How To Treat Dientamoeba Fragilis

Hi there! Eric Bakker, naturopath from New Zealand. Author of Candida Crusher, formulator of the Canxida range of products. Thanks for checking out my video. We’re going to talk about the best natural treatment for parasites like Dientamoeba Fragilis, but also for Blastocystis hominis, giardia lamblia, Cryptosporidium, and various other bugs like that.

When you look at this video, no doubt you will have looked at many other videos I trust on the internet on parasites. You may have looked at some medical ones, you may have looked at some natural ones, and you may be here thinking, “Well, maybe this guy is going to tell me something I need to know. Maybe he’s going to tell me something that’s crap or some good information, but all I want to know is the best natural treatment for this bug?”

Well, I could tell you one very important thing-taking pills is no guarantee you’re going to get rid of anything. If you’re going to look at this video and think just by taking a bunch of dietary supplements you’re going to get rid of this bug. You haven’t really got a hope in hell because you need to make changes on quite a few levels. If you want to get rid of this thing permanently; I don’t like using the “cure” word, but if you want to eradicate a parasite from the body, you need to understand that just taking a drug like doxycycline, iodoquinol, secnidazole, even just taking garlic with a high allicin extract, or oregano oil with a high carvacrol content, anything like that at all. You think you can just take something and sort it, you’re in fantasy land, because it ain’t going to happen.

How can I sit there and say that, you say? What kind of a fool is this idiot with glasses on telling me this information? I can say it based on thousands of patients over nearly 30 years of experience. I treat a lot of people with parasites. I’ve been long enough in the business to see a huge recurrence rate with people coming back again and again and again. I’ve just had a look at a very interesting medical website where they say that the success rate on doxycycline and iodoquinol is very, very high. You can read all these testimonials on the website. The funny thing is these are exactly the patients who come to see me after they’ve been on these pharmaceutical drugs for one or two rounds.

I can’t tell you how many people I’ve seen over the years that have taken a pharmaceutical drug and felt really well, then it all turned to crap. Then they started getting abdominal pain and the gas again. Then they started looking for somebody else. These are the cases that end up at my doorstep. I’ve got to start thinking, “How can I help this patient finally overcome this thing permanently?” It’s usually only by adopting a combination of multiple different aspects to put them in a protocol that’s going to get the result that you’re looking for.

As I mentioned, just taking pills is not really going to create a permanent fix. Looking at boosting up your immune system is very clever. Looking and assessing what’s going on in your digestive system on a much wider basis is very intelligent because many people who’ve got one or multiple parasites will often also have very low levels of beneficial bacteria. They’ll have bacteria that are going in transit from good to bad to ugly. They’ll also have, perhaps, a yeast infection internally. One or multiple Candida species or other kinds of species living inside their gut. They may have other challenges like poor digestive enzymes. There could be inflammation. There could be elevated or depressed circulatory IgA-poor immune function. They could have a high eosinophil count in the blood. There could be lots of different things going on.

Getting a comprehensive stool test is a smart thing to do if you’ve got parasites. You can go to many different kinds of labs-Genova Diagnostics or Doctor’s Data tend to be the better labs to get the stool test done. If you suspect parasites and you’ve got tummy pain, diarrhea, bloating, gas, something like that, then you need to be on your toes and think, “I need to do a full assessment and find out what’s going on,” before you jump into natural treatment. Get all the facts first. Make sure that things are assessed carefully and properly before you do that. All the information is what you want, and then you can make an informed decision. Shooting from the hip is not a good idea.

Let’s have a look at a natural treatment plan for a bug like Dientamoeba Fragilis. How are you going to put this together? My question to you, if you were a patient, would be: How long have you been ill for? What kind of lifestyle have you got? What are the contributing factors that led to you getting this infection in the first place? What has your diet been like? What is your occupation like? Do you travel a lot? Have you got good hygiene? Are you willing to make some changes in your lifestyle where changes need to be made? Can you stop drinking alcohol for 12 months? Can you stop traveling for several months? Set yourself down in one spot so you can get well. Can you cut down on different kinds of stresses? Can you get rid of that crappy job that’s not paying you enough money that’s pissing you off?

Start thinking about these kind of things because I want you to improve your immune system. I want your sleep to be improved. If you got poor sleep, you’ll never recover. If you got high stress, you’ll never recover. You can take all the pills you want; it’s not going to work. Or if it does work, it’ll be a partial result. Remember, lifestyle will account for three quarters of recovery from parasites. This could be one of the reasons again why people who take even a pharmaceutical don’t quite get that long term effect that they’re looking for. They took the pill for the ill, and they kept on doing the same stuff they were doing, and it came back. I’ve seen it not once, not twice, I’ve seen it hundreds of times with people. They went through the trouble of taking a pharmaceutical, getting the result they’re looking for, but it didn’t hold long enough.

The other thing that you need to learn with parasites is I think that a very important aspect of treatment that’s totally overlooked-not just with natural treatment, but we commonly find this in medical treatment. They’ll go one round of drugs and they’ll expect it to be finished. Well, it’s not going to happen. Parasites are very clever. You can knock them down, but they come back up again. This is what I call the “sucker punch.” When you’ve hit something hard, you wait a little while, then you hit it hard again. How many times have you seen a movie (well, if it’s women watching this they probably wouldn’t have seen this) but if you’re a guy watching this, how many times have you seen a film when the bad guy got knocked down and he’s lying on the ground, and then the guy who hit him thinks, “Yes I’ve won!” But then, all of a sudden the bad guy comes up with a knife or a gun and bang. He gets the good guy. That’s what parasites do. You knock them down. You think they’re down, but they turn around and bite you in the butt.

I think a very smart move (which from experience works well for me) is to treat the patient for a six-week block and then wait probably about 14 days and then do the sucker punch. Hit them again. It’s a very clever approach. It works well for a lot of people. This tends to put the bugs at rest for a long time. I use it successfully for helicobacter pylori infection, cryptosporidium, Dientamoeba, pseudomonas, Blastocystis, many different types of bugs when I encounter. I find it works more so for parasites than it does for Candida. With Candida, I think it’s best just to keep treating, treating, treating, and then back off treatment. Then maybe you can do another treatment phase, but with parasites, you do that double whammy. It tends to work quite well. Just think about that. Treatment, getting a result, backing off treatment, and then treating hard again.

There are different types of products that you can use for Dientamoeba Fragilis and Blasto, but I want you to consider the Canxida Remove product that I’ve created. It’s been working very, very well for a lot of people now for different types of bugs. We’ve actually seen this by doing stool tests pre and post. We’ve seen huge reductions in numbers. Incredibly good results. Person’s taking this for two months, especially when the dosages are around the two or three tablets per day in conjunction with raw garlic, maybe some additional oregano, maybe some additional grapefruit seed extract depending on how bad the infection is. It’s working quite well indeed.

At the same time, you’re doing the anti-treatment, I think it’s also good to take an enzyme probiotic supplement. Nearly all people with Dientamoeba need digestive support. The Canxida Restore contains the enzymes and the probiotics, which are going to greatly assist things like gas and bloating. They’ll improve the appetite and the bowel function quite a lot. While the Canxida Remove will help to cleanse the gut. Not just get rid of the Dientamoeba, but also suppress Candida because it’s a very broad spectrum anti-microbial product that should work quite well for you. I’ll talk more a little bit about the Canxida products a bit later on in another video.

That’s the best natural treatment. A good balance between lifestyle and diet and supplementation. It’s the best way to permanently eradicate any kind of parasite you’ve got in your body. Is by really looking at the overall picture and to see what you can fix up in your life. Not just a matter of popping a pill and thinking, “Well this will fix it up.” It’s a waste of time. Thanks for tuning in.

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