More On Parasites
Some parasites can coat the inside lining of the small intestine and prevent the lining from absorbing nutrients in food. Some parasites, such as F. Buski, produce severe damage to the intestinal wall by their powerful suckers. The ascaris, which is the largest roundworm in humans, can be as long as 3 feet and lay more than 200,000 eggs a day, and can literally block the alimentary canal and cause severe constipation and malnutrition. They can also plug the bile duct, appendix and other organs. In some malnourished children, Ascaris were present in such large numbers that they reached as much as 10% of the child’s body weight. They can also invade other organs. Tapeworms can absorb so much nutrition that the host is in a state of starvation and suffers from severe nutrition and lethargy. The broad fish tapeworm selectively removes vitamin B-12 from the alimentary tract and produces anemia. Like a vampire, the hookworm sucks blood and deprives the host of more iron than is replaced by diet. This causes anemia. Hookworms lay 5,000 - 10,000 eggs a day and can live for about fourteen years. E. Histolytica erodes the intestinal wall by excreting a proteolytic enzyme. This is a very common method of internal destruction by parasites. All parasites secrete waste; and most of the time their waste is highly toxic.
Do Parasites Thrive in Mucoid Layers?
It makes good sense that parasites and worms thrive in mucoid layers and even feed on it. Parasites may protect themselves from anti-parasitic measures by burying themselves underneath the impacted mucoid layers. There they remain happily nestled in their perfect habitat, until the mucoid fecal layers are removed, the bowel pH in balance, the intestinal mucosa normalized, and healthy flora are re-established. Since parasites thrive on undigested proteins, carbohydrates and processed foods, the diet must be a healthy diet and as organic as possible.
All living things have to have a specific environment to survive; change the environment and either the species adapts or dies. Parasites are no exception. A truly healthy person will not have parasites. Deep, transformational cleansing changes our internal environment especially the intestines, and this may be a very beneficial regime in helping to permanently rid our body’s of parasites strengthen the liver and immune system.
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