How can a person know if they are infected with parasites?
If you have a pulse, you likely have parasites, and those strange symptoms you’re dealing with could be due to this.
The symptoms of parasites can be fairly extensive. And since stool testing isn’t always accurate, symptoms alone may be enough to go forward with a treatment plan. Furthermore, when the body is not operating optimally, parasites will take over their host and feed off of their nutrients. This can lead to various deficiencies including the following:
- Iron – which can lead to iron deficiency anemia, fatigue, and weakness
- Zinc – which is crucial for immune function (which is especially important now)
- B vitamins – which are crucial for many biological processes including energy production
- Magnesium – which is responsible for over 300 important biochemical reactions within the body – Serotonin – which is the neurotransmitter responsible for modulating our mood, memory, reward, learning, and cognition
Not only do parasites rob their host of important nutrients, they also can put off toxic by-products. And much of the time, parasites co-exist with fungal infections, heavy metals, bacterial infections, and viruses. Parasites really can inhibit a person from thriving.
In addressing these issues it is very important to be supporting the drainage and detox pathways to ensure everything we are detoxing is able to leave the body. We use various protocols that include homeopathy, herbs, and supplements. Often we use a combination of these things to ensure the best way to rebalance the body.