This is very interesting information because you have actually eaten red meat for some time. I have not eaten raw meat as of yet, but I was wondering if you thought that you may have reached a stage where you were actually getting rid of the tape worms, not increasing them? I am including the information from We Want To Live by Aajonus Vonderplanitz:
that live in the body are friendly and should be allowed to run their course. They eat weak, damaged and decaying tissue. parasites
usually occur in individuals lacking enzyme-mutations for eating cooked green and red fruits and vegetables. See 'If I Lack Enzyme-Mutations, What Foods Should I Avoid?', page 174. Caffeine causes weakening and decaying of tissue.
If you get too weak during a tape worm detoxification, eating plenty of fresh raw onions with meat usually forces a Tapeworm
to evacuate with feces. Drinking lime juice usually prevents or minimizes any parasite's ability to reproduce. Avoiding cooked green and cooked red fruits and vegetables (including caffeine) and eating plenty of fresh raw red, orange and green foods, raw vegetable juices, unheated honey and fresh raw lemon juice cleanse the tissues and stop future need for parasites."
I am including the paragraphs on the above-mentioned foods:
"If a person lacks enzyme-mutations to digest, assimilate or utilize cooked or processed green foods, she or he should avoid eating or drinking cooked or processed green foods such as ordinary olive oils, cooked leafy vegetables (including steamed) artichoke, celery, green beans (string beans), green peppers, broccoli, any pastas made from green foods such as spinach, cooked vegetables juices (canned or bottled), teas (including herbal unless sun-steeped) and food coloring
If a person lacks enzyme-mutations to digest, assimilate or utilize cooked or processed red fruits and vegetables, she or he should avoid eating or drinking cooked or processed red or orange fruits and vegetables, like store-bought strawberry prserves and jams, cherry, cranberry, tomato, vegetable and orange juices and drinks, tomato sauces, catsup, carrots, peppers (including cayenne and paprika), red and brown beans and food coloring
. Other cooked foods to avoid that have red in their pigments are coffee, chocolate, boysenberries, grapes and blueberries. Therefore cooked or processed apple, strawberry, cherry, boysenberry, grape and blueberry jams, juices, syrups and pies should be avoided.
If a personal lacks enzyme-mutations to digest, assimilate or utilize cooked or processed yellow foods, she or he should avoid eating or drinking cooked or processed yellow or orange foods, like ordinary corn oils, cooked corn (including steamed or popped), carrots, yellow squashes and onions, corn bread, banana bread, pasteurized or frozen juices (including pineapple, lemon and orange) and food coloring