Is it possible that parasites cause multiple sclerosis? What we’re finding in the Live Disease Free Academy and what current research is revealing is that people who suffer with multiple sclerosis are infested with parasites.
Chronic disease is caused by multiple infections. By the time a disease is diagnosed we are in a state of severe dysbiosis, meaning the microbes in our body are out of balance. The disease-causing microbes outweigh the health-promoting microbes in our body.
Why is it important to talk about parasites?
The connection between parasites and chronic disease is further evidence that MS is an infectious disease. We have created several YouTube videos on parasitic infections, and shared ground-breaking research showing that MS is an infectious disease. In the Live Disease Free Academy we’re seeing incredible symptom improvements and even full recoveries when our students treat parasites and other infections.
We’ve been told for so long that parasites aren’t something we need to worry about in the developed world, but the evidence is right in front of us.
At least eight known filarial nematodes use humans as their hosts. They are transmitted by biting insects like mosquitos, black flies and ticks, and settle in different areas in the body.
Filarial worms can infect the eyes, lymphatic system, skin, intestines, blood vessels, and central nervous system (CNS). Depending on the type of worm and where it lives in the body, it can cause unpleasant symptoms including rashes, arthritis, hyper or hypo pigmentation, abdominal pain, and fatigue.
Remarkably, research has shown that animals with these parasitic infections in their CNS have all the neurological symptoms associated with MS. These symptoms include extreme fatigue, tingling, numbness, balance issues, spasticity, weakness and paralysis.
Nematodes were not identified in the spinal fluid of animals or humans until 2016 by Dr. Alan MacDonald. Previously, researchers only looked for nematodes in the brain, but it is difficult to find them there because once they’ve caused the damage they move on. Dr. MacDonald found it very easy to find them in spinal fluid.
Symptoms of parasites
Unfortunately, if we’re infected with parasites, symptoms often don’t show right away. It takes time for the nematodes to establish themselves and increase in population. Symptoms can come on slowly, with minor issues like muscle twitches, cramping in calves, fatigue, and stomach issues. What the research is showing however, is that those with MS are infested with parasites.
Our medically-trained practitioners are not taught to recognize the symptoms of parasitic infestations. They are not comfortable prescribing the treatments, and the tests to identify parasites are poor. False negatives are often the case.
But is all this really true?
To learn more about how parasites cause multiple sclerosis please check out my videos below. The pictures that I share in the videos prove that people who suffer with multiple sclerosis and other chronic diseases are infested with parasites. As soon as we can get more doctors on board, more people will be able to recover from MS and other chronic disease.
Clinically diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 28, Pam chose an alternative approach to recovery. Now decades later and still symptom free, she coaches others on how to treat the root cause of chronic disease, using a holistic approach. She can teach you how, too.
Pam is the author of Become a Wellness Champion and founder of Live Disease Free. She is a wellness expert, coach and speaker.
The Live Disease Free Academy has helped hundreds of Wellness Champions in over 15 countries take charge of their health and experience profound improvements in their life.