[Natural Health Secrets] Episode 34: Everything You Need To Know About Parasites Infection Leave a comment

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Most of us take this topic lightly, but in fact it is currently growing global epidemics disturbing evolution and bringing misery to human race.

As we are living in the beautiful soup of energies and intelligence of the universe that provides life but it also contains a “dark element” that takes the life.

To oversimplify, we are experiencing the eternal play of the “dark force” that reduce the life span and joy of life and the “light forces” that increase life and joy of life.

It is important to know, the parasites of all kinds can not overtake the life force when it is balanced, in unity with the intelligence of Nature/Universe.

But, when a person gets out of balance with nature it can not protect properly the system as a whole and some of ever existing or newly generated parasites start fast multiplication disturbing the balance further and start releasing toxins that cause further fertile ground for disease and deterioration of living system.

According to Medical Science Parasites are generally acquired from consuming contaminated food or water, but people with imbalanced gut flora, leaky gut syndrome or a weakened immune system may be more susceptible.

A parasite is an organism that lives on or in a host and gets its food at the expense of its host and can cause disease in humans.

If you’ve ever been to another country like USA, China, India, Africa, Mexico, even trips to places like Chicago and Cancun, if you drank the water or if you eat some of their food, there’s a great chance that you could have picked up a parasite. Pork can carry parasites and worms, so if you eat pork consistently, there’s a chance that you have a parasite.

Dr. Hazel Parcells, a parasite expert, believes that “85% of adult North Americans are infected with parasites.”In their award – winning documentary, The Body Snatchers, National Geographic reported, “Parasites have killed more humans than all the wars in history.”

Dr. Frank Nova, Chief of the Laboratory for Parasitic Diseases at the National Institute of Health, states, “In terms of numbers, there are more parasitic infections acquired in the US than in Africa.”

Dr. Louis Parish MD, an investigator for the Food and Drug Administration, reported that an estimated 20% of the world’s population is infected by protozoa, the large majority without symptoms.

As the parasite infection moves into a chronic stage or as parasitic worms continue developing in the host’s body, other symptoms appear. Unfortunately, many of these symptoms mimic more common diseases and a diagnosis identifying a parasite infection may be overlooked.

If you consult a health professional about a possible parasite infection, be aware that there are conflicting opinions about the best way to detect eggs, cysts, or worm segments in stool samples. Other factors that complicate diagnosis:

The parasite may be in a stage outside of the intestines.

Some parasites don’t live in the intestines at all, but can be in the blood or other tissues.
Many intestinal parasites won’t show up in the stool because they are embedded in the intestinal mucosa.

People are often misdiagnosed with the following diseases, when the true problem may be an underlying parasite infection.


Irritable bowel syndrome – IBS / colitis.

Chronic fatigue syndrome.




Anemia – iron deficiency or pernicious

What Are Some Symptoms of Human Parasite Infections?

  • Fatigue / apathy / depression
  • Inability to concentrate / poor memory
  • Flu – like symptoms / nausea / vomiting
  • Sleep disturbances
  • Nervousness / anxiety / restlessness
  • Skin rashes / hives / acne / sores / itchiness
  • Itchy ears, nose, anus
  • Joint pain / muscle aches
  • Digestive disturbances – gas / bloating / cramping
  • Coughing / wheezing
  • Diarrhea / constipation
  • Multiple food allergies
  • Sugar craving
  • Unexplained weight loss or weight gain
  • Men – sexual dysfunction
  • Women – PMS / menstrual irregularities

Children under the age of five are especially susceptible to parasite infections since they explore by touching or putting things in their mouths. Some children have a habit of eating dirt and grass and become infected via contaminated soil at home or in parks, schoolyards and playgrounds.

Children attending day – care centers, where parasite infections run rampant, are particularly vulnerable to giardia and cryptosporidium.

Symptoms of Parasites In Children

  • Digestive disturbances
  • Nervousness / irritability
  • Hyperactive symptoms – ADHD
  • Insomnia
  • Anal itching – especially at night
  • Grinding teeth at night
  • Bed wetting
  • Colic in infant
  • Cries easily and frequently
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