A few food sources can help you win the parasite war. Whether or not you have a sickness or symptoms, the combinations in these foods can help remove any potential invaders and even increase your resistance.
. Garlic is well-known for its antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, and studies have shown that it can aid in the elimination of parasites, particularly nematodes.
. For many years, people have used onions as a traditional parasite treatment. Onions contain sulfur metabolites that assist parasites to inhibit chemicals that are necessary for their survival. Garlic and onions should be eaten together for optimum results.
. Pumpkin seeds have a high concentration of compounds that are particularly effective against tapeworms and nematodes. They assist in the death of parasites, preventing them from clutching the dividers of your stomach-related plot and allowing them to pass through your stool. Add a small handful of pumpkin seeds to your daily plate of mixed greens, or have a scramble of them as a snack.
. Papaya seeds can help you get rid of parasites in your intestines. When eating papaya, try not to discard the seeds, and make sure to drizzle some honey on top for good measure.
. While there have been no direct studies linking carrot consumption and parasites, there are theories that low levels of vitamin A and beta-carotene are linked to parasite diseases in dairy cattle. There's no harm in incorporating more new vegetables into your diet; simply sprinkle crushed carrots into your mixed greens to ensure you're getting plenty of vitamin A and beta-carotene.
. As if you needed another reason to eat coconut, it can also help you fight parasites. Studies have shown that the medium-chain-unsaturated lipids in coconut can kill the intestinal parasite Giardia, which is responsible for the runs. Coconut oil can be used to sauté vegetables and meats, or it can be mixed into your favorite smoothie.
. Sunflower seeds are high in nutrient E, and research shows that nutrient E can help domesticated animals with insusceptible protection from nematode contamination. This means that nutrient E-rich foods like sunflower seeds can help you fight parasites by increasing your resistance to them. As a sound tidbit, appreciate a modest bouquet of sunflower seeds.
. Honey has antimicrobial and antibacterial properties that can aid in the fight against microbes. Furthermore, unrefined nectar provides a plethora of cell reinforcement intensifiers that can assist your natural insusceptibility, which can aid in parasite management. Sprinkle papaya seeds, coconut yogurt, pumpkin, and sunflower seeds over top for the best results.
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