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Parasites

Parasites are organisms that need a host in order to thrive and perpetuate their species.
This dependence is solely for the survival of the parasite and contributes nothing positive to the host. Should this one-way association rarely result in the death of the host, thereby killing the parasite itself, it comes about purely as an accident since suicides are limited only to humans.

We regularly treat our dogs, cats, cattle, horses, sheep and so on for parasites and worms yet we would never admit that we might need to treat ourselves. Why even veterinarians who deal with parasites all the time and should be well aware of their impact on health, do not consider it necessary to treat themselves.
It could well be that the drugs used for the treatment are somewhat toxic and with unpleasant side effects that animals cannot convey to us.

Parasites usually exist in three stages: adults in the gut, they lay eggs also in the gut and the eggs hatch into hatchlings which are as small as white blood cells and travel through the gut wall lodging anywhere in the body including the brain, liver, kidney and so on.

Parasites do not have a digestive system of their own and rely on our digested food to thrive. Anything that feeds has to excrete waste and the waste produced by adult parasites in the gut includes a chemical called phenol. Phenol will result in the breakdown of the gut lining which creates gaps in the mucous membrane allowing rubbish to enter the circulation creating inflammatory conditions both within the gut – Dysbiosis, colitis and so on – and in distant regions of the body – arthritis and so on. 
The hatchlings produce ammonia, a direct brain irritant, which is responsible for mood changes, irritability, sleep disturbances, brain fog and so on.

Parasites also produce a potent growth hormone which boosts the growth of the hatchlings to attain adulthood quickly. This same hormone boost could also affect our own normal cells resulting in benign tumours. When it affects already cancerous cells, this could lead to the formation of malignant tumours. Remember these hormones do not cause cancer but help cells to divide and increase in numbers.

Treatment must be aimed at controlling the parasites to ensure our immune system is not overwhelmed and that balance is restored.

The conventional stool tests for parasites are never conclusive since in order to determine their presence they need to be stained, and they are so diverse and react differently that we need to know what parasite is present first before we can stain it properly to prove it is there! 
 
An Integral Health DNA Hair Test not only can identify the epigenetic factors which possibly give rise to cause/causes of an imbalance in the body and the potential for signs and symptoms of disease; it is also able to highlight the nutrient and lifestyle recommendations specific for each unique individual, helping to ensure they are able to achieve optimum health - naturally.

Click here to download your Integral Health Hair Test form and attach three to four strands of your hair from anywhere on the body.  We must have the root on at least one of the hairs, that is the white or black bulb on the end of the hair.   Simply Cellotape the hairs in the space provided on the Integral Health Hair Test form and send it to us at: Integral Health, Suite 215, 14 Chertsey Road, Woking, GU21 5AH along with payment of £130 (retest £95) made out to 'Integral Health' or click Hair Test Payment for other methods of payment.  

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