Are PARASITES making you sick?

By | 2017-09-20T10:11:46+00:00 June 21st, 2016|Digestion, Health|0 Comments

The more I study the gut, the more I see the answers to so many of your health problems.

Think of your gut as a rainforest. It has an intricate ecosystem that has to have all the right conditions in place in order for all the living creatures in which it houses to survive.

Well unfortunately just like our climate is changing destroying our rainforests, the food you are eating are destroying the ecosystem of your gut.

And it’s not your fault.

Harmful chemicals are everywhere. And you are eating them, ruining your gut’s delicate ecosystem. Chemicals such as glyphosate are now sprayed on our foods and is in our groundwater and air. These chemicals have created an environment in your gut where nasty bugs, fungus, and parasites can find a comfortable home to live.

And these critters are the reason why so many of you don’t feel well.

The health of your gut is complicated. I want to simplify it for you.

Today let’s talk about parasites. Because many of you have a parasite and don’t know it. In fact, according to the CDC millions of Americans develop parasitic infections, but symptoms go unnoticed or are misdiagnosed.

So how would you know if you have a parasite?

Well the symptoms I most commonly see in my office that makes me think a patient has a parasite are:

  • Autoimmune conditions
  • Trouble losing weight
  • Skin ailments such as hives, rashes, weeping eczema, itchy dermatitis, acne, ulcers, sores, lesions, etc.
  • Chronic low back pain
  • Mood disorders: depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, very irritable
  • Strong cravings for processed foods and sugary foods
  • Anemia or iron deficiency- worms can create enough blood loss to cause anemia or iron deficiency
  • Recurring yeast infections like Candida
  • Bleeding gums
  • Headaches
  • Restlessness or anxiety
  • Nervousness, as waste products from parasites irritate the nervous system
  • Teeth grinding and drooling during sleep
  • Food allergies/food sensitivities
  • Loss of appetite
  • Sexual dysfunction in men/menstrual cycle problems in women
  • Chronic fatigue/constantly tired
  • Craving foods you KNOW are bad for you
  • Persistent digestive problems (cramps, bloating, gas, etc.)
  • Hungry all the time
  • Sore/stiff joints
  • Breathing problems
  • Itching – especially around mouth, nose and anus
  • Memory problems

Many of my patients who have parasites have tried many cures for the above symptoms, but still have no relief. That’s another clue that a parasite is hanging around.

One of the interesting things about parasite is that they are cyclical. They often show up for sometime and then go away. This makes them difficult to identify and to kill.

We have two different parasite purges we have been using with patients that are getting great results. So if you suspect you have a parasite reach out to Jessica@familylifewellness.com and she will tell you how our parasite purges works.

You may be wondering how the heck would I get a parasite?

Well you no longer have to travel far distances to get one. The parasites have come to us. In fact, Parasites are everywhere: doorknobs, keyboards, restrooms, shopping carts, fingernails, water, air, food, pets, the floor, etc.

In order to keep ourselves from being affected by them, we must keep our gut in tip-top shape.   Once a parasite is inside of you, they multiply like crazy. For example, roundworms can lay 300,000 eggs in one day! Tapeworms can grow to be 30 feet long. Single-celled amoebas can actually eat the brain.

This is why I am strongly recommending that even if you don’t the above symptoms, you do a parasite cleanse one time a year.

Because parasites are starting to effect so many people, I will be doing a FB live on this topic over the coming weeks. This is a subject more people need to know about. So stay tuned!

Email me at drmindypelz@gmail.com if you have any questions. I know this can be a scary and confusing topic, know that we are here to help simplify it for you.

Have an awesome day!

Dr. Mindy

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