To combat pains caused by gas or diarrhea eat more of the following foods: bananas, celery, carrots, fennel, chicory, cabbage, cucumbers, potatoes.


– Artichokes, best eaten raw, can be used to combat all types of intestinal infections. If you cook your artichokes, use the cooking water to prepare soups instead of throwing it away, since it is very rich in minerals.

– Raw pumpkin, served along with appetizers or added to soups and steamed vegetables, effectively combats enteritis and dysentery.

– Apples make an excellent intestinal antiseptic. They stimulate the secretion of a bacterial diastase, and help get rid of intestinal 234 parasites. If you have trouble digesting raw apples, you can prepare apple herbal tea: simply boil two or three peeled apples in a quart of water for 15 minutes, and drink as much as you like.

– Carrots are very good for your intestines, and help combat all kinds of intestinal problems, from diarrhea to parasites.

– Onions and garlic are both effective intestinal disinfectants.

– Yogurt is a natural way to re-stock your inventory of good bacteria. It can help treat and perhaps prevent intestinal infections or diarrhoea caused by bacteria such as Salmonella and E. coli.


Vitamin B9 protects your organism against intestinal parasites. Good sources include:

– spinach, broccoli, endive

– brewer’s yeast

– wheat germ

– liver

– peanuts, almonds

Smaller amounts of B9 in the form of polyglutamate are found in:

– sweetbreads, beef and poultry

– cheese and legumes

At the same time, try to eliminate most starchy foods and foods containing sugar from your diet, at least until the problem is resolved. Also be very careful about washing, storing and cooking foods properly, in order to prevent parasites.

Walnut oil salad

Although this remedy may not be effective in all cases, it should be tried as an initial treatment since it causes no side effects.

Eat a salad composed solely of potatoes, seasoned with 60 grams of pure walnut oil for your evening meal. Tenia parasites should be evacuated the following morning.

Remember to bring a stool sample to a lab to make sure that the entire tenia parasite has been evacuated (especially the head, which is abut the size of a pinhead).

You can also prepare a decoction of garlic in milk: boil a few cloves of garlic in milk for about 20 minutes.

Recommended foods

– garlic

– walnut oil and walnuts

– almonds, peanuts, walnuts

– asparagus, eggplant, broccoli, carrots, cabbage, watercress, endive, spinach, lettuce, parsley, leek, cabbage, pumpkin

– legumes (chick peas, lentils)

– pumpkin, gooseberries, rhubarb

– meat, poultry, liver, kidney, sweetbreads

– cheese

– wheat germ

– brewer’s yeast

Foods to avoid

– starchy foods

– fresh fruit and vegetables that have not been washed, or washed improperly

– sugar

– meat that has not been cooked properly