Anti-Parasitic Foods In Your Diet
Anti-parasitic foods can help you get rid of parasites naturally.
Remember, parasites are foreign invaders, they set up residence, weakening your immune system and causing disease.
No matter how hard you try, you just cannot protect yourself from all types of parasites. They will find a way to enter your body, but you can pay attention to your diet to help deal with them.
Here are some anti-parasitic foods to include in your diet that can help you kill parasites naturally.
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Foods That Kill Parasites:
Traditionally used for eliminating roundworms and tapeworms.
Chew the raw, unroasted pumpkin seeds, or add them to your meals. You can get fresh seeds from an organic pumpkin, but be sure to expose them to air for several days and then eat them raw on an empty stomach in the morning.
Studies have found pumpkin seeds work to fight parasites. The compounds found in pumpkin seeds paralyze these parasites, and prevent them from holding on to the intestinal walls, so they can be easily be removed during a bowel movement.
Garlic has antibacterial and antifungal properties, and it can kill more than 20 types of bacteria and 60 types of fungi. It is also effective against viruses and parasites such as roundworms, hookworms and pinworms.
It has also antioxidant properties, which help prevent oxidative damage and keep you healthy.
Garlic can boost the production of stomach acids, which is crucial as chronically low stomach acid has been linked to bacteria and yeast overgrowth in the gut.
The healthiest part of a pineapple is the core. That is because it is extremely rich in an enzyme called bromelain, which has benefits that range from boosting digestion to killing both parasites and cancer cells within the body.
Bromelain helps to treat parasitic infections caused by tapeworms, roundworms and flushes parasites from your body. Make a fresh pineapple smoothie or eat lots of it fresh first thing in the morning.
Did you know that pineapple juice is more effective than cough syrup?
Because turmeric stokes the digestive fire, it is an excellent food for the control and elimination of parasites and fungi.
A Brazilian research team decided to test curcumin (the active plant compound found within turmeric) against 23 strains of fungi, and found that it was able to completely inhibit the growth of Candida albicans, as well as a number of other fungal strains. They also found that curcumin was able to stop Candida from adhering to human cells, performing with greater efficacy than the commercial antifungal drug fluconazole.
Just like garlic, ginger can also increase the production of stomach acid, which can kill parasites and prevent infections. Apart from that, ginger can increase blood circulation and is good for all types of digestive issues.
This hot pepper is a powerful anti-fungal. The best cayenne has the ability to destroy fungus, mold and parasites on contact! Try sprouted pumpkin seeds seasoned with ginger and cayenne for a delicious snack and a homemade remedy for treating intestinal bugs. The best is African Cayenne.
Cloves, Wormwood, Black walnut hull and husks – these herbs are part of the Dr. Hulda Clark Herbal Parasite Program. All three are anti-parasitic foods and essential.
Cloves – kills the parasite eggs that may be lingering in the intestinal tract. Chew cloves as a breath freshener or grind in a coffee grinder and put in capsules. I like to grind mine and eat with apple sauce.
Black walnut hull and wormwood – kill the adult and developmental stages of around 100 different types of parasites.
Black walnuts are great for fighting parasites for two reasons. The compounds found in black walnuts have the ability to kill parasites, and their laxative properties help to expel them from your body. You can ingest black walnut hull as a tincture.
Wormwood is very effective in fighting intestinal parasites. It works against pinworms and roundworms and boosts digestion. You can ingest wormwood in tea form, have it as a tincture or put in capsules.
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, Volume 63, Issue 2, February 2009, Pages 337–339, https://doi.org/10.1093/jac/dkn488
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