Thank you Dr. Trozzi for your continued stance on freedom and genuine health matters. I am sending an e-transfer today, once again, because you are a true and courageous human being. Blessings~

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The interview with Jamie was great , really looking forward to the Lavigne show.

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Dear Dr Trozzi, this old nurse holds you in my prayers and I especially want to thank you for your courage -Bless your heart!

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Thankful for your exemplary efforts on our behalf, I am now a paid subscriber to your stack.

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my granddaughter's middle name is Rain, Ever Rain Campbell. When my daughter chose "Ever Rain" I had never heard these names before. That's a nice site your son and his friend have going. I'm re-listening to Interview with Jason Lavigne, first time I have listened to his show. Was really good interview Dr Mark. I moved to Calgary SE from Chilliwack about 21 years ago, so nice to here an Albertan doing some descent journalism. Last year moved to small town Joffre, 20min NE of Red Deer, Calgary is going down the tubes unfortunately.

have a good day Dr Trozzi 🎶 🇨🇦 ☮️

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Dear Dr. Trozzi,

I've been doing a deep dive for four years into exactly what is happening to people right now. Please read to the end. This is important.

What I think I understand now is that it is not the human itself that breaks down the food we eat, but rather the symbiotes that colonize within our digestive system. They start to colonize from infancy. All living organisms on the planet utilize symbiosis for survival. There are three types of symbiotic relationships; mutualistic, communalistic and parasitic. A healthy digestive flora is filled with mutualistic and communalistic symbiotes that keep all our systems functioning in a healthy state. They are able to break down complex molecules and send signals to many different systems within the body: endocrine, hormonal and immune to name a few. When that healthy flora colony becomes damaged it allows opportunistic parasites to move in and flourish. ●The parasite itself changes the state of the body to a hypoxic state and changes the metabolic pathways towards glycolitic.● Both of these adjustments benefit the parasite and drive the host to crave simple sugars, which are easily digestible by the parasites. The parasites flourish under these conditions. This creates many disease states. Parasitic infections also increase IgG4 levels.

(Maybe the increasing injections destroyed the good symbiotes, we know it completely wiped out bifidobacterium. Do the parasites induce elevated IgG4 to escape immune destruction? Is it the spike the IgG4 is tolerating, or the parasites?)

The facts I listed above are currently indisputable and backed by scientific understanding and observation.





^^^"IgG4 antibodies inhibit clearance of tumor cells or the invader, respectively, in melanoma or helminthic infections."

I think we should start testing the digestive flora of the people suffering current disease states for parasites. Long covid, hiv, diabetes, Alzheimer's, Autism, chronic fatigue, lupus. All these disease states have two things in common; hypoxia and a glycolitic metabolic pathway. Both of these states are induced by parasites to benefit themselves to the detriment of the host.

The human being is a walking, talking terrarium. We cannot see the terrarium, so we are not aware when it becomes damaged and attribute parasitical disease states to other causes. I believe it is why fasting works. It's why the carnivore diet works. It's why the keto diet works. These interventions starve the parasites of the simple sugars they need to stay alive.

I think the goal of treatment protocols should be to restore the digestive environment to one that is beneficial to colonization of mutualistic and communalistic symbiotes and not to parasites.

Anything ultra processed will feed the parasites. Anything as close to natural as it comes will feed the mutualistic and communalistic symbiotes. I think there must be a variety of food stuffs full of living organisms, though. I don't think the fasting, carnivore or keto diets have it completely correct.

Perhaps a treatment with anti-parasitics. (Perhaps that is why Ivermectin works so well for so many disease states.) Followed by a diet plan that includes living fruits, vegetables, herbs and botanicals; fresh meats and dairy; and aged/fermented foods to establish a healthy digestive flora. These foods are full of living organisms that are beneficial in establishing a colony of healthy symbiotes in the digestive system.

I think this is the way.

"Every person is a collective, a vast and complex gathering of interdependent life. Any description of ‘human’ must acknowledge these intimate strangers. Our bond with microbes is such that they are not so much riders, parasites, and assistants as part human. And we, it’s becoming increasingly clear, may need to begin thinking of ourselves as part microbe."

~Guy P. Harrison

Thank you for your time and consideration. And for all you do to move the scientific debate forward. If you would like to discuss any of this further, don't hesitate to reach out.


Angela Rhoten

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