Wouldn’t it be great to find a cure for all health challenges?
If “Cure For All Diseases” author Hulda Regehr Clark, Ph.D, ND, were alive today, she would insist on two things that are present in a sick person: pollutants and parasites.
In her years of practice and research on medicine, she found that so-called deficiencies such as lack of exercise and vitamins or low hormone levels have no bearing on whether a person would get sick or not.
Personal pollution refers to an accumulation of toxins that have piled up inside our bodies. This would require a closer look at what we do daily. After all, to be healthy doesn’t mean to be simply sickness-free. It means to feel truly great.
Let’s study the invaders in the human body:
Parasites—Any living thing on or in the human body that takes its food from you. Whatever its size, it is a parasite.
Parasitic worms—Roundworms (threadworms, pinworms and hookworms) and flatworms (tapeworms and flukes)
All worm parasites go through a development stage from eggs to adulthood.
An adult parasitic worm can produce 1,000 eggs per bowel movement and live many years in your body.
Example: Roundworms like Ascaris (commonly found in cats and dogs) are swallowed by an animal when it licks anything filthy.
The eggs are swallowed. Eggs hatch into larva. Once hatched, the larva finds its way to the lungs, intestines and your stool.
Worms like the dirofilaria or dog heartworm prefer to feed on the human heart.
Flatworms like tapeworms can find a favorite organ, say a breast.
The body, in defense, encases it, and the result is a cyst.
Meat eaters can actually bite into a cyst lodged in steak or piece of pork.
By eating it, you break open the cyst and the larva enters your body.
Common flukes: human intestinal fluke, human liver fluke, sheep liver fluke, or pancreatic fluke in cattle.
Whether from sheep or cattle, flukes are found in humans.
The worst known parasite is the Fasciolopsis buski, a fluke present in every case of cancer, HIV infection, Alzheimer’s, Crohn’s disease and endometriosis.
Pollution—Any chemical that invades the body like mercury, thalium, cadmium, benzene, lead, nickel, aluminum, silver and gold.
For example: Two women put on face cream. One develops as rash, the other none.
Conclusion: Both could have had exposure to a harmful chemical, but the other’s immune system was able to detect it faster.
This means the one who didn’t have an adverse reaction should not assume that the face cream is a good thing.
While copper from meat and vegetables may be essential to the body, the same metals from our cooking pots and utensils are not!
Mercury amalgams used for tooth fillings are harmful to the body; so is the aluminum pot you use for cooking.
Mycotoxins—These are molds and they can cause great toxicity. You can get them from moldy fruit, vegetables, juice, jam, cheese. It attacks the liver.
Aflatoxins are a common mycotoxin found in peanuts.
The good news is, a generous dose of 1,000 mg of vitamin C can kill aflatoxin. Take it before consuming any food.
Physical toxins—As hard they may be to avoid, breathing dust is bad for the body. They cut into the lungs quickly.
Cancer patients with solid tumors may either have fiberglass or asbestos in their bodies.
See your physician. Have a complete executive checkup. Screen for parasites and pollutants.
This week’s affirmation: “I can overcome any challenge!”