“When attending to a sick animal, a veterinary surgeon will often facilitate the healing process by starting with a de-worming (anti-parasite) program. Ironically, that’s usually the very last consideration in human healing.” – Marna Coetzee
Listen to your body. If you have flu-like symptoms for too long, you might have a problem.
When attending to a sick animal, a veterinary surgeon will often facilitate the healing process by starting with a deworming (anti-parasite) program. Ironically, that’s usually the very last consideration in human healing.
So let’s talk about it.
what is a parasite?
A parasite is an organism that lives off another organism.
What do parasites do?
Parasites living inside the human body will feed off our cells, our energy, the food we eat, and even the supplements we take.
How do I get parasites?
It’s very simple if someone with worms does not wash their hands and you touch something they have contaminated, the chances are good that you have worms too.
Worms are mainly spread in small bits of poo from people with a worm infection. Some are caught in the food we eat.
There are over 3000 varieties of parasites. They include common ones like microscopic viruses, bacteria, moulds, fungi, protozoa, fluke, and worms.
What does having parasites feel like?
When parasites invade our bodies, many of the diseases we develop can merely be the symptoms of infestations. They can mimic other disorders and or produce no noticeable symptoms.
Symptoms can be little things like post-nasal drip, headaches, backaches, digestive complaints, sugar cravings, and persistent skin problems. The list goes on.