The human race is jam-packed full of bugs, bacteria and parasites and they all live quite happily inside our body. Approximately 80 percent of adults and children host gut parasites mostly infected by pets. Parasites or worm infestation occurs in several other different ways.
There are some 6 million species of parasites, which can be found everywhere in our environment, we inhale them and swallow them. Parasites feed on the nutrients we consume causing nutrient deficiencies. Parasites also carry diseases that can make us feel very unwell. Some species of parasites that are large enough to detect with the naked eye.
According to research around 80% of adults and children have parasites in their gut. People are infected with parasites in a variety of ways.
Common human parasites
Human Hookworm – Hookworm is picked up via water that is contaminated or though through your skin. Human hookworm has a very long lifespan surviving in the intestines for many years. They normally penetrate the body via the soles of your feet, or legs if you have been laying on contaminated grass.
Human Roundworm – Arrive in the body through consuming contaminated or undercooked foods. They can get establish in manure, which is used within organic farming. Repotting soil has warnings on the bags stating that this soil contains parasites, so protecting yourself by wearing gloves is essential, not only when repotting plants but any kind of gardening. If you eat a raw food diet make sure you wash your food well to clear away any parasites that may be lurking.
Human Pinworms – These parasites live within your lungs and colon. They venture out through the anus nightly and lay their eggs, once the eggs hatch that has been laid around the anus they crawl back inside and take up residency. Children are more prone to picking up pinworm but they pass them on adult easily and swiftly. It is important when treating any species of parasite/worm for the whole family to do a parasite cleanse
Human Tapeworms – These parasites contaminated water, mainly unfiltered tank water. They are then ingested every day without knowledge of the water being contaminated. Tapeworm also penetrates the skin via the soles of bare feet. According to the department of health, Australia Tapeworm is the most common. They affect your stomach and intestines. Tapeworm can live undetected in the body for 80 years.
Intestinal parasites and what they do your body
Hosting parasites is very draining on your body as they steal essential vitamins and minerals, amino acids and phytonutrients that come from our food. Once parasites are established within the body the symptoms can be extensive, not only affecting digestion but your whole body. When you are nutrient deficient you can suffer from undiagnosed anaemia. Other symptoms include bloating, stomach issues and digestive issues.
Unfortunately for us parasites damage the lining of not only the intestines but the liver, lungs and circulatory system. We can go completely unaware that we have parasites feeding off us until they damage the body so badly that it causes nasty symptoms, and then they may not be diagnosed by your doctor. Parasites are survival organisms. And they live and reproduce with us not detecting they are there. It over a 1,000 of these parasites can live in the human body. Is it time to do a parasite cleanse?
So, the question was Does Everyone Has Parasites in their Body? I believe we can safely say the answer to that is yes!
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