Good! That'll be appreciated.Apuman wrote:And, of course, I'll be posting my personal experience here as an additional resource.
Although there has to be a lot more to it....the human immune system shouldn't, but historically has allowed parasites as large as helminths to survive in us, which needs to be better understood, but you make a very interesting point. The most effective treatment for Hemochromatosis continues to be blood letting and helminth infection would serve that purpose.Apuman wrote: Another thought that came to my mind was the possible implications with the CCSVI theory. Those with CCSVI would basically be suffering from iron poisoning in the affected areas of their nervous system. Hookworms would cause a slow blood-letting, making on animic, or reducing the overall level of iron in the blood.
I was anemic in childhood and grew out of it. It would be interesting to determine if someone whose system produced too much iron in childhood would correct to producing the right levels of iron by the age of 14/15 due to the ongoing childhood consumption by helminths.....exposure to "evolutionary normal conditions" before maturity?
Absolutely! Over the years I've softened my tone a lot because, even though I'm convinced that the loss of helminths led to the inflammatory diseases of modern society, it eventually will or won't prove itself and my input isn't going to make or break the deal either way.Apuman wrote:Which also could have implications for the latitude discrepency. The doctors and scientists seem to focus almost exculively on vit D, though there there's a multitude of variables that can correspond with latitude, parasite infection rates being one.
Lyon wrote:Conversely, with that being the case it's only to be expected that someone moving from high MS incidence area to low MS incidence area after adulthood would find no or very little drop in risk because the time to "educate" the immune system is already passed. Additionally, a "trait" of developed populations is that, on a percentage basis, we might live among undeveloped populations but we won't live under those conditions. We will sterilize our water, wash our food and exercise sanitation, which also means that, even though living amongst undeveloped populations, we are much less likely to experience evolutionary normal exposure.
shye wrote:But how where do you get the therapy? I am in NYC, and not aware of it here, but then again, never looked for it. Will do some searching now, and would appreciate any input from you on this.
Alica wrote:You truly surprised me. I really didn’t think that someone around here would give any consideration to this “natural” treatment. But if you’re desperate then there is no stopping you. At least this is how I feel. The thought of living with worms inside of my body kind of grosses me out and gives me goose bumps. When push comes to shove, I’m not ruling out anything. Please keep us posted. Thank you.
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