Beat Parasites Naturally

Beat Parasites Naturally

Beat Parasites In your Body Naturally

Parasites can be found in nearly 50% of the American population.  These parasites make their way into our bodies through unclean water, shellfish, pork products and other forms of contaminated food.  The most common internal parasites that humans are commonly dealing with include tapeworms, Candida – yeast, and pathogenic bacteria.

Candida Albicans is a fungal yeast that occurs naturally in the human body. It naturally lives in harmony with a variety of other microorganisms and actually performs some important functions. The problem occurs when certain lifestyle based environmental conditions upset the balance of microflora in the body. This allows the yeast to proliferate and dominate certain regions of the body. Here are strategies to take to conquer Candida and destroy parasites in your body.


  1. Follow the Advanced Nutrition Plan:  Utilize the Cellular Healing Diet by avoiding grains/sugars/fruit and loading up on good fats, proteins, and non-starchy vegetables.

2.      Load up on Probiotics:  Good gut bacteria will compete with the fungal infection for nutrition and space inside the body.  Probiotics naturally secrete anti-fungal factors that destroy and inhibit Candida.  I recommend over 100 billion organisms daily.

3.      Use Raw Garlic:  One of the world’s most powerful anti-fungals.   Garlic contains many different substances with anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties, including allicin, alliin, alliinase and S-allylcysteine.   Due to the variety of substances, Candida will not develop a resistance to it like it does with many pharmaceutical drugs.   Chop garlic up and add it to food or use garlic capsules.

4.      Use Coconut Oil:  The medium chain saturated fat within coconut oil has incredible anti-fungal factors that destroy Candida.  The major fighters include caprylic, mystic, and lauric acid.  Eat 3 Tbsp of coconut oil daily and put this oil on your skin.

5.      Oregano Oil:  One of the most powerful anti-oxidants and anti-fungals.  Use 3 drops of Oregano Oil or a tsp of Oregano Terrain in a glass of water 2-3x daily.

6.      SuperGreens Powder:  High chlorophyll foods help to alkalize, cleanse, and purify the body.  The alkalizing affect will naturally destroy Candida.  Take 2-3 Tbsp of supergreens in water daily for best results.

7.      Colloidal Silver:  Silver denatures the enzyme involved with supplying oxygen to the microorganism.  This is powerful against bacteria, virus, and fungal infections.  Take 3 Tbsp of pure silver daily for 6 weeks to help kill of Candida.

8.      Apple Cider Vinegar:  This powerful vinegar is high in alkaline buffering minerals to help naturally alkalize.  It is also a great anti-septic that destroys infections on contact.  Put this on acne, fungal infections, hair (for dry skin/dandruff), and skin (excema).  Use it on food or dilute it with a Tbsp in a glass of water for alkalizing effects.

9.      Use Cloves:  Cloves have more anti-oxidants than anything else per volume.  They are also potent anti-fungals.  Use clove oil on fungal outbreaks on skin or take it orally.  Try 3 drops of clove oil in a glass of water, 2-3x day.

10.    Use Ginger:  Ginger is loaded with anti-oxidants and volatile oils that powerfully combat invading organisms.  Drink ginger tea throughout the day and put fresh or dried ginger in foods & shakes.    You can also use foods that are lacto-fermented with a ginger base.

11.      Maximize Your Nervous System:  Take great care of your body’s internal healing system.  Any sort of spinal stress and dysfunction damages the nervous system and interferes with the body’s natural healing abilities.  Be sure to keep good posture, maintain core strength, and seek out regular chiropractic adjustments.  Adjustments have been shown to increase immune function by over 200%, allowing the body to naturally rid itself of invading organisms.

12.      Keep Stress Levels Down:  High mental/emotional stress increases the release of the hormone cortisol.  High levels of cortisol suppress the immune system, allowing opportunistic infections to take hold.  Start your day with powerful anchors that empower you to be calm and collective under stress.  Minimize stressful interactions and take a break in your day to reengage yourself with positive affirmations, thoughts, & visions.

13.    Optimize Your Rest:  Your immune system does the majority of its best work at night while you are sleeping.  Be sure to get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night and take a 10-15 minute powernap in the middle of the day to keep your immune system elevated.

14.     Exercise Daily:   Regular exercise helps to oxygenate the body more effectively.  It also revs up the immune system.  The most advanced form of exercise is high-intensity bursts that last a total of 5-15 minutes.  Try warming up for 5 mins and then sprinting for 30s followed by a 30s walk for 5-10 minutes.

15.    Colon Cleanse:  Try to completely cleanse your colon and liver with a 3-day vegetable juice fast that incorporates milk thistle, ginger, turmeric, oregano, garlic, lemon, and other powerful herbs.  Drink lots of water with lemon during this cleanse.

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10 Responses to Beat Parasites Naturally

  1. Stacy February 26, 2014 at 1:15 pm #

    Is nutritional yeast ok for those with leaky gut, dysbiosis, and who have had exposure to toxic mold?

  2. Dr. Jockers February 26, 2014 at 1:17 pm #


    It can be but everyone is different. Nutritional yeast is a great source of B vitamins but some people react negatively to it. I would try it without anything else and monitor how you feel over the next 4-6 hours. Do this 3 days in a row and see if you notice any positive or negative side effects. This will help you understand how your body is tolerating it.

  3. ghada March 11, 2015 at 8:04 am #

    hi dr jockers ,iam suffering from h.pylori that bad bacteria in the stomach causes ulcers and stomach cancer any alternative treatment to avoid the huge amount of antibiotic the dr gave me as i heard the bacteria will make resistance to it and not prevent it from coming back ,i have the pain and the bloating in my stomach

  4. Dr David Jockers March 15, 2015 at 12:18 pm #

    Sorry to hear about your struggles with H Pylori and stomach ulcers. Here is a helpful article to help you understand more about this condition and what you can do to help you overcome this. Let me know if you would like to set up a long-distance consult to better explain everything and customize a program to help you beat this. Blessings!

  5. Anonymouse February 20, 2016 at 3:29 pm #

    I’ve been experiencing a rash on my hands for quite a while. Its been itchy at times but does appear to subside when I use a medicinal antifungal soap. About a year ago, I used to notice a couple of rashes on my chest and when I looked into it, it was thought that I might have a tinea corporis infection.

    Subsequently I followed the recommendation at the time which was to use tinactin and a shampoo with pyrithione zinc. After a couple of months I noticed the rashes on my chest were gone. It was only after several more months that I began to develop the rash on my hands. As I mentioned, I’ve been able to control the rash with antifungal soap, however it does seem to reoccur.

    After researching some info on parasites and its common symptomologies, I realized that I was exhibiting some of these symptoms, such as headaches, fatigue, and itchy anus at night.

    I’m not sure if this means that the ringworm infection I had came back or if ringworm could even cause these types of parasitic symptoms either, but now I’m a bit concerned.

    I’ve been thinking about a cleanse but don’t want to rush into something that doesn’t work.

    Whether its ringworm or not, could a parasite cleanse be helpful in this case?

    FYI: I’ve considered talking with my doc about it but really only want to go that route as a last resort because I’d rather treat this as naturally as I possibly can, never mind the fact that its already embarrassing to talk about.

    I would really appreciate any insight you might have based on my description. Thank you.

    • Dr. Jockers February 20, 2016 at 3:31 pm #

      Sorry to hear about this! Yes, it very much sounds like pinworms. I would recommend doing a parasite cleanse.

      • Anonymouse February 20, 2016 at 7:56 pm #

        Thanks for the recommendation. Some things I wanted to add: I’m currently trying to get over a sinus infection (ironically enough, I noticed that chronic sinusitis can be a symptom of a parasitic infection), so I’ve just been focused mainly on getting better for now, but I do have one other question…

        I’ve been reading up on the potential benefits of a “Ketogenic Diet” as mentioned on your site and I was wondering (once I recover from my sinus infection of course), would switching my diet to a ketogenic one also help me with my endeavor to rid my body of parasites?——-Or should I be more concerned with starting a cleanse first?

        (I’m a 35 yr old male whose 5’7″ and 127 lbs, but still have a little fat around the mid section and while I don’t exercise on a regular basis, I work in a fast-paced labor intensive job, so I definitely wouldn’t describe myself as a sedentary individual, but I know I still need to work hard on getting myself into an established routine of diet and exercise)

        • Dr. Jockers February 22, 2016 at 4:36 am #

          I would recommend using a modified ketogenic diet while you are doing the parasite cleanse to help get rid of them.

          • Anonymouse February 25, 2016 at 12:14 am #

            Sorry to keep coming back, but I’m afraid I don’t know what you mean by “modified” ketogenic diet?——-Modified in what way may I ask?

  6. Dr. Jockers February 25, 2016 at 5:13 am #

    Yes, you can read about cycling a ketogenic diet here:

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