Intestinal parasites are more common than you may think. and…We’re ALL at risk for contracting them, even if you live and work in a clean environment and shower everyday. We’re especially at risk if we’ve ever eaten sushi and/or are pet owners. Pretty much all of us right?
Be sure to do a NATURAL parasitic detox at least twice a year. My suggestion is PARAHERB as seen in the image below. Intestinal parasites become ‘storage houses’ for toxins in the body which then continue to wreak havoc on our health rather than being eliminated. There are several parasites in the environment and when they get into our body, our health can be affected. Some parasites enter the body by way of contaminated food or water and some live on the skin and the hair.
One way to become infected with intestinal worms is eating undercooked meat from an infected animal, such as a cow, pig, or fish. Other possible causes leading to intestinal worm infection include:
Roundworms are typically transmitted through contact with contaminated soil and feces.
Once you’ve consumed the contaminated substance, the parasite travels into your intestine. Then they reproduce and grow in the intestine. Once they reproduce and become larger in amount and size, symptoms may appear.
Common symptoms of intestinal worms are:
A person with intestinal worms may also experience dysentery. Dysentery is when an intestinal infection causes diarrhea with blood and mucus in the stool. Intestinal worms can also cause a rash or itching around the rectum or vulva. In some cases, you will pass a worm in your stool during a bowel movement.
Some people may have intestinal worms for years without experiencing any symptoms.
Chantal Du Chenne. The Health Coach@the DripBar.
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