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If you allow toxins to build up in your intestines, then you are also allowing parasites to invade your body. Parasites are attracted by filth and rot and, therefore, thrive upon stagnant matter in the intestines. These nasty leeches hide in the folds of your large intestine or under the lining of your intestine and absorb key nutrients that your body needs to be healthy.
You may not think you have a parasite in your intestinal tract; but according to the World Health Organization (WHO), more than 3.5 billion people are suffering from some form of infection. And you don’t have to travel to an underdeveloped country to be at risk. This happens in the United States on a daily basis.
Intestinal parasites can be one of two kinds, as stated by the Parasitology Center, Inc. (PCI) in Scottsdale, Ariz. This research facility indicates that one-cell organisms absorb nutrients from the stool, causing inflammation of the small intestine and decreasing its ability to absorb nutrients. And intestinal worms take nutrients from the stool or suck blood from the intestinal wall.
How can you get the parasites? You could have ingested undercooked meat, consumed infected drinking water or absorbed them through the skin. Their infestation can be with or without symptoms. You may feel worsening constipation and diarrhea, gastrointestinal discomfort, joint pain and/or chronic fatigue.
According to PCI, other signs and symptoms that you have been invaded by parasites include:
- Low energy levels.
- Night sweats.
And understand this: Parasites migrate, so symptoms can change depending on where the parasites are.
How can you eliminate the parasites from your body? These are just three ways to begin:
- Colon cleanse: You can cleanse your colon by consuming certain healthy foods or juices. Once your colon is healthy, you will discover that your entire body will feel healthy. Try foods that are natural detoxification agents like kale, parsley, cilantro, mushrooms, lemons, apples, fermented kimchi, flaxseeds and prunes. These can be added to your favorite recipes or juiced for immediate absorption.
- Colon hydrotherapy: This process involves multiple infusions of water via a tube into the colon to help eliminate waste and bacteria. “The irrigation or the washing of the colon is a procedure that has been practiced by humans in all civilizations in recorded history, and, no doubt, before. With the new awakening that is presently occurring on Earth, colon hygiene once again is being recognized and practiced by an ever-growing number of individuals as a fundamental and essential aspect of health,” said Dr. Ann Wigmore, an internationally recognized detoxification expert, in the book The Detox Solution.
- Enema: This process involves a onetime water infusion into the lower part of the colon. You can use a store-bought kit or make the infusion solution yourself at home. There are so many various recipes for different ailments, including ingredients such as aloe vera, apple cider vinegar, coffee, milk and honey, olive oil, and coconut oil.