Antiparasitic Diet

One of the best ways to help the body rid itself of parasites and keep the “temple of the soul” clean is to eat a diet that the parasite cannot survive on. Such a diet should include plenty of herbs, natural whole foods, plenty of nutrients, and no artificial stimulants. If you are experiencing symptoms such as indigestion, regular fatigue, excessive food cravings and unstable blood sugar, then make up your diet for 2 months with the obligatory addition of the following foods: Coconut. Contains about 50% lauric acid, a saturated fat. After processing it, the body releases a substance that effectively destroys viruses, yeast, parasites and bad bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. Apple vinegar. A small amount of apple cider vinegar before eating helps to eliminate the larvae of the worms, if any were present in the food. It may take some time to get used to the taste. Papaya. Tropical fruit has the ability to remove intestinal worms. A pineapple. The fruit contains the antiparasitic enzyme bromelain. According to a number of studies, a three-day fast on pineapple juice kills tapeworms. Pumpkin seeds. Known for their effectiveness in removing tapeworms and roundworms. They can be consumed whole, or in the form of urbech, also added to salads. Fennel tea. It has a mild laxative effect, destroying certain types of parasites. Spicy spices. Cayenne pepper, chili, horseradish, turmeric, cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, cloves – all this helps to cleanse parasites. Add spices to your daily meals. With the presence of the above natural products in the daily diet,

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