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Why Parasites Are Harmful to your Long-Term Health – Part 1

This is a summary of my scientific paper presented at the International Conference and Scientific Debating Club in Prague in April 2014. It elaborates as to why we have to make every effort to avoid parasites and if they are present to eradicate them.

Intestinal dysbiosis including parasitic and helments infestation receives a lot of attention in scientific literature and for good reason. Reliance on results of comprehensive stool analyses (which are costly to the patient) or stool pathology, by referral from a GP are often non- conclusive or negative. Colonoscopy takes time, and not all pathogens can be detected.

The normal gut flora is between 10 12 and 1014 of bacteria per gram of colon tissue, which is 100 times the number of cells in the body and about 1000 distinct species, apart from archea, fungi, and viruses.3 Given this magnitude it is almost impossible to define the normal gut flora by the culture method .9

In the last 10 years computerised DNA sequencing technologies have allowed thousands of new microbial genomes to be identified in the human body. One human analysis demonstrated a single infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis has changed the expression of 463 human genes.17

It is important to wash your hands every time after having contact with pets

The Metatron NLS pinpoints the exact virus strain and weakens it

In a naturopathic clinic situation however, iridology, Specialised Test and the Metatron NLS can detect parasites. Symptoms of a bluish cast around the lips, itchy anus, constipation, grinding teeth are the first diagnostic lines of parasitic infestation.

The Specialised Test can diagnose nonspecific viral infections and the Metatron NLS (Non Linear Scanning) has opened up an unparalleled insight into the human body and its pathogens. The link between microbiota causing chronic inflammation and subsequently inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diabetes, fatty liver, allergies, cancers and autoimmune diseases has been well documented in the scientific literature. ,³,4,7,8,11,12,13,15

Persistent stimulation by pathogens is one of the many causes of non-resolving inflammation, which primarily causes atherosclerosis, obesity, cancer, inflammatory bowel diseases, asthma, obstructive pulmonary disease, multiple sclerosis or rheumatoid arthritis.11 Non resolving inflammation results in fibrosis which impairs organ function, like for instance Helicobacter Pylori in the stomach.

The human body has many mechanisms to protect itself from pathogens beginning from the mouth, to the stomach, larger and small intestines. The Australian labs only culture about 100 different pathogens and there are possibly hundreds of thousands of bacteria to choose from especially from the subspecies. Cultures of the stool for pathogens including Ascaris or Enterrobius were not performed for instance in Patient 2. Intestinal stages of Ascaris infection can cause an abdominal pain, nausea or diarrhoea.

Compare et al. also states that most bacteria colonising human intestines are members of only two phyla, the Firmicules and the Bacteroidetes. The microbiota composition is not stable over the life time of individual. Microbiota can even change within 2 days being on junk food.7

Junk food changes friendly gut bacteria in two days

Successful pathogens must resist mucus, acid, bile or enzymes. Those very factors are often compromised in many individuals and were significantly compromised in the studied group and a lot of patients.

Due to systemic intestinal dysbiosis (SIBO) pathogens belonging to the large intestine can move upward to the small intestines, often into the bile duct, causing cholangitis.( gall bladder inflammation) Ascaris may causes allergies resulting in hypersensitivities. This may explain why all patients infested with Ascaris had food sensitivities.

The reason why Ascaris is often not detected in stool analyses was because it maintains the position by ‘bracing’ themselves to the intestinal wall by sucker and hooks.5 A number of worms penetrate into the mucosa as an adult such as Trichinella orTrichuris. Pathogens such as Enterococus faecum, E.coli are bile resistant while Helicobacter pylori are acid resistant. In the studied group, these pathogens were detected in large numbers.

Enterorococus faecum traditionally has been considered a low grade pathogen, which is part of normal human faeces.17Sites less colonised are the oral cavity, genitor-urinary, skin and intraabdominal. The ratio of infection due to Enterorococus faecum has increased from historical 10:1 to 1.9:1 in 1999. Sood et al, states that antibiotic fed poultry, cattle, and pigs has caused human antibiotic resistance. Enterorococus faecum is resistant to penicillin and other antibiotics. It has also acquired resistance via mutation of DNA. There are limited therapeutic options in medicine for treatment of serious infections of Enterorococus faecum therefore there is still a challenge for the medical establishment.

The Metatron NLS is available at the DH Natural Medicine Clinic, Sydney. For further information please call 02 9541 2428.

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Danuta Hulajko is a holistic practitioner, international speaker and the founder & practitioner at the DH Natural Medicine Clinic and www.healingremedies.com.au in Sydney.

Danuta specialises in Allergies, Anti-Aging, Auto-Immune Conditions, Cardiovascular Conditions, Female Reproductive, Menopause, Mould Toxicity, Skin Conditions, Stress and Insomnia and Thyroid Dysfunction.

For more information please go to our website. You can also follow Danuta Hulajko’s work, events, seminars, expos, latest health research, her health tips and advice on FacebookLinkedIn and Instagram.

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