Diagnosis depends on the symptoms. Intestinal worms can be
searched from a stool sample. If the feces only contain
microscopic parasite eggs, confirmation can be difficult. Many parasites also have very similar eggs making it hard for your
doctor to distinguish. Worms in other parts of the body can be
examined with Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scans and
X-rays. Protozoan parasites are usually identified either from
a blood or a stool sample.
Infected body is filled with poisons and harmful stress
hormones. Exercising is a good way to keep blood and
lymphatic fluids flowing. White blood cells also travel to
infection areas quicker. Faster metabolism helps to get rid of
toxins. Sweating and urinating are quick ways to excrete
poisons. Diarrhea can be compensated by drinking enough.
Vegetables and other healthy foods contain vitamins and fiber.
Vitamins protect cells and fiber sweeps the gastrointestinal
tract clean. Garlic, Black-Walnut hull, cloves and Wormwood
are natural herbs damaging parasites and their eggs.