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Here is a list I use:
Studies have shown by the age of 40 everyone has at least one parasite.
Assume you have at least one.
Once you've established that you do have parasites, taking drugs to get rid of them may not always work. This is because a drug will often drive a parasite
from one organ of the body to another.
There are over 1,000 species of parasites, yet today's medical testing procedures only screen to identify about 50! There are two major categories of parasites: large parasites, which are primarily worms, and small parasites. Because of their microscopic size, they can burrow into the muscle, bones, or joints. Some of them may feed off the calcium linings of the bones or even the protein coating on your nerves, which can disrupt the nerve impulses to the brain. parasites
also secrete toxins, generating toxic build-up and stressing the immune system.
may consume minerals and food supplements before you do! Who are you feeding first?" - Dr. Ross Anderson, N.D.
Do you have any of these Symptoms
chronic diarrhea chronic diarrhea or/alternating with constipation nausea intestinal cramps dizziness changes in appetite vomiting fowl-smelling gas indigestion bloating multiple food allergies
loss of appetite weakness and fatigue itching around the anus - especially at night (indicating pinworms) restlessness and difficulty sleeping sore and aching intestines weight loss (although not necessarily) itching on the soles of the feet - sometimes accompanied by a rash coughing bloody sputum in some casesfever followed by loss of appetite palpitations (indicating hookworms) anemia fatigue muscle pain conjunctivitis facial swelling around the eyes (indicating trichinosis). Wheezing and coughing, followed by vomiting, stomach pain and bloating (suggesting ascariasis or threadworms).
Documentation shows that once worms or microscopic parasites
are established in the body, the following harm may occur:Worms cause physical trauma to the body by perforation of the intestines, the circulatory system, the lungs, the liver and wherever elsewhere they travel. When chyme is released into the perforated intestines it oozes into the lymph system and allergies are the first response by the body. Worms can erode, damage, or block certain organs. They can lump together and make a ball causing blockage. They can go into the brain, heart and lungs and cause problems that are unbearable. Parasites rob us of our nutrients and take the best of our vitamins and amino acids. Many people become anemic. Drowsiness after meals is a sign that worms may be present.Lastly, these scavengers poison us with their toxic waste. This poisoning is a condition called, “verminous intoxication”. In this case, an already weakened body has difficulty disposing of the parasites’ metabolic waste. It can become very serious and difficult to diagnose.
· gassy after meals
· weak or no appetite at meals
· fatigue or weakness
· poor concentration
· eyes are sensitive to light
· facial coloring is noticeably pale
· tingling in lips, fingers, arms and legs
· chest pains
· very rapid or slow heartbeat
· slow reflexes
· pain in your navel
· eating more than normal but still hungry
· blurry or unclear vision
· pain in back, thighs or shoulder
· drooling while sleeping
· grinding teeth at night
· dry lips during the day
· wetting the bed
If you notice a lot of these intestinal parasite
symptoms at once, it would be a good idea to go visit your doctor or naturopath and get yourself tested for parasites. It's an especially good idea to get tested if you've been traveling to a lot of different countries recently, particularly in less developed areas.
4.6 Other parasite health issues
· lethargy, feeling tired all the time (chronic fatigue)
· depression, forgetfulness, lack of focus, foggy thinking
· strong cravings for greasy foods and sugary foods, lots of carbs and bread, fruit, fruit juices, or alcohol
· eating more than normal but still feeling hungry
· digestive problems such as gas, bloating, constipation, or diarrhea that come and go but never really clear up
· irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
· burning sensation in the stomach
· anemia or iron deficiency - worms can create enough blood loss to cause anemia or iron deficiency
· difficulty in losing or gaining weight no matter how you try
· joint pain, muscle pain, and arthritis-like symptoms - pain in the back, shoulders, and thighs
· skin ailments such as hives, rashes, weeping eczema, itchy dermatitis, acne, ulcers, sores, lesions, inflammation or swelling
· allergic-like reactions with no apparent cause
o itchiness in ears, nose, and anus
o excessive number of bacterial or viral infections
o Candida yeast infection keeps coming back
o restlessness or anxiety, Nervousness, waste products from parasites irritate the nervous system, resulting in anxiety and restlessness
o fast heartbeat, heart pain
o insomnia, multiple awakenings during the night (particularly between 2 and 3 am)
o teeth grinding and drooling during sleep, restlessness, dark circles under the eyes
o transmandibular jaw syndrome (TMJ)
o low immune system- Parasites depress the immune system by decreasing immunoglobulin
o constant coughs and colds