Parasite Cleansing Program
It's hard to imagine that our health has degraded so much in what we call the age of technology. Through modern medicine and advanced scientific technologies, this is a time when we are supposed to have all the tools necessary to stay healthy, but in reality, the health of the western world is deteriorating. We may be living longer, but we are not living healthier. In fact, the quality of life for the average North American over the age of 45 has decreased significantly in the last 10 years. According to the World Health Organization, the United States spends more money than any other nation in the world on healthcare; yet 36 other nations are ranked higher than it in terms of quality of health.
Worldwide, the estimated number of humans that host parasites alone is well over one billion, primarily in developing countries. In the United States, outbreaks of water-borne parasites are increasingly common due to faulty or inadequate water treatment facilities.
A good cleansing program should always begin by removing the waste in your colon, the last portion of your food processing chain. Gastroenterologist, Dr. Anthony Bassler, tells his colleagues, "Every physician should realize that the intestinal toxemias (poisons) are the most important primary and contributing causes of many disorders and the diseases of the human body."
Graviola an anti-parasitic herbal remedy from the Amazon Rainforest. One study demonstrated that an acetogenin in Graviola was selectively cytotoxic to colon adenocarcinoma cells in which it was 10,000 times the potency of adriamycin (a chemotherapy drug). Cancer research is ongoing on Graviola, and four new studies have been published in 1998 which further narrow down the specific phytochemicals which are demonstrating the strongest anticancerous and antiviral properties.
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