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Parasites: What we are eating
or what's eating us?

Parasites are much more widespread than the average person realizes. We know that they are a problem in underdeveloped countries, and we know that they are a problem among animals in the U.S., but we generally don't stop to think that this could also be a problem for many people in our society.

We don't see parasites, our doctors don't talk about parasites, and the news media don't do stories on parasites, so we tend to assume that it's just not an issue for us. Yet scientists who have studied the matter tell us that it's likely that 85% of Americans have at least SOME infestation of parasites, to varying degrees and with varying consequences.

Parasites can enter our bodies in a variety of ways. As they are widespread in the animal kingdom, a common source is meat products (in one cubic inch of USDA beef there are over 1,000 parasite larvae)that have been cooked or stored improperly. (Remember that this also includes everything from cold cuts to restaurant food that you don't personally
cook.)

Even raw fruits and vegetables, which are so important to good health, CAN contain parasites that will enter our bodies if the food isn't well-rinsed before we eat it. Other food products can also contain parasites or their eggs. And there are even non-food ways in which these unwelcome creatures can get inside of us.

Parasites can do a great deal of damage, and what makes them perhaps even more dangerous is the fact that this damage is usually so subtle and gradual that we don't stop to look for a cause of the symptoms. We feel a general malaise, a sluggishness, a lack of clear thinking, maybe some general chronic stomach and intestinal discomfort, but we learn to live with it, get used to it, and just assume that it's our lot in life to feel this way. All along, parasites may be playing a significant role in this condition!

Parasites CAN be eliminated, though keeping them away generally requires an ongoing effort. First, eating foods high in fiber and drinking adequate amounts of water will help to keep fecal matter moving, and make parasites less likely to hang around. Secondly, there are certain herbs and other nutrients which have been used with great results in this area, some for centuries; we'll discuss those in a later article.

Third, one of the best ways to make parasites unwelcome in your body is to cleanse the colon. A well-oxygenated environment is a great enemy of parasites, and the PoopDoc Formula is superb at providing this environment, allowing our bodies to flush out parasites as well as other unwanted and unhealthful matter in our intestinal tracts.

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