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My experience with the EquiLife Para Support Protocol so far

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Disclaimer: The information provided in this article is for entertainment and educational purposes only and is not intended replace medical advice. Always consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting any new health protocol or supplementation. Please remember that I’m not a doctor and am simply sharing my experience using these products. 

Hi hi! How are you? I hope you’re having a lovely day! We’re still off on our trip, but in the meantime, I wanted to share more about the EquiLife Para Support Protocol since I’m almost a month into the two-month program. I’ve been learning more about the implications of parasites and their prevalence in our lives, and I knew it was something I wanted to do. I had some symptoms that I wanted to see if I could resolve and have been pleasantly surprised by my experience so far.

My experience with the EquiLife Para Support Protocol so far

I’ve heard it said that, “If you have a pulse, you have a parasite,” and then can affect humans in various ways. It’s interesting that they’re so common – an estimated   but aren’t commonly treated or addressed in Western medicine.

Here are some common symptoms that may be due to parasites:

Digestive Issues:

Persistent diarrhea, constipation, bloating, gas, abdominal pain, and frequent nausea can be signs of a parasitic infection in the gastrointestinal tract.

Unexplained Weight Loss:

Sudden and unexplained weight loss, despite a normal or increased appetite, could be a symptom of certain parasites that interfere with nutrient absorption.

Fatigue and Weakness:

Feeling constantly tired, fatigued, and lacking energy, even after sufficient rest, may be a result of parasitic infections that disrupt nutrient absorption.

Skin Problems:

Itchy skin, rashes, eczema, hives, or the sensation of something crawling on the skin are possible indicators of parasitic involvement.

Changes in Bowel Movements:

Stool abnormalities such as greasy or oily consistency, presence of mucus or blood, and the appearance of worms or their eggs in the stool

Mental and Emotional Disturbances:

Parasitic infections can affect mental well-being, leading to symptoms such as anxiety, irritability, mood swings, and cognitive difficulties.

Joint and Muscle Pain:

Some parasitic infections can cause muscle aches, joint pain, and inflammation, resembling symptoms of arthritis.

Allergic Reactions:

Parasites can trigger immune responses, resulting in allergic reactions like itching, hives, or asthma-like symptoms.

Sleep Disturbances:

Insomnia, disturbed sleep patterns, or restless sleep may occur due to the body’s response to parasitic activity

It’s important to remember that these symptoms can be caused by various factors, and experiencing one or more does not necessarily indicate a parasitic infection. If you suspect a parasitic infection, it’s best to consult with a healthcare professional who can conduct appropriate tests and provide a proper diagnosis.

For me, my biggest symptoms were eye floaters – not more than normal but something that was bothering me – itchy skin, and sleep disturbances during the full moon. (I know it sounds woo but parasites can be more active with increased serotonin levels). A friend recently completed the protocol and highly recommended it, so I decided to go for it.

Here’s how it works:

You take 2 FloraFilm in the morning

4 Para Pro Support at night

2 Universal Binders before bed

and optional: eat an entire clove of garlic before bed.

Yes, I’ve been going to bed smelling like a garlic dragon for WEEKS. There aren’t any other nutritional guidelines, which makes the protocol easy to follow. I’ve been trying to just focus on more fresh foods.

*You can read more about it here.

What I’ve noticed:

– Actual parasites saying farewell. I’d seen pictures and videos of people passing parasites online, and while I didn’t check it under a microscope, it was definitely an interesting experience.

– Less bloating. I noticed decreased bloating in my face and stomach within a few days of starting the protocol.

– Less eye floaters. You guys know I’ve been dealing with some eye problems – turned out to be a combo of horrible allergies setting off inflammation + residual virus after having viral pink eye – and the first time I started to see improvement was after starting the protocol. It could have just been a coincidence, but it absolutely didn’t hurt things in my situation.

Cons:

– I with they included more nutrition guidelines with the protocol. You continue with your regular diet + the supplements.

Other than that, it’s been a pretty seamless experience for me. That’s not to say that some people do not experience “die off” symptoms or start to feel worse before they feel much better, so definitely recommend working with a practitioner. If you are experiencing health issues, or are considering any protocols, make sure your health foundations are in place and work with someone knowledgeable that you trust!

If you and your health team determine that this is a good fit, the link to this protocol is here and you can use FITNESSISTA10 for 10% off through the 30th.

Have a great day and I’ll see ya soon!

xoxo

Gina

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