Dr. John McDougall (“The McDougall Plan”) was dying of ulcerative colitis, while in medical school. He healed himself through a vegan diet. He’s still around going on 50 years later.
On YouTube you can view the videos of Dr. Joel Wallach who promotes a line of supplements he claims can cure most of these “autoimmune” conditions though he also argues for absolute elimination of gluten and oils.
As far as these arguments about what is “natural” and what we evolved in concert with–well we did not evolve with any refined grains, prepared “convenience” foods, GMOs, and especially NOT bags of Hot Cheetos the kids these days seem to virtually live on. As a lifelong allergy sufferer (both severe hay fever-going-on-asthma and skin-reactant “hives”) I would side with elimination (“rotation”) diet analysis before I would start infecting myself with worms. I took allergy shots in my teens and it made a dent in my symptoms but never completely relieved them. Only elimination of dairy and white flour did that.
Later in life I became afflicted with horrific dermatitis totally resistant to all medications. Only fasting stopped it, followed by total elimination of gluten prevented it’s return. Fasting has been a miracle cure for me. Dr. Valter Longo of USC in the g0-to guy on the medical research underlying this; he’s on YouTube too. You will NOT learn of him on corporate network TV for obvious reasons–you can imagine what the pharma and food companies think about this!
Everything you need to know about helmnith therapy and ‘helminth hackers’ can be found here: https://helminthictherapywiki.org/wiki/index.php/Helminthic_Therapy_Wiki
I have been using helminths for Hashimotos for nearly two years, and my partner for Crohns for over one year – both of us have had significant improvements in our health and I would recommend looking into to it if you have an auto immune disease. If it doesn’t work – a worm tablet can fix it.
Can these help scleroderma anyone know?
As a 68 year old practicing physician I have seen many things come and go, also have seen many things poo pooed initially as pseudo science become accepted as effective in certain applications (maggot treatment of wounds, probiotics, acupuncture, etc) It is well observed that children raised in modern clean environment have higher incidences of allergy and possibly autoimmune issues as adults. Having a dog or cat in the house, or playing in dirt as a child can transfer “training” to our immune systems. As I look back, growing up in a lower class home in a major metropolitan US city, I remember distinctly having been treated for “worms” on multiple occasions, as well as most of my classmates in grade school. IBD, gluten sensitivity and colitis were very rare diagnosis until the 1970’s. Anecdotally this makes one think about the relationship of childhood “infections” and later immunological issues. As stated in the article it is clear that 3rd world citizens have a much lower incidence of immunological diseases until they migrate to the first world. Logically, there must have been some mutually beneficial aspect of “parasites” and humans evolving together.
Is the organism still considered a parasite if undetected it is harmful but is beneficial to the same species in other instances (ex: used to treat specific disease)? Perhaps it’s a mutuacite?
Surely there would be other side effects from ingesting these worms? They’re living off what you eat so things like fatigue or malnutrition come to mind.
I was on course to have my sigmoid colon removed. I was having periods of severe debilitating painful inflammation that I was convinced was not due to diverticulitis alone.
I drove to Canada where I had shipped hookworms to a hotel, checked in, infected myself, and drove home. 17 hours straight driving.
I am now 5 months in and it is almost as if I have no problems with my gut at all.
As soon as the weather gets warm I think I will be traveling back to Canada to get another 25 or so to infect myself with.
Best 200 dollars I have ever spent.
The only reason it is illegal here in the states, I’m convinced, is to protect the profits of drug companies.
Hi Mike. Where did you order the worms from? (I’m in Canada). Thanks!
Mike can you tell me where you got the hookworms in Canada?
I wish the author discussed the level of desperation involved in ordering online from an unregulated supplier harvesting the eggs you ingest from feces.
I am in remission from ulcerative colitis because of human whipworms and hookworms. Pig worms are too expensive and evolved to live in pigs anyway. Also 3 months is way way too short to run an effective study. My colonoscopy went from “severe” to “minimal inflammation” in 15 months. I’ve stayed in remission the entire time since.
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