A parasite is an organism that lives off of another organism, such as an animal or a human. Parasites travel throughout our bodies, live off the food we eat, and leave their waste behind. When they live inside us, they can feed off our metabolic processes and drain our inner resources, leaving us fatigued and debilitated. Parasites infect more than 2 billion people worldwide. Persistent skin problems, digestive difficulties, constipation and a wide range of other complaints are linked to intestinal parasites. Are Intestinal Parasites Living Inside You?
Your body’s immune system and the beneficial bacteria that live in your intestinal tract are designed to keep Candida and other pathogens harmlessly in check. There are two main types of beneficial bacteria or probiotics found in our digestive system: Lactobacillus is the primary probiotic of the small intestine, and Bifidobacterium is the primary probiotic in the large intestine. The more we have of these probiotics, the less space and food is available for harmful bacteria and yeast. You May Have Candida Overgrowth and NOT Even Know It
Q: What diet should I follow?
A: Your diet should be free of sugar (including most fruits), as well as free of dairy, wheat and yeast.
Q: Do I have to follow the diet on the 5-day break?
A: Yes, it is important to remain on the Parasite/Candida diet while on the 5-day break.
Q: Can I open capsules if I can’t swallow them?
A: No, we do not suggest opening the capsules of ParaGONE or CandiGONE. The ingredients undecylenic acid and caprylic acid may be irritating to the esophagus.
Q: What is a drop of liquid?
A: A drop of the liquid tincture of ParaGONE and CandiGONE should be an individual droplet like a raindrop, not a squeeze of the dropper.
Q: Where can you get parasites?
A: Many people contract intestinal parasites while visiting foreign countries. You may also come into contact with intestinal microbes in the U.S., for example from contact with pets, going barefoot, and eating undercooked meat.
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