Symptoms of Parasites

How we get parasites

The most common way is by eating foods that are contaminated with parasites.

The most common foods that have parasites include:

Pork – mostly tapeworms.  Cooking may kill the tapeworm and not 
destroy the eggs.
Beef – may have a variety of worms.  Avoid under cooking to ensure the killing of worms and their eggs, however, this increases the development of carcinogens, as it has been shown that the cooking of meat causes carcinogens.
Fish – tapeworms and also mercury.

This is why we recommend a vegan diet. Using our Detox Kit also helps to remove parasites and creates an environment that is clean and difficult for them to survive in.

How our household pets get parasites

Most dogs and cats acquire worms very easily.  That is why veterinarians recommend de-worming your pets every three months.  Dogs are particularly susceptible to heart worms which are Ascaris – a large round worm (up to two feet long) that humans can acquire.  The eggs of Ascaris are microscopic and easily find their way on the coats of animals and can be become airborne.
Walking on contaminated soil is a prime source for acquiring parasites. 

Symptoms of parasites

Aches or pain in back, joints or muscles
Acne and other skin problems
Allergies
Anemia including pernicious anemia
Apathy
Back pain
Bad breath
Blurry vision
Brain fog
Cancers (some) 
Colitis
Constipation
Diabetes
Diarrhea
Eczema
Fatigue, sometimes devastating
Feeling of fullness in the stomach
Gas and bloating
Grinding of teeth
Headaches
Heart disease
Heartburn
Hypoglycemia
IBS – Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Immune deficiency
Indigestion
Irritability
Itchy ears
Lack of energy or fatigue
Memory problems
Migraines
Nausea
Nervousness
Obesity
Over eating and still hungry
Poor assimilation
Skin rashes
Sleep difficulties
Sleepiness during day
Spaciness
Tired after awakening
Uncontrolled appetite
Vitamin B12 deficiency
Vomiting
Weight loss