“Everyrthing has been
figured out, except how to live”
Jean-Paul Sartre

Yes, we all have parasites. It’s practically impossible to not come in contact with them; they are in just about everything, from food to carpet. However, having parasites does not necessarily mean they are negatively affecting you. Parasites will always exist; they are part of the cycle of life. Even healthy individuals have them, the difference is that they are not doing harm; instead, they are doing their job.

What we do not want is an infection of parasites. In order to keep them at bay, we must stay clean inside. They love garbage – garbage food, thoughts and emotions. They live off decay. I recommend everyone do a parasite cleanse once or twice a year. Parasites are everywhere: doorknobs, keyboards, restrooms, shopping carts, fingernails, water, air, food, pets, the floor, etc. In order to keep ourselves from being affected by them, we must stay in tip-top shape — because once they are inside of you, they multiply like crazy. For example, roundworms can lay 300,000 eggs in one day! Tapeworms can grow to be 30 feet long. Single-celled amoebas can actually eat the brain. No one is totally immune, not even the healthiest people alive. We can, however, keep our bodies in very good condition, which is a non-ideal environment for them.

Parasites are after all,
the garbage men of our bodies and life.

So many people get parasites in the US. We know from a number of studies that in some countries parasites affect up to 99% of the population. The problem in the United States is obviously a little bit less, but it is growing rapidly. In the US, because we have grown up with modern sanitation, we assume that parasites are only encountered in other parts of the world. But as one expert has written “…the United States citizen can acquire parasites without as much as a passport application.”

Parasites are very tricky. Some worms have the ability to fool the body into thinking they are normal part of the tissue or organ, stopping the immune system from fighting them off. Once these invaders are established in our bodies, they can literally eat holes through organs. Remember, they are living off of you. If you stop feeding them, they could start eating your organs, instead!

Worm infections can cause physical trauma by perforating the intestines (such in the case of leaky gut), the circulatory system, the lungs, and the liver. They can create major nutrient deficiencies and digestive problems, as they rob us of our vital vitamin and mineral nutrients and amino acids needed for digestion. This can cause anemia or cause people to become drowsy after eating. Overall, they depress the immune system by making us toxic. They literally poop toxic waste into the body. A weakened immune system and toxic body leads to further degeneration, fatigue and illness. They can age us rapidly, as well, considering that they destroy cells faster than cells can be regenerated. There really isn’t anything a parasite can’t do in terms of destroying our health; they are after all, the garbage men of our bodies and life.

In this program you’ll learn about:

  • What kind of parasites and what they do

  • What conditions to acquire parasites in your gut and body

  • What are red flags indicating about a parasite

  • 8 steps that naturally prevent and improve your parasites