I read somewhere that it did, forgot where though, but it was recommended as part of the program to rid the body of parasites. -Makes a lot of sense since exercise obviously strengthens the body and immune system which is whatís needed to fight and prevent infections. I know I used to feel a lot better when I was more active, and after becoming more sedentary that seems to have contributed to when the infections set in. Iíve cut out the Sugar and thatís caused me to lose weight but I need to exercise too, I bet that would really speed things up.
I've wondered the same thing and have come to the conclusion that one should NOT exercise, at least not fervently, when parasite cleansing. Exercising breaks down the body, it doesn't build it up. When you run a marathon you feel tired and worn out at the end because the body has broken down. It's resting and proper nutrition that build it up later. This cycle is excellent when healthy, but IMO doesn't allow the body to heal while parasite cleansing. It creates too much physical stress. The energy spent on exercising and rebuilding could be better used to heal the already afflicted cells.
Occasional light exercise, however, would probably be beneficial while parasite cleansing. Get the lymph flowing and the blood moving. This may even accelerate the cleansing process. I'm normally very active, so I just do the occasional light exercises mostly for my sanity! This includes walking, short jogs, light weights. no more than 10-15 minutes of low level exercise.
I don't know anything about exercise killing the parasites but I wouldn't think that that does anything to them. Exercise could be helpful in other ways though.
Heavy exercise is not good especially if your body is depleted of essential nutrients. But a little exercise to get your lymph flowing and to help rid your body of the toxins is helpful. If you feel up to a brisk walk or very light jogging you could really benefit from the exercise. Especially when the toxins begin to build up, it helps me move this through my body. Drink lots of water too and that will help.
You may be correct because I'm no expert, but I recently read that the lack of circulation and oxygen contributes to conditions which encourage the growth of parasites. And exercise causes the blood to circulate throughout the body. I always thought becoming tired after exercise was a temporary and positive reaction to the blood circulation, increased oxygen & body strengthening process. From what I've seen the more you push yourself the stronger and healthier you become and so does your tolerance, increased endurance and a lesser tendency to tire after increased periods of exercise. I would not have normally thought so because I wasn't active growing up although I was thin. Then I spent some time in the service where we were constantly pushed to excess and I thought I was going to die because I was not physically fit. I also believe I may have had parasites since I had been diagnosed as a child & may not have been completely cured since we had pets. But because of the pressure to perform I kept going despite the pain & feeling tired & my physical skills become far better than I ever imagined. I could then think clearer, and looked great too.
Of course there are other ways of getting oxygen to the body, such as iodine. Heres an interesting article about how the lack of oxygen in the body creates an environment for parasites.
For years I was sedentary, though on occasion I accomplished projects where I worked flat out...with both brain and body.
My symptoms finally took me to a place where I was unable to move quickly in day to day tasks, though I still did major projects from time to time, some in sections, and some only stopping for short breaks. I found I liked keeping at, say, gardening, free to sit for a while when I really needed to.
My heavy work was hard on the adrenals, I believe. The areas at the sides of the waist ached at these times.
A few months ago I started helping, outdoors, sorting bottles and cans for recycling. Symptoms disappeared while working.
Part of the pleasure in doing this is that I work entirely at my own speed, and the task goes much quicker when there are two of us. I love the sun on my skin, the air, and the boost to the speed of my metabolism.
Work sessions usually last an hour, hour and a half, sometimes two...say, three times per week.
Another source of great pleasure, for me, is knowing our stash is sorted, tidy, and ready for the next load.
Yesterday I had an aha! moment. I realized that we operate in three different time warps...the future, the past, and the now.
This job is very much in the now.
And I carry the energy into other things I do.
I think working this way is beginning to up my metabolism quite nicely. It may sound odd but I sometimes measure my metabolism with beets...how long it takes them to pass, and now, whether or not they color my urine. Someone said that, when your system is operating at more efficiency, beets do not color urine. Well, six beets, eaten over 4 - 6 hours colored my urine only a tiny bit, the palest of pinks.
And, the aches/stiffnesses at the sides don't happen any more...from the movement, I believe. [Also from a distance bio-energy treatment, from a Domancic Method practitioner.]
My weight is coming down, slowly...which is pretty hard to do when one is 70...going on 32.
Parasite symptoms are slowly fading, as well, thanks to Humaworm and other good things I am doing.
I'm only guessing, as I take on things as I can, that it is total harmony that helps most...the key being to do appropriate things as each seems like a good idea.
Giving up bread, and anything with yeast, like vinegar, beer, etc., has been a great idea for me. Also things of the nightshade family...white potatoes, tomatoes, sweet peppers, eggplant, and tobacco. You'll find you can take them back, to some extent, as you get stronger.
Sugar, too, of course, is a no-no...though it is in so many things and I am not that rigid.
Slowly I am beating the parasite question, I believe. There are lots of parts to being well.