04 Nov 2012

Parasites Can Cause Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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Parasites Can Cause Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Parasites are any organism that has invaded and developed a non-mutual (parasitic) relationship with another organism of a different species, known as the “host”.  The parasite lives at the host’s expense, weakening its system and interfering with it’s health.  The parasite can then thrive increasing its fitness and rate of reproduction by stealing all the host’s resources.  This can eventually damage the host in so many ways causing a number of symptoms, including irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

IBS can basically be described as a list of digestive complaints that happen frequently, such as diarrhea, constipation, gas and bloating.  The main difference between IBS and IBD (inflammatory Bowel Disease) is that there has been no change in the structure of the bowel.  IBS is when there is a problem in the bowels ability to function optimally.  This leads us to parasites as one of the probable causes.

Our bodies have a plethora of microorganisms that live interwoven in and amongst our human cells.  Some of these microorganisms are extremely beneficial and some are at the bottom of disease.  Most parasites provide us with no benefit and only impede our health.  Parasites can easily enter into our systems through contaminated water and food, indoor pets, worldwide traveling, raw and undercooked foods, and the overuse of antibiotics.  Antibiotics are nonspecific and generally kill a lot of our good bacterial flora in our intestines. By disrupting this balance it allows for harmful pathogens to enter and gain control causing disease!

Symptoms of a Parasitic Infection:

  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhea
  • Constipation
  • Fluctuating bowel movements
  • Gas and bloating
  • Belching
  • Stomach Cramping
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Inability to digest fats
  • Food allergy and/or Intolerance
  • Insatiable Appetite
  • Food cravings, especially SUGAR
  • Over-weight or under-weight

In order to regain your health after contracting a parasite, it is necessary to treat, cleanse and heal your system.  Parasites have a complex life cycle that could involve more than one host.  The length of a parasites life cycle can vary greatly and it is suggested the minimum time for a parasite cleanse is 30-40 days.

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