Colon Parasite
How To Avoid Getting Parasites

colon parasite

A Colon Parasite is an unpleasant thought and an even more unpleasant experience. If you have one, you need to get rid of it. If you don't have any at the moment, learn how to avoid getting one.

More and more doctors are becoming aware of the importance that intestinal parasites play in the health of their patients.

So many seemingly unrelated diseases, as well as common aches and pains can be traced back to poor digestion due to parasitic infection.

Yes, parasite worms are a great possibility, but even non worm parasites, like viruses, bacteria, and fungi are thriving in our digestive tracts and resulting in a wide range of parasite symptoms.


If you believe you have a colon parasite, a simple step is to give yourself a parasite cleanse using herbs and fiber. I recommend Herbal Fiberblend for that purpose. 

Avoiding Colon Parasites

You may not be able to completely avoid getting a colon parasite, but you can take certain steps to reduce your chances considerably. Here's a list of habits you can put into practice in your daily life that will go a long way to keeping you and your family from becoming infected with parasites.

  1. Wash your hands after using the bathroom.

  2. Wash fruits and vegetables thoroughly before cooking or eating.

  3. Don't cut up other foods on unwashed cutting boards or with utensils that have been used on raw meat, chicken, or fish.

  4. Don't wipe kitchen counters with rags or sponges. Use disposable paper towels.

  5. Wash your hands after handling raw meat, chicken, or fish. Don't touch your mouth before washing your hands.

  6. Don't eat raw beef or fish, especially if you have low stomach acid.
  7. Don't eat in restaurants that practice poor hygiene.

  8. Don't drink local water when traveling in foreign countries.

  9. Take herbs, digestive enzymes, or probiotics at least once a week before, during, and after foreign travel.

  10. Wash your hands after gardening.

  11. Wash your hands after touching your pets.

  12. Don't let your pets lick your face and don't kiss them on the nose or mouth.

  13. Don't allow your pets to sleep by your head or crawl around on your pillows or sheets.

  14. If you let your pets sleep on the end of the bed, wash your bedding frequently.

  15. Don't let your pets eat out of your dishes.

  16. Deworm your pets once a year, whether you think they need it or not.

Some of the items on this list may seem like common sense to you, but hopefully, you will pick up a few tips you hadn't thought of before.

Preventive maintenance is always better than treatment, but if you catch colon parasites early enough you should be able to avoid any long term effects.

Personally, I began making it a practice to give myself a yearly spring clean on the inside, just to be on the safe side. I feel better knowing that my colon is clean and my digestive system is able to perform at its optimal level.

Order Herbal Fiberblend today and enjoy a healthy colon!

 To your good health!


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