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How to get rid of an uninvited guest

Spring clean your body!
Julie Wanner, CMA, AS, FIFHI Certified, Author of "Diabetes Can Be Sweet...Once You Bury It."

It’s that time of year when we clean out our clothing closets and make room for a new wardrobe. Sometimes, we donate our clothes that are outdated, no longer fit, or we just don’t wear anymore. This spring have you conquered your closet? If you have I send you my congratulations as this is not an easy task.

I believe that the spring time of year is an excellent occasion to get rid of any uninvited guests in your body. What uninvited guests? Parasites. What are parasites? Well, they certainly are not your friend. Everything living on you or in you and takes its food from you. It doesn’t matter what its size, it is still a parasite. Every human has parasites since they’re in the environment. If you do not have a plan to rid your body of these uninvited guests they will continue to multiply and cause disease in your body. The parasites love an unhealthy acidic body. This is the ideal host for them. Add in some pollutants to the body and the parasites can live a long happy life. Generations and generations of these uninvited guests will feed off of you as long as you let them.

If you have diabetes, it is crucial that you eliminate any parasites and balance your body’s pH. The body must become alkaline if you’re going to become healthy and disease free. Parasites have a hard time living in an alkaline body. However, parasites can live anywhere in the body. Some will even live deep in the tissues and pollutants can even create a cozy home for them to live in your body.

I know most people do not want to talk about this. However, would you rather have them in your body or out? If you answered out, then I would recommend you try Cumanda. Cumanda is an anti-parasite herbal supplement that kills off the uninvited guests. In addition, it will also lower your blood glucose. It is vital that you talk with your personal physician before taking Cumanda.

If you’re ready to spring clean your body of any uninvited guests, now is the time!

*Any information is not medical advice and should not be substituted for consulting with your own physician. These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. Any product listed here is not intended for use in treating, curing, or preventing any disease.

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