Most Americans would probably adamantly deny being at risk for parasites. You’re a clean person, right? You wash your hands before eating… you don’t travel outside the country regularly… and you consume healthy foods.
But the presence of parasites could be the reason you continue to experience constipation or diarrhea… irritable bowels… bloating… strained bowel movements… heartburn… bad breath… and cramps.
According to James F. Balch, M.D., and Morton Walker, D.P.M., the authors of Heartburn and What to Do About It, 76 percent of the New York suburban patients they tested had at least one parasitic organism.
In fact you may have parasites if you:
?Eat fresh fruits and vegetables
?Drink tap water
?Work or live with children
?Have household pets
?Eat raw foods like sushi and steak tartare
?Take antibiotics and prescription or over-the-counter drugs
?Use public transportation
?Shake hands with people
?Eat fish or pork products not cooked properly
?Travel to foreign countries
Parasites love to set up camp in your dirty colon and go undetected for days, months, even years! To promote optimum colon health and live parasite-free, look for all-natural nutrients like cascara sagrada, senna leaf, black walnut bark and slippery elm bark.