To effectively aid the removal of parasites and their bi-products, concentrate on a three-month time frame. This allows any hatching of eggs to be killed and washed out of the colon properly. Avoid all flour and sugar products during this time.
Avoid dairy as much as possible, especially when constipation is present. A little plain yogurt with cultures such as acidophilus or raw butter is good. Add a good probiotic to your diet and take it on an empty stomach.
Eat as much fiber as possible. 30 grams a day of fiber is the recommended daily allowance and 50 grams for diabetics. Examples of high fiber are beans, lentils, raw fruits and vegetables. Rye crisp crackers contain a lot of fiber and are OK if there are no signs of gluten intolerance such as bloating, constipation, diarrhea or allergies.
Take one of the colon cleanse products. Depending on your weight, take 1 to 3 capsules with each meal. Follow directions on bottle for correct dosage.
Eat any of the following: fruit, wheat-free toast, fresh squeezed juice, poached eggs, nuts and seeds, turkey sausage or plain yogurt.
Eat a giant salad with a wide variety of raw vegetables. Add fish, chicken, beans or turkey. If cravings for starches occur, eat only gluten-free products.This can be rice pasta, wheat-free toaster waffles or pancakes, rice bread, rice crackers, corn tortillas, brown basmati rice steamed potatoes and gluten-free cereal. The transit time for gluten –free products is substantially shorter than regular wheat and white flour. This allows the food to be digested quicker and deprives the parasites of food.
Eat fairly light at least three hours before bed. Colon cleanser can be taken 1 hour before dinner or at least 2 hours after dinner. Eat steamed vegetables, soups and salads. Limit intake of starches (rice pasta, brown basmati rice or potatoes).
Everyone has some form of parasite since there are hundreds of types that vary from microscopic to several feet long. No one is immune to them. Parasites aren’t limited to third world countries. Parasites and their eggs are found everywhere including chicken, fish, pork, beef, salad bars, grocery store produce, restaurants, garden soil, beach sand, water and even our pets.
Common signs of parasites:
- Acne, Allergies, Anemia, Bad Breath, and Candida
- Cravings, Constipation, Dark Circles, Diarrhea, and Fatigue
- Fibromialgia, Gas & Bloating, Indigestion, IBS, and Insomnia
- Irritability, Migraines, Weak Immunity, Weight-loss or Gain, Yeast Infections
When supplementing with colon cleanser, always drink at least half your body weight (in ounces) of water daily. For example, if you weigh 140 pounds, drink 70 ounces of water daily.
Add more fiber to speed up transit time as colon cleanse product can slow it down. Fight cravings for starches and sugar as this is known to happen when the parasites start to die off. Be patient. This should pass in a few days or so.
Take a liquid vitamin and mineral supplement as well as a probiotic to help replace what the cleanser removes.
Lymphatic skin brushing helps promote faster cleansing of the blood for removal of the parasite’s bi-product via the lymphatic system.
Use apple cider vinegar to alkalize the system. This will establish a healthy pH balance in the blood and create an unfriendly environment for parasites. Use it as a salad dressing or marinade.
Do not combine starches and proteins. The best combinations are vegetables and protein or starches and vegetables. Eat fruit alone or with nuts.