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Published: 8 years ago
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A more experienced parasite analyst will have to help you with direct data on species and type. Your best bet is to put on a rubber or latex glove and get down in there, lay out a few specimens on a paper towel after rinsing them a little, and give the same sort of high-quality photos of them like you have here.

Like I wrote, I've been using enzymes for a goood long while, so I don't see hide or hair of 'em. <.<

I have done a full week of juice fasting myself, on an insulin pump, and 3 days with just water.
What is really needed is some of the butryate, though (Like I wrote, it stimulates the pancreas, reduces candida, etc), and re-mineralization. That's really only feasible through a good, strong change in habits, but it can be accomplished through multiple techniques. Borax water, Iodine therapy, green juicing, diet changes.. they are all ways to resaturate the body with what it needs for healthy function.

M'not talking about fruit juice, or even stuff like canned V8.. more like this: 200 grams baby spinach, 1/2 organic lemon, 1/4 organic beetroot, 1 organic apple. Total carbohydrate: ~14g in one cup of juice, but the bloodsugar spike is offset by the magnesium and vitamin C content. (so approx 3/4 of the normal insulin dose for 15g of carbohydrate is needed).

Cheers to you both, and bless on your research :)
My notes linked in the previous post are all documented against data from Pubmed, Science journals, etc. The notes are raw, but hopefully understandable. No, the links don't have to be all followed. (there's lots, heh)

Butyrate and magnesium (strongest in the chlorophyll content of the green leafy veggies) both reduce insulin requirements strongly.

Boron and Iodine raise bloodsugar levels to a degree, by killing off systemic candida, but they can't restore pancreatic function alone.. and the high-chlorophyll diet and butyrate as a combined therapy with them.. well, have you ever heard candida cry for mercy? ;)

I've used Epsom Salt therapy (external and internal in liver flushes), magnesium malate, chloride, taurate and oxide tablets, and it's a bit like throwing pebbles at a storefront window when you're trying to get the golden prize on the other side of it. Juice fasting is.. a very different sort of activity, but it sure does make one feel good and whole, inside and out!

Besides me rattling off my head.. Good morning, and bless from good ol' denmark. :)


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