Tag Archives: infection

Treating Long COVID Before Treating Parasites

Parasites are the main cause of all disease and the greater our parasite burden, the more likely we will suffer from Long COVID. It has been estimated that about 80% of people who had COVID-19 also suffer from Long COVID. To effectively treat parasites and recover from chronic disease, it’s important to first treat Long […]

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The Link Between COVID-19 and Parasites

There is a growing interest in the scientific community and with practitioners about the connection between parasites and COVID-19 and how parasites may influence the course of COVID-19 infections. There are two aspects of parasites and COVID-19 that must be addressed. First, how the parasites that live in the body affect how sick a person […]

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Case Study #3 Recovering from MS by Treating Parasites

It’s heartbreaking that so many people spend tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars on their health and they’re still sick. They have tried everything to get well, except treating parasites. Parasites cause disease and the only way to recover from disease is to treat them effectively. The following case study shares the journey […]

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Live Disease Free Q&A

In the video below, Pam Bartha answers your questions about supplements, diet, treating parasites and other health topics related to recovering from MS and other diseases. She also shares some amazing current successes of Wellness Champions who are following the Live Disease Free Plan. There are real solutions to recover from parasites today! To restore […]

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Enemas for Treating Parasites

Anyone suffering from ongoing illness, autoimmune disease, heart disease or cancer has a parasitic infestation. Parasites are the biggest cause of disease and they are challenging to treat. Enemas on their own will not effectively treat a parasitic infestation, but the right type of enema plays a crucial role in an effective parasite treatment plan. […]

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Does Antibiotic Therapy Help MS?

The National MS Society suggests that MS and Lyme Disease share much in common – especially when it comes to symptoms and testing positive through MRI and lumbar punctures. Yet they claim that the big difference between Lyme disease and MS is that MS patients don’t respond to antibiotic therapy, whereas Lyme patients often do […]

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