| February 27, 2012 | 2 Comments

Parasites is a topic that is overlooked that pertains to many symptoms, that traditional health care professions are not aware of their implications in regards to health. Parasites are one of the most undiagnosed health challenges in the U.S., according to Dr Ross Anderson, based on his 20 years of experience with over 20,ooo patients. Parasites come in many forms, such as bacterial, viral, fungal, and actual bugs or worms.

Parasites usually go unnoticed until they begin to cause digestive distress, fatigue, poor health, chronic diarrhea or constipation. Unfortunately, these health problems are usually attributed to other causes. But the truth is, parasites and the accompanying fungal overgrowth are the most common causes of digestive problems and chronic diarrhea.

The following is a list of potential health issues cause by parasites: chronic diarrhea, or alternating with constipation, nausea, bloating in the gut area, fluid retention,  intestinal cramps, dizziness, changes in appetite, vomiting, fowl-smelling gas, indigestion, bloating, multiple food allergies, loss of appetite, weakness and fatigue, chronic fatigue,  itching around the anus – especially at night, restlessness and difficulty sleeping,joint and muscle aches and pain, teeth grinding, allergy, skin conditions, itching on soles of feet, palpitations (indicating hookworms), conjunctivitis, facial swelling around the eyes, immune dysfunction, etc.

If you suspect you have parasite problems, call us we could help you.

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