How do Parasites Harm Us?
There is a 2-fold attack that Parasites make on their hosts. Not only do they consume nutrients from their host, thereby denying this to their host, but they also eliminate their own waste products into their host's tissues and cells.
This double action of parasites can cause harm to the hosts’ tissues and organs as they weaken their hosts defence and immune systems. This makes the host more likely to fall to more illnesses or disease. Also, any illness that the parasite itself brings to the host such as the well-known parasitic disease of Malaria.
People with intestinal parasite infections are usually:
- Under-nourished and weak
- Infected with viruses, fungi, or bacteria
- Have various types of chemical and metal poisoning
- Present in any disease, in any person, at any age
Parasites are a menace to the immune system and an underlying cause for many health problems because they:
- Secrete toxins - parasites release toxic wastes - actually their feces and urine. Parasite urine is practically pure ammonia, very harmful to the brain.
- Steal vital nutrients from our bodies
- Can irritate or exaggerate other health problems you may be experiencing
Adapted from Article - Reference:Shirley Emmons BSc. (Hons) - Independent Natural and Alternative Health Researcher