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Parasite Symptoms are the symptoms caused by living parasites that enter our body and live off of our insides. They can enter our body through our mouth, nose, or skin. One study has found that over 95% of the world’s population have parasites in their bodies.
They may have come from uncooked or unwashed food, contaminated water, or through the air. When the organisms are swallowed, they move into the intestine, where they can reproduce and cause serious symptoms. Most doctors can not diagnose parasite symptoms as these sypmtoms could be caused by other things. Some parasites live and breed inside your stomach, particularly the small and large intestines and colon.
If left there they can cause certain symptoms such as weight gain, digestive distress, tiredness, poor health, diarrhea or constipation. Other parasite symptoms could be bad breath, constant hunger, dark circles under the eyes, anemia and headaches. Parasites can eventually cause you to puff up, gain lots of weight, get sick more often, and take many, many years off your life! It may take months for parasite symptoms to show up after the initial infection. It may even take years. Parasite symptoms generally appear slowly and can be considered chronic.
The only proven way to get rid of parasite symptoms is by getting rid of the parasites themselves. This is done through detox and cleansing of the colon. A lady doctor from Arizona, Dr Suzanne Gudakunst, has developed a number of natural treatments for the removal of the rapidly reproducing digestive parasites and harmful, life-threatening plaques. When applied to even worse-case patients suffering extreme obesity (98% of which were in immediate danger of dying) she saw a 100% effectiveness and success rate.
Parasite symptoms can be potentially dangerous. You may not even show any symptoms but the parasites could still be inside you. NO matter how you do it, I urge you to clean out your system. We are so worried about our outsides being clean, but shouldn’t we clean up our insides too?
- Published On : 4 years ago on November 26, 2016
- Author By : Charlotte Hayter
- Last Updated : February 27, 2018 @ 11:53 am
- In The Categories Of : Fitness Tips, Health, News