The Parasite Menace
What exactly is a parasite? A parasite is an organism that lives off the host, the host being you or me. The parasite lives a parallel life inside our bodies, feeding off either our own energy, our own cells or the food we eat, or even feeding off the health supplements we use. There are many different types of parasites.
Most parasites live in the intestinal tract where they feed off of undigested food and toxic wastes. Other parasites actually get their nutrition directly from the cells of the body. They can literally attach themselves anywhere and suck nutrition out of the cells. These types of parasites are significantly more dangerous because they can travel to places in the body where they can do a lot of damage, even cause cancer.
Parasites Reproduce Quickly
Large parasites which are primarily worms, large enough to be seen by the naked eye, 10, 12 or even 15 inches long that live in the digestive tract. They reproduce by laying eggs. Eggs are deposited in the intestinal tract, where they stick to the walls of the intestines. When the eggs hatch, the young feed on the food that we eat and they eventually grow into adults. The adults then repeat the process.
Small parasites which are mainly microscopic in size are amoebas and protozoas that can function almost like bacteria by travelling through the bloodstream to virtually any part of the body. They reproduce without laying eggs and behave more like an infection in the body than do the larger parasites. They reproduce by duplicating themselves in a manner simular to bacteria or viral reproduction.
Some types of parasites are tapeworms, giardia, protozoa, flukes, roundworms, whipworms, hookworms, and pinworms. Pinworms are the most common, especially among children. They are very infectious and can cause itchiness in the anal area. They deposit their eggs mostly at night, contaminating pyjamas and bed linen. The eggs are readily transported through the air, so can be found almost anywhere in the house.
Parasites Secrete Toxins
Parasites Weaken the Immune System
How do we get parasites?
When the body builds up with too many toxic substances, the pH of the blood and tissues shifts from alkalinity to acidity. These acids come from an acidic diet, stress, and a weak detoxification system. As the internal environment goes acidic, parasites rise up and evolve from within. This is the primary cause of parasites!
Secondly, parasites from outside the body can invade internally. If the pH of the body is acidic, it will be a perfect environment to support the life of a parasite. We can come in contact with external parasites by eating meat, vegetables, and fruits; from drinking water, shaking hands, sharing someone else's drink, kissing, intimate sexual contact, from pets, restaurants, and travelling to tropical countries. Antibiotics can put the intestinal ecological environment out of balance by killing friendly bacteria, allowing parasites to invade and flourish.
Signs of Parasites
* constipation, gas and bloating
The latest European and North American studies indicate that anyone who suffers from a chronic condition probably has parasites.
How do I detect if I have parasites?
Alternative health testing can be about 85% accurate through Applied Kinesiology , the Computerized Meridian Stress Test, or Live Blood Cell Darkfield Microscopy where parasites can actually be seen in the blood. Another excellent method of detection is to send a blood sample to specialized laboratory called which can give a comprehensive analysis. It is best to be checked for parasites once a year. Don't delay.
Most people with parasites are unaware that they have them.