Parasites

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Parasites

 

The Truth About Parasites by Dr Stefan Bajon

Somehow, when medical science accepted Pasteur’s bacteria theories, it relegated the study of parasites to the study of “tropical disease.” This mindset implies that parasites do not exist in civilized nations, like the United States. What we don’t understand, we often ignore. In 1959 the Harvard Medical School closed its parasitology department because they believed that “worldwide eradication of parasites was on the horizon.” By 1963, the department was revived. Parasites proliferate because they are versatile and adaptable.

In tests performed in clinics from New York to Arizona and by the Center for Disease Control, it is apparent that the U.S. has one of the highest rates of parasitic infestations in the world. In fact, it is five times higher than Mexico in five pathogenic parasites. It is dangerous and foolish to think that parasites are a Third World problem!

While it is true that many parasitic infections occur in developing countries, the rate of parasite-related disorders in North America is skyrocketing. An astounding number of people test positive for parasites. “Overall, about 1.5 billion people have roundworms, making it the third most common human infection in the world. Whipworm infects 1 billion people …

Live Blood Analysis To The Rescue!

Live Blood Analysis is a powerful way for detecting the presence of parasites in your body.  The Darkfield Microscope we use often helps us to find them.  Armed with knowledge of their presence, we can then help you with strategies to get rid of them.  The “Case Studies” that follow illustrate these points.

 

Case studies

Toxoplasmosis:  Mary, a 23-year-old woman, visited our office complaining of schizophrenic episodes in which she  step over “dead body parts.” Upon examination, we observed Toxoplasma gondii, a specific parasite found most often in cats and some dogs. I asked her if she had a cat and she responded that she slept with two cats. Toxoplasmosis is an infection caused by a single-celled parasite named Toxoplasma gondii. It is fonnd throughout the world. More than 60 million people in the United States probably are infected with the Toxoplasma parasite, but very few have symptoms because the immune system usually keeps the parasite from causing illness. Mary was put on a parasite cleanse and, within days, her symptoms almost totally subsided. Within 30 days, all of her symptoms were gone. She remains symptom free to this day.

 

Trypanosome Infection: Jan is a 24-year-old police officer in the Delta Region of Northern California. She had complained of occasional chills. Upon examination, we noted a type of parasite called trypanosomes. I asked her if she frequented areas near the Delta Region because mosquitoes there are known carriers of trypanosomes. She answered that “Yes. It is not unusual for us 10 pick up bodies on the river. We are told to always wear gloves and use insect repellant.” While her symptoms were not typical of a major trypanosome infection, she was beginning to show signs of early stage infection. Protocols were instituted, and she is in perfect health today.

 

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Supplemental Information of Parasites and Live Blood Analysis

Here is a link to a scientific paper titled “Dark-Field Microscopy for Detection of Some Hemotropic Parasites in Blood Smears of Mammals and Birds”.  It provides excellent insights into how LBA can be used for parasite detection.

http://www.jstor.org/stable/3226374?seq=1#page_scan_tab_contents

 

The article “How Your Cat Is Making You Crazy” discloses how Toxoplasma gondii, a parasite often carried by cats, can adversely affect your mental health.  Click the article title to read this report.

 

 

 

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Dr. Stefan Bajon