An Often Overlooked Way to Improve Gut Health More and more researchers are discovering the importance of gut health when it comes to our overall health and well-being. There are many ways to keep the gut in good health, and most of them are related to diet and lifestyle. One often overlooked way to improve gut health is to cleanse the intestines and colon from the “bad stuff”, namely parasites, and candida fungus. Though many people are unaware of it, parasites are a common health issue that many people suffer from. A parasite is an organism that feeds off of the nutrients of its host, and though we may not like to hear it, we can easily become a host to various parasites and our health can suffer because of it. Some parasites are visible to the human eye, but many of them are microscopic. There is a huge misconception that parasites only exist in third-world countries or in tropical climates, but they actually exist in every climate and country, as they are part of almost every natural ecosystem. In fact, parasites are so prevalent that it is inevitable that we will come in contact with them. The key is not to stress over parasitic infection, but rather to be aware of it and to take the necessary steps to cleanse our bodies of parasites and to strengthen our immune systems so they can better protect us from these unwanted creatures. Parasite Detoxification A parasite detox cleanse is a method of eliminating parasites from the system using key herbal ingredients. These herbal supplements have strong anthelmintic (anti-parasitic) properties and have been used for centuries to help get rid of unwanted parasites. The herbs traditionally used for parasite cleansing include: • Green Black Walnut Hulls – Black walnuts contain antioxidant and antibacterial compounds in their outer shells, or hulls, making them useful for naturally treating parasitic and bacterial infections. • Wormwood – This herb has long been used for various digestive problems such as loss of appetite, upset stomach, gall bladder disease, liver disease and intestinal spasms. It also kills worms and intestinal parasites. • Fresh Cloves – Cloves contain eugenol, a powerful germicide, as well as caryophyllene, which has antimicrobial properties. Clove oil is also used to kill parasites and repel insects. Together, these three herbs make up what is known as Wormwood Complex and are useful for the detoxification of both the egg and the adult stages of 100 different internal parasites, including amoebas, giardia, many worms, and liver flukes. One very effective formula for doing this type of cleanse is Zuma Nutrition’s Parasite Detox Cleanse Formula, their formula takes it a step further than the traditional Wormwood Complex and is a high-grade concentration of these herbs extracted in organic cane alcohol making for a very therapeutic and effective dosage. Zuma Nutrition has a variety of very effective supplements that actually work, and have great information about nutrition, detoxification, and mind-body wellness. Gut health is one of the most important factors for overall health, and parasites are one of the most damaging influences on the health of our gut. One of the best things you can do to improve your gut health is to undergo a parasite detox cleanse. The cleanse is also greatly supported by drinking a lot of purified water, and consuming anti-parasitic foods such as pumpkin seeds, papaya, raw garlic, chilies, raw honey, bitter greens, probiotic rich foods, and others. Zuma Nutrition also has a great blog called “Parasite Detox Diet”, for more information on which diet to follow while on a cleanse. Remember, true health starts with yourself, when you begin to truly care for your body and mind and make the necessary choices that promote your well-being, avoiding the things that hinder your health or cause you to feel unhappy. The best way to experience health is through a holistic approach of balancing your mind, body, and emotions. As the gut plays such a critical role in all three of these aspects of our being, it is essential that we care for the health of our gut if we wish to lead happy and healthy lives. References • • • • •

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