Re: Anyone have experience with GI Effects stool tests or other functional medicine stool tests?
What I have a hard time understanding is how this all became a taboo topic with healthcare pros in the last 20-30 years. Having worms was probably just as common as having any other condition back then. When I was little, my grandmother would always tell us to "stop it, you're gonna get worms" if we ate Sugar
out of the canister or put toys in our mouths. She was the type to use scare tactics, but she made it sound like worms just morphed out of nowhere.
I'm assuming the general public and doctors believe with the stuff we have now like the fda and food having to be inspected and better sanitation, that parasite
infections are impossible. So that leads me to believe that parasite
infections have never gone down in numbers, but became harder to detect because the medical field adds a million new made up diseases and writes the symptoms off as something new... or something is causing parasites
infections to make a come back (increased immigration) and evolution makes they harder to kill... like MRSA and swine flu evolved and mutated.
I have read that people who suffer from morgellons and ropeworms are blaming the gmo crops. Some Russian scientists did a dna analysis on a ropeworm and 97% matched the carribean seed bug, which is thought to be somehow related to gmos. This isn't some weirdo guessing... its scientific research. Something f***ed up is going on. Healthy people just dont all of a sudden get sick gardening or going to an amusement park.