Boost your immune system and eventually gain an undetectable viral load.

You should know that diet is the basis of any type of complete healing process. we can provide you with a list of key foods that can help you purify and regenerate your blood in order to have a greater possibility of obtaining a negative serology over a period of 14 months or even 18 months maximum, you will associate this with our antiretrovirals natural RECTAVIR AND GEZENA.

Purifying your blood by drastically changing your diet will be a necessary step in achieving HIV / AIDS negative status.

Adverse reactions to pharmaceutical antiretrovirals

Nausea, diarrhea, loss of appetite, intense and rapid fatigue, intestinal disorders, muscle pain … these are the undesirable effects of triple pharmaceuticals which have long disrupted the lives of AIDS patients. Even though the newer antiretrovirals are less aggressive, when taken for the long term they interfere with the way the body works for the rest of your life.


HIV is the Human Immunodeficiency Virus

HIV infection is an infection that is passed from person to person.

HIV enters the body and multiplies. It attacks the immune system that protects us from other diseases. Most often there are no symptoms, no outward signs that the virus is present, but it can be passed on to other people. When HIV enters the body, it is said to be HIV positive.

HIV consequence

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After a few years, without treatment, HIV destroys all the body’s defenses: diseases then develop by taking advantage of the weak immune system: these are opportunistic diseases. This is when you get sick with AIDS. Today, treatments can block the progression of the infection to the AIDS stage; they prevent HIV from multiplying and attacking the immune system. Today, the life expectancy of an HIV-positive person detected very early, well treated and monitored, is very close to that of an uncontaminated person (HIV-negative).


HIV can be transmitted through unprotected sex:

Penetration of the penis into the vagina or anus. It is the practice that carries the greatest risk, because the sexual secretions of the partner (semen, pre-seminal fluid, vaginal or rectal secretions) are in contact with particularly fine mucous membranes: the glans, the vagina or the anus.

Oral sex: cunnilingus, rimming and blowjob

The lining of the mouth is less fragile than that of the anus, vagina or glans, so the risks are different for these practices.

Cunnilingus and rimming do not pose a risk of HIV transmission; on the other hand, risks exist concerning other Sexually Transmitted Infections (STIs). Fellatio presents a low risk of infection with HIV, but it is an important and frequent mode of infection for other STIs (syphilis, gonococcal infection, condyloma, etc.).

Blowjob carries a risk of HIV transmission under certain conditions:

  • In case of semen in the mouth;
  • In case of inflammation or sores in the mouth (gingivitis, sore throat, recent dental treatment, herpes) or on the glans.

The risk of contamination increases:

when you have several partners;

if the HIV-positive partner is not receiving treatment.

HIV can be transmitted by sharing drug use material

Sharing or reuse of injection equipment

The risk of becoming infected with HIV is high when sharing or reusing injection equipment that has already been used (syringe, needle, container, filter, water, swabs, etc.). Contaminated blood may have remained on the equipment and the HIV virus can then enter the body.

Sharing or reuse of “sniff” straw or crack pipe

The risk of becoming infected with HIV is possible if there are sores (in the nose or on the lips) or blood on the equipment. If you share or reuse these materials, the risk of becoming infected with HIV, the hepatitis C virus or hepatitis B virus is very high.

HIV can be transmitted during childbirth and breastfeeding

If the mother is HIV positive the virus can pass from mother to child:

  • during pregnancy ;
  • during childbirth;
  • through breast milk if she is breastfeeding her baby.

How do you reduce the risk of transmission?

HIV is never transmitted like this!

No risk of transmission through saliva, sweat, tears or urine.

No risk in touching, kissing, using the same everyday objects (telephone, toilet seat, cutlery, laundry, etc.).

No risk of transmission by mosquitoes, fleas and other insects because HIV cannot survive inside the body of animals.


Why get tested for HIV?

Getting a screening test can tell if you are (or not) a carrier of the virus. If you are a carrier, you can quickly benefit from effective care and treatment. Current treatments for HIV do not make the virus go away, but they do:

  • block the progression of infection to the AIDS stage;
  • reduce the risk of transmitting the virus to the partner (s);
  • to have a child with a very low risk of transmitting HIV to him.

Today, the life expectancy of an HIV-positive person diagnosed early, well treated and monitored, approaches that of an uninfected person


When to get tested for HIV

It is necessary to do a test:

  • if you want to stop using condoms in your relationship;
  • if you want to have a child or if you are already pregnant;
  • if you took a risk (for example, breaking a condom or penetrating without a condom with someone whose HIV status you do not know);
  • if your doctor or a healthcare professional suggests it to you;
  • If you just want to know your HIV status.
  • Even if you do not experience any of these situations, it is recommended that you get tested at least once in your life.

HIV infection can be detected very early on.


Appropriate treatment, well taken by the patient, blocks the multiplication of the virus and lowers the viral load (amount of virus present in the body) to a level called “undetectable”.

Why ?

  • Treatment prevents the infection from progressing to the AIDS stage. It increases the life expectancy of an HIV-positive person, which then approximates that of an uninfected person.
  • It very effectively reduces the risk for an HIV-positive person to transmit the virus to his partner (s). This is called prevention through natural treatments
  • It allows couples where one or both members is / are HIV-positive to have a child who will not be infected.

We require you to undergo a first follow-up examination from the fourteenth month of our treatment to be able to check whether your HIV negative serologyhas already been detected.