Parasites are organisms that feed on other organisms. These tiny things use the nutrients in your body, and compromise the function of every organ.
There are many types of parasites, and they can “nestle” in every organ in the body, but researchers have found that the intestines are a top target. Some parasites “eat” red blood cells, and cause anemia. Others literally eat your food, and you feel hungry all the time.
The following symptoms indicate that you have parasites in your body:
1. Skin problems, including rashes, eczema, hives, sores, lesions, and dryness
2. Nervousness, anxiety, restlessness, forgetfulness, depression, mood swings, and other mood and anxiety issues
3. Fatigue, empathy and tiredness
4. Diarrhea (Parasites “destroy” the lining of your intestines, and cause severe abdominal problems)
5. Irritable bowel syndrome (it’s one of the very first signs of parasites, because intestinal parasites attack the lining of the intestines, and trigger severe inflammation)
6. Reproductive problems, menstrual disorders, prostate issue, water retention, PMS, urinary tract infections, cysts, fibroids
8. Muscle cramping, muscle pain, joint ache, arthritis-induced pain, numbness in both hands and feet, and severe ache in the navel
9. Disturbed sleep, insomnia, bed wetting, teeth grinding
10. Appetite loss, increased appetite, weight management problems, obesity
Do a stool test to check if you have parasites. Consult your doctor and do the necessary testing to see if you’re dealing with parasitic infection. Parasites feed on sugar and sugar-derived products which is why you should cut down your sugar intake and processed foods. In this way the parasites will “starve.”
Ginger, aloe, gentian root, blackberries, pineapple, pomegranate seeds, papaya, coconut oil, and raw cabbage create a unfriendly environment for the parasites. Increase our fiber intake to eliminate parasites, including worms.