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Podcast 229: How to Heal Fungal and Parasite Infections

Paul_smiling_in_gymby Sean Croxton

Got bugs?

Chances are you do. In fact, nine out of ten people reading this blog post right now have a fungal or parasite infection.

No, I’m not trying to scare you. I’ve actually seen this firsthand when I worked with clients.

Fungal and parasite infections were rampant!

I’d say that at least eighty-percent of my clients came up positive for some kind of gut bug on a stool test.

Unfortunately, my clients hadn’t been able to get the help they needed since the medical community thinks fungal overgrowth and parasites are quackery.

They. Are. Not.

This stuff is real, and it’s at the root cause of a ton of nagging symptoms and health conditions.

With qualified help so hard to come by, this week’s Underground Wellness Radio guest Paul Chek went out of his way to put together a 5-disc DVD set on exactly how to heal these infections…and ensure that they don’t come back.

As always, Paul brought his A-game with killer info, laugh-out-loud stories, and just a touch of explicit language.

(Just a warning if you have kids.)

Click the player below to listen to the entire interview.

Or, click HERE to read my notes!

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Ponder This: Grains, Robots, and Zombies!

by Sean Croxton

Class is in session!

‘Tis the season to lie in bed and get my read on! These past three or four weeks I’ve had my head in the books. I read Deep Nutrition by Cate Shanahan M.D. three times and can’t wait to read it again. That book is a masterpiece, in my opinion. When I was sick as a dog in the Bay Area, I read Robb Wolf’s Paleo Solution and reread Mark Sisson’s Primal Blueprint. Then I moved on to Genetic Nutritioneering by Jeffrey Bland. And now, I’m just about done with Primal Body, Primal Mind by Nora Gedgaudus. My mind is literally spinning with all of this great information!

In his book Outliers: The Story of Success, Malcolm Gladwell states, “…researchers have settled on what they believe is the magic number for true expertise: ten thousand hours.” In other words, to be a true expert you have to spend at least 10,000 hours studying your craft. If I had to guess, I would figure that I’ve put in about 6343 hours. I’ve got a long way to go.