Parasite Cleansing generally involves a program of herbal nutrition and other procedures to rid the body of unwanted parasites. A parasite cleanse process is simple, painless, and usually has few or no side-effects. A parasite cleanse also prepares the bowel and makes it more receptive to absorbing other herbs.
Parasites are not always visible in bowel movements. Anyone who eats meat or dairy products, drinks city or well water, or is exposed to toxins in the environment is at risk for parasites. Travel to foreign countries also increases risk.
Important note: Antibiotic use kills both the good and the bad bacteria indiscriminately upsetting the natural ecology of the gastrointestinal tract, setting the stage for parasite and other infections.
Various stages are generally employed during a cleanse, for example:
When parasites are present, avoid foods that stimulate parasite growth, such as wheat and other gluten-containing grains like barley, oats, rye, spelt, amaranth, millet and Kamut. Dairy products, eggs, artificial sweeteners and additives, alcohol, caffeine, sugar, soft drinks, unfiltered tap water and peanuts, cashews and their products also feed parasite growth.
Instead, try to eat foods less likely to encourage parasite growth. Foods high in carotene, like sweet potatoes, carrots, spinach, cantaloupe, kale and squash are recommended. Also recommended are rice products, high vitamin-C and antioxidant rich foods such as citrus fruits, broccoli, strawberries, melons and Brussels sprouts. Buckwheat and all fresh and dried fruits are good, and soy, rice or almond milk are excellent alternatives to dairy products. Cabbage is the only salad green that never harbors parasites which infest humans.
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