August 26, 2013

Brain Eating Parasite

Posted in PARASITES tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 4:53 pm by PCOSLady

PCOS Lady:
The brain eating parasite i first heard of was seen in Africa like three to four years ago now! Dr Omar Amin owner of the Parasitology Center, in Arizona left the next morning after talking with me by cell phone… He was flying to Africa to study it… He told me the parasite gets in the body going right for the brain and killing them…
~ Dr Amin travels the world researching parasites…
That deadly parasite has reached the US!
I strongly urge you to get tested by this lab in Arizona!!!!!
~ They test for every “bad” parasite known in the world…
~ Lab Corp, Quest, etc… can only check for 40-50 types…
~ Military labs (2) only check for 200 types…
~ The NJ BioLab rep told me there are no “bad” parasites in the US and you can not get them in your mouth…
~ “Bad” parasites are in the US! (spoiling food, food with yeast, soil, water, air)
~ “Bad” parasites do reside in your mouth (Morgellons~NCS, mercury poisoning, dental ~ gels, solvents, metal, etc…)
~ 200,000 types of “bad” parasites exist, including yeast!
~ 85 – 90% of the US have “bad” parasites they are unaware of!
~ Only lab checks for all known to man in the world!
~ Doctors are not really or extensively trained on parasites especially “bad” parasites!
~ Most all skin disorders are caused by “bad” parasites!
~ Most all medical conditions are caused by “bad”parasites!
* Google: (your symptom) parasite … Then read and learn the truth!

** ALL your symptoms count!!! **
(The symptoms that do not overlap in other medical conditions dictate what you may have)
~ Most all doctors listen to a few symptoms, one strikes them and they diagnose you THAT!
~ SCENARIO:: YOU had a list of more symptoms they never considered! YOU are usually misdiagnosed ~ undiagnosed then prescribed the wrong thing which may make you worse or do nothing while the “beast” in side you advances!
* Note: Most symptoms overlap each other in medical conditions!
Brain-Eating Amoeba
* 28 cases reported in the US between 2003 – 2012…
* Almost always fatal…
* Only 2 survivors since 1950…
SIGNS and SYMPTOMS ~ Onset symptoms of infection start about five days (range is from one to seven days) after exposure.
~ Initial symptoms include, but are not limited to, changes in taste and smell, headache, fever, nausea, vomiting, and stiff neck.
~ Secondary symptoms include confusion, hallucinations, lack of attention, ataxia, and seizures.
~ After the start of symptoms, the disease progresses rapidly over three to seven days, with death occurring from seven to fourteen days after exposure.
It doesn’t happen often. But most summers, several Americans — usually healthy, young people — suffer sudden, tragic deaths from brain-eating amoeba.
Amoebas are single-celled organisms. The so-called brain-eating amoeba is a species discovered in 1965. It’s formal name is Naegleria fowleri. Although first identified in Australia, this amoeba is believed to have evolved in the U.S.
There are several species of Naegleria but only the fowleri species causes human disease. There are several fowleri subtypes. All are believed equally dangerous.
Naegleria loves very warm water. It can survive in water as hot as 113 degrees Fahrenheit.

These amoebas can be found in warm places around the globe. N. fowleri is found in:
~ Warm lakes, ponds, and rock pits
~ Mud puddles
~ Warm, slow-flowing rivers, especially those with low water levels
~ Untreated swimming pools and spas
~ Untreated well water or untreated municipal water
~ Hot springs and other geothermal water sources
~ Thermally polluted water, such as runoff from power plants
~ Aquariums
~ Soil, including indoor dust
Naegleria can’t live in salt water. It can’t survive in properly treated swimming pools or in properly treated municipal water.

Most cases of N. fowleri disease occur in Southern or Southwestern states. Over half of all infections have been in Florida and Texas.

N. fowleri is microscopic: 8 micrometers to 15 micrometers in size, depending on its life stage and environment. By comparison, a hair is 40 to 50 micrometers wide.
Brain-Eating Amoeba (Naegleria Fowleri): Causes and Symptoms
~ … WebMD explains what a brain-eating amoeba is …
Naegleria fowleri – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
~ … Naegleria fowleri / n ə ˈ ɡ l ɪər i ə /, popularly known as the ” brain-eating amoeba”, is a free-living excavate form of protist typically found in warm bodies …
Brain-eating parasite kills nearly all its victims – CBS News …
~ CBS News video: Brain-eating parasite kills nearly all its victims – An outpouring of support was given to a 12-year-old Florida boy who contracted a …
Girl with brain-eating parasite treated with experimental ……/08/01/girl-with-brain-eating-parasite
~ Fox News … LITTLE ROCK, Ark – A 12-year-old girl from Arkansas who contracted a brain-eating parasite during a trip to a water park has improved slightly after …
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January 30, 2013

Brominated Vegetable Oil (BVO)

Posted in WAKE UP FYI tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , at 4:15 pm by PCOSLady

Story that created my post on BVO:
Teen Sarah Kavanagh is making headlines after raising questions about the safety of an ingredient in Gatorade. “TODAY” reports she noticed brominated vegetable oil, or BVO, on the ingredient label. She Googled it and was shocked to find out what it was. In extreme cases, BVO has been found to cause convulsions and heart beat malfunction. Fox News reports Gatorade will release BVO-free versions of the drinks. BVO is banned in other countries, including Japan, India, and parts of Europe.
Source: Morning Rush
Tags:morning rush,brominated vegetable oil,bvo,gatorade
Mountain Dew has it!
Gatorade did have it! (Pepsi removed it)
~ ~ ~
Brominated Vegetable Oil (BVO)
Manufacturers can legally add brominated vegetable oil (BVO) to citrus-flavored beverages in the United States and Canada in controlled amounts (no more than 15 parts per million (ppm) by weight). However, BVO is banned in more than 100 countries. The US Food and Drug Administration classifies it as “suspect.” In 1990, the United Kingdom banned bromate in bread, and in 1994, Canada did the same. Brazil also recently outlawed bromide in flour products.
Bromine is extracted from sea water and is deadly in either liquid or vapor form. Bromines are endocrine disruptors and are part of the halide family of elements, which also includes fluorine, chlorine, and iodine. If you are exposed to a lot of bromine, the body cannot retain iodine as it should. According to some experts, this iodine deficiency causes an increased risk for cancers of the breast, thyroid gland, ovary, and prostate.
Symptoms of bromine toxicity
Bromine is a central nervous system depressant and can lead to psychological symptoms, such as acute paranoia. It is estimated that no less than 20% of all hospital admissions for acute paranoid schizophrenia between 1920 and 1960 actually were misdiagnosed brominism. Until 1975, bromine was used in sedatives.
Other symptoms of bromine toxicity include:
~ Skin rashes
~ Severe acne
~ Loss of appetite
~ Stomach pain
~ Fatigue
~ A metallic taste in the mouth
~ Cardiac arrhythmia
Where bromine is found
Bromine is found in:
~ Pesticides
~ Plastics
~ Bakery goods (used in flour as a “dough conditioner” called potassium bromate)
~ Soft drinks (including Mountain Dew®, Gatorade®, Sun Drop®, Squirt®, Fresca®, and other citrus-flavored sodas) in the form of BVO
~ Certain medications, including some inhalers and nasal sprays
~ Toothpastes
~ Mouthwashes
~ Hair dyes
~ Textile dyes
~ Automobiles
~ Fire retardants
~ Hot tub and swimming pool treatments
Some companies, such as Pepperidge Farm®, make their products using only unbromated flour.
BVO is a vegetable oil which has had its density increased to that of water by combining it with bromine. BVO is used in:
~ Soft drinks
~ Citrus-flavored beverages
~ Ice cream
~ Ices
~ Baked goods
Soft Drinks and Sports Drinks: Would You Drink Flame Retardant?
Here are some alternatives to consider:
Need your caffeine fix? Brew a cup of organic coffee. (Yes, tea is probably healthier than coffee, but if you’re used to soft drinks, the level of caffeine in coffee will give you a more comparable caffeine kick.)
Like the sweet taste of sports drinks? Add a splash of 100% fruit juice to your good old H20.
Do you prefer drinks with carbonation? Add carbonated water to your 100% fruit juice.
Worried about electrolyte balance? Although electrolyte balance may become important in extreme cases (marathons, ultramarathons, Ironman competitions, etc.), many sports drinks don’t have the appropriate ratio of electrolytes to effect levels of electrolytes anyway. Good news: Your body is designed to balance its own electrolyte levels. In fact, some of the so-called “performance boost” athletes find from sports drinks may come from the brain’s response to the taste of sugar. If you’re an extreme athlete, consult with your coach, but remember, humans got along just fine before Gatorade.
Just can’t give up sweetened drinks? At the very least, check the label. Don’t buy drinks with brominated vegetable oil (or BVO) listed as an ingredient. Even better, choose all-natural and organic drink brands.
Drinks to Avoid: Mountain Dew, Squirt, Fanta Orange, Sunkist Pineapple, Gatorade Thirst Quencher Orange, Powerade Strawberry Lemonade and Fresca Original Citrus.
~ Dr Mercola … The Psychosis-Inducing Beverage Ingredient You’ve Probably Never Heard Of… January 11, 2012
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