Why an Anti-Parasitic Cleansing Program is Essential for Good Health...
Parasites (protozoan, roundworms, tapeworms, etc) are a common insidious infection which affect at least 85% of the population at some point in their lives, both children and adults. Infection occurs much more frequently than many imagine. Most infections of parasites come from our food and water sources. Undercooked meat (watch out for rare meat- beef, poultry, and pork!) and undercooked, raw seafood (sushi!) are the most common vectors, as well as unwashed and undercooked fruits and vegetables. Drinking contaminated water and swimming in natural lakes and rivers will expose us to parasites as well.
Parasites can also be transmitted by human contact alone, through the shaking of someone's hand, drinking from the same glass, eating from the same utensils, kissing (even a kiss on the cheek could transfer some parasites which could either enter the skin at that point or migrate across your skin into your mouth), sneezing and other exchanges of body fluids. Animals (pets and their fleas/mites/ticks) are also common vectors (i.e, carriers) which transmit the parasite to human hosts. Simply petting and grooming our pets can facilitate infection; the parasites' eggs passing from their fur to our hands, nose, and mouth. Some parasites (eg. pinworms) can even be transmitted through the air, and are in the dust we breath. It's likely, therefore, that those who live in the same household will all have the same parasitic infections, whether they're currently presenting any symptomolgy or not.
Eradicate the Following Infectious
Parasites from Your Body:
Protozoan are organisms that live in the blood, tissues, and intestines. They are usually very small, generally microscopic, capable of infecting every tissue in the body. Malaria is the most common protozoan tissue in the body. Malaria is the most common protozoan disease. Their vectors (or carriers) are generally contaminated waters and insects (eg. mosquitoes). Although exceptionally small, these parasites may remain active in the human body for an entire lifetime. causing multiple complications and reinfestations.
Flukes (Trematodes), commonly called flatworms, are likely the most common form of parasite found in humans worldwide, including Europe and North America. They're generally flat and oval in shape. One particular type of common Fluke, Fasciolopsis buski, is 1mm to 70 mm/3.5 inches in length. These commonly infect intestines and other tissues including the heart, lungs, liver, and kidney. All flukes are difficult to get rid of once infected, accumulating over a period of 10 to 20 years.
Roundworms (Nematodes) include the families of hookworm, ringworm, pinworm, whipworm, threadworm, etc. These can range from 1 mm to many centimeters/inches. Commonly found in the intestines, and often contracted through the skin, they, like other parasite, may migrate throughout the body and present multiple symptoms of disease.
Tapeworms (Cestodes) are generally the largest of the parasites. They are suprisingly mobile and will change their location daily within the host's body. These segmented worms, containing 50,000 within each its 3,000-4,000 segments, can release up to one million eggs per day! Some tapeworms may live as long as 25 years and can quickly reach upwards to 10 meters/ 33 feet in length within the gastrointestinal tract. However, their larvae can be found in almost any organ, being capable of infecting other tissues in varying stages of its development. Again, parasites have survival skills which are beyond the capabilities of our Immune System, and that's why they can generally live for years within their host.