Deanna Bramble
Author & Clinical Nutritionist


                     Parasites

We worm our pets due to parasites and sadly many humans are suffering from the same thing, and are not even aware of it. I have heard many times over that Eighty percent of humans have parasites. There are natural ways to help get rid of the parasites through your stool. There are many natural foods, herbal cleansing products, and essential oils that one can take to rid themselves of worms. Suggest natural health varieties first. I have taken a natural product every six months, which I rotate so that parasites do not get immune to one product. While some veggies, water, and other foods do have parasites, fish (raw or cooked) and meat are some of the biggest culprits. When parasites are the problem, it is very important to take larger doses of plant-derived nutrients due to deficiencies. Some worms suck your vitamins and minerals directly out of the blood. Others absorb your nutrients through their outer skin layer. The nutrients need replacing daily.

These harmful Parasites - If left to live and breed inside your stomach, small and large intestines and colon, they will eventually cause you to puff up, gain lots of weight, get sick more often, have intestinal issues, and take many, many years off your life! Many doctors misdiagnose parasites because there are so many varieties and many do not show up in tests. Most parasites are diagnosed as Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Here is a surgery on a Japanese guy who ate a lot of sushi.  He lost his motor skills because of roundworms and tapeworms.

                             

Tapeworms and roundworms and their eggs which abounds in all fish (fresh or saltwater) can only sometimes be killed by thorough cooking and/or freezing the fish to between 4 degC - 0 degs C. Whether eating raw or cooked parasites they do not sound appetizing.

How do fish get parasites?

The life cycle of an anisakid nematode begins when seals or sea lions eat infected fish. The larval nematodes grow to maturity, and the marine mammal excretes the nematode eggs into the sea where they hatch. Shrimp-like animals eat the larvae, and fish eat the shrimp-like animals. The larvae then develop into the form we see in fish.

The life cycle for a tapeworm is similar. Mammals or birds eat infected fish. The eggs hatch in freshwater. Crustaceans eat the eggs, freshwater and anadromous fish eat the crustaceans, and we eat the fish. http://seafood.ucdavis.edu/Pubs/parasite.htm

          
 Larvae from a Grouper Fish. Although these parasites are viewable to the eye, most are not.

 

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