Parasites Be Gone! the True Nature Way
This is a profound case study of the True Nature Process. As a beginning approach with most clients, the process is to assess metabolic function and type, biochemistry through blood analysis, and toxicity risks through HTMA (Hair & Tissue Mineral Analysis). This combination of assessments/analyses provides a very solid understanding of underlying stresses in a person's body without undergoing extensive and expensive testing. In particular, patterns analysis with blood reports provides deep insight into dysfunctional organ and systems patterns which would not be detected in a standard medical analysis. Functional blood chemistry analysis differs from standard analysis in two ways: first, the ranges are greatly narrowed from those seen in medical practice, and second, certain markers are combined with one another to observe pattern expression. Medical reference ranges were developed from the averaging of millions of sick people results, with the top and bottom 5%'s lobbed off - needless to say, this leaves a lot of room for illness to be expressed. In functional analysis, the focus is on a more narrow "wellness" range, knowing that if there is movement outside that range, imbalances may develop into deep & complicated illness over time. It is widely understood that the process of inflammation, whether acute or chronic, provides the foundation for illness development. When the body fails to attack a pathogen or toxin, or when it fails to return to homeostasis in the aftermath of a considerable stressor (of any kind), inflammation results and diagnosable illness can ensue. The main goal of investigation at True Nature is to decipher root causes of inflammation and failure to maintain homeostasis, and thereby restoring balance.
I was contacted by a 43-year-old woman complaining of exhaustion, brain fog, constant jittery-ness, severe light sensitivity and nausea. Prior to onset of her menstrual cycle, she also experienced migraines and emotional disturbance. At the time of inquiry, the client was taking vitamin C, digestive enzymes, and an electrolyte formula. The assessments of Metabolic Typing®, hair & blood in the True Nature Process were initiated with the client. She was determined to be a Slow Oxidizer with her Metabolic Type® and the appropriate nutrition plan was begun and fine-tuned. An important aspect of her daily nutrition became fresh vegetable and fruit juices - with this change, in particular, the client began to have some relief in her jittery-ness and light sensitivity, although not completely resolved.
The client's HTMA revealed low excretion of heavy metals, low zinc (corroborated in her blood chemistry), low sodium and high potassium.
Functional blood chemistry analysis revealed stresses in the following markers:
HIGH: Phosphorus, Eosinophils
LOW: Uric acid, calcium, globulin, Alkaline Phosphatase, triglycerides, cholesterol (total), LDL cholesterol, white blood cells, and hemoglobin
The stress patterns associated with her individual combination of markers were:
Systemic inflammatory activity, zinc deficiency, intestinal parasites, diminished liver function, GI inflammation, long-term immune response, molybdenum deficiency, and magnesium deficiency
The client accepted and initiated a targeted therapeutic protocol including the following: zinc, pyridoxal 5 phosphate, curcumin, soil-based spore biotics, HCL, trace minerals, Amazon herbs, a liver support formula and coffee enema therapy. She first stabilized on the protocol, and then initiated the coffee enema therapy. On the 2nd day of her enema therapy, she expelled a 10" tapeworm. On the 3rd day of enema therapy, a 2nd one. Following these expulsions, the client's nausea and shaky legs disappeared.
Tapeworms can cause a myriad of symptoms, including digestive blockage, bile duct and pancreatic duct blockage, visual impairment, cystic developments in the liver, lungs & other organs,. They can also cause neurocysticercosis, a condition which may involve brain lesions, seizures, meningitis, and dementia. It is a serious infestation and can be quite difficult to locate or identify. With protocols which are safe and easy for most people to tolerate, it is possible to forego the deep diagnosis of a parasitic infection and look instead at the functional pattern to decipher the worthiness of running such a protocol. In this client's situation, the expense of a stool test was difficult to bear. With her elevation in eosinophils, we could presume that a parasitic infection was present and utilize methods to work on expelling the pathogen. In some cases, a specific stool test is highly advised, especially with certain types of pathogens that do not mobilize easily and may require other efforts.
Fortunately, this case resolved completely and the course of this client's life and health were changed for good!