About Worms and Parasites
Parasites are one of the most successful life forms on the planet. They’ve learned to live in and on the bodies of their hosts undetected.
They worm their way in and switch off your immune system leaving you unprotected and vulnerable to a host of other diseases and viruses. Which only adds to their ability to hide because you are then preoccupied with the symptoms of the other illnesses and their presence is still not discovered.
The parasites and guests you may be hosting can live almost anywhere in or on you. On your skin, in your hair, the blood, liver, the bowel anywhere the conditions are right for them.
They can be the cause of skin, digestive, mental and auto immune disorders such as bloating, gas, diarrhoea, depression, skin rashes, bad breath, anxiety, headaches, migraines, IBS, and arthritis.
These uninvited guests steal nutrients and minerals from you robbing you of health and vitality which can lower your mental function and increase your stress levels.
They create their own waste products in the form of chemicals and toxins further adding to the stress of your body’s own elimination system.
They are clever and can excrete chemicals which your brain interprets as a craving, causing you to feel as if you need to eat foods that support their micro-system within you. Foods like sugar chocolate, fats, all the unhealthy stuff. And because they rob the body of important minerals and nutrients they could also be a factor in the onset of serious health problems like CFS, ADD and ADHD or autism.
There are so many types of parasites and blood tests are ineffective at identifying parasitic infestations so it makes it very hard to know if you have them.
However, if you have ever potted around in the garden, kissed someone, used a public toilet, taken antibiotics, shared a toothbrush or hairbrush, petted an animal or travelled overseas chances are you will be hosting one or many parasites.