities for infection, and are often found in people who eat a lot (mostly they do not get infected during trips to exotic countries, as most people).
In the body, where the parasites settled, inflammatory processes occur, because the immune system fights with them fiercely. Blood test Eric showed the presence of inflammatory processes in the body. I suggested he visit a parasitologist. He, taking on the analysis of swabs from the rectum, confirmed the presence of parasites.
There are natural means of combating parasites that can be prepared at home and used during and after the implementation of the basic three-week cleansing program. Some of them are very effective, such as daily consumption of papaya seeds.
But Eric preferred a more aggressive approach - antibiotics and special antiparasitic agents. In a conversation with him, I said that these drugs would damage his healthy intestinal microflora and subsequently he would have to make a lot of efforts to restore it with the help of probiotics and healthy eating.
After 10 days of this program, Eric discovered that the symptoms of eczema completely disappeared. After the destruction of the parasites, the inflammatory processes in the body began to decline, and the balance was restored in the intestine. The program is not aimed directly at getting rid of parasites, but if you have these or other problems, you can independently find the means to eliminate them and restore balance.
Nerve cells in the intestine communicate with each other in the same way as neurons in the brain, through chemicals called neurotransmitters. There are many types of neurotransmitters. Some of them are involved in the reactions of excitation, others - in the reactions of inhibition. One of the most well-known neurotransmitters is serotonin, which is considered responsible for the feeling of happiness and well-being and is produced in the brain. Nevertheless, I managed to find out that 80 to 90% of the total amount of serotonin in the body is produced by the nerve cells of the intestine. This body performs four functions: collecting information from the outside world, absorbing components used to form other organs and tissues, tracking signals for making intuitive decisions, and implementing border control. When toxins cause damage to the intestines, the entire economy of the body changes. The focus is on combating pathogens and stimulating immune and inflammatory reactions. Meanwhile, harmful bacteria and yeasts compete for the nutrients needed to produce neurotransmitters, including serotonin, and other substances that are of great importance for the normal functioning of the body. There is a battle for resources. When stocks of raw materials are scarce, the level of serotonin decreases. Other neurotransmitters - those that cause stress reactions (adrenaline, norepinephrine) come to the fore. As you know, serotonin does not affect your psychological mood. It affects the mood of the intestines, and therefore a decrease in its level contributes to the development of both irritable bowel syndrome and depression.
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Special guests: parasites
- The relationship between the parasite and the host.
The effects of parasites on the host: 1. Mechanical effects (mechanical pressure on the tissue, the effects of attachment organs, blockage of blood vessels, intestines, etc.) 2. Parasitic castration. 3. Taking food. 4. Violation of metabolic processes. 5. The role of parasites in the opening of the gate for secondary infection. Host reactions to the parasite settlement. 1. Cellular and tissue reactions 2. Humoral
- The life cycles of parasites.
The normal course of the life cycle is often accompanied by a change of owners. Animals in which adult individuals reproduce sexually are settled are designated as definitive or definitive or definitive hosts. The development of the larval stages (in trematodes as an exception and parthenogenetic generations) is carried out in intermediate (additional) hosts. Sometimes in the parasite development cycle
- Taxonomy and taxonomy of parasites
Taxonomy and the systematics of parasites are traditionally included in the direction of general parasitology, although in reality it is rather the direction of zoology, and parasitologists first of all study the interrelationships between organisms. In the first third of the XX century K.I. Scriabin published a book: "Symbiosis and Parasitism in Nature", with the subtitle: "Introduction to the study of biological bases
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- Cultures of feces microorganisms / Parasites and their eggs
The isolation of cultures of microorganisms in the analysis of fresh feces is very important for identifying pathogenic flora as a cause of diarrhea, although the results obtained are usually of little informative. This study is most useful in acute inflammatory diarrhea (bloody stools with the presence of leukocytes in the feces). Chronic diarrhea is rarely of infectious origin, so the study of cultures
- ROLE OF PATHOGENICITY OF PARASITES IN THE EVOLUTION OF ORGANIC WORLD
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