The intestinal parasite is nonpartisan, nondiscriminatory and provides an equal opportunity infection.

According to Dr. Bernard Jensen, best-selling author of Foods That Heal, parasites are the number one health enemy in the world.  In fact, they outrank cancer as mankind’s deadliest enemy world-wide.

But, how do you know if you are subject or contagious to a stomach parasite?

What Are Some of The Symptoms of Parasite Infestation?

Symptoms of parasitic infection mimic those of the stomach flu. Usually, abdominal cramping or pain is followed by diarrhea. However, other symptoms of parasitic infection include:

  • Loss of appetite
  • Dehydration
  • Vomiting
  • Fever
  • Nausea
  • Generalized aches and pains

Simply being in poor colon health can lead to an invasion by a parasite, followed by a nasty parasitic infection. This can manifest as constipation, diarrhea and/or poor skin health.

What Are Some of The Types of Parasites?

Intestinal parasites wear many faces. They run the gamut from:

  • Roundworms and flukes
  • Pinworms (also called seat worms or thread worms) and 15 foot tapeworms, which are all visible with the naked eye
  • Protozoa, which are only visible under a microscope
  • Pinworms, which are the most common parasite and infect nearly 40 million Americans

Trichinella, hookworms, roundworms, tapeworms and flukes are more visible parasites that can cause an parasitic infection. The resulting diarrheal infections are highly contagious and can spread from person-to-person via dirty hands, contaminated food or water and even some pets. In fact, just walking outside barefoot can be an open invitation to the intestinal parasite.

The unseen forms of microscopic parasites can also cause serious problems. Protozoa spreads quickly and can travel to the joints and brain tissue. Giardia lamblia and Cryptosporidium are both waterborne parasites highly prevalent in mountain streams with unfortunate symptoms of parasitic infection that can last for several months.

Parasites are often the hidden cause of low energy and weight imbalances. Because the intestinal or stomach parasite steals the vital nutrients from our bodies that we ourselves need for a healthy and productive life, we experience illness, weight gain and fatigue.

Who Gets Parasites?

Children are most susceptible. Personal hygiene is the number one key to preventing a parasitic infection. Parasites are highly contagious and spread from person to person via dirty hands.  You never know when you’ll come in contact with a contaminated surface (e.g., changing tables, public facility restrooms, diaper pail, toys, etc.).

Because small children typically have very questionable hygiene habits, they tend to get infected first. Then, they share the parasite with family and friends. This is especially true in areas where small children congregate in schools, day care and public swimming pools, etc.

What’s Gotten Into You?

Fortunately, this parasitic infectious health condition is easily correctable and treatable. Just by taking a few simple steps you can also enjoy:

  • More energy
  • Reduced body aches and pains
  • Less headaches
  • Improved skin health
  • Less gas and bloating

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Intestinal Parasites – Colon Hitchhikers Destroying Your Digestive Health