Foods That Help Cleanse Parasites

 Click here to read How To Cleanse Worms and Parasites

I’m still talking about worms here.  NOT that this is a favorite topic or anything, but it’s very important to get these parasites clear out of our bodies so we can enjoy better health!  I’m going to quickly mention some foods that can help to expel parasites.  I do highly recommend doing an actual parasite cleanse, especially if you’ve never done one.  Your body will thank you for getting rid of these disgusting things, and you will feel so much better!  It’s a good idea to add these foods to your diet to help get rid of any parasites you may have come in contact with on a regular basis.

*Raw Vegetables (can juice them if desired) – especially wheat grass, cucumbers, beets, kale, celery, garlic, radishes, parsley, grapes
*Raw Fruit (can juice) – grapes, bananas, kiwis, blueberries, raisins, oranges.
*Nuts & Seeds – RAW pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, walnuts, pistachios, sesame seeds
{These nuts and seeds need to be raw}

~Raw seeds can be hard to find. Click on the left to view them.

*Other Herbs – Echinacea, Goldenseal, Vitamin C, Olive Leaf, Grapefruit Seed Extract, Diatomaceous Earth  -To comment more on Diatomaceous Earth, be sure to buy 100% non-toxic, pure food grade.  Don’t run to the local hardware store and buy any DE.  Make sure it’s safe for human consumption.  I’ve used this herb several times for many health benefits, and one is that it expels parasites.  It is recommended for adults to take 1 tsp. and children 1/2 tsp. a day for 60 days to be sure all the hatching eggs are gone.  You can stir this into any liquid or food without ever knowing it’s there!  Click here to read more about this inexpensive, useful herb! 
Best wishes for a life free of parasites! ๐Ÿ™‚

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  1. says

    This is great! Thank you. My mom brought the idea of parasites to my attention after years of suffering with gastrointestinal issues that the Dr says are “IBS”… such a vague, blanketed diagnosis.

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