We get it. Nobody wants to acknowledge that they may have parasites! However, ignoring an uncomfortable issue doesn’t help address it.

Through Quantum Nutrition Testing, we have been able to identify parasite issues in roughly two-thirds of our patients over the years. While we are not “diagnosing” or “treating” the parasites, we are supporting the body’s natural ability to handle these unwelcome guests.

If you have ever noticed any of the following, you might have parasites:

  • Strange shapes in your bowel movements (rice-like, long strings, clumps of small orbs, etc.)
  • Chunks of goo in your bowel movements (biofilm)
  • Joint pain that comes and goes for no reason
  • Poor sleep
  • Skin issues that come and go
  • Insatiable hunger

To combat these invaders, we have to first understand the enemy. Parasites come in all shapes and sizes and can live in any part of the body. They are more active at night and most active around a full moon.

One of their defenses is to build up a biofilm around them to hide from your immune system. A biofilm is like a mucous layer that develops over the parasites.

Part of the trick in attacking these guys is to break through the biofilm while also catching them while they are most active.

We have used several different protocols over the years, and we are most excited about what we are seeing with the CellCore full moon parasite cleanse protocol.

Do a quick search and find out when the next full moon will occur. Then, be prepared with the supplements and make sure you have enough supply to get through the whole series of days. (Always start with the Beginner plan and working your way up over successive months.)

If you are “lucky” enough to see some strange activity in your bowel movements or have any increased symptoms, keep doing this cleanse every month around the full moon. Only increase your dosing to the more intense programs if you felt the last one was not as productive or if you didn’t experience any negative effects (typically just minor issues such as loose bowels, cramping, etc.).

Keep going until you have a clear full moon cycle with no activity. From then on, it is advised to do another maintenance cleanse once every three to six months. Even if you have never experienced what could be a parasite issue, it is worth doing this cleanse once every 6-12 months as a preventative measure.

***Please Note*** We HIGHLY RECOMMEND starting with the Inflammation Drainage Protocol. You simply MUST ensure that the exit routes are open and functional before doing any kind of cleanse, especially when dealing with parasites. Follow this link to get our free digital booklet – https://academy.insidehealth.com/drainage-pdf.

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Follow this protocol carefully. Reach out to us with any questions.

The following is lovingly borrowed from a social media post:

Here are some descriptions of what parasites, biofilms, candida, etc, look like, when you pass them:πŸ¦ πŸ›πŸ‘€
πŸ”ΉοΈLiver flukes can live up to 24 years inside of you.😱 Older liver flukes tend to look like apple skins, or rolled up tomato skins. πŸŽπŸ… Younger liver flukes are more brown in color & look like little slugs, or pieces of mushrooms.πŸ„ Liver flukes can also look like little blueberries & have little antenna-like structures on them.πŸ‘Ύ There are also blood flukes, which are microscopic, so you won’t see those pass.
πŸ”ΉοΈRoundworms are long and skinny, like a pencil. ✏ They usually break apart & come out in pieces in your bowel movements. πŸ’© It’s more common to see them pass in one piece, when you do an organic coffee enema.πŸ˜‰ They can be anywhere from 4-24 inches long & are usually tan, brown, or nude color.
πŸ”ΉοΈTapeworms are usually flat, have ridges, & are thicker (like a piece of tape).πŸ˜‰ They can be multiple feet long, but typically break apart & come out in pieces, when you pass them in your stool.πŸ’©
πŸ”ΉοΈPinworms are usually very small & and white, but older pinworms can look like little sticks, or twigs.
πŸ”ΉοΈRopeworms aren’t actually parasites, but are biofilm, mucoid plaque, mucous, & die off that has formed into a worm-like substance.πŸ› Ropeworms usually have no rhyme or reason to their form (they can branch out everywhere & have many leg-like attachments).🦡
πŸ”ΉοΈWhipworms are usually thicker at the top & taper off with a skinny tail that curls up, like a whip.πŸ‘ They can be anywhere from 2-24 inches in length.
πŸ”ΉοΈCandida die off, biofilm, mucoid plaque, & other die off usually looks slimy, like mucous, or can have a cloudy look to it.☁️ Bio film is what the parasites & other pathogens create, so they can hide in, so it’s really good to pass that, too.πŸ˜‰ Better out, than in!πŸ’ͺ
πŸ”ΉοΈParasite eggs are going to be very small & most are not visible to the naked eye. πŸ‘€ Some can be seen, though. They look like little seeds & are usually black, brown, tan, or yellowish in color.
πŸ”ΉοΈHow can you tell if what you passed is a parasite, or if it’s mucous, biofilm, or the remnants of mimosa pudica?πŸ€” A parasite will be firm & all the other stuff will be jelly-like.πŸ‘