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Re: Parasites vs Protozoa, help with yellow stool
 
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Re: Parasites vs Protozoa, help with yellow stool


1. Protozoa are classified as parasites but are microscopic, think bacteria sized. They are vastly overlooked and hard to detect and are quite damaging depending on the species.

2. Yes protozoa require a different protocol.

3. Bile is dependent on a number of things including choline, methionine, taurine. Look up methylation and you will find what you are looking for. Many of the common liver herbal cleanses contain things like milk thistle and dandelion that help stimulate the liver/gallbladder.

The liver produces the bile which is contained in the gallbladder.

Hard infections create much oxidative stress which attacks the liver. It is important to keep the liver open.

4. Damage to the mucous membrane of the intestine due to the infection (read that oxidative stress damaging the lining). I would surmise that deficiency of enzymes could contribute. The intestinal tract contains a majority of the body's immunity (Peyer's Patches etc) - keep sIgA levels up with nutrition such as Vitamins A & D and colostrum and other nutrients.

5. Oxidative stress.

http://patrickrambling-pb.blogspot.com/2012/12/lessons-from-parasites.html
 

 
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