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End of Year Offering

I'm offering "unlimited" - up to 10 hours of consult time - for the price of my 3hr program (full price only - no discount codes).

Here is how it will work:

  • Get up to 10 hours of consultation over the next 4 months.

  • I will keep track

  • If you don't reach 10 hours, I will apply up to 2 hours of time to next year - January and February only.

  • If you recently purchased 3 hours of time with me (August or September) I will provide additional time. If it was purchased at a discount, then I'll offer an additional 2hrs.

Next year I will be offering a monthly "concierge" program that uses this concept of "unlimited access."


Ivermectin: If you are interested in this treatment, please contact me directly and I'll explain more about it, and how to obtain the medication.


Ivermectin (stromectol) is an anti-parasitic. Dr. Trempe told me 15 years ago that about 25% of Americans have gut parasites and don't know it. Those that are considered benign are still robbing you of nutrients.

Thus, per Dr. T's instruction, he prescribed Ivermectin for me and 3 other family members. As Dr. T predicted, one of us passed worms - my then 19 yo daughter. More of us might have passed worms if we have the courage to LOOK!

Recently I was looking an anti-parasitics because it's overlooked problem in the whole gut integrity issue. Jay Davidson, Justin Marchegiani, and Dietrich Klinghardt are among the few discussing this.

While re-evaluating Ivermectin, I found several papers discussing its anti-viral activities and use in COVID 19. Then A.W. sent me an email with reference to Dr. Thomas Borody, the GI doctor from Australia on the "crapsule" and Openbiome projects among others. I have tremendous respect for Dr. Borody.

Here is a video worth watching. Yes, there are natural anti-parasitics but most of the functional supplements are best for prevention. When you have more advanced conditions, specific, tactical pharmaceuticals usually outperform.

The video...

The website.....


My recommendations:

  • Continue to work on all aspects of gut he