5 Signs You Have Gut Parasites and How to Get Rid of Them

Looking for the top warning signs of toxic parasites in your body and what to do about it? Uncover 5 signs you have gut parasites and how to get rid of them. 

Experts estimate that up to 80% of us have unfriendly parasites living primarily in our guts. And you don’t have to travel to an exotic country to get parasites. Many folks pick up parasites close to home.

While we accept that our pets can have parasites, humans can also develop problem parasites. (Also, our furry friends can actually be a source of worms in humans!)

Based on 20 years of research and successful detox experience, doing a complete and effective parasite cleanse can be life-changing and is easy to accomplish...when you know the best approach.  

The key is performing a complete parasite detox cleanse to flush parasites, restore internal balance, rebuild your body and protect from future parasitic infections.  

Common Parasites in Humans

Types of parasites found in humans include roundworms, protozoa (one-cell parasites), flukes and tapeworms. Before you start imagining huge worms crawling in your body, keep in mind it is estimated that 70 percent of all human parasites are microscopic. However, even though parasites cannot be seen with the naked eye, parasites can still cause a host of issues.

People are becoming more aware of the dangers of parasitic infections. In fact, prominent sources such as Medscape and Healthline note that intestinal parasite infections are on the rise and are an area of concern. 

Top 5 Warning Signs of Gut Parasites

While parasite symptoms can vary, here are some of the top 5 signs to look for:

Sign #1: The Parasite and Weight Gain Connection

If you are trying to lose weight, you’ll be interested to know that there is a strong correlation between stubborn weight gain and parasites.

Keep in mind parasites affect gut health by causing chronic inflammation and digestive issues.

Also, most of the time a parasitic infection is not even considered when addressing belly weight and belly heaviness.

Thus, parasites may be something that you’ve never even considered as a contributor to your weight issues.

Imagine if parasites is the primary issue driving your weight gain?!

Do you have problems with constipation, nausea, diarrhea and gas or feeling symptoms that are similar to irritable bowel syndrome? This is often the experience with parasites…the symptoms feel a tad vague, but are dominated by nagging stomach and digestive issues.

It’s also really interesting that there is such an emphasis on pets and parasites in the United States, but rather limited attention to how parasites affect humans.

However, European and Native American cultures often focus on powerful parasite cleansing to help people feel and look better.

In fact, you’ll find parasite cleansing specifically for weight loss at prominent and expensive European spas.

The good new is that you can fight parasites with these easy natural parasite-fighting methods that have a long track record of success.

Sign #2: Decreased Energy and Dull Appearance

When you have problem parasites, you may also notice drab skin and hair…as if it’s not being nourished from within.

Parasite cleansing for a more youthful appearance can produce a stunning decrease in wrinkles and age spots and brighter, healthier hair and skin.

Also, parasites can really hijack your energy and leave you feeling tired for no good reason! Remember that parasites use their hosts to grow and thrive, thus gut parasites can really make you feel tired and drained. 

Sign #3: Creepy Worm Crawling

Pinworms, whipworms, seatworms and threadworms are common parasites that live in the intestines and rectal area. These types of worms begin as larva in the small intestine and move to the large intestine to mate.

When the females are ready to lay eggs, they crawl out and deposit thousands of eggs around the anus in order to continue to thrive and multiply.

While this might sound like something out of a science fiction novel, it is absolutely true and how these creepy worms use human hosts to thrive.

Since worm parasites live in our intestines, they often affect gut health and cause chronic inflammation, bloating, indigestion, nervousness and brain fog. 

People struggling with worms often experience rectal/anus/vagina itching, skin rash and/or crawling skin and stubborn belly weight. In fact, many suffer for years and never know that their chronic itchiness and bloating is caused by worms. 

While you might imagine huge worms crawling in your body, these destructive intestinal worms are mostly tiny and hard to see with the naked eye. 

Use these proven natural methods to get rid of worms hiding in your body

Sign #4: Sugar/Carb Addiction and Unnatural Food Cravings

Have you ever felt like food cravings are driving your life? Almost like you are eating to feed something inside your body that feels almost beyond your control? Since parasites manipulate human hosts, these invaders drive unnatural and destructive food cravings.

Sugar/Carbs – Research shows that parasites use sugar as fuel and to distract the host's immune system so that they can go undetected. These intense sugar/carb cravings can lead to weight issues, blood sugar imbalances and malnutrition because your food is feeding parasites.

Unfortunately, processed foods are common and sugar is even hidden in dinner foods where you least expect it. If you love sugary foods and drinks and carbs, parasites might be driving these cravings. 

Tomatoes - Protozoa is a destructive parasite known for an array of symptoms including digestive issues, headaches, acne, allergies, rashes, arthritis, cramps, mood swings, fogginess and increased weight gain in the upper abdomen.

Protozoa parasites have an affinity toward nightshade plants like tomatoes. If you are craving tomato based foods, this might be an indication you have a protozoa infection.

Potatoes -  (not sweet potatoes) are another nightshade plant you might crave if you are struggling with protozoa. If you are reading this and thinking you love sugar, carbs, tomatoes and/or potatoes, this is a good indication that you can benefit from a parasite cleanse.

Sign #5: Parasite Activity During Full Moon

It is a scientific fact that during a full moon we naturally produce less melatonin and more serotonin, which makes parasites in our body more active.

Therefore, if you are struggling with parasites you may notice that you feel more anxious, bloated, tired, emotional, stressed and/or depressed during the full moon.

Especially look for negative mood changes and excess bloating that seems to come around once a month. 

Women may mistake full moon parasite infection symptoms as monthly menstrual symptoms. Consider tracking the full moon cycle to see if there is a connection.

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