As you eliminate decrepit waste matter from your cells, your body has to remove it from the body. Many of us are flawed in our ability to remove these toxins from our body. This leads to swelling, inflammation, or malfunction of various parts of the body. Following a healthy lifestyle and practicing regular cleansing patterns helps to drive this filth away from our life; allowing us to heal, grow and thrive.
If you’ve made it to my site, then there is a good chance you’ve heard about parasites at this point. If you haven’t, it’s a can of “worms” that most people are fascinated to open. Parasites come in many forms and from many sources.
Before you jump to the conclusion that you don’t have any, let me pop that bubble and tell you we all have parasites. Even those of us who eat super healthy and cleanse often. Everyone has some parasites. If you’ve ever eaten meat, dairy, eggs, fish, walked around barefoot, pet an animal, swam in a lake or stream, or even drank fresh spring water then you too have parasites.
We can often live with these vagrants for years of life without ever knowing. More common parasites will cause poor digestion, fatigue, insatiable hunger, cravings for junk food, or many other conditions and diseases. When symptoms become unbearable we can safely turn to the following cleanse to drastically reduce the amount of critters in our body.
Liver & Gallbladder
These two organs serve to remove harmful toxins from the body and encourage healthful digestion into the bowels. As we consume acidic foods, our body protects the vital organs by wrapping this acid in calcium. Then these calcium deposits collect all throughout the body. One of the most overlooked places for these deposits is in the gallbladder.
When the gallbladder is clogged with these calcium deposits, it can become inflamed and/or malfunction. This leads to poor digestion, no hunger, weight gain, or even liver failure. Often this is when many doctors will jump at the chance to remove your gallbladder.
Many people opt to just cleanse the liver and gallbladder and skip the parasite flush. You can do either cleanse alone but I prefer to combine these two. When you detox parasites alone, you may not eliminate them easily. However, when you follow the instructions below, you will kill much of the moochers and flush their remains out with many calcium deposits.
The Procedure - A Three Week Process
Gallstones are typically light green and smaller than a pea. However they can range from white to dark brown and be as big as a inch across. This isn’t common in my experience. You may feel nauseous, achy, sick, or tired during the last day, but this will pass usually within a day. Parasites will flush out with the stones and other liver debris. They range vastly in shapes, sizes, and colors. Please feel free to do your own research on these as there are too many to list at this time.
After any cleanse I do my best to maintain a mucusless diet as long as possible. You just detoxed, so why the hurry to retox? This keeps anyone of the several thousand parasite eggs left behind from growing out of control. I suggest doing this cleanse 3 or 4 times per year but making sure to keep 6 weeks or more between each cleanse.
Doing all of this and maintaining digestive health can help you slim down, boost energy, and stay healthy all year round.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Derek Weaver, Heal Your Disease - "I am a certified Herbalist through the School of Natural Healing. With eight years of experience helping people in health food store environments and having had worked for major national supplement companies, I've learned and continue to learn many things."
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