How Prebiotic And Probiotic Fibre Help to Prevent Parasite Infection

Writen By: Billy Chiam 19 Apr / 2016

During my roadshow event at Kovan Heartland Mall today, I followed up with a client who purchased from us 1 box of 65FruitieFibre product few days ago during our roadshow event.

She have a 10 years old son, who suffered from constipation issue which bothered her. After she let her son consumed for a few days, she realised that her son now have better bowel movement, but his poo have some parasites worms on it.

That means her son constipation is caused by bad parasites infection and our probiotic fibre product is effectively doing the job.

Probiotic fibre are responsible for building a defensive wall around your intestine wall, thus prevent the bad bacteria or parasites from attaching to your intestinal wall.

Having a parasite can be a scary thought, but you're not alone; parasites are far more common than you think. It’s a myth that parasites only exist in underdeveloped countries. As you will see, parasites can causing a myriad of symptoms, only a few of which are actually digestive in nature.

What is a parasite?

A parasite is any organism that lives and feeds off of another organism. When I refer to intestinal parasites, I’m referring to tiny organisms, usually worms, that feed off of your nutrition.

Some examples of parasites include roundworms, tapeworms, pinworms, whipworms, hookworms, and more. Because parasites come in so many different shapes and sizes, they can cause a very wide range of problems. Some consume your food, leaving you hungry after every meal and unable to gain weight. Others feed off of your red blood cells, causing anemia. Some lay eggs that can cause itching, irritability, and even insomnia. If you have tried countless approaches to heal your gut and relieve your symptoms without any success, a parasite could be the underlying cause for many of your unexplained and unresolved symptoms.

How do you get parasites?

There are a number of ways to contract a parasite. First, parasites can enter your body through contaminated food and water. Undercooked meat is a common place for parasites to hide, as well as contaminated water from underdeveloped countries, lakes, ponds, or creeks. However, meat is the not the only culprit. Unclean or contaminated fruits and vegetables can also harbor parasites. Some parasites can even enter the body by traveling through the bottom of your foot.

Once a person is infected with a parasite, it's very easy to pass it along. If you have a parasite and don't wash your hands after using the restroom, you can easily pass microscopic parasite eggs onto anything you touch, the door handle, the salt shaker, your phone, or anyone you touch. It's also very easy to contract a parasite when handling animals. Hand washing is a major opportunity to prevent parasite contamination and transmission. Traveling overseas is another way that foreign parasites can be introduced to your system. If you consumed any contaminated water during your travels, you may have acquired a parasite of some kind.

10 Signs You May Have a Parasite

  1. You have an explained constipation, diarrhea, gas, or other symptoms of IBS
  2. You traveled internationally and remember getting traveler’s diarrhea while abroad
  3. You have a history of food poisoning and your digestion has not been the same since.
  4. You have trouble falling asleep, or you wake up multiple times during the night.
  5. You get skin irritations or unexplained rashes, hives, rosacea or eczema.
  6. You grind your teeth in your sleep.
  7. You have pain or aching in your muscles or joints.
  8. You experience fatigue, exhaustion, depression, or frequent feelings of apathy.
  9. You never feel satisfied or full after your meals.
  10. You've been diagnosed with iron-deficiency anemia.


The signs of a parasite can often appear unrelated and unexplained. As I mentioned previously, there are MANY different types of parasites that we are exposed to in our environments. I typically see parasites causing more constipation in patients than diarrhea, but some parasites are capable of changing the fluid balance in your gut and causing diarrhea. Trouble sleeping, skin irritations, mood changes, and muscle pain can all be caused by the toxins that parasites release into the bloodstream. These toxins often cause anxiety, which can manifest itself in different ways. For instance, waking up in the middle of the night or grinding your teeth in your sleep are signs that your body is experiencing anxiety while you rest. When these toxins interact with your neurotransmitters or blood cells, they can cause mood swings or skin irritation.

How to Test and Treat Parasites

By just consuming our 65FruitieFibre Probiotic fibre product, it will help to release the stubborn parasites which infect the colon.

If the stools have the parasites, that means our probiotic fibre are performing its duty to get rid of them and thus protect your colon.

A healthy gut makes a healthy person.

Probiotics Singapore - 65FruitieFibre® Pre and Probiotics Fibre Singapore is the most effective weight loss and detox solutions. It will give you frequent bowel movement which is very important to keep you healthy and prevent you from diabetes, control eczema, prevent skin problems, prevent constipation, prevent colon cancer, prevent parasite infection and all kinds of critical illness, it will also help to reduce high uric acid level in urine.

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Last Update 2016-12-20 08:22:42