Bugs Eating You? – eBook Newly Revised
Bugs Eating You? helps you identify and remedy the numerous problems caused by bacteria, fungi (mold and yeast), intestinal parasites and viruses.
Using inexpensive ingredients and remedies, you’ll purge disease causing pathogens. Plus, you’ll learn how to remain bug-free. The next time other people at work are calling in sick, you can take a pass.
A popular ebook since 2007, Bugs Eating You? is newly revised and expanded. In 33 concise pages, award-wining health author, Rebecca Wood, provides you with easy to follow protocols, recommended herbs, remedies, treatments, supplements, foods and life style support.
Introduction Mosquitoes biting you are sometimes the price of a good picnic. Unless, that is, you remembered the bug spray. It’s the same with a lot of bugs you’ll never even see–the ones inside you!
Yes, the odds are that right now parasites are feasting on your flesh, blood, viscera or your partially digested lunch. No one is exempt. Considering that most parasites are microscopic, hosting a few such bugs may not be a big deal. Some are, however, a huge deal, like gonorrhea, anthrax or E. coli. But practice prevention according to the suggestions in this book and you needn’t suffer parasitic bites.
The word parasite is Greek in origin and literally means “one who eats at another’s table.” Spongers. But what exactly is a parasitical bug? In the field of medical parasitology, the term “parasite” has primarily come to mean intestinal parasites or flukes, protozoa and worms. But in common usage, the term more broadly applies to bacteria, viruses and fungi.
For humans, parasites serve no useful function. Most become problematic and rapidly multiply when they find your internal environment hospitable. A dense parasite population triggers numerous problems from what they eat (your tender parts) as well as from what they excrete. You absorb a parasite’s expelled ammonia and other debris including, when they expire, their remains. This mucks up your bowels, liver, skin, kidneys, lungs, lymph, blood and cells.The toxic residues from parasites compromise your health in countless ways, including allergic reactions, sleeplessness, digestive problems, compromised immunity and in some cases even death.
Culturally, when it comes to a bug-caused illness, be it the flu or Lyme disease, we tend to see ourselves as the victims. “The flu was going around the office and I got it.” Or, “It was that toxic airplane air on my flight from Dallas.” But in reality, if the bug bit you, it’s because your immune system held the door open.Your best defense against all parasites is to maintain a resilient immune system because, when your immune system is compromised, you’re essentially putting out a welcome mat for the neighborhood bugs. Whether they’re hook worms or cold bugs you don’t want to be their bed and breakfast.
Maintaining your health requires a skillful balance of going-to-a-doctor-when-you-need-a-doctor while also claiming responsibility for your own healthy state. Your well-being is, after all, up to you. Western medicine typically treats the symptoms, but not the underlying cause. Drawing from many healing traditions, Bugs Eating You will enable you to build and maintain your innate resilience and (viruses excepted) remove the actual cause. I’ll give you a gentle protocol to purge any nasties currently holding interest in your flesh. Then, because you don’t want them back, I’ll detail how to defend yourself against their return by improving your resistance and decreasing your exposure. Good riddance!
Table of Contents
Bugs on the Rise
Pathogenic Parasites You Don’t Want
3. Fungi (Yeast and Molds)
4. Intestinal Parasites Flukes, Protozoa & Worms)
Treating Bugs with Drugs is Hopeless
Purge Bugs with Natural Remedies
1. Oxygen Therapies
2. Colloidal Silver
Prevent Pathogens from Coming Back
1. Enjoy Bug-Protective Foods and Culinary Herbs
2. Minimize Parasites in Your Environment
3. Maintain a Strong Immune System
4. Helpful Supplements and Digestive Aids
5. Don’t Eat Parasites!
A-Z Lists of Parasitic Diseases
Before and After Symptom Questionnaire