Thanks for tuning in. Doing another case today.
Case number 23. This is going to be a guy called Jeremy. A 26-year-old guy called Jeremy.
Jeremy is not his real name. I tend to disguise patient’s names and ages. They’re very real
cases. I see plenty of patients. Here are some of my case notes from patients from last
week. So I do protect my patients’ privacy, and I’m very much into privacy and confidentiality.
We’ll just call this guy Jeremy, a 26-year-old guy. Jeremy, in fact, has presented with quite
a lot of different problems. Jeremy’s coming with asthma, eczema and bad
Candida, a bad yeast infection. Jeremy has had a lot of problems growing up with eczema
and asthma as a child and was put on lots of different antibiotics for throat and ear
infections, and as a young child, went onto all kinds of different medications for asthma.
Steroid inhalers, preventatives. Also, Salbutamol or Ventolin.
I’ve had many patients placed on these drugs. I’ve seen them many years. Eventually, their
airways become dependent on these drugs to allow them to breathe properly. They develop
a lot of anxiety around asthma, particularly the bad asthmatics. And of course, they have
multiple food allergies. They end up with infections, so they take lots of antibiotics.
They get sick. And of course, then they get yeast infections. It’s just one big mess.
It’s a big filthy drug spiral. This poor guy, he’s actually a health care
professional. He’s also drinking quite a substantial amount of alcohol. I’ve got a food allergy
test here for Jeremy. I’ve just covered up the top, so you can’t really see any details
of the patient. You can actually see there all the lines going right out there in the
“yellow” zone. This a US Biotech food allergy report, and all those lines signify quite
a lot of food allergies. Dairy allergies. We’ve got egg allergies. We’ve got citrus
allergies. If we look on the other side, it’s just as bad here. Look at all the grain and
legume allergies this guy’s got. It’s incredible. You can see massive amounts of allergies there.
If we go to the other side here, you’ve got a huge big garlic allergy there.
When patients become dependent on medications, and particularly, if they drink booze on top
of antibiotics and pharmaceutical drugs, they get a lot of leaky gut. They get a lot of
permeability of the small intestine, which makes them very reactive to foods. The first
aim of Jeremy is to make him understand that the alcohol is only wrecking him. If he can’t
really give up the booze for a while so we can repair the leaky gut, we’re wasting our
time. Your clear indication here of this guy with
massive grain allergies. Have a look at this. You can see here all the allergies toward
all the different grains. You’d be quick to assume that he’s got gluten problems. That
he needs to go on these paleo kind of diets away from all grains like a lot of people
believe. But this guy’s drinking spirits all the time. He’s drinking beer all the time.
He’s taking antibiotics. He really needs to get off these kinds of medications and this
kind of lifestyle if he wants to repair the gut. That’s going to help his immune system.
You’d have to be crazy to continue this kind of lifestyle.
That’s my main focus with Jeremy is to do that. And of course, to work on the yeast
infection, so he’s been looking at my book. We’ve put him on the Canxida Remove, the antifungal
product I developed. We’re already getting some early indications of the turnaround of
this case. I’ll repeat the food allergy report, probably, in six months and have a look at
the gut function to see what kind of allergens are still present. But I suspect they’ll be
a lot less than there are today. What you can take from this case is that if
you have been diagnosed with asthma, eczema, you’re taking antihistamines, all those drugs,
you’re drinking booze, you’re taking antibiotics, you need to make changes if you want to improve
your immune function. Particularly, you need to improve your gut function. That’s the core
thing I want you to get out of this. With improved gut function comes improved immune
function. You don’t have to avoid gluten, wheat, and eggs all your life. And eventually,
Jeremy will be able to enjoy all those things again back in his diet. He’ll just have to
pull his head in and make changes. That’s this case. Thanks for tuning in.