Top 10 Natural Cures for Removing Internal Parasites

Fresh Turmeric

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If you have ever seen that television series “The Killer Inside Me”, you realize that parasites are no joke. They can cause numerous health problems and even death.

The very thought of a parasite sucking up our blood or eating parts of our bodies is just plain gross and it might seem as if that’s something happens in “other” countries, not in America, but it’s much more common than most people think, even in developed countries such as Britain and the US. Anytime you do a detox program, be sure you add the necessary compounds needed to kill parasites. If you know you have picked up parasites, then do a detox while you are killing off the parasitic infection. Just think of killing parasites and detoxing your body as two parts of one program and something that should always be done together, like changing the oil and the oil filter in your car.

Sometimes parasites are an underlying health issue that can cause serious, long term diseases or on-going problems, such as headaches or abdominal pain. Many parasites live for years in body’s that have weak immune systems, weak thyroid function, or candida filled intestines. Some of these people take potent anti-parasitic herbs and find they only get partial results. The best supplements in the world will not kill all the parasites if one indulges in an unhealthy diet filled with processed foods and lots of sugar. Eat plenty of raw, fresh, organic fruits and veggies.  Killing off internal parasites will allow your immune system to regenerate itself and restore your body to a health state much more quickly.

Keep reading and find out the top 10 foods you use to kill parasites naturally.


1. Turmeric

Turmeric has a multitude of health benefits and one of them is for the treatment of parasitic infections. Add plenty of turmeric to your food dishes or smoothies or make tea. You can even take supplements if the taste of turmeric doesn’t appeal to you.

Just be sure you are getting real turmeric, as many modern curry powders contain very little turmeric.

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