Greetings. It’s New Zealand naturopath, Eric
Bakker, author of Candida Crusher and formulator of the Canxida range of supplements. This
is a Blastocystis hominis series of videos that we’re doing today. Have you clicked on
the link yet? Please click on the link on your screen right now to download my free
report. And don’t forget to do my quiz on yeastinfectin.org.
I don’t want to give myself too much of a plug, but my range of Canxida supplements
are fantastic for people with Blastocystis hominis and parasite infection in general.
When I created the Canxida Remove, I wanted to create the most effective and powerful
broad-spectrum anti-parasite/antifungal/anti-bacterial product in the world. That’s what I wanted
to do. I just wanted to create something outstanding. Something that really works time and again
for all of my patients. You can find that product at Canxida.com. Check that out and
that’s going to help you a lot. We’re going to talk right now about the unusual
signs and symptoms of a Blastocystis hominis infection. Because it’s not all about the
gut. Remember the gut influences many different aspects of your health. We, in fact, call
the gut the “second brain.” I haven’t completed some videos yet on the vagus nerve and the
autonomic dysfunction. I’m not going to confuse you too much with that now. But suffice it
to say, the gut has a big influence on the brain and on many aspects of our well-being.
When the digestive system is upset with blasto, you can get signs and symptoms throughout
the body. Common ones I’ve seen � because I see a lot of people � or I should say,
less common, you may not experience these, but some people will really relate to these.
You may have a digestive problem, but you also may have very itchy skin. You may have
joint pain. You may have a finger joint that occasionally hurts. You could have brain fog.
You could get all sorts of sharp shooting pains throughout the body. You can get all
sorts of muscle twitches. You could get Urticaria. Even hay fever and various kinds of hypersensitivity
responses are linked to having blasto. Now, you’re thinking, “Hang on a minute. This
sounds like a lot of bologna. How can that be?” When blasto affects the body, it affects
the immune system. When the immune system is affected, the immune system can create
all sorts of chemicals that have peripheral effects all over the body, in the brain, in
the central nervous system, in the peripheral nervous system, in the skin, many organs can
be affected, so the whole body can be affected when the gut’s been affected. Particularly
when the digestive system has been affected for a number of years, you can get a lot of
strange peripheral symptoms. And you go to the doctor and that’ll be seen as a separate
disease, so then you’ll get more drugs for those diseases that the doctor has got no
clue about. Ask yourself this question, this is very important
and I want you to pay attention. The symptoms that you’ve got that are unusual; did they
come after digestive system symptoms? Did you a long time ago develop gut complaints
and then over a period of months or years develop other symptoms on top of that? Those
are the sort of things I look for when I have a patient who’s been chronically unwell for
years. Because chronic disease is a progression. It’s a development. A ladder develops over
a period of time, so we get symptoms here, symptoms here, symptoms here, and they just
progress. Unfortunately, the medical profession sees
all these symptoms as completely unrelated and each symptom gets its own drug, which
to me is just crazy. Because chronic disease has an origin. And if we really carefully
peel back the layers, look at the beginning, and treat that, we can often clear up all
of these other symptoms that came. Isn’t that common sense? To me, it’s just common sense.
But for the medical profession, it means all these additional drugs are given to you, which
create additional side effects. Remember, blasto can create gut problems,
but it can also create a lot of peripheral problems as well. Have a think about that.
Thanks for tuning in.