Liver detoxification week & treatment of parasitic strains
Dates for the liver detox week: November 24 – December 8, 2019
After Swiss Mountain Clinic’s successful first patient symposium on parasites in September 2019, the clinic is looking forward to working regularly with the experienced and highly qualified therapist Zlatko Kolev in the future. Due to the high demand, Zlatko Kolev will now be in the clinic several times a year and complement the medical work with his expertise. The first scheduled appointment is before the end of the year from 24th November to 8th December 2019. During this time, you will have the unique opportunity to combine Swiss Mountain Clinic’s reputed liver detox week with diagnostics and treatment of parasitic stress.
We live in the age of constant stress, to which our bodies can adapt only slowly, sometimes not at all. The high pollutant load of air, herbicides, pesticides, toxic loads on dentures and implants, dead teeth, contaminated food such as heavy metal and plastic pollution of fish, parasitic infection danger through pets, long-distance travel, contaminated water and food and not to forget the high stress with electrosmog of which we can barely protect ourselves. 5G will reach a new dimension of which high-profile scientists from around the world warn, since the unhealthy extent for the metabolism is not to be measured. Against this background, the Swiss Mountain Clinic recommends that each of the patients, and anyone who wants to take care of themselves, regularly support their detoxification metabolism and release toxic strains. The liver takes on a central role in this context: It provides 365 days a year, around the clock, for your body’s well-being. If the metabolism is out of balance or if you already have the diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes mellitus, autoimmune diseases such as Hashimoto, fibromyalgia or even cancer, the liver has been burdened for years. The path to health always leads via the liver detoxification.
Countless patient examples have increasingly focused Swiss Mountain Clinic’s medical perspective on parasitic strains in the past. Parasites are no longer a shadow issue, but play a central role in the development of diseases. The diagnosis of parasites is difficult, laboratory results are often negative although the patient suffers from multiple, sometimes inexplicable symptoms. Parasites use their own sophisticated survival strategy, with pronounced adaptability, especially in the human organism. Detecting and treating parasites can often be the key to recovery.