O.k. So, telling them that they don't have a parasite infection is the best way to do that. Or, telling them to run more tests when they have "definitive proof" that they have an infection is the right way to go about addressing this "assumed" misdiagnosis?
You want people to try the 80/10/10 diet. Why don't you link parasite infections with the 80/10/10 diet. Or find on Dr. Graham's forum where taking an 80/10/10 diet is beneficial for people who believe they have a parasite infection.
You want people to get their life back, great. Antagonizing them when they have been abandoned by the medical community, when some are at "death's door" is not only blatantly disrespectful, it's immoral.
From my personal experience, eating fructose or any Sugar for that matter cause the flukes to become much more active. That's a hard experience for me to handle. Feeding them Sugar so they can function on their aerobic metabolism has not been in any form beneficial for me. That's just my experience. Maybe for other parasites they don't react that way to fructose.
I've always been curious, what made you believe you had a parasite infection to begin with?