So I just added Google Adsense to one of my blogs last night. Guess what the first ads contained! You guessed it! All of them were ads for human and pet parasites. How disturbingly cool is that? Yes, that was rhetorical.

I actually visited one of the sites advertised on my own blog, just to see what it would show. I got more than I bargained for. Somebody started doing a colon cleanse and took their digital camera into the bathroom every time they had a bowl movement. They took pictures of some of the nastiest stuff I have ever seen. It looks like foot-long stringy rubber.

Sorry, I know that I’m being unusually graphic and improper, but it was a powerful testimonial. You get to see pictures and read journal entries, following this timeline of the entire cleanse.

Why do I even bring this up? Because from what I’ve been reading, as much as 1 out of every 2 people have parasites of some sort. These parasites are ingested through food and water, and they cause all kinds of problems including constipation, chronic fatigue, bleeding, irritable bowel syndrome, severe gas and bloating, weight gain, acid reflux, stomach pain, diverticulitis, as well as skin and hair problems.

To learn more about parasites, common ailments, and treatment options, visit DrNatura on the web at Intensely grotesque pictures of parasites and parasite removal journal entries can be found here as well.

One response to “Parasites and Colon Cleansing Ads”

  1. A new report suggests that abnormal bacterial fermentation in the digestive system may cause the cramping, diarrhea, and excess flatulence associated with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).Chronic constipation relief is one thing that British researchers placed six healthy control women and six women with irritible bowel syndrome on an “exclusion” diet designed to eliminate foods suspected of causing IBS-like symptoms to collect data.

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