How to Tell If You Have Parasites In Your Body And How To Get Rid Of Them Naturally

Proper digestion and nutrient absorption greatly depend on beneficial gut bacteria, which is why probiotics positively affect your health. Health complications occur when these gut bacteria get out of balance as a result of improper diet, some medications, stress, contact with infected sources, etc.

There’s also some amount of yeast in the body, which when in normal limits poses no health threat. But, when it starts to grow out of limits, it affects overall health, including fertility in women.

Yeast thrives on carbohydrates and it can convert sugar into alcohol in the body. That’s why yeast proliferation gives symptoms like brain fog, lightheadedness, and nausea.

The treatment of yeast and parasites in the body includes the following steps. First, they have to be eliminated or flushed out of the body. In the end, the body self-regeneration process must be supported with healthy diet.

Where and how do you get parasites?
The main culprit of parasitic infections is poor hygiene.

Germ-infected food and water

Poor personal hygiene

Food, water and environment when travelling



Sexual intercourse

A weakened immune system makes the perfect environment for the growth of parasites. Plus, heavy consumption of carbohydrates, refined sugars, alcohol, heavy metals, and other toxins also contribute to the condition. Coffee, wheat, dairy and tap water make your body a favorable environment for parasites.

How to tell if you have yeast or parasites

The list of symptoms is long and includes the following:

Weakened immunity

Itching in the rectal area, especially at night

Frequent vaginal yeast infection

Sores on the lips or inside the mouth

Chronic fatigue

Difficulty sleeping and waking up

Toe fungus or athletes foot

Bloating and gas


Food sensitivity

Sensitivity to the smell of strong perfumes or cigarette smoke

Rashes or itching around genitals in men or women

Frequent bladder infections

Food cravings, especially for sweet or starchy foods

Intestinal cramps


Psoriasis or eczema

History of antibiotic use

History of steroid use including inhalant or asthma medication

History of contraceptive use

Brain fog or mental fuzziness

Irregular menstrual cycles including irregular periods, heavy bleeding, cramps, PMS, or anovulation

Anxiety or depression

Floaters or spots in the eyes

Muscle or joint pain

Constipation or diarrhea

Previous or current addiction to cigarettes

Ingestion of fluoride or fluoridated water

History of high carbohydrate intake

People suffering from these conditions are easily susceptible to yeast and parasites:



Multiple Sclerosis




Vitamin deficiencies

Chronic fatigue

Leaky gut syndrome

Kidney stones

Crohn’s disease

Eczema and psoriasis

Insomnia and sleep disorders

Digestive problems

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