Do You Have Parasites?

The term parasite relates to any living thing that lives on or in another living organism’. Many parasites interfere with bodily functions, cause irritation; some destroy the hosts tissues and release toxins into the bloodstream.

Basically, there are 2 types of parasites.

Large ones referred to as worms and small ones that require a microscope to see, the large worms while in an immature form can travel through your blood stream and infect any organ, gland or part of the body. Depending on the type of worm, they can grow anywhere from several inches up to many feet in length. They can lay thousands to millions of eggs each day, the eggs stick to the intestinal walls and begin to cause problems.

The large worms are called HEMINTHINS or INTESTINAL NEMATODES. Fish tape worm is the largest of the human tapeworms and can reach up to 33 feet in length or more! Meat eaters, BE AWARE, most meats have some type of parasite.

Parasites can deplete the body of vitamins and minerals and in some cases cause anemia from loss of blood. The hookworm latches onto the human intestine with two sharp hooks, hence its name, takes a mouthful of tissue, dissolves it with enzymes and slurps up blood from ruptured capillaries, in heavy infestation of a hundred or more worms, a person can lose a pint of blood every two days, suffering severe anemia and iron deficiency.

PARASITE SYMPTOMS MAY INCLUDE:

inability to gain or lose weight
chronic candida
yeast infections
chronic sinus or ear infections
urinary tract infections
itchy ears or nose
anal itching
especially at night
digestive problems
gas and bloating
diarrhea
mucus in stools
hemorrhoids
constipation
irritable bowel syndrome
grinding teeth while sleeping
heart pain
pain in the navel
arthritic pains
burning in the stomach
bed wetting
drooling while sleeping
cysts and fibroids
eating more and still being hungry
all skin problems
depression
chronic fatigue
prostate problems and sexual dysfunction in men
water retention (mostly from tapeworms)
crawling feeling under the skin
liver/gallbladder trouble
and more

Most people believe, “Parasites are something that happens to someone else”, but it is estimated that more than 80% of people in the western world have some parasitic or semi-parasitic animal living inside their body. Everyone is a potential host for parasites so I recommend that everyone do a regular detox programs to rid their body of the intrusive organisms.

Sources of parasites may include: Food and drink, that romantic kiss, the barbecue next door and the swim you took in the lake two years ago when you accidentally swallowed a little bit of water and have had diarrhea off and on ever since. Yes, they live in us, around us and among us-and they can be properly diagnosed, dealt with and eliminated!

Parasites are among us, so detoxing regularly is so important to a healthy lifestyle. I always start my clients off with a total body detox, this includes detoxing the large & small intestine, all the organs, purifying the blood and ridding the body of over 100 parasites and their eggs.

The results are astonishing, general results include; more energy, better circulation, mental clarity, weight loss, clearer skin, better digestion and much more. There are many ways of removing parasites from the body, some of the ones that I use to keep my clients parasite free are; herbal remedies, colonics and detox foot baths.

If you have never done a parasite cleanse now is a good time to get started on a good detox program.  I offer a free 20 minute consultation to those who know that they need to get started but do not know where to begin. Also, keep in mind detoxing is a complete personal journey, it does not look the same for everyone, getting help is so important so that you don’t waste your time and money. I look forward to helping you on your detox journey.