What to Eat to Get Rid of Parasites
Wormwood is an herb that helps to kill big, adult parasites by making their environment unfriendly to live in. You can find it in tea, capsules and in concentrated liquid form.
This is a natural antiparasitic and antibiotic food; it also helps support bowel movements and bowel detoxification.
Cloves help to kill the parasitic eggs that are laid daily by adult parasites. These eggs can remain dormant for a while so it’s important to let them hatch and then destroy them using more cloves.
Black Walnut Hulls
This herb helps to kill large adult parasites wherever they are in the body.
Green leafy vegetables with high nutrient content and probiotics help the body to get rid of toxins.
Vegetables rich in anti-oxidants like cucumbers, tomatoes, carrots, sweet potatoes and blueberries help feed the body organs and glands infected with parasites.
Coconut oil contains about 50% of lauric acid, a saturated fat which is contained in coconut products. After conversion by the body it produces a substance that effectively kills parasites, viruses, yeasts, as well as bad bacteria in the digestive tract.
Apple Cider Vinegar
This is great for increasing stomach acids before your meals.
It will keep your stomach free from parasites and also ensure that you eliminate any larvae you accidentally eat during your meals.
The taste may take some getting used to. That said, it’s totally worth trying out.
This fruit has a powerful ability to destroy worms, such as tapeworms and most intestinal worms. To enhance its potency, peel off the skin before soaking in apple cider vinegar. Then eat 8 ounces of the papaya and take two ounces of this vinegar solution for four days.
Like garlic, green onions release an enzyme called alliinase when they’re crushed or cut. To prepare onions and avoid the ‘tear factor’ caused by onions, refrigerate them for one hour and then cut them using a sharp knife.
For an antiparasitic boost, juice the white section of the onions and add two sesame seed oil teaspoons. Drink twice a day for 3 days without any food.
This fruit contains an antiparasitic enzyme known as bromelain. Some studies show that a 3-day pineapple fast can help kill tapeworms.
Fish and organic meats
These high-quality protein sources can support your immune system and provide the body with the essential fatty acids needed for fuel.
Pumpkin seeds are usually used for eliminating tapeworms and roundworms. You can mash them and then mix with juice or chew them.
Carrots and carrot juice or cranberry juice (unsweetened)
You can dilute cranberry juice in water. Carrots or carrot juice kills parasites as well.
Fennel seed tea
This mild laxative can irritate certain kinds of parasites in the body.
You essentially flush them out with fluids in the process. If you have a sensitive stomach, be sure to ingest the tea in small doses so that you know it’s affect on your digestive system.
Spices like cayenne, chilies, horseradish, turmeric, cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, and cloves all make parasites disappear.
Add a kick to your parasite cleanse diet and you’ll feel the results quickly.
Some options that you can make at home include rejuvelac (a drink produced from fermented grains like wheat berries, and sauerkraut (fermented cabbage). You can also use probiotic supplements, which help kill the bad bacteria and replenish good bacteria.
What foods should you AVOID in a parasite cleanse diet?
Sugar feeds parasites and also eats up the supply of B vitamins and minerals in the body. A parasitic infection may lead to cravings for carbohydrates and refined sugar, so it’s best to avoid these kinds of food to starve parasites off their energy and fuel.
Refined carbohydrates like cakes, bread, cookies, cereal and pasta should be avoided. All of these lead to major fluctuations in blood sugar control and therefore put an extra strain on an already burdened system that’s infected with parasites.