Parasites way of survival is to be fruitful and multiply, we become the sole provider – giving safe shelter and food supply to these tiny trespassers.
Parasites will often enter the body as eggs or cysts in our food, or from the soil, dirty water, pets, or touching freshly contaminated surfaces.
Parasites need a host to survive, and once they infect and grow – we can suffer the consequences of various diseases, health issues, infections, and irritation.
30% ARE IN THE DIGESTIVE TRACT
70% ARE IN THE REST OF THE BODY
We can also go on hosting these parasites with no discomforts, so much so that many nutritional experts feel that 90% of the population maintain unknown levels of parasites in our intestines.
People often write off their symptoms as part of growing old, or poor diet choices. Most of us hate to entertain the thought of these scavengers being behind our symptoms.
Did you know historically people have deliberately consumed tapeworms to help lose weight, and it was effective as they ate away the food the person was eating?
Globally, there are 700 million people infected with hookworm (including 44 million pregnant women), 807 million people infected with ascariasis, and 604 million people infected with trichuriasis.
Transmission mainly occurs in tropical climates and where sanitation and hygiene are poor.
To get rid of parasites, it may take 18 -24 months, use pharmaceuticals, herbals and enemas.