(Article translated to English, intended for our Italian visitors and members)

I am pleased to see that other professionals are doing research on parasites and their connection with man. Dr. Clark was known worldwide for his research on parasites and their connection to humans.

Dr. Clark said that it is normal to have parasites, but what is not normal is that they spend their entire life cycle in our body. So " our parasites survive with us, but the way in which thrive depends on our health. Do not thrive when we are healthy. In nature the less healthy animal is the most "parasitized". "The poor health and parasitism go hand in hand."

Research confirms that they thrive and reproduce depends on the habitat that is in us. The site onlinelibrary mentions that parasitism requires that the parasite survives in its host long enough to reproduce. Explain that after co - evolved with the host immune system, it is not surprising that the parasites develop relationships rather unique with their guests, in order to support their lifestyle parasitic sophisticated. Parasites gastrointestinal nematodes are exploiting the potential intestinal and choose the gut as a habitat regardless of its powerful immune system. Despite the hostility of this environment, these worms not only survive but thrive, living in balance with the immunity of the host. "

Roundworms are round worms, produce up to 200,000 eggs per day, and it is the largest intestinal parasite. About 1 billion people worldwide are infected, among them many children. With a test Syncrometer of 133 people, was present in 88% of cases.

Dr. Clark discovered that may remain in the body for years without symptoms give us but despite this, we steal iron and copper, weaken bones and prevent proper operation marrow, spleen and liver. Increase where the immune system is weak. They are involved in many diseases and with various symptoms that list below : ( photo by Wikipedia.org ) seizures , respiratory ailments , asthma , herpes 1 and 2 , eczema , psoriasis , problems joints and muscles , arthritis , allergies , indigestion and stomach inflammation , anemia , lead chickenpox , involved with mumps , coxsackie virus , adenovirus , mycobacterium avium , early stage of cancer , night sweats , swollen eyelids , and other pests even depression .

The larval stages of tapeworms as roundworms wiggle and molt several times to grow up to become adults. Molting (changing the skin) releasing harmful chemicals.

In roundworms, these chemicals as 1,10 - phenanthroline , guanidine , guanidine methyl and others, also use our benzoquinone and rodizonico acid , which are natural anti - parasitic products from our body .

Although Dr. Clark said that the waste products of the parasites produce ammonia, a chemical that can get to our brain and prevent our sleep , and certain parasites that may be involved with our depressions and our addictions , I always wondered how far these toxic substances produced by parasites might affect our brains , our behavior and our emotions .

My question has been answered in part by this video:

However it was interesting to read the study in that parasites also produce morphine. The effects of morphine on the functions of neurons and brain structures are well known but the study below shows the impact they have on our immunity.

This study demonstrates for the first time the presence of morphine in Ascaris suum, and this even after 5 days of storage in the laboratory as well as the means for sustaining life and the ability to synthesize morphine. The data suggest that in the case of roundworms, morphine is excreted in the microenvironment where it could be used as a signaling molecule. We hypothesize that morphine aid the parasite to evade immune surveillance and thus increase the stability of its microenvironment ensuring its survival. This strategy seems to ensure the survival of the eggs. Furthermore, morphine ascarids manifests itself in the same effect of morphine on the natural release NO monocyte, an effect antagonized by naloxone. This result suggests that morphine of roundworms can act on immune cells to improve their survival.

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