For most of us, the mere thought of parasite worms is rather disgusting! At least it is for me.
Worse, is the thought that I may be infected with these nasty little creatures.
In reality, a large portion of the world's population is permanently debilitated, to a greater or lesser degree, by parasitic diseases.
I know it isn't something we really like to think about, but if we have a better understanding of how the human body can be affected by parasites and how we can manage parasites, our long term health will be improved.
Medically speaking, a parasite is an organism that lives on or inside
its host. The host is usually a larger organism that provides the
parasite physical protection and nourishment.
Almost every form of life is affected by parasites. For example, even bacteria are infected by parasites.
While parasites obtain food and/or shelter from the host, they give nothing beneficial in return.
This is why it is such a good idea to follow a regular parasite cleansing protocol. I prefer an annual clean out to be on the safe side.
How Do Parasites Effect Humans?
June Wiles, PhD, and parasite expert notes:
"Parasites are vermin that steal your food, drink your blood and leave their excrement in your body to be re-absorbed back into the bloodstream."
Yuck! Unpleasant, isn't it?
Some parasites cause irritation and interfere with normal bodily functions; others destroy host tissues and release toxins into the body, thus injuring the immune system and causing disease.
Parasites can affect the health and vitality of all whom they inhabit – humans, animals, even fish.
It is very possible that you or your pets could be providing free board and lodging to parasites!
Although you may have symptoms that can be associated with some other suspected problem, the true source or root of your condition could be the result of parasitic infestation.
The good news is that most common parasites can be easily dealt with using a safe and natural cleanse/detox. There are no real negative side effects of following this type of protocol, and even if you don't have parasites, your body can only benefit by a good clean out. It's a win-win course of action.
There are many different types of parasitic worms. The most common types of parasites include:
It's easy for people to get these microscopic worms now pandemic in much of the USA, Europe, and Australia. You can read more about the causes of and how you get a parasite, if you are interested.
It is our goal at All About Parasites.com to help you learn how to cleanse yourself from any undiagnosed nutrition-thieving worm parasites living in your encrusted intestinal tract.