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5.0 von 5 Sternen Denial ain't just a river in Egypt!
This topic, affecting so many millions without their knowledge, and without treatment, certainly has to be one of the few unexplored areas in the public media. Most public media will not "touch" this news. The effects on health are myriad. Gittleman has acknowledged the problem with parasites, both large and gross, and small and microbial. Everytime one...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Disturbing paranoia.
This book contains some interesting statistics and information on the varying types of parasites. However I was disturbed by the glaring insensitivity to minorities, gays, and just about anyone not white and from America. This book seems to point the finger at anyone born abroad or perhaps has alternative sexual preferences. After trying to get past the...
Veröffentlicht am 23. September 1999 von Hugh Jo


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Denial ain't just a river in Egypt!, 11. März 1999
Von Ein Kunde
This topic, affecting so many millions without their knowledge, and without treatment, certainly has to be one of the few unexplored areas in the public media. Most public media will not "touch" this news. The effects on health are myriad. Gittleman has acknowledged the problem with parasites, both large and gross, and small and microbial. Everytime one comes in from outdoors, digging in the soil, cleaning up after pets, pulling weeds, etc., one must wash doubly, and clean under and around fingernails. The thought of pets kept indoors, being let outside, then going back in and climbing on the furniture, the beds, walking on the countertops, eating from human family dishes, etc., makes my skin "crawl". We are living in a parasitic nightmare, similar to the most abject, filthy slums, here in our arrogant, smug, current style. The image of classy, high-toned people being kissed and licked by their pets, immediately after the pet just licked and kissed its street friends is amusing, isn't it? What do we see in nearly every prime-time TV ad? A pet, licking a child, or "kissing" an adult. Everytime one pets pets of any kind, or grooms them, or cleans up after them, it is safest to assume parasites are there, ready to infect the human. Organic food of every kind may be full of nematodes and other parasites, especially if it has been fertilized with barnyard manure of any age, composted or not. Wash your food, or soak it in mild detergent in water, or even put it in water with a single drop of chlorine, then rinse very thoroughly. Did you know that many herbal treatments for cancer are the same ones used to treat parasitic infection? And you all want to cut down those precious and useful black walnut trees? Gittleman and others, unpopular messengers in a public wholly ignorant about this problem, are doing us a tremendous service with their research and their well-founded advice and simple, effective treatments. The least we can do is read their books, take the cures, and find out their truths by feeling better, and enjoying good health. Parasitic infection could be the background cause of many, many human ills. THANK YOU, Ann Louis and Anne L.Gittleman!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Guess What Came to Dinner Saved My Life, 9. Juli 2000
Von Ein Kunde
All I can say is God Bless Ann Louise Gittleman. If it were not for this book that I brought with me into my physician's office, I would have never discovered that I had a chronic case of giardia. My doctor was dismissing my symptoms for the longest time and finally when I found Ann Louise's books, I realized that a parasitic infection can be misdiagnosed as flu, IBS, or even gall bladder disease. Now that I have taken the prescribed medication and am using Ann Louise's suggested natural herbs from Uni Key as a follow up, I am a new person. This book should be Mandatory reading for every high school student, college student and health minded individual in America.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Disturbing paranoia., 23. September 1999
This book contains some interesting statistics and information on the varying types of parasites. However I was disturbed by the glaring insensitivity to minorities, gays, and just about anyone not white and from America. This book seems to point the finger at anyone born abroad or perhaps has alternative sexual preferences. After trying to get past the offensiveness/paranoia it then became clear that all one has to do is to follow the ideas of the many other doctors who write simply about modifying our diets given the social and economic pressures to prevent such disease.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Superb Coverage of a Disturbing Topic, 29. Oktober 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I thought Ann Louise Gittleman did a wonderfully thorough job of exposing parasites in terms of where they come from, who gets them, and what we can do about it to prevent them. Her dietary information was right on in light of the current concerns about sugar and processed foods plus the herbal and homeopathic remedies really work. I think the overly sensitive reviewer from San Franciso should get with the program - This book tells it like it is and specifically states that parasites know no boundary regardless of gender, race, or economic level.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen The Parasite Epidemic Finally Exposed and Easy to Understand, 17. Februar 1999
Von Ein Kunde
I just loved this book...even though the topic is icky. Ann Louise Gittleman has done a marvelous public service by exposing this silent invader of hidden parasites which is affecting us all in many ways. I ordered the products in her book from Uni Key and you should have seen the creatures of the blue lagoon that came out. Bottom line I feel terrific after the Parasite Clease. This lady sure knows what she is talking about. Thank you, thank, thank you.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Schock!, 21. September 2013
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Guess What Came to Dinner?: Parasites and Your Health (Taschenbuch)
Schockierende Wahrheit über die Parasiten. Viele Parasiten, viele Wege der Ansteckung, Ratschläge
zur Vermeidung von Parasiten und letztendlich die Heilung. Wahnsinn, wie ein kleines Buch einem sogar das
Leben retten kann. Empfehlenswert!!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Marvelous Handbook for Every Home, 30. Juli 1998
After studying this subject for years we were thrilled to find this book. It is a concise presentation of the very real parasite problem in America. Congratulations to Ann Louise Gittleman, author, for this masterpiece and for putting it in layman's language. We often recommend it to audiences in our health seminars.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen It's about time someone has touched on this subject!!!, 23. Juni 1998
Von Ein Kunde
I think the world needs to wake up to the reality of what's wrong with the foods we eat and the consequences we face, if we don't take heed to the recommendations that are in this great book. Is there a way I could contact the Author so that I can speak to her about the subject???
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