Parasite Cleansing Detox
What Are Parasites In Humans?
Parasites are unwanted organism that live in the gastrointestinal system that has the potential to cause damage to their human host. Parasites get their nutrients from the foods we eat and they puncture holes in the intestinal membrane. Contracting a parasite is much easier and much more common than you’d think. They hang out on unwashed fruits and vegetables, in undercooked meat, sushi, in contaminated water (even municipal tap water), in your pets mouth and even in your bed. Some of these parasites get into you body through your mouth while others can even enter your body from the bottoms of your feet! Parasites can wreak so much havoc on the body that they have passed themselves off as other diseases. The infected person is constantly sick and tired, diagnosed with multiple chronic conditions and taking several medications, all while the doctor is still confused and unable to fully relief the patient of their pain and has no idea that a chronic parasitic infection is actually at the root of their problems. Parasites can range from tiny amoeba that are not visible to your naked eyes, up to 35-foot long tapeworms! They lay eggs in the body and given the right environment, each one can lay hundreds of thousands or millions of eggs daily!! Their eggs can enter into blood circulation, travel to various organs in the body and cause diseases. Chronic parasitic infections are linked with intestinal permeability, leaky gut syndrome, irritable bowel syndrome and many other digestive disorders. If you have any digestive disorders, parasites are most likely the cause. When parasites find refuge inside your tissues and organs, as part of their life cycle, they excrete waste that pollutes your body. Deadly toxins are released into your body around the clock causing silent wear and tear on all your systems, weakening your immune system, and making you more susceptible to other forms of bacteria, viruses, and disease. An untreated infection of some of these parasites can lead to serious health problems, including seizures, blindness, pregnancy complications, heart failure and even death! Doing a parasite cleanse once a year is a great way to practice preventative health care.
A parasite cleanse involves removing all of the dangerous foods like grains and sugars that can feed parasites from your system, and replacing them with foods that have been proven to kill parasites and remove their waste products like pumpkin seeds, probiotics, and garlic.
What Are The Types Of Parasites That Inhabit The Human Body?
There are hundreds of known parasites that inhabit the human body. They are classified into two main groups of parasites that can cause diseases: protozoa and helminths.
Protozoa are single-celled microorganisms that may not be visible to the naked eye. The most common protozoans that infect a human body are: Giardia intestinalis, entaboeba hystolytica, cyclospora cayetanenensis, cryptosporidium spp, and blastocystis hominis. The disorders caused by these parasites are often named after them. Helminths are larger and typically big enough and can be seen with the human eye in their adult stage. The most common helminths that inhabit the human gut, briefly, are:
• Roundworms: This parasite can lay up to over 200,000 eggs a day and can grow up to 15 feet long. Because of their size, this type of parasite can cause blockages in the intestinal tract, penetrate the intestinal wall, cause hemorrhages, appendicitis, peritonitis, abscesses in the liver and pancreatitis.
• Hookworms: This larvae of this parasite can penetrate the skin. Young worms can burrow through intestinal wall and feed on your blood, causing iron deficiency and other nutrient deficiencies. Adult hookworms can sap the host’s strength and energy and destroy their overall wellbeing.
• Tapeworms: This parasite can grow up to 35 feet long and live more than 10 years inside a person’s intestines. They can lay up to one million eggs per day!
• Pinworms: A female pinworm often crawls out of the anus and lay about 15,000 eggs a day. The eggs can survive outside the body and once airborne, it can survive for about two days in its surrounding. Hosts may often feel itchiness in the anus or vagina, have digestive disorders, insomnia and irritability.
• Whipworms: This 1-2 inches long worm can penetrate the intestinal wall and cause bacterial infections, blood in stools, pain in lower abdomen, rectal prolapse, anemia and hemorrhages.
• Flatworms: Flatworms (a.k.a. fluke) can grow up to 3 inches long. They deplete nutrients from the human host and then move on to other organs in the body via the blood stream and lymphatic system. They can cause severe diseases in the gastrointestinal tract, lungs, bladder, liver and the blood.
What Are The Causes Of Parasite Infections?
Parasites can enter your body through contaminated food and water: From eating sushi, uncooked or undercooked meat (stop eating sashimi!), contaminated fruits and vegetables, from unclean washroom habits, dirty toilets, handling animals, from swimming or even through the bottom of your feet! But, the condition is only made worse when one also lives an unhealthy lifestyle. A weakened immune system caused by a poor eating habit weakens the immune system to a state where it attracts a parasitic infection. A weakened body is a breeding ground for parasites and other microorganisms and they thrive in it!
Poor eating habits, a stressful lifestyle, being on long-term medications all contribute to poor gut health and immune system. With chronic constipation and irregular bowel movements, undigested foods in the digestive tract remains longer than it should, staying stagnant and they ferment. Fermentation produces sugars that feed yeast and parasites and further weakens gut health and immune system. As the food rots, it also produces poisonous gas that cause bloating and flatulence. This, is the perfect environment for parasites to breed and multiply, and soon cause an infestation … just as rats and various pests live off city landfills and industrial-waste sites.
Signs That You May Have A Parasite Infection
These organisms can cause HUGE problems when left untreated. People commonly think that parasites only exist in underdeveloped countries. This is far from the truth, and the reason why people often don’t pay attention to their symptoms, nor associate their problems with parasite infections!
Although some people may have parasites in the body and have no sign of their presence, parasites that grow out of control may cause some persistent issues such as:
• Chronic digestive issues despite eating a healthy diet
• Persistent cramps, flatulence, bloating, gas
• Chronic exhaustion that cannot be resolved by sleep
• Sexual dysfunction and menstruation problems in women
• Mental issues including forgetfulness, anxiety, depression, restlessness, behavioral changes, cognitive disorders, irritable
• Anemia or iron deficiency—worms can cause blood loss
• Feeling hungry all the time, or have strong cravings for processed foods and sugary foods
• Autoimmune disorders often accompanied with other symptoms such as IBS, arthritis, joint pains and inflammation
• Recurring yeast infections such as Candida
• Food allergies and sensitivities
• Feeling of something crawling under the skin!
What Do Parasites Do In The Human Body?
Because parasites are often “unseen”, they can cause “mysterious” diseases and often get away with it. Antibiotics can probably kill a few types of parasites, but they don’t kill the really “hard-core” parasites.
Once parasites are established in a body and are dominant, they can literally eat holes through organs. Even the microscopic amoeba are known to eat through brains! They multiply so fast that they need more food all the time. This is why people who are infected often have cravings for the wrong type of foods to feed the parasites, and often feel hungry. Worms can become so big that they perforate the intestines (as in the case of leaky gut), the circulatory system, the lungs and the liver. They rob your body of the nutrients you eat, causing severe nutrient deficiencies that lead to diseases. They eat blood cells, causing people to lose blood and be anemic. On the whole, parasites depress the immune system by making your entire system toxic. They eat and poop in the body causing more wastes in the body that lead to toxicity. All these going-ons in the body degenerates your health, causing fatigue and illness.
Step 1 – The Importance of Colon Cleanse for Parasites Treatment
COLON AND PARASITE CLEANSE
The most important step to do before starting any parasite treatment is to optimize your intestinal tract and toxins elimination functions; a constipated, congested or irritated colon is a breeding ground for intestinal parasites and other pathogens. No matter what medication, herbal cleanse or supplements you may take, as long as your colon has waste buildup that can feed parasites, you are probably going to have parasites in the colon, and will not be able to get rid of the parasitic infection. This also applies to natural anti parasitic foods that are recommended for the parasite cleanse diet; waste buildup makes it difficult for the colon to move the foods you eat in a normal pace. As a result, these foods may stay longer in your digestive tract, get rotten, and become toxic. This critical step of doing a colon cleanse for parasites issues is often overlooked, and is the main reason why many people can’t get rid of their parasitic infection issues. It is also the cause behind the healing crises and the parasite cleanse side effects most people experience during the parasite treatment and intestinal parasite cleanse; it just takes your body too much time removing the dying parasites and their toxins from the intestinal tract.
The bottom line: for most effective parasite cleanse, always cleanse your colon before getting started. Use our colon cleansing herbs to start your full body detox.
Step 2 – Parasite Cleanse Diet
Often overlooked, the parasite cleanse diet is a very important part of the parasite cleanse. Now what’s even more important is your diet. In order to kill parasites in your system and kill off the bad bacteria and the fungus that these parasites live off of, you’ve got to get rid of bad bacteria. The main idea behind the anti-parasitic diet is to create an environment in the body that is hostile to parasites. This is achieved by:
▪ Eliminating foods that can feed parasites, weaken your immune system and body, especially high carbs and sugary foods, processed foods, fried foods, sugary beverages, wheat, gluten, grains, dairy, alcohol, and yeast.
▪ Including anti parasite foods and foods that kill parasites in the body such as garlic and pumpkin seeds.
▪ Including colon cleansing foods to optimize toxins and parasite removal from the body. Raw vegetables and fresh low sugar fruits such as lemons, apples and berries are great examples.
▪ Avoiding foods that are hard to digest such as legumes and beans is also recommended during the parasite cleanse diet. These whole foods can be very healthy in general, but when consumed during the cleanse they may slow your digestion causing the released toxins from the cleanse to stay longer in your body.
▪ Eating meat, especially raw or not fully cooked meat, pork, or fish (sushi) may increase your risk of getting parasitic infections such as tapeworms and others. During the parasite cleanse it is highly recommended to avoid eating raw meat and minimize the consumption of animal based products.
The Anti-Parasite Diet
When you’re going to do a parasite cleanse, I even recommend that you limit your fruit intake or eat no fruit whatsoever. So rather than a berry smoothie, you just drink a coconut smoothie with coconut milk, chia seeds and protein powder; for lunch, do a big salad; and for dinner, prepare organic meat and double the vegetables, staying completely away from any form of grains or sugar, including fruit. Pumpkin seeds are the No. 1 food that kills off parasites.
Here are some other top anti-parasite foods:
• Garlic and onions – Both of these immune-boosting vegetables have anti-parasitic effects.
• Herbs – Certain herbs, like oregano and ginger, can have antibacterial and antiparasitic effects.
• Papaya juice – This potent juice can have anti-parasitic effects.
• Coconut oil – Coconut oil has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties.
• Probiotic rich foods – Consuming high probiotic foods like kefir, sauerkraut and yogurt can keep parasites in check and improve the health of the gut.
And here are the foods you want to avoid:
• Sugar – Feeds parasites and lowers immune functioning.
• Processed foods – Foods that are highly processed do not support immune health.
• Alcohol – Does not allow for proper immune system functioning.
• Wheat – Many grains, especially those containing gluten, can break down into sugar quickly and cause intestinal inflammation.
• Pork – Can be highly contaminated with parasites.
Step 3 – Probiotics Parasite Cleanse
Taking probiotics during parasite cleanse is a very important part of the intestinal parasite treatment considering that 70% of the immune system resides in the gut. Probiotics supplements work by populating the intestines with “good” bacteria that help your body fight the “bad” bacteria, parasites and other harmful organisms such as worms, candida yeast, and viruses. When using probiotics supplements for intestinal parasites, it is important to make sure the probiotic strain that is included in the product is effective for parasites. Many of the probiotic products on the market can provide many health benefits, however they are not specifically designed to treat intestinal parasites and therefore may not be the best fit for the parasite cleanse. We also recommend taking milk thistle for liver support and turmeric which is a great anti inflammatory herb.
Step 4 – Empress Organics Anti-parasitic Herbs for Parasite Cleanse
HOW TO ELIMINATE PARASITES USING HERBS
Empress Organics Anti parasitic herbs and supplements are used as part of the parasite cleanse and in many cases can be very effective in helping the body to get rid of parasites naturally. Our parasite cleansing herbs will remove parasite and toxins from the body.
We offer two different Colon Cleanse & Parasite Cleansing Kit
14 Day includes: 7 Day Colon Cleanse Herbs, 7 Day Parasite Cleanse Herbs, 14 Day Fiber & Detox Supplement.
30 Day includes: 14 Day Colon Cleanse Herbs, 14 Day Parasite Cleanse Herbs, 30 Day Fiber & Detox Supplement.