Parasites, Yeast, Candida, Fungal Infections The Connection

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  • Author Sarah Chambers D.c.h.p.
  • Published November 2, 2023
  • Word count 707

The connection between intestinal parasites, yeast, Candida, and fungal infections is surprisingly apparent. There are two main types of intestinal parasites: those visible to the human eye, worms, and one-cell parasites called protozoans, invisible to the naked eye.

Parasites, Candida, and other yeast/fungal infections

They have been around for years, and symptoms are often wrongly misdiagnosed or overlooked purely through a lack of research and knowledge.

Intestinal parasites are high on the list of human diseases as serious contributors to population diseases. Over a fourth of known infectious diseases are caused by intestinal parasites. The connection parasites have with intestinal yeast and fungal infections is surprisingly apparent.

Parasites, yeast, and Candida infections are more common than ten years ago. Today, I would go as far as to say that we in the Western world are suffering from parasites and yeast infections to silent epidemic proportions. In recent years, with the growing number of chronic immune disorders, one main focus has been parasite infestation.

Candida and your body

Candida begins to be felt in the small intestines. After infesting the small intestines, Candida starts feeding off vital nutrients, preventing absorption into the body. Just one of the main symptoms of Candida is cravings for sugar, which many people cannot overcome and have little or no knowledge of the cause.

Candid yeast and fungus diets help reduce these layers, but beware, as you can be pulled into a false sense of security thinking and feeling the yeast infestation has gone, only to find it is back again. Also, these diets are harsh, and many people cannot continue for the length of time stated.

What have you tried to get rid of intestinal parasites?

Prescribed Drugs

Stool Tests

Blood Tests

Self Diagnosis Treatments

On-line Candida Treatments

All test results were negative for parasites. Okay, what are these I am passing from my body daily, if not parasites? Have you been told you have psychological problems because test after test returns negative?

What is the cotton wool-type mucus floating on the toilet's surface and entwines in my stools, Candida? Yes, it most definitely is.

Candida overgrowths

An overgrowth of Candida is often present with pathogenic bacteria and parasites. Yeast forms a protective coating on the mucosal lining of the intestines, which becomes a protective shield against parasites and other unwanted agents. This protective coating is known as Biofilm. The Biofilm surrounds the parasite, keeping it safe to live out the life cycle and reproduce.

Many parasites are ingested and then reproduced in the gastrointestinal tract. The minute larvae enter the bloodstream can reside in any body part. The Trichinosis parasite is a nematode roundworm that gets into the body from ingesting infected meat, most likely undercooked pork. This little parasite likes to live in the muscles of its host and then form a cyst. An infected pig does not exhibit signs of parasites during its short life. These parasites can also be passed on from mother to piglets and from human mother to her baby.

The Liver Fluke Human Parasite

The liver fluke is a Trematode parasite that lives in the bile ducts in the liver and infects an estimated 30 million people after consuming raw or undercooked fish. The worms can live up to ten years and possibly longer. As they reproduce and infect the liver, the consequences can be fatal.

Many people suffer chronic digestive and immune disorder symptoms for years before being diagnosed with any illness. Most of the visits to the doctors wrongly diagnose (IBS) Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Chrone’s disease, stress-related issues, or some other diagnoses that affect the digestive system.

Treatment For Human Parasites and Help With Candida

Treatment is normally uncomplicated and easy, and several options are available.

We suggest you do a Biofilm Purge first, then a Parasite Cleanse, followed by Candid treatment and follow a candida diet.

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