Here's what you should know about parasites:
The parasites are very small and go everywhere. They feed on the blood of animals and then on us. People with a weak immune system are more likely to be bitten by parasites and become ill. They are found in the soil, food, water, dust and dirt. They do not live in or on the body, so they don't affect our health. They are usually present in a single infected person or group of people, so it's not as if they make you sick. Because of this, it's better to get the right kind of food and drink and clean the house with regular soap and water and clean the area around your home with a bleach and hot water rinse instead of using insecticide sprays. It's also better to buy organic food and organic foods that have been grown with the right kinds of chemicals. Some people think that a parasite is the same as an amoeba or a worm or some other parasite. In fact, all parasites are actually the same in their structure and that means that they can be spread easily by ingestion, skin, or mouth. That's why it's best to get a good parasite test and then follow up with a home treatment and follow up with treatment.