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Saturday, October 24, 2009


The warning signs a parasitic infection:
*Gas and bloating
*Joint and muscle pains
* Allergies
*Skin conditions
* Sleep Disturbances
*Teeth grinding
*Chronic Fatigue
*Immune disfunction

Summing it up, basically parasites create damage to the host's body in six ways:
1) They destroy cells in the body faster than cells can be regenerated, thereby creating an imbalance that results in ulceration, perforation or anemia.

2) They produce toxic substances that are harmful to the body. In cases of chronic infection, the bodys immune response can be pushed into overdrive, producing elevated levels of eosinophils. Eosionophils are specialized white cells that normally combat any microscopic pathogen, but when their level is elevated, they themselves can cause tissue damage that results in pain and inflammation.

3)The presence of parasites irritates the tissues of the body, inducing an inflammatory reaction on the part of the host.

4) Some parasites invade the body by penetrating the skin, producing dermatitis also causing damage to the intestinal lining and wall.

5)The size and weight of the parasitic cysts, particularly if they are located in the brain, spinal cord,eye, heart,or bones, produces pressure effects on these organs. Obstruction can occure as a result of this pressure.

6) The presence of parasites depresses the immune system functioning while activating the the immune response. THIS CAN EVENTUALLY LEAD TO IMMUNE EXHAUSTION. ( this is what millions of unsuspecting humans are experiencing and don't know why)

Not every case of ill health can be blamed on parasites. But if symptoms persist and reoccur at regular intervals after you've been treated for some other diagnosed ailment, than parasites should be suspected. Please consult an experiences health care provider that is literate about parasites and also consider, GREAT SMOKIES DIAGNOSTICS 1-800-522-4762 for a comprehensive stool analysis and parasite panel.

Please get the book GUESS WHAT CAME TO DINNER? PARASITE AND YOUR HEALTH, by Ann Louise Giddleman and read it cover to cover.