Parasite infection is one of the most serious illnesses in the world, a large number of people are suffering from it and their health is greatly compromised.
Parasite is an organism that lives on or in other organisms from which it obtains nutrients to live and causes harm in the process.
A human body can host over a hundred different types of parasites. Some are microscopic in size, needing a microscopy to identify, while others can be as long as the human colon, as thick as a pencil. These common organisms can be found everywhere in our environment, in the air, in the water, or in the food.
Parasites and worms can invade bodies through food and water intake, through transmitting agents (like mosquito), sexual conduct or through the nose and skin. Many patients in USA get infected through their animal pets.
Once parasite gets the access into human body, they feed on the food eaten; share the same nutrition source with the human. Consequently, people with intestinal parasite infections are usually under-nourished and weak, easier to be inflicted with allergies, viral, fungal, or bacteria, and have various types of chemical and metal poisoning. Many health problems with unknown origin, are actually caused by the parasites infection.
When the bowel becomes ineffective in the elimination of our waste products, the fecal matter provides the habitat for the parasites, the undigested food works as the nutritional source, and the toxins released by the harmful organism further weaken the colon health.
Auto intoxication refers to the process that through the colon wall, the toxins and harmful substance are re-absorbed into the circulation system. If the waste is not timely excreted out, the body is poisoning itself.
Malaria is the most prevalent and debilitating disease, mosquito is the transmitting agent. When a person gets an infected mosquito bite, the parasite enters into one’s blood, then is circulated causing serious symptoms. Millions of people die of malaria worldwide.
Parasites can erode damage or block certain organs by lumping together in balls or tumors. They can be mistaken for cancer tumors, and travel into the brain, heart and lungs.
People who have travelled to areas infested with parasites, such as African countries, are likely infected through the local food, water or beddings in the filthy hotels.
Most doctors in developed countries are not trained to recognize the symptoms of parasitic infections. It is important to educate oneself to avoid the parasites invasion.
There are many different types of parasites causing severe damages to human health, if needed, read information on professional websites.
People have parasites infection should see a medical doctor with no delay. Along with the medicine treatment, patients should consider colon hydrotherapy as a powerful tool to eliminate the parasites in the colon. Building up clean colon is a first step of the health recovery.