Digestive issues are the most common thing I deal with in my clinic.
These can all be signs of a parasite infection, along with
There are a number of ways you can come in contact with a parasite
So who is at risk? Those with:
I am seeing more positive results for parasites than I used to. We used to associate parasites more with developing countries. I believe it is likely due to declining health of our digestive system, which in turn lowers our immunity and prevents our body killing off the parasite on first contact.
How do you know if you have a parasite? I use a stool sample test to determine the presence of parasites.
That’s where the work begins. Parasites can take time to get rid of. I use a combination of herbs and diets, working alongside your GP with specific antibiotics to target the parasite present. Then it’s all about healing he gut so that the next time a parasite won’t find it so easy to take hold
If you think you may have a parasite or have a confirmed parasite and need help, contact Carina for an appointment
To find out more, you can contact Carina at
T -(087) 0978880,
E - firstname.lastname@example.org
W - www.itsanaturalchoice.com,
A - Lisnolan, Manulla, Castlebar, Co Mayo, F23 C922
Carina Kennedy was formerly a Nurse, now a Nutritional Therapist and Herbalist living in the west of Ireland. Her passion is food, health and teaching clients to gain control of their life with simple techniques.