Written by Jorjette C. The article Parasites – Unwanted Guests was published on December 20, 2011 in Section Healthy Life. To read this article you need 3 minutes and 25 seconds, and just to know after that, nobody leave a comment to it but we wait your comment!
What exactly is a Parasite? This creature is a life form that lives off another life form to its own benefit and to the host’s (the animal or human body infected by the parasite) detriment.
In the West, parasites are most often thought to be a problem of Third World Countries. The parasite problem however, extends far beyond the boundaries of the poorer countries. In fact, parasites can affect anybody in the world. For instance, a person living in America will have- at the very least, some small percentage of parasites during their lifetime.
What exactly is a Parasite? This creature is a life form that lives off another life form to its own benefit and to the host’s (the animal or human body infected by the parasite) detriment. The best way to avoid contracting parasites in your body is to remove the toxic molds, metals and chemicals from our food and body products. This can include removing any metal dental work from your mouth and any meat from your diet.
Parasites are transmitted most commonly in food and water. Many harmful ones are carried in animals and are of course then present in the meat, but vegetarians still have to be careful- they too can get parasites.
“There are many parasites that contaminate green leafy vegetables and other plant foods. In addition, many of the most commonly transmitted parasites are water borne.”
In all, there are 180 species of parasites. Here are some more common ones to look out for:
Tapeworms: fish tapeworm, beef tapeworm, and pork tapeworm. Obtained from eating raw or undercooked, infected meat. The adult worms can reach a length of more than 15 feet.
Flatworms (Flukes): Found in human livers and intestines, sheep liver, and cow liver, this dangerous parasite is very often present in cases of cancer, HIV, Alzheimer’s, Crohn’s Disease, endometriosis and in many people without disease.
Red worms: They look just like earthworms. They exude from the colon wrapped in balls that can reach up to 6 inches in length. White worms: They come in all sizes from tiny worms to those that look like spaghetti.
Inch worms: Are thick, black and bumpy (about 2 inches long). Pinworms: They are tiny (about ¾ inches long) but are thicker than white worms.
Black worms: Anywhere from1 to 12 inches in length and nest impacted in the colon wall.
Hookworms: Curved about 6 inches long, grip the intestinal wall and suck blood. Their infestation is as high as 50% worldwide.
“Little Fish”: About ½ inch long, are parasites with heads and tails that swim out of the colon in schools.
Threadworms: Are thin as a thread and often come out by the hundreds.
“Spiders”: Look like a spider and are often about 1 inch long.
These parasites are not the most pleasant things to have in your body, some common symptoms are:
• itching of the body, nose, ears, or anus (rectum)
• dark circles under or around the eyes
• a deep cough (with children, especially at night)
• excess mucus production (upper respiratory)
• skin lesions
• lack of energy
• lack of concentration
• pain around naval area
• chronically ill
• slow reflexes
• loss of appetite
• men – sexual dysfunction
• women-problems with their menstrual cycle
• heart pain
• burning sensations in the stomach
• presence of eggs in one’s stool.
Parasites are transmitted most commonly in food and water.
How Do I Get Rid of These Suckers?
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The best way for your body to rid itself of parasites is not with antibiotic or antiviral drugs- but by doing a cleanse, or using natural herbal supplements. There is a great parasite cleanse program called Clear, using three supplements called Harmony, Experience, and Clear. It is a four-week program and is very effective. For more information about this cleanse program, check out www.vibrantwellness.awarenesslife.com.
So if you think you might be infected by parasites there are usually clinics available in or close to the city you live in, or ask your directory for clinics closest to you that provide parasite tests.
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