What is a parasite and what does it do?

What is a parasite and what does it do?

A parasite is an organism that lives in another organism, called the host, and often harms it. It is dependent on its host for survival – it must be in the host to live, grow and multiply. A parasite cannot live independently.

Although a parasite rarely kills the host, in some cases it can happen. To a certain extent, if a parasite does kill its host it has failed as this means it will need to find a new home. The parasite benefits at the expense of the host – the parasite uses the host to gain strength, and the host loses some strength as a result.

Medical doctors know little about parasites other than that in extreme cases, they can cause diarrhea and malabsorption. However, what most doctors don’t know or tell you is that parasites can mimic other disorders or produce no noticeable symptoms at all. When they do cause symptoms, a wide range can be displayed. These can include:

  • Diarrhea and/or constipation
  • Digestive complaints (gas, bloating, cramps)
  • Irritability/nervousness
  • IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome)
  • Persistent skin problems
  • Dark circles under the eyes
  • Muscle cramps or joint pain
  • Post nasal drip
  • Teeth grinding
  • Prostate problems
  • Granulomas (tumor-like masses)
  • Sugar cravings
  • Appetite problems (increased or decreased)
  • Allergies
  • Rectal itching
  • Brain fog
  • Pain in the belly button region
  • Bedwetting

Parasites feed off our cells and excrete toxic waste. This waste poisons the body, overworking the organs of elimination. Processing this excess waste can weaken the immune system and as a result, we acquire declining health and chronic disease.

At Vitality Source Studio, we have many years experience in helping people to rid themselves of parasites and strengthen the immune system to gain health. Let us help you get rid of those little buggers!

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