Parasites Yeast Organ Detoxification Cleanses
By Cynthia Adelle Schultz, NC, MH, CMT, RMst
Nutritional Consultant, Master Herbalist, Certified Massage Therapist, Reiki Master (no longer in use)
4th stage cancer survivor
Deadly fecal build-up on the colon wall becomes the perfect breeding ground for parasites. A parasite is defined as "an organism that grows, feeds, and is sheltered on or in a different organism while contributing nothing to the survival of its host."
Recent medical studies have estimated that 85% of the North American adult population is infected with at least one form of parasite. Some authorities feel this figure may be as high as 95%. Humans can actually play host to over 100 different kinds of parasites, ranging from microscopic ones to tapeworms that can grow to be several feet long. Parasites are most frequently found in the colon, but can also migrate to other parts of the body, including the liver, lungs, muscles, joints, skin, blood, and even the brain.
The most common sources of infection with parasites are insufficiently cooked meats (beef, pork and raw fish, especially), unwashed fruits and vegetables, travel to third-world countries, contaminated water, mosquitoes and pets.
Some of the most frequent signs of parasites in humans are:
- A constantly bloated abdomen
- Inability to lose weight
- Dark circles around or under the eyes
- Diarrhea or chronic constipation (sometimes both)
- Persistent acne and skin eruptions
- Teeth grinding
- Insomnia (especially waking between 2-3 a.m.)
- Cravings for sweets
- Chronic fatigue
- Bad breath
- Bad body odor
- Food allergies
- Sinus congestion
- Constant abdominal discomfort
- Digestive problems
- Water retention
Please note that although these symptoms can signal the presence of parasites,
they can also be signs of other illnesses.
Parasites have a highly detrimental effect on our health:
- They weaken the immune system, making us more vulnerable to infections.
- They feed on the most nutritious part of our diet and vitamins.
- They irritate the tissues of the body, inducing an inflammatory reaction.
- They produce toxic waste products which our bodies absorb.
- They destroy cells faster than the body can reproduce them, leading to an imbalance.
- They can perforate and damage the intestinal lining.
- They may cause obstruction, especially in the intestine and pancreatic bile ducts.
Adult worms (1) live in the lumen of the small intestine. A female may produce approximately 200,000 eggs per day, which are passed with the feces (2) . Unfertilized eggs may be ingested but are not infective. Fertile eggs embryonate and become infective after 18 days to several weeks (3), depending on the environmental conditions (optimum: moist, warm, shaded soil). After infective eggs are swallowed (4) , the larvae hatch (5), invade the intestinal mucosa, and are carried via the portal, then systemic circulation to the lungs (6). The larvae mature further in the lungs (10 to 14 days), penetrate the alveolar walls, ascend the bronchial tree to the throat, and are swallowed (7). Upon reaching the small intestine, they develop into adult worms (1). Between 2 and 3 months are required from ingestion of the infective eggs
to oviposition by the adult female. Adult worms can live 1 to 2 years.
Candida condition may also be an underlying factor in the following diseases. However, it is often not diagnosed, misdiagnosed, disputed to even exist or is disregarded all together. Do you have one of these or symptoms similar? Excerpts from text book The New Optimum Nutrition Bible by Patrick Holford.
Simple home test to determine if you have candida (yeast)
* Always check and see if there is any contra-indications using any herbals if you are taking
medications. Some herbs will intensify your medications or nullify them Policy and Disclaimers
SYSTEMIC YEAST SYMPTOMS (CANDIDA SYMPTOMS)
Yeast/Fungal Overgrowth (Candidias) has been found to be a factor in many disorders and is found in millions of people who can not figure out what is wrong with them. Symptoms appear to be very diverse and vary from individual to individual. This is one of the reasons that yeast is difficult to diagnose. It also makes it difficult for doctors to understand the symptoms that we all deal with on a daily basis. This is a listing of some of the symptoms that may be associated with candida.
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