A parasite is an organism that depends on another organism known as a host. For example, tapeworms live in the digestive system of many animals or humans. It doesn’t have its own digestive system, so it absorbs nutrients through their skin from partially digested food as it passes through the host.
A parasite usually gains all the benefits of this relationship. In contrast, the host may suffer from various diseases, infections, and discomforts as a result of the parasitic attack. But in some cases, the host may show no signs at all of infection by the parasite.
The life cycle of a typical parasite commonly includes several developmental stages. During these stages, the parasite may go through two or more changes in body structure as it lives and moves through the environment and one or more hosts.
There are over a 1,000 species of parasites that could live in your body, yet tests are available for only approximately 40 to 50 types.
This week Shawn Stevenson interviews an expert on this topic, Dr. Keith Scott Mumby. What’s shared will enlighten and empower you. Ignorance is most definitely not an option when it comes to this topic.
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When you listen to the podcast below you’ll discover:
- Dr. Keith Scott Mumby’s story
- Why parasites are such a HUGE issue that no one is talking about.
- What’s the real threat here (in the U.S./ western society)
- What types of parasites are the biggest concern and where to they come from
- Are there tests to find out if your system has been compromised
- What are the symptoms associated with having parasites in the body
- How to protect yourself against them and what are some simple strategies to employ if you have them
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