Parasites live inside us! Parasites dine with you, like it or not!
We are marvellous hosts to our uninvited guests, the teeming droves of parasites.
Today, exposure to chemicals and solvents makes it easy for the egg, cyst and larval stages of many parasites to hatch inside our bodies.
This never happened prior to the extensive use of solvents like benzene, propylene, alcohol, etc.
The hard cyst around a liver fluke could withstand the digestive system juices and be expelled to find a new host, but now the coating is dissolved by the chemicals we expose ourselves to.
The occurrence of cancer, endometriosis, diabetes and liver diseases has increased in direct proportion to the amount of common alcohols and solvents we encounter daily.
Once the parasites and chemical toxins were removed, most of the patients recovered fully
It is very important to avoid and eradicate all parasites as well as chemical toxins.
Parasites favour acidic and unhealthy blood. We create the perfect living environment by allowing our bowels to become ineffective in the elimination of waste products because of our bad diets consisting of over -processed foods with no roughage, junk food, chemicals, bad fats and sweets.
We poison ourselves with our own toxic waste and also the waste of these parasitic creatures (auto intoxication) when this ideal environment is created.
There are thousands of varieties of parasites in the 4 major categories of Protozoa, tematoda, Cestoda and Nematoda.
There can be over 100 types of parasites living in human bodies. Some are microscopic in size while others can be seen quite easily.
Large parasites range from the helminths like tapeworm, hookworm and roundworm, to the slug-like flukes that invade the pancreas and liver.
There is also a teeming host of microbial organisms like bacteria, fungi and viruses living inside us. They breed continuously and can do a lot of damage to the body regardless of eating correctly, drinking water or taking supplements
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