Do You Have Worms Living Inside of You? ~ Kevin W. Reese
People ask me all the time, “Do I really get parasites inside of me?”
Yes! Of course you do. And don’t forget about the fungus!
Look, it’s just nature at work. If you took food and left it in a can outside, what would you find when you came back to look at it two weeks later? Now imagine doing it in a warm climate…you know, like your stomach!
Fungus and worms feed off of “leftover” food, specifically protein, starches, and artificial foods.
Why these foods? Because they do NOT digest properly in the human body and leave remains behind in your gut. This causes processes called fermentation and putrefaction which bring forth little living creatures that need to eat, too!
Besides the wastes left behind from protein, starches, and artificial foods, parasites can also come from doorknobs, shopping carts, public places, pets… even shaking someone’s hand can transfer half a million organisms.
These worms get inside of you and slowly eat away at you. And like all living beings, they have bowel movements and breed babies!
That said, these worms release toxic waste into your system and can release millions of eggs per day depending on their type.
Parasites are the secret cause to many medical problems. This is a MAJOR reason why detoxing on a yearly basis is necessary!
Some Parasite Symptoms:
Candida or Yeast Infections
Chronic Viral Infections
Chronic Joint Pain
Burning Sensation in the Stomach
Menstrual Cycle Problems in Females
Some Different Kinds of Parasites:
Roundworms can lay 200,000 eggs a day ! Over a million people are infected. Large numbers can cause blockages in the intestinal tract, hemorrhage (bleeding) when penetrating the intestinal wall, abscesses in the liver, hemorrhagic pancreatitis, loss of appetite, and insufficient absorption of digested foods. Adults grow to 15 inches long.
Hookworm larvae penetrate the skin. When hookworms reach adulthood, they can sap the victim’s strength, vitality and overall well-being. Young worms use their teeth to burrow through the intestinal wall and feed on your blood.
Pinworms infect one in five children. Female worms crawl out of the anus and lay about 15,000 eggs per day. Once airborne, the eggs can survive about two days anywhere in your living environment. Worldwide, about 500 million are infected with pinworms. The worm is white and can grow to about half inch in length.
Whipworm infections are estimated at several hundred million worldwide. Hemorrhage can occur when worms penetrate the intestinal wall and bacterial infections usually follow. 1 to 2 inches length.
Tapeworms may grow to 35 feet long and live ten years inside the person’s intestines. Some tapeworms can lay as many as one million eggs per day. Their bodies are in separate segments with hooks and suction cups on their skull.
Flukes; Flatworms- found in bladder, blood, liver, lung, kidney and intestines. Human infections of flukes are in excess of 250 million worldwide. Size varies from 1 to 2.5 centimeters in length (1/2 to 3 inches long).
So What Do You Do!?
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