Are Ropeworms Just Biofilm? Better Health from Biofilm Elimination

Biofilms can form within the intestinal tract that include different species of bacteria, as well as virus, fungi, and parasites. The slimy layers act to protect these pathogens from being recognized and processed by the immunity system.

In the video above the sunny folks at Extreme Health Radio in California interviewed Robert Von Sarbacher who claims that we can heal many illnesses by killing off biofilms in the body.  He claims that breaking down biofilms enables white blood cells to reach the foreign organisms within the intestinal tract and eliminate them from the body.

Consuming lots of supplements and not getting any results? Biofilms also act as a barrier to nutrition absorption; and hence breaking down biofilms can improve health by possibly doubling the amount of nutrients that can be accessed by the blood stream.

In this interview Rober Von Sarbacher goes over many points about biofilms including strategies to eliminate biofilms from the body. It may be as simple as adding turnips or beet juice to your diet!


Worm Whisperer Talks Parasites, Vaccines and the Autism Connection

One Radio Network interviews Robin Goffe, the ‘Worm Whisperer,’ about her autistic son. To address her son’s increasing aggressiveness that started after puberty, she started him on Kerri Rivera’s parasite protocol. He eventually expelled over 160 feet of parasites totaling about 35 pounds!

Robin warns of a “Tsunami” of illness in children that is coming due to high pollution rates and overindulgence in antibiotics and vaccinations.

Presentation on Rope Worms by Alex Volinsky

The following is the second conference presentation about Rope Worms by Alex Volinksy, a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of South Florida. He’s not a medical professional, but is currently the leader in the study of rope worms in North America, based on his personal experience in recovering from many ailments after expelling rope worms.



Get Tested for Glyphosate

feed-the-worldGlyphosate alters your gut lining; and not in a good way. We think this may contribute to the phenomenon known as ropeworms.

If you have found ropeworms in your system, consider taking this internationally validated glyphosate test to check your blood levels for glyphosate, and let us know what you find! The test is by Feed The World, a global project that allows the general public to test themselves to see what levels of glyphosate herbicide are in their bodies. Feed The World is aiming for a total ban on this toxic herbicide.

The test is about $100 US and $5 of every test goes to Moms Across America to raise awareness about GMOs, when ordered from this link.

Below:  Henry Rowlands,  Founder Feed The World, talks about testing for Glyphosate