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Parasite Cleansing

Contrary to popular belief, having parasites in the gut is not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, parasites are some of the microorganisms that are present in our microbiome. In balance, some of them can help us, but others are harmful. Parasites and worms can cause a wide range of chronic and degenerative health problems including leaky gut. Any long-term program for almost every chronic disease and ailment should incorporate parasite cleansing alongside diet changes and other treatments. The most common symptoms of parasitic infection include constipation, gas or bloating, diarrhea, allergies, tooth grinding, aches and pains, fatigue, brain fog, irritability or mood swings, and sleeping difficulties.

Our practitioners can support you through a parasite cleanse with a follow-up we have a range of supportive products.

See below a list of Anti-Parasite Foods recommended to add to your daily dietary intake:

- Garlic & Onions - Sauerkraut & Kimchi

- Oregano - Apple Cider Vinegar

- Pumpkin Seeds - Pineapple & Papaya

- Coconut Oil

- Ginger, clove & pepper

Foods to Avoid - Sugar, Processed Foods, Alcohol, Wheat, Pork


Diatomaceous earth (DE) is an abundant natural source of Silica and contains a number of essential minerals. Silica is an essential component for making muscles, ligaments, cartilage, digestive tract, skin, hair, and nails healthy and happy. DE offers an alternative method for detoxing your body. Its naturally absorbent and abrasive nature makes it an ideal internal cleaner. As it passes through your system, it eliminates intestinal parasites, viruses, and toxic residues. As a food supplement, it can improve cholesterol, and enhance energy and mental clarity. It may also be an effective treatment for curing haemorrhoids, insomnia, arthritis, back pain, and more. The easiest way to add it to your diet is to put it into your hemp seed smoothie.

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