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Parasites and their effect on your body PDF Print E-mail

Parasite protozoa that can cause health problems for humansThe word parasite comes from the Greek “parásītos” meaning “one who eats at another’s table”. Parasites live off the food we consume, leaving us the scraps. If 85% - 90% of the population, healthy or sick, has parasites, then any illness can be suspected as having parasites as its cause!

What are parasites?

A parasite is an organism which lives off the host, this could be you or me! The parasite lives inside our bodies, feeding off our energy, our cells or the food we eat.

Now you may be asking yourself: “How can a parasite possibly be living in my body and I don’t even know it is there?”

Parasites are advanced in their ability to survive and reproduce, and to remain undetected, making our lives rather complicated as no organ is immune to their infestation.

A parasite eats, reproduces and secretes just like most known organisms.

Parasites eat different things depending on their type. Some parasites live off the food we eat and exist mainly in the digestive tract. Other parasites literally attach themselves anywhere and suck nutrients out of our cells. What’s worse is they eat our nutrients before we do, getting the best and leaving us the leftovers resulting in our organs and skin starving for nutrition.

There are two major categories of parasites:

  • Large parasites which are primarily worms, and
  • small parasites which are mainly microscopic in size and include protozoa and amoebae.

Despite their size, small parasites can be dangerous, eating the calcium linings of our bones and joints, and the protein coating of our nerves. Small parasites function almost like bacteria, travelling through the bloodstream to virtually any part of the body. They reproduce without laying eggs and behave more like an infectionin the body.

Large parasites can usually be seen with the naked eye and tend to remain in the digestive tract. The larger parasites reproduce by laying eggs into the intestinal tract. Once the eggs hatch, the young feed on the food we eat and grow into adults, repeating the process. Female worms can release up to 200.000 eggs per day depending on their type.

All organisms secrete something, be it lubricants, waste material, protective liquids or secretions to attract food. This secretion can be toxic to the host organism. Secretions from parasites into our bodies are poisons and toxins that our bodies are forced to deal with. The toxins weaken our immune system, making our bodies more susceptible to infections of all kinds.

If the four cleansing systems of our body, namely the lungs, kidneys, skin and bowel, are pushed too far by excessive toxins in the body, “toxic overload” occurs. If you happen to be one of those people who drinks alcohol, smokes, eats junk food and breathes polluted air, then parasite toxins is the last thing an already toxic body needs.

What’s more, parasites can remain in the body 10, 20 or even 30 years!

How do we get parasites?

Anyone can potentially become a host to parasites.

There are basically four ways we can get infected:

  • Through our food and water
  • Via a transmitting agent such as the mosquito, flea and housefly
  • Via sexual contact
  • Through the nose and skin

Basically, we poison our bodies with chemicals, drugs and processed foods; this starts the process that enables parasites to take over our inner environment.

So when we make wrong choices and don’t take preventative measures, parasites will take control.

Determining a parasite infestation

Over 1 000 species of parasites can live in the human body, but there are tests available for only around 50 types. This means that your doctor can only hope to find 5% of the parasites that can be tested for at an accuracy rate of 20%, should he even decide to test you.

In addition, it is difficult to accurately diagnose the problem because a parasite’s own reproductive cycle in which eggs or cysts are passed at irregular intervals makes diagnosis tricky.

Some of the symptoms you may experience are

  • chronic fatigue
  • digestive problems
  • food sensitivity and environmental intolerance
  • excessive bacterial or viral infections
  • joint and muscle pains and inflammation
  • allergies
  • difficulty gaining or losing weight
  • depression

According to Hulda Clark, “Getting rid of parasites would be absolutely impossible using clinical medicines that can kill only one or two parasites each. Such medicines also tend to make you quite ill.” Imagine taking ten such drugs to kill a dozen of your parasites!

Rife technology is a non-invasive and safe way to devitalise parasites and restore health.

What can you do to reduce the risk of parasitic infections?

A healthy immune system is the best defence against parasites and disease. Some basic precautions you should be taking are

  • Practice good personal hygiene. Make sure you wash your hands after going to the rest room or handling pets.
  • Always wash or peel raw fruits and vegetables
  • Thoroughly cook meat and fish, and do not leave food out over night
  • Drink pure water that is properly purified with ozone
  • Do not allow yourself to remain constipated as this provides the perfect environment for parasites to grow
  • De-worm yourself, your family and your pets every six months
  • Keep your living environment clean and dust-free

Parasites are a serious public health threat because so few people talk about them and even fewer listen when they are being discussed. Change your perception of parasites and improve your health!

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 August 2011 11:49




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