Archive for April, 2009

Colon Cleanse Reviews Colon Cleanse Products

Posted by admin on Tuesday 28 April 2009 Get colon cleanse reviews and discover which colon cleanse products are best for your unique situation.

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Domestic Colonic Cleansing Irrigation

Posted by admin on Tuesday 28 April 2009

The NEATCOLON is the first colon cleanse home equipment. For more information about it please visit

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Best Ways to Colon Cleanse : Finishing the Colon Cleanse

Posted by admin on Tuesday 28 April 2009

How to finish a colon cleanse in this free health video.

Expert: Kameron Gross
Bio: Kameron Gross is the owner of Hydrohealth in Encinco, CA and has been doing hydrocolonics for 10 years.
Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

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The Best Colon Cleanser Site Reviews: Acai Berry Elite

Posted by admin on Tuesday 28 April 2009 In this video, The Best Colon Cleanser Site reviews the herbal colon cleanse product called Acai Berry Elite to consider it’s value in weight loss, cleansing and detoxification.

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Intestinal Cleansing Parasitosis

Posted by admin on Tuesday 28 April 2009

Parasite: An organism that lives in or on and takes its nourishment from another organism. A parasite cannot live independently.

Parasitic diseases include infections by protozoa, helminths, and arthropods:

Protozoa — Malaria is caused by plasmodium, a protozoa, a single-cell organism that can only divide within its host organism.
Helminths — Schistosomiasis, another set of very important parasitic diseases, is caused by a helminth (a worm).
Arthropods — The arthropods include insects and arachnids (spiders, etc.), a number of which can act as vectors (carriers) of parasitic diseases.
The term “parasite” came from the Greek “parasitos” (para-, along side of + sitos, food) meaning “eating at the side of, as at the same table.” The sense of the term later changed to that of a poor friend or relative who lived at the expense of another. Not until the 18th century did “parasite” come into English as a biologic term.

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