Is This Sucking The Life Out Of You?

A healthy immune system will protect you from bacteria and viruses, but everyone is exposed to parasites. The old saying, “Out of sight. Out of mind.” keeps the serious cause of death and disease hidden from the public.

This is why it's important to eat meat from only the healthiest animals (1). Touching raw meat causes many parasite infections. Parasites are spread by animals, poop and dirty water.

If you've been invaded by parasites, you – like most people – may not even know it. In fact, unless your health really goes downhill your doctor won’t treat you for hidden parasites and besides, antibiotics don’t reach the parasites “inside” your cells anyway.

Parasites can cause many ill effects to your health; some aren't even medically understood yet.

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Here is a list of seven of the possible side effects of parasites living in your body:

  • Reproductive changes
  • Flu-like symptoms
  • Organ damage
  • Cysts
  • Depression
  • Neurological diseases
  • Schizophrenia (2)

A five year national survey found more than 10% of people in the US have been infected by just one kind of parasite (3). Worldwide, the numbers for the same parasite are figured to be as common as 65% and in France the parasite infection is almost 90%.

This is because the French eat a lot of raw and under cooked meats.

Parasites From Cat Litter Boxes

Parasites are found everywhere in the environment, from cat litter boxes to gardens and waterways. The University of California studied sick sea otters and found 13% of them died from this same parasite (4). They claim cat poop poisoned the streams and rivers that flow into the ocean (5).

These parasites can enter your intestines, organs and cells. Parasites can be spread by insects, animals or from eating with dirty utensils, polluted water and from people. The some parasites already infect about 30% of all people from uncooked raw pork and from touching cat feces. This parasite infects your eyes, brain, heart and liver. These and intestinal parasites are the worst in the US.

Ten more symptoms of health robbing and often deadly parasites are:

  • Nausea
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Skin irritations
  • Anemia
  • Wasting away
  • Diarrhea
  • Bad breath
  • Ulcers
  • Inflammation
  • Death

Mother Nature Can Eliminate What No Drug Can Cure

Since the dawn of time, ancient wise men and famous healers have been using helpful plants and herbs to get rid of every kind of parasite, from pin worms and tapeworms to liver flukes and many others.

The good news is it’s been discovered that both the cleansing fibers and nutrients in certain plants can protect you.

The best natural remedies to get parasites out of your body are:

  • Black walnut hulls, garlic, turmeric, pumpkin seed, aloe vera, papaya, alfalfa, grapefruit seed extract and hyssop leaf.
  • Many people make teas using peppermint, ginger and chamomile to help soothe and cleanse while they sleep.

Eating under cooked food is a dangerous thing to do. That is why so many people suffer from mysterious health problems that leave most doctors puzzled. I hope I've helped you by suggesting you consider looking into natural alternatives to harsh drugs.

(1)Torda A (2001). “Toxoplasmosis. Are cats really the source?”. Aust Fam Physician 30 (8):743–7. PMID 11681144.
(2) Jaroslav Flegr (January 2007). “Effects of Toxoplasma on Human Behaviour”.Schizophrenia Bulletin 33 (3): 757–760. doi:10.1093/schbul/sbl074. PMID 17218612.
(3) Jones JL, Kruszon-Moran D, Sanders-Lewis K, Wilson M (2007). “Toxoplasma gondii infection in the United States, 1999-2004, decline from the prior decade”. Am J Trop Med Hyg  77 (3): 405–10.
(4) Conrad P, Miller M, Kreuder C, James E, Mazet J, Dabritz H, Jessup D, Gulland F, Grigg M (2005). “Transmission of Toxoplasma: clues from the study of sea otters as sentinels of Toxoplasma gondii flow into the marine environment”. Int J Parasitol 35 (11-12):1155–68. doi:10.1016/j.ijpara.2005.07.002. PMID 16157341.
(5) 17:30-22:00 “Treating Disease in the Developing World.”. Talk of the Nation Science Friday. National Public Radio. December 16, 2005.  17:30-22:00.