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Old 08-26-2004, 04:54 PM
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TIP OF THE WEEK FOR FIBRO PATIENTS

Although antibiotics and other drugs are often used to treat parasitic infections, this approach can pose a threat to overall health by upsetting the immune system, according to Dr. Leo Galland. Those who are already immunosuppressed or chronically ill should be especially careful.

Dr. Leon Chaitow agrees and advises pursuing a comprehensive supplement approach rather than medication. "In many cases, antiparasitic prescription drugs have not proved to be lastingly effective," he points out. "They may diminish symptoms for one or two months, but the symptoms later return with full force." Parasites can be fought with high-dosage probiotic substances such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, and Lactobacillus bulgaricus. Treatment may last from eight to twelve weeks.

Dr. Chaitow [anecdotally] reports an 80% success rate in cases of people afflicted with parasites and yeast overgrowth, using this method.

I MYSELF TRY TO USE NATURAL REMEMDIES TO HELP ME GET OVER A FLARE UP. janet
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