Having Trouble Losing Weight? Maybe You Have Worms In Your Stomach Causing Weight Gain - Intestinal Worms


This might be very shocking to you, but we live in a world full of parasites, and they survive better than almost every other creature that exists. These parasites cause all kinds of problems for living creatures, including weight loss and weight gain. The kinds of problems they can cause often depends on where they live in or on your body. When they live in your stomach and intestines, they are called intestinal worms, and they can make you gain weight or be unable to lose weight.

"Intestinal worms, also known as parasitic worms, are one of the main types of intestinal parasites. Common types of intestinal worms include: Flatworms, which include tapeworms and flukes. Roundworms, which cause ascariasis, pinworm, and hookworm infections." Source of quotation: "What Are Intestinal Worms?, 2017, Written By Stacy Sampson, Healthline: https://www.healthline.com/health/intestinal-worms


Source of image: http://discovermagazine.com/2015/july-aug/4-take-worms-call-me

Parasites have survived the ice age and they can survive temperatures that humans, animals, and even many insects can not. Some worms thrive in extremely cold temperatures and live in glaciers, whereas others, can go into a dormant, sleep like state for long periods of time, even thousands of years, if the temperature or the environment they are in is not one they can thrive in.


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"A pair of nematodes – roundworms – are apparently alive after they were frozen in permafrost for nearly 42,000 years...One of the worms was found near the Alazeya River in 2015 and is believed to be about 41,700 years old, according to the study published in the Doklady Biological Sciences. They were found about 11.5 feet underground." 
Source of quotation: "Russian worms frozen for nearly 42,000 years alive and well, scientists say", July 27, Written By Kaitlyn Schallhorn, Fox News: https://www.foxnews.com/science/russian-worms-frozen-for-nearly-42000-years-alive-and-well-scientists-say

Unfortunately, because parasites and worms need human, animal, and/or insect hosts (a host is what they eat; we are their food) to survive, they attach to us every chance they can get, so everyone has some parasites and worms. Some people who are more into health and detox will have less of them than others, but some more resistant ones will require more effort to get rid of them. Now you may be wondering:

How Do We Get These Intestinal Worms?

1. From Water


A lot of the water on Earth is contaminated and polluted because of trash getting into the water; because people urinate and go to the bathroom in the water, and because people bathe in the water, which will leave their dead skin cells, and the bacteria and germs on their skin in the water. Drinking unclean water, such as water from taps, fountains, rain water, pool water, or open sources of water like rivers and lakes, can lead to waterborne illnesses, so you should never drink from them. Only drink water that has been purified, such as bottled water.



"Rainwater is not as pure as you might think, so you can’t assume it’s safe to drink. Rain can wash different types of contaminants into the water you collect (for example, bird poop on your roof could end up in your water barrel or tank). Rainwater can carry bacteria, parasites, viruses, and chemicals that could make you sick, and it has been linked to disease outbreaks." 
Source of quotation: "Drinking Water - Rainwater Collection", CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/healthywater/drinking/private/rainwater-collection.html


2. From Eating Raw or Undercooked Meats


Even meat that seems fully cooked can have tapeworms in it because the worms were already in the chickens to begin with, so they can be cooked into the chicken. If you find something chewy and hard in your chicken that feels different from the rest of the chicken meat, never eat it because remember, parasitic worms can go into a dormant state because of very high temperatures, so once they are put into a new environment, the environment inside your body, they can wake up and start feeding on you. Wild animals are loaded with parasites so when we eat meat, we are also eating these parasites, so it is important to never eat raw or undercooked meats. Any meat you eat must always be well cooked. I only eat meat that has been baked in an oven for a long time or steak that is well done, almost burned.

"Taeniasis in humans is a parasitic infection caused by the tapeworm species Taenia saginata (beef tapeworm), Taenia solium (pork tapeworm), and Taenia asiatica (Asian tapeworm). Humans can become infected with these tapeworms by eating raw or undercooked beef (T. saginata) or pork (T. solium and T. asiatica)." 
Source of quotation: "Parasites - Taeniasis", CDC: https://www.cdc.gov/parasites/taeniasis/gen_info/faqs.html

3. From Eating Raw Sushi Or Undercooked Fish


I love Asian food, especially Japanese, Korean, and Thai food, so I do eat sushi, but the only sushi that I eat is cooked, such as crab, shrimp, and salmon skin, or I will eat vegetarian sushi such as tempura sushi and tamago/egg sushi. Crab always has to be cooked because they contain very dangerous parasites, such as Sacculina, that can do major bodily damage. These days, I rarely eat seafood anymore though because of the radiation now, but if or when I do choose to eat sushi, I make sure that it is never raw. 


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"The case of a previously healthy 32-year-old man from Lisbon, Portugal, is featured in the medical journal BMJ Case Reports this week. The man was suffering from a bout of stomach pain for more than a week, and experienced vomiting and a fever. When doctors questioned him about his symptoms and history, he revealed that he had recently eaten sushi. Doctors performed an endoscopy – a scope test that uses a tiny camera on the end of a long, flexible tube to view the upper digestive system – and discovered he had parasite larvae attached to the lining of his stomach wall. The culprit: Anisakiasis, a disease caused by parasitic worms. It is caused by the consumption of contaminated raw or undercooked fish or seafood..." Source of quotation: "Sushi parasite that embeds in the stomach is on the rise, doctors warn", 2017, Written By Mary Brophy Marcus, CBS News: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/sushi-parasite-anisakiasis-on-the-rise-doctors-warn/

Final Thoughts


All of this information may seem scary, but knowing this information will help you on your weight loss journey. Losing weight is more than just eating vegetables and exercising. Losing weight is about detoxing and cleaning out your body, which will help you expel these parasitic worms that are making you over weight or unable to lose weight. Losing weight or no longer continuing to gain unwanted weight means avoiding raw or undercooked meats, fish, and seafood, as well as exercising regularly and eating a better healthier diet. 


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