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7 Ways to Use Foods to Treat Parasites and Yeast in the Body ...

By Heather

There are many ways you can use foods to treat parasites and yeast. Many people aren’t even aware they have a yeast infection or parasite infection until it gets out of control. Parasites are microorganisms that can enter the body in a multitude of ways. They create symptoms like bloating after meals, poor digestion overall, gas, constipation, anal itching, mood disorders, low blood sugar, fatigue after meals, and itching. Yeast overgrowth almost always coincides with parasite infections, and not just through typical symptoms. Parasites and yeast are organisms that live all around us, and can enter our body a number of ways. Parasites can actually lay eggs inside of us, creating a larger issue, which makes them harder to get rid of. You should avoid all sugar, fermented foods and refined grains when trying to rid the body of parasites and yeast since they feed off these foods more than any other. It’s also a good idea to eat foods that treat parasites and yeast naturally in the body. Try incorporating some of these foods and food-based supplements below if you suspect you have a problem. It is easy to treat parasites and yeast when you know exactly what foods feed them and which foods fight them.

1 Garlic

GarlicGarlic is one of the best foods to treat parasites and yeast you can eat. Garlic is basically a death sentence to both of them. Both parasites and yeast thrive off a toxic environment and garlic bulb is one of the most potent detoxifying foods on the planet. Consume one whole clove daily, or take a pill. Garlic powder may not be as effective since it is more processed.

2 Oregano or Oregano Oil

Oregano or Oregano OilOregano is another anti-parasitic food. This amazing herb is also high in antioxidants and digestive benefits as well. Oregano and especially oregano oil, is essential for fighting yeast and candida on a large level. First, it helps to kill bad bacteria in the body, and has been found to be powerful enough to create die off symptoms when you first start consuming it. Start with 1 tbsp. oregano daily in soups, salads, teas, etc., and use the oil as a tincture as directed.

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3 Black Walnut

Black WalnutBlack walnut is also a powerful anti-parasitic food. You can buy black walnuts or buy the hulls in a pill form. Black walnut is usually found in all natural anti-parasitic supplements. It breaks down the fungal walls that yeast and parasites build up in the body, helping to destroy them.

4 Pau D’ Arco Tea

Pau D’ Arco TeaThis incredible herbal tea is another super powerful food to fight off yeast and parasites. It’s one of the best and most well known herbal supplements to fight off bacteria overgrowth in the body. It’s most commonly sold as a tea and has a sweet, slightly smoky flavor. You can find it at many health food stores, and some stores may even carry it in supplement form.

5 Coconut

CoconutCoconut is becoming an increasingly popular food more and more each year. Coconut’s MCT fats are incredibly detoxifying to the body, but the caprylic acid and lauric acid in coconut are what make it good for fighting yeast and parasites. These two specific forms of acid help destroy fungal walls and have been shown to be very effective for treating both yeast and parasites. Always buy raw extra-virgin coconut oil for the ultimate nutrition option, and also be sure you buy organic. You should never use any sweetened forms of coconut either, as that will only feed yeast and parasites further. Coconut shreds, coconut flour, and coconut butter are all also wonderful for treating parasites and yeast as well.

6 Pumpkin Seeds

Pumpkin SeedsPumpkin seeds are remarkable for treating candida yeast and especially parasites. They contain special properties that kill yeast and parasite fungus walls and they also contain fiber to help excrete the toxins out of the body. Pumpkin seeds are also high in protein, which will keep insulin levels even. When insulin becomes out of balance it causes blood sugar swings, which can further yeast and parasite overgrowth. It’s essential to take care of your insulin and blood sugar for this purpose. Protein in foods like pumpkin seeds help keep blood sugar even, especially with the fiber content added into the equation. Just remember to buy raw, organic pumpkin seeds, not roasted or salted.

7 Lemons

LemonsLemons are one of the best foods you can consume to detoxify the body overall. Lemons are high in Vitamin C, and Vitamin C is now being said to be one of the best anti-parasitic nutrients you can eat. Vitamin C helps excrete toxins out of the body via the bowel, and also helps support the immune system. When your immunity is low, it can not fight off infections and bacterial overgrowth. Lemons are one of the highest sources of Vitamin C that is also very low in sugar. Though oranges are high in Vitamin C, they are higher in sugar and can lead to yeast overgrowth. Use whole lemons and squeeze them into water, tea, smoothies, and even juice with them too. You can also opt to take camu-camu powder, which is a superfood that is the highest source of Vitamin C on the planet. It is sugar-free and also anti-aging as a bonus. You can find it online, or at your local health food store.

If you’re wondering exactly how parasites enter the body, you might be surprised how easily they can find their way into your system. They can enter our bloodstreams many ways, with these being the most common: contaminated soil, rare, raw or old meat, pets who carry them, contaminated fruits and vegetables, old moldy fruits and vegetables, mosquitos, polluted water or toxic water, contact with another human carrier, contact with human or pet feces, or through a poor diet rich in fast food or processed food where they are susceptible to more bacteria growth. You can easily see how anyone would get a parasite and might not know it. Eat more of the foods above and remember to remove all sugar, refined and processed grains, yeast foods, and fermented foods from your diet to help stop their overgrowth. Are you familiar with parasites?


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