The Unknown Enemy of the Human Body...Parasites

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85-95% of adults have parasites but don't know it. Some health practitioners have even linked a type of parasite to cancer. The subject of this article may save your life.

Some health practitioners have even linked a type of parasite to cancer. The subject of this article is terrifying, but the information may help you improve your health ... maybe save your life! The single most undiagnosed health challenge in the history of the human race is parasites.

In North America today, almost everybody is ill. If you look at your family, friends, and co-workers, and question them very carefully (because so many people deny there is anything wrong with them), you will find that virtually everybody has a health challenge, many of which are significant. How many of the people you know over the age 45 are on blood pressure medication or medication of some sort, to balance their blood sugar perhaps even on insulin? How many people do you know in their 30's, 40's and 50's that have recently died of cancer?

What exactly is a parasite? A parasite is an organism that lives off the host,the host being you or I. The parasite lives a parallel life inside our bodies, feeding off either our own energy, our own cells or the food we eat, or even feeding off the health supplements we use.

In recent medical studies, it has been estimated that 85% of the North American adult population has at least one form of parasite living in their bodies. Some authorities feel this figure may be as high as 95%.

So how can a parasite exist in the body without making its presence know? Easy, because most people accept that it is normal to have low energy levels, health challenges, skin rashes, pains, frequent colds, flu and constipation. Don't be fooled this is NOT normal.

Parasites Create Toxic Overload

If parasites secrete toxins into our bodies that our bodies have to neutralize, and we happen to be one of those people who drinks alcohol, smokes cigarette, eats junk food and breathes polluted air, the extra stress and strain on the

body's cleansing system can be enough to push the body in to what we call toxic overload.

Toxic overload occurs when the four cleansing systems of the body have been pushed too far by an overload of toxins in the body. Parasite toxins in the body are one more thing a toxic body does not need.

There are four cleansing systems of the body: the lungs, kidneys, skin and bowel. With toxic bowel syndrome, the excess of toxins absorbed from a clogged bowel goes to the liver. The liver is then overburdened, eventually unable to cope with toxic load and the toxins start to spill into the bloodstream.

Once this happens, the kidneys, lungs and skin have to take over the job of cleansing and they too become challenged in their ability to remain healthy. So you see, parasites can be one of the most damaging health factors threatening the world today.

Dogs Get Dewormed But What About Humans?

"The Essentials of Medical Parasitology" by Thomas J. Brooks, says, "The tapeworms are among the oldest parasites of the human race. Indeed, some species have become so well adapted to live in the human intestine that the host (man) may be entirely asymptotic". This means you may have a tapeworm and not appear to have any symptoms.

The fish tapeworm is the largest of the human tapeworms, reaching the length of 33 feet or more. There can be 3,000 to 4,000 segments in one worm. It can produce more than l,000,000 eggs a day. This type of infestation can cause anemia because of interference with vitamin Bl2, says Dr. Brooks in his book. Also, the weight challenges of some people can be directly attributed to tapeworms. This is especially true of weight loss programs that don't work. The person may be hosting a tapeworm, which is eating all the food and making the person constantly hungry. Tapeworms can also cause water retention. Besides tapeworms from beef, pork and fish, there is also a type of dog tapeworm you can get when dogs lick your face or hands.

How Do We Get Parasites?

Here is a list of ways parasites can get into your body: shaking hands, sharing someone else's soda can, kissing (even on the cheek), intimate sexual contact and believe it on not, you can get parasites by inhaling dust which contains the dried form of these organisms. You can get parasites from drinking the water of any of the thousands of lakes, rivers, streams and creeks in North America. Giardia Lambia, which causes Giardia, is very common for example. You can get

parasites from eating meat. Do you really think government inspectors are able to inspect every animal that goes to the slaughterhouse? Another source of parasites is salads. Dr. Brooks estimates that the overall incidence of E.

Histolytica in the United States is between 3.9% and l0%.

The distressing thing about parasites is that if you get rid of them, you can easily be re-infected. Married couples tend to have them together, and if one person is treated for the parasitic infection, their spouse often reinfects them. It is extremely important that both be treated at the same time, and in many cases, the children should be treated along with their parents.

How Can We Protect Ourselves From Parasites?

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Paraway Plus, formulated to help your body cleanse, contains the highest-quality herbal ingredients recognized for their cleansing properties.

LiFiber is a highly effective fiber product whose psyllium base provides eight times more soluble fiber than oat bran. Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) are also included to promote a healthier intestinal tract.

Nature's Tea helps the body gently cleanse the urinary and intestinal tracts while providing additional support for the immune system.

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