What Worms Love


Parasites, just like you and I, have favorite foods, environments and activity levels.  In the last few weeks, we’ve been learning about what parasites are, where they come from, and common symptoms people with parasites experience.  Our Worm Out parasite cleanse helps the body to naturally rid itself of these invaders.  There are also several dietary and lifestyle choices that can either encourage or discourage parasites to make you their home!

When we eat things that worms love, we’re encouraging them to stay.  As TriLight founder, Lyle Bennet uses the analogy of our body as a comfortable home where the visitors are fed sweets and snacks. The visitors take this as a signal to make our body a nesting ground.  When we disrupt this and make the parasites unwelcome we begin the path of clearing them out!  The first thing the Worm Out protocol has you do is weaken the parasites with garlic and cleansing foods.  This helps them to release their hold on your body.

In general, the American diet is filled with too many sweets, both natural and artificial sweeteners, refined carbohydrates, greasy food and junk food.  Worms LOVE these foods.  Especially the sweets (including fruit), grains, and carbs.  Eliminating these foods (including in drinks) will drastically help decrease the parasites hold and power in your system.  Worms also thrive in bodies which are sedentary, Americans sit more than they are active which allows the worms to thrive.  

Once the foods worms love are removed, we can focus on cleansing foods and herbs that worms don’t like.  This includes: leafy greens, pumpkin seeds (especially raw seeds which have been sprouted), garlic, onion, coconut oil, raw apple cider vinegar, and veggies.  Lots of water should also be consumed when riding the body of parasites.  Not only will this help flush the toxins that they dying parasites will leave, it will also help the body to be able to pass the parasites more effectively in the stool.  

Worm Out is made with a specially formulated blend of herbs which help flush out the worms.  These are powerful anti-parasitic, anti-fungal herbs.  The herbs included are:

Black Walnut Hulls, Wintergreen, Cinnamon, Pau d’Arco, Thyme, *Chamomile, Burdock, Catnip, Wormwood and *Cloves in a base of Kosher Vegetable Glycerine and Reverse Osmosis Water.

I hope the last several posts have helped you gain an understanding about parasites.  Starting next week I’ll share my first-hand experience of using Worm Out for the first time with myself and my son. Please feel free to reach out via trilightblog@gmail.com

With any other questions or comments you might have.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Amanda lives in Boulder, CO with her husband and son.  In addition to blogging and social media for TriLight she works as a Virtual Assistant with several other businesses. She enjoys studying about herbs, essential oils and natural remedies. Currently she is taking a comprehensive herbalism program. In her free time she enjoys crafts, the outdoors, bullet journals, hand lettering, the Denver Broncos and Colorado Mammoth Lacrosse.  She’s currently following the Autoimmune Protocol (AIP)  and can often be found cooking. Recently her family purchased a vintage Airstream which they plan to renovate and live in full-time so they’ve been busily downsizing, and working to become a Zero Waste household.  Feel free to hop on over to her blog and learn more!   
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