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Dr. Oz Parasites In Our Food And The Air We Breathe

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Dr.Oz September 29th Today On Show Dr. Oz Are Parasites In Your Food, In The Air You Breathe.

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If you think for one moment that parasites only affect those in underdeveloped countries, you are wrong. Parasitic infection and disease is common everywhere, even in places where sanitation, personal hygiene and safe food-handling practices are routine. 1 out of 4 people have parasites living inside them. They can invade your body silently through your eyes, mouth, and even cracks in your skin. These nasty parasites have hooks that latch onto your intestinal track, lay eggs and travel through the body, even to the brain.

Signs And Symptoms Of Parasites In The Intestine


Having these parasites in our intestines will cause weight loss, stomach pain. You could possibly find eggs sacs in the toilet once having a bowel movement. If you do they will float to the surface of the water in the toilet bowl.

This is prominent in the Southwest parts of the states, as well as pretty much everywhere else.

There are a wide variety of parasitic infections that cause disease in humans. It can range from slightly annoying to life threatening, seriously!

How To Keep Parasitic Diseases Away


Cook beef, lamb, veal roasts and steaks to 165°F. Cook pork, ground meat, and wild game to 165°F. To Kill parasites in fish and parasites in shell fish cook it to 145 F, Cook poultry to 180°F , test in the thigh. You can also freeze meat for a few weeks before cooking. Avoid unpasteurized milk and dairy products. Wash hands thoroughly and frequently with soap and water. Wash cutting boards, dishes, counters, utensils, and hands with hot soapy water after contact with raw meat, poultry, seafood, or unwashed fruits or vegetables. Don't drink water or use ice made from lakes, rivers, springs, streams. Do not drink untreated tap water during community-wide outbreaks of disease, Heat water to a rolling boil for at least 1 minute or use a NSF-rated filter that has an absolute pore size of 1 micron or smaller.

Dust Mites Bed Bugs Feces Matter

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Dr. Oz cut open a pillow and with a microscopic image of it, the dust mites were so many and so close together it was disgusting. They feed of dead skin cells. They are in our mattress. My skin is just crawling!

Dr. Oz recommended 1 Micron Pillow Cases - hypo allergenic pillow covers and hypo allergenic mattress covers because they suffocate the mites. Wash the pillow covers at 130 degrees water, and dry at the highest setting of your dryer.

Bed Bugs

The bedbug is an insect of the family Cimicidae - feeding on the blood of humans and other warm-blooded hosts. Its name comes from its preferred habitat: mattresses, sofas, and other furniture. Although not strictly nocturnal, bedbugs are mainly active at night.



Bed bugs can virtually live in any area of your home. They can live in tiny cracks in furniture as well as on textiles and upholstered furniture. Bed bugs tend to be most common in areas where people sleep and generally in beds, including mattresses, box springs, and bed frames. Other places where bed bugs often reside include curtains, the corners inside dressers and other furniture, cracks in wallpaper (especially near the bed). Bed bugs can live for months without feeding, they can also be found in vacant homes.

On a t.v. remote control there was invisible feces matter on that, spray with disinfectant sprays and wipes, and you can buy remote covers that come in 25 in a package for ten bucks.

Types Of Parasites In The Body

Ascariasis (roundworm) - The eggs produced by roundworms living in soil are transmitted to humans when they are swallowed. Infection occurs through ingestion of food contaminated with feces containing Ascaris eggs. The larvae hatch, burrow through the intestine, reach the lungs, and finally migrate up the respiratory tract. From there they are then reswallowed and mature in the intestine, growing up to 30 cm (12 in.) in length and anchoring themselves to the intestinal wall.
Infections are usually asymptomatic, especially if the number of worms is small. They may however be accompanied by inflammation, fever, and diarrhea, and serious problems may develop if the worms migrate to other parts of the body.

Pediculosis (lice) - We all Know that Lice can infect the human head, body and pubic hair. Lice are spread by close contact with another infected person or contaminated furniture or clothing.


Giardiasis (giardia) - Giardiasis comes from drinking or coming into contact with water, feces (human and animal), food, hands or objects contaminated with the giardia larvae. Giardiasis can cause greasy stools, diarrhea, abdominal cramps, weight loss and dehydration.


Trichomoniasis (trich) – sometimes referred to as "trich", is a common cause of vaginitis. It is a sexually transmitted disease (STD). It is caused by the single-celled protozoan parasite Trichomonas vaginalis. Trichomoniasis is primarily an infection of the urogenital tract; the most common site of infection is the urethra and the vagina in women. trichomoniasis, a common vaginal infection, is the most common parasitic infection in the US.


Cryptosporidiosis (crypto) – Cryptosporidiosis infects the gastrointestinal tract causing life-threatening diarrhea, particularly in immunocompromised people.
It affects the intestines of mammals and is typically an acute short-term infection. It is spread through the fecal-oral route, often through contaminated water. The main symptom is self-limiting diarrhea in people with intact immune systems. In immunocompromised individuals, such as AIDS patients, the symptoms are particularly severe and often fatal. Despite not being identified until 1976, it is one of the most common waterborne diseases and is found worldwide. The parasite is transmitted by environmentally hardy microbial cysts (oocysts) that, once ingested, exist in the small intestine and result in an infection of intestinal epithelial tissue.

Toxoplasmosis – Up to one third of the world's human population is estimated to carry a Toxoplasma infection. It is transmitted when infected undercooked meat is eaten. The primary host is the cat family. Animals are infected by eating infected meat. Cats have been shown as a major reservoir of this infection. It can cause mild aches and pains and severe damage to the brain, eyes, or other organs.

Scabies (mites) – These mites upon infesting a human host, the adult female burrows into the skin, where she deposits 2-3 eggs per day. Scabies is contracted through skin-to-skin contact with an infected person and can be also be acquired during sexual encounters.


Enterobiasis (pinworm) - Is cause by a roundworm (nematode) and infects the colon and rectum. Female pinworms crawl out of the intestines through the anus and deposit their eggs on the surrounding skin, usually when a person is sleeping. The symptoms may include painful itching around the anus, vagina, restless sleep, poor appetite, skin rash, and failure to gain weight
The itching will often lead to re-infection as the eggs are captured under the fingernails, and eventually reintroduced orally.

3 types of parasites that feast at the human table that cause human diseases

Protozoa – Protozoa are one-celled organisms that live and multiply in the blood or tissue of humans. They infect the body via mosquitoes and flies, and are found in soil and water.
Helminths – Helminths are parasitic flatworms, flukes, tapeworms, thorny-headed worms, roundworms and pinworms. They live in the gastrointestinal tract, blood, lymphatic system and other tissues.
Ectoparasites – Ectoparasites are ticks, fleas, lice, and mites that live on the surface of a human host and attach or burrow into the skin.


Women Lost Half Her Size, And Has A Weight Loss Plan To Share With Everyone.


Debbie the lady who lost the weight got so depressed she spent 6 months in bed. She was on blood pressure medications, her blood pressure was 190 over 90, her cholesterol was 308, heart palpitations,and bad knees fro being so over weight. She claims her wake up call was when she watched Dr. oz show on belly fat! Her waist was 44 inches, her weight was 305 lbs. All this together through Dr. Oz's Real age was 71 years.

Debbie's waist size now is 32.5, her blood pressure is now 98/54, and no longer needs blood pressure medication. Her cholesterol is now 142. Debbie now weighs 164 pounds. Her real age dropped from 71 to 48 according to Dr. oz.s real age.

Debbie's weight loss secret was for breakfast she ate steel oats and fresh squeezed or juice. For lunch she has spinach salad with lots of coloured veggies and fresh fish. For Dinner Debbie always has a grain of either rice or coucous, fish and lots of coloured vegetables and broccoli. Her snacks consisted of butter free popcorn. She ate an apple on her way to work in the morning and an apple on the way home from work. She ate walnuts and seeds at night for her snacks because they were filling and would hold her til the next morning.

Debbie's big secret was using an Air Stepper , she purchased it for 99.00 and used hand weights while she exercised on her air climber. This is the exercise and nutrition program Debbie and Dr. Oz shared with the audience today on the Dr.Oz Show.

Dr.Oz Talks On Acid Reflux And Heartburn


To prevent acid reflux and heartburn, foods not to eat are peppers, onions, garlic, chocolate, and wine because they relax the angle of the esophagus to the stomach which is not a good thing. Gum is good for it releases saliva.