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Re: Blastocystis Hominis Nitazoxanide/Furazolidone/Secnidazole cocktail therapy
 
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Re: Blastocystis Hominis Nitazoxanide/Furazolidone/Secnidazole cocktail therapy


Hi Rasta,

I think the diet has helped me cope much better in terms of reducing the symptoms. I pretty much did what I recommended in my last posting and I was symptom-free for a few months, but it slowly started coming back again as I relaxed the regimen. Right now I'm thinking that if I follow the diet and take the herbs up until I start the drug cocktail it should keep the blasto & d. fragilis populations down and maybe the drugs will have a better chance of working. I'm planning on starting the drugs on Friday depending on how I'm feeling.

You asked what I eat for breakfast. I've had to change to eat stuff for breakfast that people normally eat for other meals. Here are some suggestions: Potatoes, eggs (assuming you're not vegan), beans. I eat a lot of beans. I buy them dried and use a pressure cooker. I soak them for a few hours and then wash them well (helps prevent gas). After the pressure cooker gets going (5 minutes) it takes only 10 minutes to fully cook the beans. I just think dried beans are healthier than canned.

I was almost a vegetarian when all this started but unfortunately I found this was almost impossible so I started eating chicken and seafood again. I do eat these for breakfast quite a bit.

Spices don't hurt at all so I've been using a lot of different spices for variety. In fact, you might notice in my list that some are actually anti-parasitic.

I use a lot of healthy oils as well because they help a person feel full when you're just eating a lot of veggies and proteins.

Also salsa. Most store bought and restaurant salsa contains sugar, but I've been using either home made (canned) or fresh cut salsa.

Another thing I've found is that I often crave the foods the parasites like. I almost feel like they tell me what to eat, but I think there must be an explanation for this like maybe my body simply doesn't get enough of certain foods because they're eating them, hence the cravings. In any case, I've really had to work to fight those cravings.

The other thing is that eating like this is very expensive. On the other hand, I find cooking for myself is easier than eating out and I've learned to be creative.

I hope this helps!
 

 
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