YOU MAY HAVE
PARASITES OR TAPEWORMS INSIDE YOU THAT CAME FROM CONTAMINATED OR
UNDERCOOKED MEAT YOU ATE 10-20 YEARS AGO. AND, THEY ARE PROBABLY
STILL ALIVE AND YOUR BODY IS PROBABLY STILL FEEDING THEM!
The Human body is one of the places where
parasites breed. They can invade all parts of the body, even the
brain. They eat the calcium linings of the bone, the protein
coating on the nerves, the tissues in the colon--even block the
colon-mainly where the eggs are hatched. If the colon is not
kept clean, the eggs will continue to hatch because of the
They eat the nutrients from your food and you
get the leftovers! They destroy cells in the body faster
than cells can be regenerated. They can produce toxins in
the body and even exhaust the immune system. They lay Thousands
of eggs every few minutes. If they are continually shoveled in
with the foods you eat, they keep multiplying, and if not
eliminated from the body, they can eventually destroy vital
tissues and organism and even cause death. They are
said to have the ability to mimic vital organs in our bodies so
that not even doctors can detect them.
Parasites your problem? Most likely if ....
You have traveled to a foreign country, been
overseas in the military, have intestinal problems, unexplained
fevers or night sweats,
You frequently use tap water for drinking or
cooking, Symptoms of constipation, diarrhea, muscles aches and
pains unexplained eye soreness.
You eat unwashed fruit, eat at salad and
sushi bars, undercooked meats, raw meat dishes, eat pork or
beef, have symptoms of weight loss, anemia, bloating, and most
notably the distended abdomen.
You have pets, work in a Zoo, garden,
day-care, or sanitation dept, engage in unsafe sexual practices.
When parasites are eliminated from the body You
may find that less food satisfies you, because you, and not the worms
are getting the nourishments. Your memory becomes sharper and you
feel and look better. You tend to experience a surge in energy and
vitality. Most notably, if you suffer from diseases, the illness
may begin to disappear from your body altogether.
Are You Clear of Parasites?
by Dr. Ross Anderson
I believe, the single most undiagnosed health
challenge in the history of the human race is parasites. I realize
that is a pretty brave statement, but it is based on my 20 years of
experience with more than 20,000 patients. In order to substantiate my
belief, I'd like to present you with some facts. I'm sure that by the
time you're finished reading this document, you'll be convinced of the
parasite challenge and of the need for a fail-safe
natural parasitic cleansing method.
The signs of parasites in the
ears, nose, anus
than normal, still feel hungry
the back, thighs, shoulders
sensation in the stomach
problems with menstrual cycle
during the day
teeth while asleep
ringing in the ear
difficulty in breathing
dark circles under the eye
Everybody is sick
In North America today, almost everybody is ill. If
you look at your family, friends, and co-workers, and question them very
carefully (because so many people deny there is anything wrong with
them), you will find that virtually everybody has a health challenge,
many of which are significant. How many of the people you know over
the age of 45 are on blood pressure medication or medication of some
sort, to balance their blood sugar - perhaps even on insulin? How
many people do you know in their 20's and 30's, who are suffering from
chronic fatigue, and many of them may not even know it because they
think they are normal? They think it's normal to have to go to bed at
8:30 p.m. every night, and it's normal to sleep until 1:00 p.m. in the
afternoon on Saturday, just to get through the weekend. How many
people do you know in their 40's and have recently died of cancer?
It's hard to imagine a situation that has reached
this kind of degraded health potential in what we call the age of
technology, a time when we are supposed to have all the tools necessary
to stay healthy. In reality, the health of the North American population
is deteriorating. We may be living longer, but we are not living
healthier, and the quality of life for the average North American over
the age of 45 has decreased significantly in the last 10 years.
So how has the situation gotten to this point? Well,
there are many factors involved, but one of the most significant is the
existence of parasites in the human body. Parasites do not only occur in
the Third World countries. They are in every country of the world.
The Parasite Menace
What exactly is a parasite? A parasite is an organism
that lives off the host, the host being you. The parasite lives a
parallel life inside our bodies, feeding off either our own energy, our
own cells or the food we eat, or even feeding off the health supplements
we use. In recent medical studies, it has been estimated that
85% of the North American adult population has at least one form of
parasite living in their bodies. Some authorities feel this
figure may be as high as 95%.
The immediate question that comes to mind when people
are informed of this situation is: How can a parasite possibly live in
my body and I don't even know it is there? The answer to this is simple.
The purpose of a parasite is to not make itself known. A smart parasite
lives without being detected because if it is detected, of course,
something is going to be done to eradicate it. If you think parasites
are stupid, think again. They are highly intelligent organisms, not
intelligent in the same way humans are, but they are intelligent in
their ability to survive and reproduce, which is of course, the purpose
of any organism on this planet. It sounds pretty simple, doesn't it? And
in ways it is, but, it can make life for humans very complicated.
So how can a parasite exist in the body without
making its presence known? If you know how to read the body and how to
interpret its signals, then the presence of a parasite can be determined
quite easily. However, if you accept that it is normal to have low
energy levels, health challenges, skin rashes, pains, frequent colds,
flu and constipation (the list is endless for the things parasites will
cause), then you may never question whether you have parasites.
In the book, "Animals Parasitic in Man." by Geoffrey
Lapage, he states : "There is no part of the human body, nor indeed, any
part of the bodies of the hosts of parasitic animals in general, which
is not visited by some kind of parasitic animal at some time or another,
during their life histories." This means parasites can occur anywhere in
your body. No organ is immune from their infestation.
Parasites: Hard To Detect and Hard
To Get Rid Of!
If you were tested by a doctor for parasites, chances
are the results would come back negative. Does this mean you do not have
parasites? Unfortunately, medical testing procedures only catch about
20% of the actual cases of parasites. There are over a 1,000 species
of parasites that can live in your body; tests are available for
only approximately 40 to 50 types. This means doctors are only testing
for about 5% of the parasites and missing 80% of those. This brings the
ability to clinically find parasites down to 1%. Now, if I had a
1% chance of winning in the stock market, I don't think I would invest!
Once you've established that you do have parasites,
taking drugs to get rid of them may not always work. This is because a
drug will often drive a parasite from one organ of the body to another.
It's like people moving to better climates to make their living
conditions more pleasant, or birds flying south for the winter. The
book, "Medical Parasitology," by Markell and Voge, points out that
therapy to remove entire tapeworms from the small intestine is only
successful if the whole worm is expelled. If the head remains, the
entire worm will grow back.
Parasites Eat Human Bodies
How, then, do you determine if you have parasites? In
order to understand how this is determined, you have to understand what
a parasite does. A parasite eats, lays eggs and secretes. Sounds
pretty simple, doesn't it? First let's look at the "eats" part.
Depending on the kind, parasites will eat different things. Some
parasites love sugar, for instance. If you are a person who craves
sugar, you may have a sugar loving parasite. In fact, parasites are
known to be one of the causes of diabetic tendencies and blood sugar
discrepancies. These parasites live off the food that goes into
your body. They exist mainly in the digestive tract, but can be
found in the liver, as well as throughout the body.
Other parasites actually get their nutrition directly
from the cells of the body. They can literally attach themselves
anywhere and suck nutrition out of the cells. These parasites are
significantly more dangerous because they can travel to places in the
body where they can do a lot more damage than a parasite living
exclusively in the digestive tract.
As if it wasn't bad enough to have an uninvited guest
living in your body, the parasites eat your nutrients before you do!
They get the best nutrients, and you get the scraps and leftovers. They
grow healthy and fat, yet your organs and skin starve for nutrition.
What's more, parasites can remain in your body for 10, 20, or even 30
To illustrate the longevity of parasites in the human
body, consider this example. In 1979, a British study reported on 600
former prisoners from World War II. These men had been stationed in the
Far East. Thirty years after the war, 15% were still infected with a
parasite called Strongyloides that they had contracted during the war.
This means you could have eaten meat 10 years ago that was
contaminated and still be hosting the tapeworms or other types of
parasites that were in that meat.
Parasites Reproduce Quickly
Let's now look at the way parasites reproduce. First
of all, we need to understand that there are two major categories of
parasites: Large parasites, which are primarily worms and small
parasites, which are mainly microscopic in size, including what are
called protozoa and amoebae. Despite their almost invisibility, small
parasites can be dangerous. Microscopic parasites can get into your
joints and eat the calcium linings of your bones. This can lead to
arthritic tendencies. They can also eat the protein coating on your
nerves (the myelin sheath) and this can cause a disruption in the nerve
signal from the brain. One type of tiny parasite which infects the colon
is called Entamoeba Histolytica. This type of infection can also be
found in the liver, the lungs, and the brain. The disease is called
amebiasis, and is often transmitted via contaminated food or water.
Large parasites, which are the worm type, are usually
large enough to be seen by the naked eye. Some can be up to 10, 12 or
even 15 inches long and in most cases cannot travel to other parts of
the body, other than the digestive tract. Although, in tropical
countries there are cases of worms actually burrowing out of the
digestive tract into blood vessels and muscles of the body, where they
can do significantly more damage. This is incredibly rare in North
America. It never ceases to amaze me, when I hear about an adult passing
a worm in total amazement, that they could have had such a creature
living inside of their body for possibly years.
The smaller organisms, the protozoa and amoebae, can
function almost like bacteria by traveling through the bloodstream to
virtually any part of the body. They reproduce without laying eggs and
behave more like an infection in the body than do the larger parasites.
The larger parasites are worms which reproduce by
laying eggs. Eggs are deposited in the anal tract, where they stick to
the walls of the intestines. When the eggs hatch, the young feed on the
food that we eat and eventually grow into adults. The adults then repeat
the process. The smaller parasites reproduce without the process of
laying eggs. They reproduce by duplicating themselves in a manner
similar to bacteria or viral reproduction.
The third thing that parasites do is secrete. All
organisms secrete something, whether it be lubricants, waste materials,
protective liquids for warding off viruses, bacteria and other harmful
organisms, or secretions to help attract food. No matter what the
secretion is - the secretion can be a toxin of the host organism. Simply
put, the secretions from parasites in our bodies are poisons and toxins
that our bodies are forced to deal with by increasing the process of
Anyone who has experienced food poisoning or
dysentery will tell you how debilitating these toxins can be. Once on
vacation in Mexico, I lost 12 pounds in 12 hours. I could not walk and
was totally delirious. Within two days of the parasite leaving my body,
I was back to my regular weight and feeling perfectly normal. This of
course, is an extreme case of a very high level of toxins from an acute
On the other end, a chronic parasitic infection
secreting low levels of toxins can create an extremely stressed immune
system which may allow varied health challenges to develop. When the
immune system is stressed over a long period of time it, of course,
becomes weak. When the immune system becomes weakened, our bodies become
susceptible to infections of other kinds. This can be an extremely
dangerous situation in this day and age because we are exposed to more
viruses than ever before. Also, they are changing and adapting at a
very fast rate as are the bacteria, many of which are now resistant to
antibiotics and other artificial measures that are used to combat
A healthy immune system is one of the primary sources
of energy in the human body. People with a weakened immune system tend
to feel tired all the time - some people refer to this as Chronic
Fatigue Syndrome. If this sounds like you or someone you know, you may
want to seriously consider the possibility of a depleted immune system
caused by chronic parasitic infection.
Parasites Create Toxic Overload
If parasites secrete toxins into our bodies that the
bodies have to neutralize, and we happen to be one of those people who
drinks alcohol, smokes cigarettes, eats junk food and breathes polluted
air, the extra stress and strain on the body's cleansing system can be
enough to push the body into what we call toxic overload. Toxic overload
occurs when the four cleansing systems of the body have been pushed too
far by an overload of toxins in the body. Parasite toxins in the body
are one more thing a toxic body does not need. There are four cleansing
systems of the body: the lungs, kidneys, skin and bowel. With toxic
bowel syndrome, the excess of toxins absorbed from a clogged bowel goes
to the liver.
The liver is then overburdened, eventually unable to
cope with the toxic load and the toxins start to spill into the
bloodstream. Once this happens, the kidneys, lungs and skin have to take
over the job of cleansing and they too become challenged in their
ability to remain healthy. So you see, parasites can be one of the most
damaging health factors threatening the world today.
Many Types of Worms: Many Types Of
The following are some descriptions of just a few
worms that can get into your body and cause disease and toxicity.
"The Essentials of Medical Parasitology" by Thomas J.
Brooks, says, "The
tapeworms are among the oldest parasites of the human race. Indeed,
some species have become so well adapted to live in the human intestine
that the host (man) may be entirely asymptomatic." This means you may
have a tapeworm and not appear to have any symptoms.
The fish tapeworm is the largest of the human
tapeworms, reaching the length of 33 feet or more. There can be 3,000 to
4,000 segments in one worm. It can produce more than 1,000,000 eggs a
day. This type of infestation can case anemia because of interference
with vitamin B12, says Dr. Brooks in his book. Also, the weight
challenges of some people can be directly attributed to tapeworms. This
is especially true of weight loss programs that don't work. The person
may be hosting a tapeworm which is eating all the food and making the
person constantly hungry. Tapeworms can also cause water retention.
Besides tapeworms from beef, pork and fish, there is
also a type of dog tapeworm you can get when dogs lick your face or
hands. Pinworms are very infectious and can cause a lot of itchiness in
the anal area. "The worms deposit their eggs mostly at night,
contaminating pajamas and bed linen," writes Dr. Brook. "The eggs are
readily transported through the air, and it is not uncommon to find them
in every room of the house... complications are much more common in
women than in men." Pinworms can also be found in the vulva, uterus and
fallopian tubes because the female worm loses her way while trying to
return to the anus after depositing her eggs.
Another type of
can be present in humans is whipworms. These insidious creatures
actually inject a digestive fluid which converts the colon tissue into
liquid which the worms suck up. Dr. Norman Stoll, a former worm expert
at the Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, estimated that the
roundworm infects about 644 million people in the world. This was in the
1940's and there are no doubt a lot more people infected with roundworm
now! Dr. Brooks believes nutritional deficiencies are seen in heavy
Hookworms bite and suck on the intestinal wall, which can cause
bleeding and necrosis (death of the tissue). In severe infections, iron
deficiency becomes a therapeutic problem because of all the iron that is
lost to the hookworm. Dr. Brooks says that, "hemoglobin levels as low as
15% of normal have been seen in patients with severe, long-standing
hookworm disease. One species of hookworm in America is called "Necator
Americanus," which means, "American Murderer."
How Do We Get Parasites?
So how do we get parasites? Well, let's have a
careful look at this. If 85% to 90% of the adult population have
parasites, and the parasites' goal in life is to live and reproduce,
then the parasite needs to find a new place to live when its host
perhaps isn't going to be around anymore. As I mentioned earlier,
parasites are not stupid, and their sole goal in life is to live and
reproduce at our expense.
Here is a list of ways parasites can get into your
body: shaking hands, sharing someone else's soda can, kissing (even on
the cheek), intimate sexual contact, and believe it or not, you can get
parasites by inhaling dust which contains the dried form of these
organisms. You can get parasites from the water of any of thousands of
lakes, rivers, streams and creeks in North America. Giardia Lambia,
which causes Giardia, is very common, for example.
You can get parasites from eating meat. Do
you really think government inspectors are able to inspect every
animal that goes to the slaughterhouse? Another source of
parasites is salads. Dr. Brooks estimates that the overall
incidence of E. Histolytica. in the United States is between
3.9% and 10%. The distressing thing about parasites is that if
you get rid of them, you can easily be reinfected. Married
couples tend to have them together, and if one person is treated
for the parasitic infection, they are often reinfected. by their
spouse. It is extremely important that both be treated at the
same time, and in many cases, the children should be treated
along with their parents. A patient once said to me, "If
parasites are so easy to catch, then why doesn't everyone have
them?" The funny thing is, almost everybody does.
How Do I get rid of parasites?
Now, let's start with body cleansing. Body
cleansing is extremely important part of every prevention and
curing program. You are guessing: "Dietary changes you made are
also a form of cleansing." But, most people need more than this,
especially when it comes to liver health. Body Cleansing is even
important for children. Our internal organs can hold a lot
toxins, and sometimes, it is impossible to get those toxins out,
without doing cleansing. Our liver can contain hundreds of
intrahepatic stones. Those stones will block bile flow, and
affect the bases of your health, your digestion. Another problem
are parasites. You must learn as much as possible about
You are suppose to do cleansing in this order:
Bowel cleanse with Parasite cleanse (herbal program)
Dental cleanup (if you can afford it)
Cleansing the body
The stomach, intestines and the bowels are the major
areas of concentration. These are the main breeding grounds for
parasites. Ninety percent of all cancers and ailments have parasites.
Parasites eat the living cells, pass waste and contaminate the cells
around it. These parasites breed and multiply in your intestines, bowels
and colonic areas. They come from the food that ferments, creating a
great deal of gas and
acid in the stomach. These are the same parasites that breed,
multiply and contaminate the entire body. Anywhere the blood goes, these
parasites can go. That's why cancer can spread to any part of the body.
When cancer cells find an area to lodge, they breed and multiply and
contaminate the entire area, then spread to other parts.
Cut them off in the stomach, intestines and the bowels and you will cut
down the population.