You can get rid of them quickly, feel better and also get peace of mind! It is important to your health.
This effective parasite cleanse is natural and simple to do.
Human parasites, especially parasites in the intestines and colon are actually fairly common.
Numerous research studies and some well known authors, blame parasites as one of the chief causes of many illnesses and diseases.
As well as being quite disgusting to think about, they can be very irritating and upsetting.
(Easy to follow instructions are included.)
People often think that parasites are a relic of the past when hygiene was more of a problem. However that is not true. The human body remains the perfect host for these parasitic organisms.
I can't get parasites...Can I ?
There are a number of ways that parasites can end up infecting and growing in the human body.
These include food, such as meat, fish and poultry, contact with pets and animals and of course other humans.
Many people now travel to "exotic" parts of the world and many types of parasites can be transferred from person to person. Good hygiene is an important precaution but it is no guarantee against infection.
See the article below and various links to find out more about parasites and to see some parasite pictures.
Click here >> for information about the additional colon cleanse program.
We have also created the "Ultimate" Anti Parasite program which works out cheaper when bought together. This consists of the anti parasite program pictured above as well as the colon cleanse. Click here >> for details of the Ultimate human intestinal parasites course.
Did you know that parasites can upset your system so much, that they can affect how you feel all day long and during the night!
Human Parasites - Cleansing Program Information:
The subject of parasites can be a bit of a shock
Most people probably don't realise that parasites are fairly common and they may be a signnificant cause of numerous problems with the body. All of us are familiar with catching a bug such as a virus or a bacterial infection, but worms and parasites are something else.
To then also realise that these critters can actually live quite happily inside a human body can be difficult to think about.
Read up on the subject
Anyone who has had pets for a while such as dogs or cats may be more aware of parasites. It is not too uncommon for ones pets to get infected and to have to take a trip to a vet to get some kind of treatment. Human parasites exist in the same way, and not just in third world countries. Try to learn more about them and so be better armed in your fight to get rid of them if that becomes necessary.
Parasites can be responsible for a wide spectrum of ailments, from very serious infections and diseases at one end, to mild feelings of un wellness and lack of energy. As well as this article, we have put together lots of useful links from around the internet which go into the subject in much more detail. See the bottom of this page for more details.
Know the enemy
The only cast iron way to be sure you don't have some parasites living in your body is to have a stool and blood analysis done in a laboratory, which specifically looks for parasites. (Some general tests don't reveal this, as the possible problem of parasites is often underestimated). Most people would usually only have the "privilege" of having this done if they were very ill. So are there any symptoms or things to look out for to see if parasites are a possible problem? Read on and also read the various links below on other sites and get educated in this subject.
Parasites are everywhere, and they are very easy to contract from our food, water, animals, even from other people. It is recommended that a parasite cleanse is done at least once every year (better twice), preferably with a detox program before or after as well. This in conjunction with more careful attention to hygiene and a greater awareness about parasites will help ensure they do not trouble you.
What Is A Parasite?
A parasite is an organism which feeds off, and usually within, a host body, such as our own body, or other living organisms, like plants and animals. They feed on the nutrients, cells, blood and organs of the host. They reproduce by depositing thousands of eggs, or simply by cell division, within the host's tissues and cells.
They can travel around the body
Parasites are not limited just to the intestines. They can easily traveling around the blood stream when small and find a suitable place to grow and develop. Parasites are often mobile, "grazing" in one area of the body after another, eating the host's cells directly or draining the best of the nutrients directly from the host's tissues. Another nasty side effect of parasites are their fecal secretions, direct into our own bodies. These can be quite toxic and affect a person in different ways. These can also have an affect on the immune system and further weaken the bodies defences often bringing about fatigue and this can lead to further illnesses.
Who has parasites?
Parasites likely infect everyone at some time. It's estimated that as many as 85% of the world's population is affected. It's believed by some scientists that parasitic infection is more responsible for diseases like cancer, diabetes, liver dysfunction, even HIV infection, and others, than traditionally accepted.
How do you get parasites?
It is a lot easier than you think. This second part of this parasite series tells you how.
Some common parasites
There are a number of major common parasites which can live in the human host and which we should be concerned about. These include:
|An example of
|Examples of roundworms
Examples of flukes
|Examples of pinworms
Examples of tapeworms
Protozoan are organisms that live in the blood, tissues and intestines. Although exceptionally small, these parasites may remain active in the human body for an entire lifetime, causing multiple complications.
Flukes (Trematodes), or flatworms, are likely the most common form of parasite found in humans worldwide. These commonly infect everyone's intestines and other tissues including the heart, lungs, liver and kidneys. All Flukes are terribly difficult to get rid of once infected, accumulating over a period of 10 to 20 years.
The largest intestinal Fluke: Fasciolopsis buski
Fleshy, red and beef-colored, Flukes attach themselves within the mucous membranes of the small intestine. Living up to one year per adult organism, they proliferate easily and spread to other organs. Transmission is through unwashed vegetables, as well as fish and pork.
Although they normally develop outside the body, new theories suggest that when "propyl alcohols" are used or consumed (either in foods or cosmetics), they provide the fluke with an environment which enables it to complete its entire life cycle within man. This allow the fluke to migrate throughout the body, thus infesting every tissue and organ with which it comes into contact.
Roundworms (Nematodes) include the families of hookworm, pinworm, whipworm, threadworm, etc. Commonly found in the intestines and often contracted through the skin, they, like other parasites, may migrate throughout the body and present multiple symptoms of disease.
Tapeworms (Cestodes) are generally the largest of the parasites. These segmented worms, containing 50,000 eggs within each of 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. Parasites have survival skills which are beyond the capabilities of our Immune System, especially when the immune system is overloaded or weakened, and that's why they can generally live for years within their host.
Some tapeworms which prefer dogs and cats as their hosts can nevertheless be transmitted to humans via petting, grooming and general contact. Children are especially prone to parasites from pets by coming into contain with faeces in gardens, fields and playgrounds. These parasites can then live in a human host. Tapeworms can live for many years and some individual tapeworms have been removed and disected, and shown to be more than 20 years old!!
It is important to realise that it will take some time and effort on your part to handle, but we have put together a program which is very easy to do and requires very little time, literally a few minutes a day. Order our complete anti-parasite kit today. See the product boxes at the top of this page.
If your bowel is sluggish or irregular, or you feel bloated or want to do a full cleanse, we suggest that you consider doing a detox as well as the parasite program. In theory this will give maximum results as after intestinal and colon cleansing, some parasites are more exposed and vulnerable, and so are more easily killed off.
Here is a more information on the detox programs.
Other Parasite Sites
If you want to find out more about parasites we have put together a some useful links from around the internet. These pages open in a new browser window:
Parasite Links and Useful Information
|Excellent pictures of many species of parasites. All of them have their latin names which can be a bit confusing, but the information is great.|
here - http://www.k-state.edu/parasitology/625tutorials/index.html
|An excellent site with images and useful information. Believed to be part of a large government scheme to educate the public more on these types of issues.|
here - http://www.dpd.cdc.gov/dpdx/HTML/Image_Library.htm
|Excellent site - many links & data. Same site as above but entered differently into a different section.|
here - http://www.dpd.cdc.gov/DPDx/HTML/Para_Health.htm
|Slightly watered down public site using data from the above two links, but still a good summary of some of the parasite problems.|
here - http://www.cdc.gov/parasites/
|Here's a Movie clip of some parasites hatching.|
here - http://www.cellsalive.com/qtmovs/crypto_mov.htm
|National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases
- Various articles concerning parasites and worm infections
here - http://www.niaid.nih.gov/topics/Pages/default.aspx