Human Parasite - How Do You Get Them?
How is a human parasite transmitted? There are a multitude of different ways that you can get them! Parasites are abundant and are very easily transmitted! They live off of your life blood.
They are able to thrive within an organ or outside of an organ in your body. If the infestation gets really bad, you can quickly become very sick.
Today no one mentions parasites, yet they are more prevalent now in the Standard American Diet, than they ever were before!
Physician's today do not prescribe 'tonics' to get rid of parasites, but you have to wonder why, as parasites are so abundant. Its needed now more than ever before but they just don't do it. In the meantime, its always better NOT to get them in the first place if you can help it!
So, how do we get them? Where do they come from?
Sources of Parasites
Food and water are the most common sources of parasite transmissions. Our exposure to these sources is constant because we eat and drink water each day. Tap water is especially contaminated with parasitic organisms. Both plant and animal foods carry parasites. Cleaning and cooking methods often do not destroy them before we ingest them.
Raw meats are also responsible for a large amount of parasites today. Most people don't eat their burgers or steaks well done, but underdone red meat can contain parasites. The best idea is to reduce red meat consumption and increase healthy vegetables and fresh fruits.
The CDC (Center for Disease Control) cites food as the culprit behind 80 percent of parasite outbreaks. Most are linked to restaurants and deli's where sanitation is a concern. (Which is why you should always check the FOOD GRADE RATING of any place you eat out!) They can be transmitted from food preparation and storage to the utensils and servers' hands. Of course, there are many other sources!
Transmission of the Human Parasite
The list is actually endless. You can easily get parasites without ever knowing a thing! It’s enough to make you not want to touch anything or anyone!
- Insect bites
- Walking barefoot
- Human contact
- Animal contact
- Your Drinking water
- Eating undercooked meats (red meat especially)
- Imported raw fruit and vegetables
- Door handles
- Shopping carts
That's why prevention is always the key! Always remember to wash your hands after you touch things that are unsavory. Use antibacterial gels when you go into public restrooms or if there is a bug going around. You just can't be too careful. Unfortunately not everyone uses good sanitation like you hopefully do!
Sanitary gels work great and are available in travel sized bottles you can keep in your pocket or purse. Give some to the kids to keep in their bookbags at school too. Parasites know no boundaries and young children are especially susceptible to them because their immune systems are not fully developed yet. Keep your hands clean and keep hands off your face especially. Ring worm is easily transmitted. If it's on your face, then everyone knows you have it!
*I recently saw a very beautiful lady at the store. She was 'mouthing' a $20 bill. She kinda had the $20 folded lengthwise in between her lips. I wanted to go up to her and say something, but I didn’t... Guess I should have!
DON’T DO THIS! IT IS SIMPLY DISGUSTING!
If you don't know how dirty money is, then you ought to! Money is FULL OF germs, traces of cocaine, parasites and other yucky things.
Having a human parasite infestation is nothing new! If you want to keep your body free and clear of them, take preventative measures or treat them as soon as you're sure you have them!
Always consult your physician before using natural remedies, especially for anyone with preexisting conditions or anyone currently taking prescription medications. Although many efforts are made to ensure that the advice given on this site is professionally sound, the advice is not intended to replace a mutual relationship with a medical provider.
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