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A parasite is an organism that lives on or in an organism of another species known as the host. It uses the host as a feeding ground to obtain nutrients to sustain and protect it. Unfortunately, parasites harm human beings because they consume our food and nutrients, they destroy our tissues and cells, and they produce toxic waste products that can make people very ill. Not all parasite infections result in telltale symptoms and so this makes diagnosis difficult at times.


Parasites are of different types and range in size from tiny, single-celled, microscopic organisms (protozoa) to larger, multi-cellular worms (helminths) that may be seen without a microscope.


Parasites are just about everywhere in our environment, so it is easy to become infected. The following is just some of the ways people can acquire parasites:


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  • contact with animal or human feces (?????????)
  • walking barefoot (????)
  • handling raw meat and fish (???????)
  • eating raw or undercooked pork, beef or fish(??????????)
  • handling soiled litter pans (cats) (?????)
  • eating contaminated raw fruits and vegetables (??????????)
  • eating meals prepared by infected food handlers (?????????)
  • drinking contaminated water (???????)
  • having contact with infected persons (including sexual contact, kissing, and shaking hands) (??????(?????????))
  • inhaling contaminated dust (parasitic eggs or cysts) (????????(???????))


Many believe that their risk of parasite infection is low because of where they live. The prevailing belief is that one is at greater risk in underdeveloped countries and tropical humid climates. As much as there is a degree of truth to this, what has been overlooked is the fact that immigration and world travel has facilitated the migration and spread of parasites. Our intimate and casual contact with one another further spreads infection. Moreover, as the above list shows, this belief is far from being true.


The destructive role parasites play and their effect on our health

The reason why parasites play a destructive role in our health is because through their need to survive they compromise and interfere with the function of the human host. Where the host is weakened or less capable to protect itself and maintain balance due to an infestation, the host naturally becomes more susceptible to other diseases. Hence, it would be correct to state that parasites by the nature of how they live increase one’s health risks and support disease.


Humans can play "host" to over 100 different kinds of parasites. Contrary to popular belief, parasites are NOT restricted to our colon alone, but can be found in other parts of the body; the lungs, the liver, in the muscles and joints, in the esophagus, the brain, the blood, the skin, the immune system and even in the eyes. The evasive damage parasites can cause has few boundaries.
Parasites have a digestive system. The byproduct of digestion is metabolized waste which is produced and excreted into the environment of the host. This toxic cocktail of excrements slowly inundates tissue with toxic elements that eventually affect the function and health of the person.


What are some of the symptoms of parasite infestation?
  • Feel tired most of the time (Chronic Fatigue)?
  • Have digestive problems? (gas, bloating, constipation or diarrhea which come and go but never really clear up)
  • Have gastrointestinal symptoms and bulky stools with excess fat in feces?
  • Suffer with food sensitivities and environmental intolerance?
  • Developed allergic-like reactions and can’t understand why?
  • Have joint and muscle pains and inflammation often assumed to be arthritis?
  • Suffer with anemia or iron deficiency (pernicious anemia)?
  • Have hives, rashes, weeping eczema, cutaneous ulcers, swelling, sores, papular lesions, itchy dermatitis?
  • Suffer with restlessness and anxiety?
  • Experience multiple awakenings during the night?
  • Grind your teeth?
  • Have an excessive amount of bacterial or viral infections?
  • Depressed?
  • Difficulty gaining or losing weight no matter what you do?
How pervasive are parasites an issue in our community?

What needs to be acknowledged is the pervasiveness of parasite infection. Here is some statistical data: "In recent medical studies it has been estimated that 85% of the North American adult population has at least one form of parasites living in their bodies. Some authorities feel this figure may be as high as 95%."


According to the World Health Organization (WHO) data, over 4.5 billion people in the world, regardless of their income level, are infected with parasitic diseases.


The possible symptoms of parasitic infections are almost endless. These "intelligent" creatures are sometimes so clever that they can mask their presence through some of the most common diseases around. That is why so many nutrition experts recommend doing a parasite cleanse to all those suffering from everyday ailments that tradi­tional medicine was not able to address.


At the least, based on these extremely high percentages, consideration should be given to ensure that parasite infection is not an issue for those seeking optimal health.


Challenges with treating parasites.

There are number of challenges when attempting to rid the body of parasites. Due to the fact that the first stage of a parasite’s life is encapsulated in an egg, this gives the parasite additional protection from the hosting environment. This is also the most infectious time of the parasite’s life cycle. Without the same degree of vulnerable exposure that larvae or adult parasites have to medicine, any eggs that are left behind will continue to propagate the host.


length of time on a parasite cleansing protocol is important to insure that the life cycle of the parasite is interrupted and that the remaining eggs have hatched or been lethally affected. With so many variables to take into consideration; disease spread factor, disease intensity, polarity, environmental resistance, the larger network of pathogens that provide a support network for establishing infection…etc, each person will have a different length of time on a protocol. Remember, having the same condition as someone else does not mean that a standardized protocol should be administered without attention given and adjustments made in respect to the unique aspects; the person’s relationship with the illness.


Parasites, having the ability to penetrate all areas of the body, also make it difficult for certain medicines to effectively cross barriers into areas where parasites can go. Conventional chemical anithelmintic drugs during short-term admission act only on the gastro-intestinal forms of helminthes. In other organs harboring worms and their larvae parasitic activity can continue unimpeded.


The ??????? comes to the rescue: the anti-parasite protocols, modes 1-3, offer a comprehensive solution.

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  • The protocols act on the Energy-Informational level and do not have the limitations of a bio-chemical approach. The frequencies employed easily permeate the entire body leaving the parasites nowhere to hide.
  • They are noninvasive, painless, and have no known side effects.
  • There is no toxicity to accumulate in the body from use of the ???????. This allows for worry free extended use if need be. This makes for the ideal solution to addressing parasites which usually requires a length of time on the protocol.
  • The detoxification aspect of the protocols helps rid the body of the toxic residue that is created and left behind from the parasites.
  • The protocols allow for dismantling the network of pathogen relationships through a synergistic and strategic approach which is key when attempting to rid the body of foreign invaders.
  • Note, clearance of parasites is only the tip of the iceberg. An equally important task is to restore the human immune system, remove the slag, and prevent re-infection.
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The ??????? device protocols support the Energy-Informational control system in the human organism and enhance its effectiveness.This increases the human organism’s abilities to accomplish the above tasks.



  1. The hookworm latches on the walls of the colon with its sharp teeth where it feeds on blood.
  2. The tapeworm is the longest parasite. A mature adult can lay one million eggs per day.
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  3. Tapeworm eggs are embedded in the colon.
  4. The roundworm can grow to 20 inches (50 cm) long and lay 200,000 eggs per day.
  5. Pinworms migrate outside the colon during the night to lay their eggs around the anus. This causes the nightly itching of many unsuspecting victims.



Human Parasites

Parasitic diseases in humans are caused by protozoans and helminthes. The cysts and trophozoite forms of protozoans are most often found in feces but are also found in other tissues or excreta. The helminthes are most often detected by the presence of their eggs in feces; but these, too, can be found in tissues or other excreta.This page will present pictures of ten parasites that cause disease in humans.



Entamoeba histolytica

Entamoeba histolytica cyst


Entamoeba histolytica is, possibly, the most pathogenic amoeba for humans. Humans are the primary host for this pathogen. It is spread via the anal to oral route. It is usually acquired from contaminated water, or from foodstuffs contaminated by untreated sewage.


Entamoeba histolytica causes amoebic dysentery, characterized by bloody stools and diarrhea accompanied by abdominal pain. Some of those infected remain asymptomatic. Occasionally, the organism digests its way through the intestinal wall and invades other organs and the viscera. This form of the disease may be fatal.The cysts are shed in the feces of infected persons. The cysts may be isolated and detected in the clinical laboratory from feces.Iodoquinol and chloroquine are often used to treat amoebic dysentery.


Balantinium coli


Balantinium coli cyst


Balantinium coli is a giant ciliate that causes diarrhea in humans. It burrows into the intestinal mucosa and rarely invades tissue further. The most common source of this organism as an agent of human disease is from pig’s fecal material. However, it may be spread from person to person by fomites and contaminated water.Oral tetracycline usually controls the infection.


Giardia lamblia


Giardia lamblia cysts


Giardia lamblia is a pathogenic flagellate of humans. It causes diarrhea and abdominal pain, along with a chronic fatigue syndrome that is otherwise asymptomatic and difficult to diagnose. The cysts are the most common means of spread of this organism. Giardia lamblia cysts have been spread via contaminated water and fomites.Treatment requires the use of metronidazole or quinacrine. This treatment has been very successful.

Trypanosoma brucei

Trypanosoma brucei gambiense

Trypanosoma brucei is the hemoflagellate that causes sleeping sickness. It is spread by the bite of the tsetse fly, which transfers the organism from alternate host such as the cow. The disease is endemic to Africa; two geographically isolated strains are known. Treatment for this disease includes using suramin or pentamidine; both are fairly toxic.





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