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Re: accidently rid myself of morgellons


Hmmm....for some, Morgellons can not be totally corrected by restricted diets, although I do think they can help. I think if you get into a more advanced state diet is definitely not going to resolve this disease. Another good resource that also goes into details on how to test for food allergies and has loads of information about vitamins, minerals, herbs and food supplements is an old book called "Prescription for Nutritional Healing" by James F. Balch, M.D. The SCD diet definitely follows a lot of the information in this book as well. Pretty funny it was published back in the 1930's.

I know that yeast is a huge player of this disease, beware of taking probiotics since I have found they seem to mutate into more organisms that invade your body. I was miserable when put on this and my health got worse. I thought I was helixing from it, but over time it was clear that this had fueled me with more problems. I did well after detoxing just to eat yogurt. Also the persistant acidity Morgellons individuals suffer with is due to the explosion of organisms and rapid die off. Most natural systems are slightly acidic; PH 5.6. As organic matter is broken down, it releases acids. A high die off of organisms would indeed increase acidity levels. Interestingly enough acid rain was a huge topic in 2000 so why is it since chem trails started(shhh....they're just comtrials); in those areas it is being conducted PH levels have gone from their typical 5.6 acidity to extreme alkalinity? Hmmmm..... Death of decomposers, poisoned by excess aluminum in the soil or increased acidity slows rate of decomposition. Thus increasing mycorrhizal fungi which live symbiotically on the roots of trees having been poisoned. If you've noticed over the years mold issues are becoming more and more common. There are statements made my Randy Wymore in regards to Morgellons skin testing showing a type of fungus found in plants....hmmmm....Barium, Aluminum, Silver Iodide, and God knows what else is in the mix. Diet? I don't think so, not in the true sense of the word Morgellons. It's a lot more complexed than that.
 

 
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