Underlying Causes of Common Health Problems You May Not Be considering ...

By Kalee

What are the underlying causes of common health problems?

It’s unimaginable. You’re at the doctors to find out why your body is failing you and instead of an answer, you receive a diagnosis of…inconclusive. There’s no explanation for what’s happening, but you just know that there’s an underlying cause.

It’s sad to see cancer continues to be diagnosed without any cure in sight.

But how can this be? Doctors are supposed to do all that it’s in their medical power to treat a patient to recovery. The modernized Hippocratic Oath states:

“I will remember that there is art to medicine as well as science, and that warmth, sympathy, and understanding may outweigh the surgeon's knife or the chemist's drug. I will remember that I do not treat a fever chart, a cancerous growth, but a sick human being, whose illness may affect the person's family and economic stability. My responsibility includes these related problems, if I am to care adequately for the sick.
I will prevent disease whenever I can, for prevention is preferable to cure.”

This statement is so important yet doctors seem to only treat the symptoms with little to no hope for seeking out the cause, which is the most crucial part of treating health issues. Today, there are many factors that seem to be at play, but a compromised immune system is the most obvious.

People today are being vaccinated, treated with antibiotics, and being given other prescription medications, so you would think that people should be healthier, but so many are much sicker. The goal of medicine should be to treat the underlying issue, not the symptoms, but western medicine fails in this.

There are plenty of doctors that tell patients there’s no cure or possible treatment method. Here are some of the underlying causes of common health problems.

1 The Issue

The one issue that gets glazed over by doctors and the American civilization, but should be at the forefront of the topic of conversation, is intestinal parasites. In fact, parasites are often the underlying causes of common health problems.

Parasites in the human body range from mold, flukes, candida, fungi, and worms. Typically, the types of parasite living in the intestines are worms, which include hookworm, roundworms, tapeworms, pinworms, whipworms, hookworms, etc.

Approximately 90 percent of the North American population is infected with at least one type of parasite. How can it be that in such a technologically advanced and “progressive” world that this many people have parasites and go their entire lives without knowing it?

Many people suffer from some type of autoimmune issue, yet how many of them are tested or even treated for parasites?

Possible Symptoms of a parasitic infection include:
- Bruxism (teeth grinding and clenching at night)
- Gas and/or bloating
- Constipation
- Diarrhea
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Joint and muscle pain
- Anemia
- Allergies
- Skin conditions such as rash, hives, rosacea, or eczema
- Dark under eye circles
- Anxiety
- Extreme tiredness, fatigue, depression, chronic feelings of apathy
- Mood swings
- Restlessness
- Bed wetting, drooling
- Sleep disturbances
- Brain fog
- Chronic fatigue
- Poor immunity
- Inability to feel full after meals
- Thyroid issues
- Leaky gut
- Hemorrhoids
- Nausea
- Mucus in stools
- Bloody stools
- Digestive issues
- Hair loss, brittle hair
- Itching
- Weight Gain,
- Appetite changes
- Blood disorders
- Sexual and reproductive disorders
- Abnormal or absent menstrual cycles
- Bad breath
- Body odor
- Runny nose
- Arthritis
- Cold or flu
- Cancer

Parasites can live undetected for a long time in the human body, however, it’s unlikely that a resulting health issue won’t eventually develop. Parasites are living organisms feeding off of a host.

Testing for parasites is a tricky business because of the parasites' life cycles. Doctors, if they even agree to test for them, will require a stool sample multiple times. Medical testing is about 20 percent successful with finding a parasite infection because there are only 40 to 50 different types of tests with over 1,000 different types of parasitic species.

If the test does come back positive, the next step is an antibiotic. This treatment method is not only damaging to our intestinal tract, which is responsible for our overall health and ability to fight infections since it kills the good and bad stuff, but it only kills the adults, if it even kills all of them.

Worms develop in stages from the egg to the adult, so it’s important to receive treatment that will expand over the entire life cycle. Antibiotics will not kill all of them. Most parasitic creatures have become resistant to medication, but not to natural remedies.

There are some terrific treatments that work, but require a lifestyle change. There are some that people around you will not only question you on, but potentially question your sanity. When you begin expelling things you never knew were inside of you, there will be proof that you’re not mad.

This is a gross topic and it can be scary because no one wants a creepy crawly creature inside of them, but the fact is they are there and they have probably been there for a really long time. Their goal isn’t to make you sick, it’s just the result of them being there, and in doing so they put us at risk for serious health issues or worse, death. Here's what to do.

2 Detox Intestines First

The best first option is to do an intestinal cleanse, not an enema, which some people suggest. An intestinal cleanse should ideally start with clearing out the intestines to ensure you’re excreting waste regularly, at least 3 times a day It’s best to use a healthy laxative of some kind for a few days beforehand. Talk to your doctor before starting a cleanse.

3 Then Proceed to Wipe the Parasites out

After you’re successfully voiding your bowels regularly, proceed with the parasite cleanse. The reason is that when you kill the parasites, symptoms tend to follow as a result of the parasites dying. But like any living thing that dies, parasites release toxic chemicals, which go back into your body. If you are pooping regularly, the toxins will be removed so they can’t be reabsorbed by the body and get into the bloodstream, which will cause the symptoms to worsen.

The following treatment options are for you to consider, but you do so at your own risk. If you are pregnant or nursing, please make sure the method you choose is safe.

Living Defense by InfoWars. Instructions on the bottle. This is effective because it contains all of the herbs that kill any variety of parasite.

1 Teaspoon of (Food Grade) Turpentine. Take four sugar cubes and stack them on top of one another. With a clean eye dropper pour one drop at a time on the top most sugar cube and let it soak into a cube and a half at a time and eat it as it soaks in. Do this 30 minutes before a meal. It draws out the worms that hide because they like sugar, but the turpentine kills them.

Iodine is safe for ingesting, but do your own research. You can also make your own iodine, which is much cheaper and it will last a long time. Having enough iodine in our system created an inhabitable environment for foreign invaders, but it’s good for us. Too much could cause problems (like anything good for you), but this is a great option.

Ingest 2 garlic capsules or eat it raw with each meal, or 3 times a day for a week and a half.

Diatomaceous Earth (Food Grade Only). Do not inhale, this like many substances is not good to breathe in, but it will not hurt you to ingest. Take a tablespoon, can be a little more, and mix it carefully into a 12 ounce glass of water, and drink. The amount can be incrementally increased over a period of a few days, it’s dehydrating and too much could cause constipation without drinking enough fluids. You can repeat this for 7 days on and 7 days off, for 6 weeks or you can drink it all year long daily, but drink plenty of water.

Activated charcoal absorbs heavy metals, chemicals, and prescription drug remnants. You can use this in conjunction with another method or on its own.

Eat cleansing foods, such as raw fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and seeds, brown rice and whole wheat pasta. This will definitely help you poop! It may come as a surprise to you, but eating garbage food will bring about a garbage body, eating clean food will bring about a clean and healthy body. Not pooping regularly binds all of those toxins inside of you and makes your body the perfect environment for parasites and all sorts of illnesses to thrive, including cancer. Eat organic foods, when possible, as they will eliminate or reduce the amount of toxins the body is exposed to.

4 Do Your Own Research

There are certainly other treatment methods that might be more to your liking, but always keep searching. There is undoubtedly an effective natural remedy to fit your needs.

Whatever treatment option you choose, it’s best to cleanse for 6 weeks because of the life cycle of the worms, but you can do it for longer depending on what you choose to do. Whatever you do, ensure that you drink plenty of water every day. This is so important for any cleanse.

Some people insist on staying on their medications, but if you rid yourself of these invaders, you will see improvements and may more than likely be able to stop taking them. It all depends on how you feel. Take control of your health and stop letting doctors or society tell you that there is no cure, because there is and so much of it is outside of western medicine. Our bodies are made to heal and there are amazing herbs and organic (and cheap) remedies for so much!

5 Ways You Get Parasites

Even if you don’t think you have worms, it’s incredibly likely that you do. Worms and other parasites are not just an issue in underdeveloped countries where sanitation and access to clean food and water is limited. Here are some other causes.

- Undercooked meat
- Improperly washed fruits and vegetables
- Poor hygiene
- Pets

Remember, if one person in the family finds parasites, then everyone else does too. If one person cleanses and no one else does then re-infection is easy. Parasites are not necessarily something you want to search for in your stool, but some people do dig through with gloves to look for them. Some parasites you will see without having to dig and when you see them, you know.

Parasites are gross, but they don’t have to destroy your life. The best thing to do is to get them out, and when you do you will find it becomes easier to relax about it. Better out than in!

If you choose this path please be consistent and willing to stick with it or the results won’t be amazing. Even if you start to feel better, don’t just stop with your method of choice, but complete it to ensure optimal health benefits. And of course, check with your doctor before starting any type of cleanse.

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