Indianagirl- I suspect Dr. Wilsons program will eliminate the parasites over time. However I can't be sure. Read the article below as he talks about parasites. The limcomin will take care of infections according to Dr. Eck. My test results recommended the addition of 2 Cat's Claw per meal. This herb is known to eliminate deep seated infections. As Marie has posted the GB3 should also take care of parasites. I also eat a good amount of raw garlic with my supper meal.
I discovered a worm after a bm a few years ago. I had just started eating raw garlic as part of a detox. Ascaris are about 18 inches long so not hard to find if you are looking. I think I had had these for decades before I found the first one. The flukes are also visible as are the Tapeworm segments. So to this day I stir through my stool each day to make sure I have not been reinfected. They usually sink to the bottom and could easily go unnoticed. They are very careful to survive unnoticed in the host. The only way to know if you have them is to do a parasite detox at least a couple times per year. They will not exit the body unless you are taking something that kills them. If you click on my avatar you can read what I did to get rid of the parasites. Note that I often took double and triple doses and made my own paracides.
Dr. Wilson has recommended a great eating plan as far as I am concerned. I think the GAPS diet by Dr. Natasha Cambell McBride is the queen for healing leaky gut. This is where I got the 24 hour bone broth and kefir from. The SCD diet allows too many hard to digest foods and fruit which didn't really work well for me. In order to heal leaky gut a person must stop eating foods which cause damage to the intestinal tract. For many these are gluten, dairy and soy.
The egg drink I found online. Yes the eggs are raw but it tastes like an unsweetened hot egg nog. I had been reading up on the tremendous healing power of eggs. When I gave up fruit I needed a breakfast alternative. This works well for me but as I stated before it is very detoxifying and requires some getting used to. I love it because it is very easy on the digestive system as is the bone broth soup. So the only major meal that requires more digestion is the supper meal. I had a rib steak with sauteed vegetables last night. Soooo good.