Why Pam Believes that Parasites Cause MS

After decades of research and millions of dollars to fund it, not much is changed in terms of how we diagnose and treat multiple sclerosis. We still don’t know what causes MS and there is no cure. It is generally speculated that in MS patients, the immune system attacks nerve tissue for some unknown reason.

Today there are over 20 disease modifying, immunosuppressive, maintenance pharmaceuticals available to treat MS, none of which will stop the progression towards disability and all have terrible adverse effects.

Outside standard of care, there is compelling evidence that confirms that multiple sclerosis is an infectious disease caused by a parasitic infestation. It is vital that this information is shared with our healthcare professionals so they can help us bring change to the way that multiple sclerosis and other diseases are diagnosed and treated.

Evidence that MS is an infectious disease caused by a parasitic infestation

1.“GI-related physician visits and drug dispensations were more common in the 5 years before the first demyelinating event versus matched controls. GI symptoms are a measurable feature of the prodromal or early phase of MS, with a sex difference evident.”[i]

2. Nearly 70% of MS patients have bowel symptoms.[ii]

3. The most common chronic digestive symptom in those with MS is constipation, affecting about half of those with MS, but other digestive symptoms include:[iii] [iv] [v]

  • Difficulty swallowing
  • Heartburn
  • Chronic burping
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Gastrointestinal pain
  • Bloating
  • Excessive fullness
  • Loss of appetite
  • Diarrhea
  • Alternating constipation and diarrhea
  • Fecal incontinence.

4. Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a chronic condition in which people suffer from abdominal pain, bloating, and constipation and/or diarrhea.  Research shows that 28% of those with MS have IBS.[vi]

5. Those diagnosed with Crohn’s disease or colitis have a higher risk of developing multiple sclerosis later in life.[vii]

6. Leading medical groups and centers report that parasites cause:[viii] [ix]

  • Abdominal or stomach pain or tenderness
  • Gas / bloating
  • Diarrhea
  • Loose stool containing blood and mucus
  • Constipation
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Rash are itching around the rectum or vulva
  • Cramps
  • Bladder issues
  • Fatigue
  • Anemia
  • Brain fog
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Insomnia
  • Pain
  • Heat sensitivity
  • Weakness
  • Neurological symptoms.

7. Anemia is more common in MS patients than in healthy people and if someone has anemia, they have a two times greater risk of developing multiple sclerosis later in life.[x]

8. Parasites are present in all countries and are found in untreated water, in the soil, on our produce, in our pets and in us.

9. Studies indicate that MS patients experience improvements in bowel movements and mobility for many years after receiving fecal microbiota transplantations (FMTs).[xi]

10. The findings from a four year double-blind controlled study of the parasite drugs levamisole in multiple sclerosis patients showed that levamisole significantly reduced the number of MS patients with acute relapse during the 4 year period of treatment.[xii]

11. “Research shows that animal exposure, and specifically dog exposure, in early adolescence was associated with an increased risk of MS.”[xiii]

12. MS and Fungi – Chronic fungal infections, and in particular Candida, have been linked to MS for more than 40 years. Candida infections are more prevalent in MS patients and have been observed in the blood, spinal fluid and even in the nucleus of brain cells in MS patients.[xiv]

13. MS and Lyme Disease – There are many studies dating back to 1911 that show a strong link between a bacterial spirochete infection like Borrelia and MS.[xv] This association is so significant that the MS society states that although Lyme disease and MS share many of the same neurological symptoms, and test results from MRIs and lumbar punctures, they are different diseases because Lyme disease responds well to antibiotics if treated early, while MS does not.[xvi]

14. But then the very same MS society published research showing that antibiotics do help MS patients especially early on in the disease.[xvii]

15. Over 75 studies and 100 years of research show a very strong relationship between MS and a Malaria/Babesia type protozoa.[xviii]

16. Pathologist Dr. Alan MacDonald discovered filarial worms in the central nervous system of every MS subject tested. For more than 100 years, veterinarians have known that when these worms infect the central nervous system of domestic animals, the animals have neurological symptoms identical to those associated with multiple sclerosis.[xix]

Dr. MacDonald also observed tapeworm larvae and developing tape worms in the central nervous system of MS patients.[xx]

17. Inflammation and oxidative stress are both elevated in MS and in other diseases. Inflammation and oxidative stress in disease occurs when the immune system is fighting something. The main function of the immune system is to defend the body from infections/parasites and the immune system uses various tools to do so, including oxygen in oxidative stress.

Malondialdehyde (MDA) is a marker for oxidative stress and is higher in people with multiple sclerosis. Parasites cause high MDA and oxidative stress.[xxi]

Multiple sclerosis patients also have higher levels of lactate or lactic acid in the blood and spinal fluid which is linked to progression and disability.[xxii]

18. MS has also been linked to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD), including problems like heart attack, stroke and heart failure.[xxiii]

19. A low carbohydrate diet helps those with MS.[xxiv] Parasites favorite sources of energy are carbs and simple sugars.

Viruses are not living and do not require food.

20. Over the years, our Wellness Champion students have shared hundreds of pictures of the parasites that they have passed.[xxv] [xxvi]

21. MS recovery successes from the Wellness Champions who treated the parasitic infections effectively.[xxvii]

Wellness Champion updates

Student #1. Arthritis diagnosis

She started following the Live Disease Free diet and is getting ready to treat parasites. She shared, “I am actually doing more gardening and I am starting to go on walks. I am definitely gaining the ability to move my paralyzed index finger! Yay! I have been sleeping better and am only getting up once to use the bathroom at night now.”

Student #2 . Diagnosed with MS and joined the Live Disease Free plan less than 1 week ago

“It’s only been a few days since I joined. I am polishing up my diet and I already feel less stiffness & reduced tingling in my right hand.”

Student #3.

“Things are actually going really well. I am following the Live Disease Free diet (100% correctly) and I have made major improvements to the point where I have even been able to skateboard again even though my balance and strength are not perfect. My body is much more able to heal and the worms seem very inhibited.”

Student #4.

“You were absolutely right about the tweaks to my diet. Shooting for 30-35 carbs daily is a game changer. I have been feeling a difference in less inflammation! I have more energy, my mobility has improved, I am able to work longer and feel better, my brain is more clear, I am able to drive better and I can lift my foot higher. The movement in my right hand is also getting better.”

Student #5.

“I am a former ICU and trauma nurse. I joined the Live Disease Free Plan because I suffered from MS and thought I was going to die. I was collapsing without notice. I would wake up from a restful sleep with heart palpitations, sweating and dizziness. I had a complete cardiac work up and my heart was healthy so why was I having these cardiac events?

I was numb from the neck down. I couldn’t feel my lungs expanding with each breath, so I felt as though I was suffocating. My hands felt like they were on fire and I had sensitivity to water. It felt as though the water was boiling hot when it was not, so showering was very painful.

Fast forward to my third round of parasite treatments where I now have almost ZERO symptoms!! I only have a slight tingle in my hands. I am working out again and I am going back to work.

I can now my ride bike, jump on trampoline and play with my kids and sip on tea on the deck with my friends on a hot day because I am no longer sensitive to heat.”

There are real solutions to recover from parasites today!

To restore health, we must focus on treating the cause of inflammation, which are parasites. First, identify the enemy (parasites), then support the body and treat the parasites while following a holistic approach. When parasitic infections are treated effectively, we can overcome inflammation or disease.

If you’re frustrated with the fact that our standard of care STILL doesn’t offer a real solution for treating MS and other diseases, then click on the link below to watch Pam Bartha’s free masterclass training and discover REAL solutions that have allowed Pam and many others to live free from MS and other diseases.

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References

[i] https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/acn3.51945

[ii] https://mymsaa.org/ms-information/symptoms/bowel-problems/#:~:text=Bowel%20symptoms%20can%20affect%20nearly,the%20bowel%20can%20become%20disrupted.

[iii] https://badgut.org/information-centre/a-z-digestive-topics/multiple-sclerosis-and-the-gut/

[iv] https://www.ms.pitt.edu/symptom-management/stomach-and-intestinal-issues#GI

[v] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3791579/

[vi] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6814419/

[vii] https://livediseasefree.com/the-link-between-inflammatory-bowel-disease-and-ms/

[viii] https://www.mountsinai.org/health-library/condition/intestinal-parasites

[ix] https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/diseases/24911-parasites

[x] https://karger.com/ene/article-abstract/73/3-4/233/125884/Association-between-Anemia-and-Multiple-Sclerosis?redirectedFrom=fulltext

[xi] https://livediseasefree.com/fecal-transplants-ms/

[xii] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/2081685/

[xiii] https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30471586/

[xiv] https://livediseasefree.com/ms-infections-not-chron/#

[xv] https://livediseasefree.com/ms-infections/#multiple-sclerosis-and-parasites

[xvi] https://mscanada.ca/ms-allied-diseases-and-conditions-to-rule-out

[xvii] https://livediseasefree.com/does-antibiotic-therapy-help-ms/

[xviii] https://livediseasefree.com/tag/malaria/

[xix] https://livediseasefree.com/roundworms-discovered-in-the-spinal-fluid-of-ms-subjects/

[xx] https://livediseasefree.com/study-finds-tapeworms-in-the-spinal-fluid-of-ms-patients/

[xxi] https://livediseasefree.com/parasite-induced-high-mda-linked-to-ms-disability/

[xxii] https://livediseasefree.com/high-lactate-in-ms-linked-to-disease-progression/

[xxiii] https://livediseasefree.com/increased-risk-of-heart-disease-in-ms/

[xxiv] https://livediseasefree.com/live-disease-free-diet-guidelines/

[xxv] https://livediseasefree.com/large-roundworms-in-ms/

[xxvi] https://livediseasefree.com/intestinal-flukes/

[xxvii] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pePNexEt8Sg&list=PLnPmV3gh5msEZ8AIkaNo_9c_IKZly7O-2

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