THIS WEEK'S BLOG-Time to Spring Clean Your Gut?

Time to Spring Clean Your Gut of Parasites

Parasites—Global Travelers Without Passports

Have you ever contracted a stomach bug while traveling? Could parasites be involved in your stomach distress? One of the root causes may be a bug, bacteria, or parasite. However, you do not need to travel outside of the country to be affected. Parasites and bugs can be found in restaurants, gyms, schools, public places, and even, in local streams. Are symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), diverticulitis, or colitis impacting your wellbeing?

Gut Issues Caused by Parasites?

Traditionally, inflammatory gut issues have been deemed stress and diet-caused rather than by parasites. Coincidentally, thirty years ago, I became privy to life-changing information. In 1989, I was invited to a lecture by a renowned medical doctor from New York University Langone Health, whose specialty was parasitic infections. I never forgot his lecture:

  1. 85% of his patients with a parasitic infection also experienced inflammatory gut conditions.
  2. Parasitic infections responded to antibiotics 75% of the time. Therefore, his collaboration with master herbalists led to the creation of successful formulas to treat antibiotic-resistant bugs.
  3. When his patient’s parasite infections healed, their inflammatory gut issues reduced or cleared completely.

Latest Parasite Science

Nothing rings more true than when science collaborates with experience as I have observed clients over the years. A 2023 PubMed Article stated that in a case-controlled study of 152 people with ulcerative colitis (UC), 107 tested positive for parasites. Specific bugs were found in 83% of the UC patients. The study concluded that parasites played a significant role in inflammatory gut issues and ulcerative colitis. The article also stated that 20% of cancers are linked to parasitic infections. However, the oncologists from the Center for New Medicine in Irvine, California, postulate that the number of parasite caused cancer is higher.

If you observe the below symptoms, you may be hosting a bug, bacteria, or parasite:

  • Chronic fatigue
  • Brain fog
  • Bloating
  • Skin rashes
  • Joint pain
  • Anemia
  • Lack of energy after meals
  • Itching
  • Teeth grinding
  • Constipation or diarrhea

    What I Use to Control Parasites

    After working with various anti-parasitic formulas, I created Bugs Be Gone. In tandem with Happy Gut Cleanse, my clients and customers report substantial results. Linda Rogers shared this testimonial: “I dealt with microscopic colitis for five years plus constant diarrhea. I have been taking the Happy Gut Cleanse with Bugs Be Gone, and have lost 20 pounds of toxic waste. I could not be happier! I feel like my old self again.”

    Furthermore, Ms. Rogers has recently reported that her colitis symptoms disappeared since she began this protocol—and has lost 10 more pounds. If you choose to use diagnostic testing for parasites, bugs, or bacteria, use a reputable lab such as Genova or Diagnostic Research. Many parasites go undetected on lab blood tests and stool samples.

    Have Parasites Come to Visit—And Won't Leave?

    If ulcer-type symptoms or gastritis are bothering you, test for H Pylori—a stomach bacteria. H Pylori is the top cause of ulcers and gastritis. You can also take a H Pylori home test—many test options are available on Amazon.

    Low stomach acid makes an opportune environment for bugs. You prevent bugs, bacteria, and parasites by taking Enzyme Energy—I never eat sushi without Enzyme Energy. I invite you to join the Happy Gut Tribe live on TikTok on Fridays and Saturdays at 4 pm and Sundays at 5 pm PST.

    I wish you a warm, friendly, and bug-free spring!

    As someone who has suffered from numerous gut issues, this information was transformation—a missing piece of my gut-wrenching puzzle. Once I added anti-parasite herbal formulas to my daily routine, my bloating and brain fog diminished. Sadly, at that time, this information did not hit mainstream news.

    To your health,

    Julia Loggins,
    Author & Digestive Health Consultant,
    Santa Barbara, California

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