Because with worms and worm eggs alive in your body, it’s nearly impossible to make real progress towards recovering your health.
And speaking of parasite eggs, let’s take a closer look at eating out.
It’s easy to assume that when a restaurant is open for business with its heath department permit posted behind the cash register that it’s safe and clean and all is well. After all it’s been inspected by the health department and tone of other people eat there daily, right?!?
If only it were that simple..
The eggs of some parasitic worms can survive freezing, exposure to wind, drying and even levels of ultraviolet radiation. Plus, these eggs are microscopic and can find refuge in the smallest crevice, bit of food or moist corner of a restaurant kitchen or dish-room.
It’s easy to slip up and not sanitize every last surface multiple times per day. Workers are often underpaid and may have not been fully trained on food safety. A restaurant may be tight on cash and skimping on pest management or stretching its food budget by ordering fresh ingredients less frequently..
Health department inspectors are often playing a game of catch-up. If perfect sanitation were common practice, why are so many health Department actions needed?
For example, over the course of 21 months in Los Angeles
recently, over 1,000 restaurants had their food service permits suspended due to unsanitary conditions.
We’re not talking about warnings here – but cleanliness and food safety issues that were so bad the establishment had to close its doors until improvements we made.
The real truth of the matter is that each of us WILL be exposed to parasite eggs at one point or another, some of us quite frequently through exposure to contaminated meats and seafood, pet wastes and poor food handling practices.
The important this is not to “get caught with your pants down” without a tool for getting clean and eliminating parasites and their eggs.
Investing in a good cleanse kit is cheap insurance compared to the time and misery a long-standing parasitic worm infection can create.
And keep in mind that it’s easy for family members to re-infect each other if one person remains a carrier. It’s a great idea to keep 1-2 extra parasite cleanse kits on-hand so that everyone you’re close to can get clean together.
Lastly, a clean diet full of leafy greens, healthy fats, bone broth and fermented foods will always feed your good bacteria, your probiotics that create competition against these gut invaders.
Mother Nature uses parasitic organisms like worms and Candida to “take out the trash” if that’s what we’ve been eating.
At the end of the day, we put in the work one way or another.
It’s better to act sooner than to wait and risk deeper damage to your body and organs. Brave video documentarians have done the grunt work of filming the damage parasites do to digestive performance, and if you need to more motivation go no further than this final video: