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Inside Out
Are you living with parasites?

By Cory Quirino
Philippine Daily Inquirer
First Posted 20:55:00 05/19/2008

Filed Under: Health, Lifestyle & Leisure

MANILA, Philippines?Sometimes the unexplainable has a simple explanation. Take the case of Robert, a middle-aged businessman, and Millie, a housewife.

Robert thought that the highly stressful business he managed caused his frequent heart pain, constipation and sexual dysfunction. He had been in and out of clinics for over a year?to no avail.

Millie suffered constant gas pains, fatigue. She ate more than normal but was always hungry. She was forgetful and anemic. Exasperated, she sought the help of health experts who uncovered the problem?parasites.

The human body is bombarded, invaded and weakened?which eventually leads to death?by more than 1,000 types of parasites. These worms, bacteria, amoeba, fungi and mites literally eat your flesh. Parasites are living beings that suck on the bodies of other living creatures.

When you ingest vegetables, meat, fish and water that are contaminated, parasites enter your body and normally live within the small and large intestines. In the case of Millie, who was always hungry, tapeworms attached themselves to her small intestines?huge parasites that can produce 1 million eggs a day. These same eggs travel through the bloodstream and deposit themselves in any organ?the heart, as in the case of Robert.

There are other disgusting creatures that your body may contain?hookworms, pinworms, ringworms, round worms plus other parasites one can get from pet dogs, cats, birds, etc. In short, you may eat a healthy diet but all the nutrients keep your parasites happy. So, they party on while you get sick.

Do you know?

There are 2 trends of thought on the causes of illnesses like cancer, etc. First, modern medicine can cure a disease through potent drugs. Second, harness the healing power of your body to boost the immune system.

Meet Elmer, a 30-year-old salesman with prostate cancer. Desperate to prolong his life, he searched everywhere for a natural cure. He discovered Biosafe Clinic, which brought in a Russian technology called Bio Resonance Imaging, which harnesses the energy frequencies to scan the human body for causes of disease. His body was overrun by parasites. After a six-hour protocol and major detoxification for a month, thousands of dead worms exited his body. Today, he is cancer-free. Call Biosafe Clinic at 4119168.

Studies have shown that a diet rich in refined foods?cakes, pastries, breads, sugar provide the right diet for parasites. In cases of amoebic diseases, the ingestion of acidophilus, live bacteria has been helpful in containing the problem.

Research has proven that the combination of ginger with bitter gourd (ampalaya), garlic and onion has anti-parasitic properties as in the case of Redjuice, a locally-made wonder drink. Call Redjuice at 7104005 /4160144.

What?s eating you?

More than the physical parasites living off your body, there are others eating you up?mental and emotional marauders borne of fear. When anger, bitterness, hatred rule your mind and heart, they can literally weaken your purpose for living. Try to get rid of these negative emotions and thoughts and cleanse your spirit. Meditate, pray, listen to inspiring music, read books to lift you up. And if there are people draining your energy, inspiration, passion and peace of mind, let go or at least keep a safe distance.

Affirm: ?I am clean and whole again and again.?

Love and light!

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