The Unseen Passengers: Are They Making You Sick?

The best way to describe parasites would be to term them as nasty little organisms that live inside humans. Parasites cannot produce food or energy and need a host body to survive.

The primary reason why parasites are very dangerous is they feed off human cells, tissues and toxic waste. When the parasite infection is acute, abdominal distress in varying degrees may be experienced by an individual. A parasitic infection will move from the acute to chronic stage. At this point apart from the diarrhea, constipation, intense burning, bloating of the abdomen, cramping and sudden urges to eliminate, become part of the symptoms.

There can be sudden food cravings, weight loss, irritable bowel syndrome, blood sugar fluctuations and mal-absorption of nutrients from foods consumed. The problem when untreated can continue to manifest itself through acute itching of the body; sleep disorders, skin sensitivity, anxiety and depression.

Parasites are a very real danger – they may be miniscule, but they have an appetite. To feed this appetite, they feed off you, robbing the body of essential nutrients. As the body fails to absorb nutrients, the immune system becomes weak, leaving it open to numerous diseases. Parasites can perforate the intestinal walls and allow toxins and waste matter to flow into the blood stream with very serious health consequences.

With Bioresonance Therapy, we are able to identify the existence of parasite strain in your body. To find out more, contact us at +65 6734 4468.

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