Tame the Terrorists Within (Part 1)
By Dr. Juliet Tien (Dr. J)



Do I desire a world I rule instead of one that rules me?
Do I desire a world where I am powerful instead of helpless?
Do I desire a world in which I have no enemies and cannot sin?
And do I want to see what I denied because it is the truth?
                    -A Course in Miracles

The event on September 11, 2001 had a profound impact on mankind. Some people perceived it as a wake-up call, while most people saw it as unprecedented terror. The perceived terror resulted in inertia and sharp economic downturn. This, in turn, caused more terror. The vicious circle continues.

The purpose of this article is to help you put things in perspective. Indeed, the loss of more than three thousand lives in the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and Pennsylvania plane crashes was significant. However, if you take a close look at the annual statistics of deaths in the United States due to heart attack, cancer, diabetes, and drunk driving, you will discover that much more profound terror is happening in our homeland on a daily basis. The following examples of death statistics will shed some light on less recognized terror:

Heart Attacks:
Every year, about 1.1 million Americans suffer from heart attacks. About 460,000 of those heart attacks are fatal. About half of those deaths occur within one hour of the start of the symptoms and before the person reaches the hospital.

Cigarette Smoking-Related Mortality:
Each year, about 420,000 Americans die from cigarette smoking. In fact, one in every five deaths in the United States is smoking related. Every year, smoking kills more than 276,000 men and 142,000 women. In the United States, yearly premature deaths from smoking rob more than five million years from the potential life span of those who have died.

7.5 million (8.2% of all men), and 8.1 million (8.2% of all women) in the United States have diabetes. About 798,000 new cases of diabetes are diagnosed per year. Diabetes contributed to more than 193,000 deaths and was the seventh leading cause of death in the United States in 1996.

Drunk Driving:
In 2000, 41,821 people were killed in traffic accidents, and 16,653 out of those deaths involving drunk driving. According to data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), in 2000 America experienced the largest percentage increase in alcohol-related traffic deaths.

Yeast and Parasitic Infections:
Every human being, at one time or another, to a lesser or greater degree, knowingly or unknowingly suffers from the symptoms of yeast and parasitic infections. Although yeast and parasitic infections have never been listed as causes of deaths in the public record, they are actually closely related to deaths caused by AIDS, cancer, diabetes, alcoholism, and pneumonia. All the aforementioned examples of “terrorists within” have caused more death and destruction than the perceived terror associated with the September 11th event! For the most part, the deaths resulting from these terrorists within can be prevented if one is willing to change their lifestyle and thinking, and maintain a balance among body, mind, and spirit. Basically, terrorists within can be categorized into four groups: physical, emotional, spiritual, and financial terrorists.

Physical Terrorists:
Yeast and parasitic infections are rampant in the United States and throughout the world. Yeasts and parasites are like Siamese Twins. They go hand in hand. If there was ever a list of conditions that have been misdiagnosed and improperly treated by most medical professionals, yeast and parasitic infections are at the top of it.

What are yeasts and parasites? Fungi have an extended family. Yeasts belong to the fungus family which consists of at least 100,000 to 250,000 species. It includes yeasts, mold, mildew, rots, smuts and mushrooms. The function of yeasts is to break down dead bodies so that organic matter can be turned into its basic elements of oxygen, nitrogen, carbon and phosphorus. Without yeasts, we could be in serious trouble because the dead bodies of animals and plants would just pile up. We need yeasts to assist in ecological recycling. However, an overgrowth of yeasts can also break down living organisms. There are at least 20 to 30 different types of pathogenic yeasts that cause illnesses. Candida is one member of the yeast family. Candida albicans alone has 50 to 60 different strains which cause infections. Because yeasts normally live on mucous membranes, contemporary laboratory tests such as blood tests, x-rays or stool cultures usually cannot detect their presence. Many clients who sought help at my office reported that all the tests performed by their physicians were negative; however, they still felt miserable. Observation of the tongue, eyes, and skin, and knowledge of a detailed health history are the best ways to determine whether an individual is suffering from yeast disorders. Parasites such as hookworms, pinworms, roundworms, flat worms, tap worms etc. rely on a host to survive and thrive. The fermentation of yeasts creates a chemical substance called propyl alcohol that allows parasites to thrive. Yeasts and parasites do not discriminate. All human beings and their pets have an equal opportunity to be infected.

Symptoms associated with the “terrorist activities” of yeast and parasites range from head to toe. Many of these symptoms have been mistaken by the medical profession as bacterial or viral infections and consequently have been treated with antibiotics, which only make the matter worse. Yeast and parasitic infections affect both the mind and body. Physical symptoms include sinus or migraine headaches, mid-ear infections, eyelid swelling and itching, sore throats, mouth thrush, asthma, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, low immunity, cold hands and feet, varicose veins, impotence, vaginal or prostate infections, painful intercourse, endometriosis, menstrual irregularity, kidney or bladder infections, hemorrhoids, anal itch, burning during urination, hypothyroidism, hypoglycemia, diabetes mellitus, acne, eczema, psoriasis, scaling skin lesions, athlete’s foot, cellulite, and hair loss.

In addition to physical symptoms, the following mental/psychological symptoms can also be present: poor mental concentration, foggy mind, depression, mood swings, phobia, anxiety attacks, irritability, negativity, lack of motivation, and insomnia. To tame your physical terrorists, you need to consider a combination of the Anti-Yeast Nutritional program, Chinese herbal therapy, and spiritual psychotherapy. The anti-yeast nutritional program consists of “Eight Commandments”: No sugar, no dairy, no wheat, no yeast, no alcohol, no caffeine, no nicotine, nor chemicals. The purpose of employing the anti-yeast nutritional program is to starve the physical terrorists within, the yeasts and parasites. The Standard American Diet (SAD) consists not only of your favorite foods, but also that of yeasts and parasites. Once you feed your terrorists within with their favorite food, they instantly have a rock n’ roll party in your body. After the party, they deposit toxins that make you ill.

Chinese herbal therapy consists of using well-put-together formulas to launch a “civil war” in your body. The potent formulas designed to weaken the vampire-like hooks of yeasts and parasites will induce the suicide (dying off) of your terrorists within. The best way to win this civil war is to choose a formula that is designed to control the overgrowth of yeasts and parasites simultaneously. You also need to consider a potent formula so that your body can claim the victory sooner rather than later.

Spiritual psychotherapy is designed for you to remove fear and enable you to recognize the truth. Once you conduct your life based on truth, instead of illusion, you will be set free. This new found freedom would bring you love, peace and joy, regardless of the life events in your external environment.
(To be continued in Part 2)

Dr. J is a leading expert in yeast and parasitic infection, weight, and addiction control. She is also a former UCLA professor in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing, the owner of Dr. J’s Health Institute and Dr. J’s Healthy & Tasty Restaurant, and a cable TV Producer & Host: The Holistic Approach to Health and Success. She is also the best- selling author of “Breaking the Yeast Curse: Food and Unconditional Love for Magic Healing” and “Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking.” For more information, please contact: Dr. J’s Health Institute, 11819 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 213, (310) 477-5302, or Dr. J’s Healthy & Tasty Restaurant, 1303 Westwood Blvd. (two blocks south of Wilshire), (310) 477-2721.

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