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Do`s And Don’t`s When You Spot A Parasitic Infection

Posted by admin on October - 13 - 2016

It is very difficult to stop parasites and bacteria from entering our body. There are many easy ways through which they make an entry and most of them are our daily routine. Generally people who are affected by a parasite are unaware of this infection in them and they harbor it to others without their knowledge. One main reason for parasite`s presence in our body is contaminated food and water and when you travel to a different country and if you have consumed food and water there, you are sure to be carrying some of the foreign breeds when you get back. So it is always better to put the infected person and the members of his family under serious treatment to stop these organisms from multiplying. Click on this video to know more about human parasites.

Gastrointestinal tract. Isolated White background. Detailed diagram 

Some of the very simple foods that act as anti-parasite intakes are:

  • Garlic and onion – all the vegetables are known for their nutritional quality in them and onions and garlic are known for their disease and infection fighting capabilities. Including them in our daily food regularly will help in fighting the foreign body at the initial stages thus protecting the body from possible troubles.
  • Herbs – herbs like ginger and oregano have anti-bacterial and anti-parasitic effects and hence consuming those in small quantities will help in improving resistance thus fighting diseases.
  • Papaya juice- It is a general recommendation that fruits have the essential nutrients required by the body. So consuming them as such or in the form of juices will bring anti-parasitic effects in the body.
  • Coconut oil – taking coconut either in the raw form or as oil or as a drink is believed to keep the body cool and improve the infection fighting capabilities. They are known for their anti-bacterial and anti-microbial properties.

Some of the food stuffs that are to be strictly avoided are sugar, alcohol, pork, wheat and processed foods.