For anyone I see with chronic or auto immune diseases, one of my priorities is to find out the cause as soon as I possibly can. Of course treating the symptoms is always part of the programme as I want to reduce these as quickly as possible.
But for long term success, it is important to find out why the symptoms are occurring in the first place.
I usually refer to this as ‘going upstream’ to see what is causing the symptoms that are occurring downstream.
In the last 5 years, it has been clear to me that most chronic and auto-immune diseases are accompanied by a high pathogenic load. This may be specific viruses like Epstein Barr Virus (EBV) or Cytomegalovirus, bacteria like borrelia that is associated with Lyme disease and of course parasites.
There is increasing evidence that a high pathogenic load in your body predisposes you to disease.
I am writing this at the time of the Coronavirus and so we are all becoming more aware of the different viruses and the harm they can do to us. If we take flu for example, we get the ‘flu-like’ symptoms which is caused by the immune system mobilising to fight the viral infection. The same can happen when you get sore throats and other common ailments from common bacteria such as Streptococcus and Staphylococcus.
Provided these infections do not occur too often, then your immune system can cope and keep you fit and well.
However, in my experience the most dangerous pathogens are those that can reside in our bodies for years and only become active when a stressful event or trauma in your life puts your immune system under a lot of stress and diverts its attention. This diversion provides those pathogens that are lying under the surface with an opportunity to break out and cause havoc.
A typical one is the Epstein Barr Virus that many young people get in the form of glandular fever. If you get glandular fever when you are young, once the symptoms have passed you feel that the danger from that virus is over but that is not always the case.
The EBV can lie low for many years and can come back later on and get active when your immune system gets low. This virus can attack the nervous system and can have serious consequences. This virus is often present in many chronic diseases and auto-immune diseases like Multiple Sclerosis.
Another good example is shingles. As you may know, shingles comes from the chicken pox virus and lies dormant inside your body. If you become stressed from life events, illness, or exposure to environmental toxins, shingles can surface and wreak havoc. The virus was there all the time, but only when you give it conditions in which it can thrive does it actually do so. I am starting to see these types of infections in younger people whereas in the past this was always considered to be an ‘old person’s infection.
Some new research from Germany
The World Health Organisation estimates that more than 15 percent of all cancers are directly or indirectly attributable to infectious pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
Because of this, researchers in Germany believe that you can prevent disease occurring if you determine somone’s pathogenic load and move to remove those pathogens that are found.
For this reason an international team of genome researchers has been set up led by the German Cancer Research Centre to provide a precise overview of which viruses play a role in which cancers.
The research is being led by the German Cancer Research Centre but it is being coordinated by the Pan-Cancer Analysis of Whole Genomes (PCAWG), a consortium of more than 1,300 researchers who have teamed up for this research.
The team has discovered traces of 23 different virus types in 356 cancer patients. The EBV is known to cause a number of different types of cancer, in particular lymphomas and gastric and nasopharyngeal cancers. Hepatitis B virus was found in 62 of the 330 cases of liver cancer.
The human papillomaviruses, most commonly HPV16, is prevalent in cervical cancers but also in head and neck tumours. Retroviruses are also known to cause kidney cancers. The presence of the virus appears to support malignant cell degeneration through other factors.
As research goes on, the researchers are discovering traces of viruses in considerably more tumours than in earlier studies.
Reading this research reminded me of some pioneering work done by a German chemist, Hulda Clarke, in the 1990’s. She worked with cancer patients in the US for many years and she found that parasites were present in most tumours she investigated. She even went to the extent of associating different types of parasites to specific types of cancers, much in the same way as the Germans are doing now with the viruses.
More importantly for me, she also associated parasites with common chronic conditions. For example she concluded that the Ascaris parasite was always present in Asthma, and the Stronglyloid parasite in migraines. She listed every type of chronic disease and the parasite that is most likely to be associated with it.
As you can imagine she was a very controversial figure in her time and ridiculed by the establishment in the US. However, now that I have the Bioresonance equipment I can pick up the frequency patterns of the different pathogens in the body and it is rare that I don’t find evidence of viruses, parasites and/or pathogenic bacteria in any type of chronic disease. I often find Hulda Clarke’s findings to be accurate.
She was clearly a pioneer in the work that she did and this is borne out by the fact that the medical establishment are now, 25 years later, starting to associate the causes of many cancers and diseases to a pathogenic load in the body.
Pathogenic bacteria plays a major role in chronic disease. We are all of course aware of the more common varieties such as Streptococcus and Staphyloccoccus which may appear in tonsillitis and throat and even ear infections that I mentioned earlier.
However, I am increasingly finding the presence of the spirogette family of bacteria that are behind Lyme disease. Traditionally it was felt that this type of bacteria was only contractable from tics but we are now finding that mosquitos and even spiders can be carriers. As the weather gets warmer and wetter the activities of tics and other insects will increase and this will lead to increasing numbers of people who are infected.
This disease is not properly recognised by the medical establishment. One of the reasons for this is getting a proper diagnosis. This is because the symptoms of Lyme can emulate those of practically every type of chronic and auto-immune disease around so sufferers are often taken down the wrong path.
Also, establishing Lyme disease from a blood test is difficult and will often yield negative results even though it is clear from the symptoms a serious infection has taken place. You can get more thorough blood tests by private clinics but their charges tend to be extortionate.
The great thing about testing with Bioresonance is that you can pick up the energy patterns of the main Lyme bacteria and all its co-infections. Lyme doesn’t just come with the Borrelia family of bacteria, it nearly also includes other intracellular bacteria such as Babesia and Bartonella that will be contributing to the symptoms.
Every type of pathogen has a different frequency pattern and through Bioresoance I am able to find out which frequency patterns are present.
Finding the bacteria is the easy part – getting rid of it is much harder. Everyone’s infection has different characteristics and this is why an individual protocol is needed for each case.
The symptoms of Lyme do emulate practically every type of chronic and auto immune disease. I have seen cases of MS for example where Lyme and co infections are present. Is the condition Lyme or MS?
Certainly removing the Lyme bacteria has to be the initial target so that you can get a clearer picture of what is going on. If any of my family were to be diagnosed with a chronic or auto immune disease, I would suggest that they get properly tested for Lyme just in case.
Autopsies in the US have indicated that a very high percentage of Parkinson and Alzheimer sufferers have the Lyme bacteria present in the brain. Could these bacteria be a contributor?
Recent research has linked pathogenic bacteria making its way from the gut to the brain through the Central Nervous System so a link between a bacteria and brain disease is a very real possibility and becoming to be widely accepted.
So what can you do?
If you have any type of chronic or auto immune disease, it is worth checking your pathogenic load. The same If you have regular infections, unstable bowels, bloating, allergies, skin rashes, etc because all of these symptoms mean that there are some in-balances in your body and there are usually reasons for it.
But it’s not just about reducing your pathogenic load, it’s all about how efficiently your body is ridding itself of toxins on a daily basis. This is why, in an initial clinic, I will also test the energy status of your liver and kidneys and to see how efficiently your body is metabolising food and removing waste. This means looking at your digestive system from top to bottom.
Simply by not chewing your food efficiently can set off a cascade of events which over many years can lead to a weakened digestive system that does not process food efficiently. Worse than that, it can let in pathogens that can start to cause disease.
So, staying healthy is not simple but then again, once you get organised it’s not that hard either. But as you get older it does mean that you can’t take good health for granted. (Increasingly the case for younger people as well!)
Staying healthy does require planning and some daily input. If you need help with that, or you would like to know your pathogenic load simply leave a message on the site or email me on email@example.com