Welcome to the Dr. Clark Information Center
…the informative website about Dr. Hulda Clark
We are experts in Dr. Clark protocols and therapy. Our goal is to give you:
Dr. Hulda R. Clark, PhD.
With this informational website we want to help you become familiar with the remarkable findings of Dr. Clark while we remain as neutral as possible about Dr. Clark and her protocols so that you may decide for yourself.
Through our website we want to show you how the application of Dr. Clark's work will improve your health and well-being in a simple but effective manner.
By doing so, this will enable you to follow Dr. Clark's quote:
Step into a new world. A world without chronic diseases.
Step out of your old world. It has kept you a prisoner.
Try something new. The prison has no walls. It has only lines. Lines that mark the ground around you. Inside the lines are your old ideas. Outside are new ideas that invite you to step over and escape your prison. Dare to try these new ideas and your illness promises to recede. In a few weeks it can be gone
Dr. Clark's approach is that of Self-Health.
"Self-health means keeping yourself healthy. Doing it yourself"
Some keywords in the Clark therapy are:
We look forward to helping you know what these and many more are all about and how to use her cleanses and devices.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions you have after reading the information we have placed on this site.
As a service, we post a list of professionals and therapists who apply the Clark protocol and also list some sources of distributors who are committed to Dr. Clark's standards for product purity.
Humans, like other animals, have always had parasites, both outside and inside our bodies. It is easy to see in animals when you dissect a frog or fish in a college classroom. You would be taught that every organ has its parasite. Some are flukes, some are roundworms, some are tapeworms.
Flukes are like little leeches, stuck in one spot, just feeding and releasing eggs. The animal with the adult fluke is the primary host. The animal with the larvae is the secondary host, usually a snail. Inside the snail the larvae go through developmental stages that suits the parasites' need to, somehow, hitchhike from animal to animal till it can reach its primary host again. This has changed since immunity has dropped. The Syncrometer finds that instead of requiring a single, specific snail, many snails can be used as the secondary host. Lowered immunity allows shortcuts to be taken by the parasite because the vigilance of the immune system is gone.
Humans go through infancy, childhood, teenage, and adulthood, to reproduce and arrive at infancy again. All with the same purpose: to survive and thrive. Our parasites survive with us, but how they will thrive depends on our health. They do not thrive when we are healthy. It is the less healthy animal that is the most parasitized in Nature.