Vegetables and fruits



Only for 30-40 minutes will protect your products, water, personal hygiene items, clothes against viruses, bacteria, parasites, simplest funguses and mites at home.


Fresh fruits and vegetables can harbor large and diverse populations of bacteria. All vegetables and fruits that were ripening on the ground were quite often infected by the hookworms. The strawberry, parsley, fennel, watermelons, melons are most susceptible to infection by parasites. It is often possible to find whipworm in the cabbage of different types, and in the berries – cysts of Echinococcosis, especially if there are pets in the garden.

Hookworms are parasites. This means they live off other living things. Hookworms affect your lungs and small intestine. Humans contract hookworms through roundworm eggs and larvae found in dirt contaminated by feces. The eggs of these hookworms end up on the ground after passing through human feces. They hatch into larvae, which stay in the soil until they have a chance to break through human skin.

If you have a hookworm infection that lasts a long time, you could become anemic. Anemia is characterized by a low red blood cell count, which can lead to heart failure in severe cases. Anemia results from hookworms feeding on your blood. You’re more at risk of having severe anemia if you also don’t eat well, are pregnant, or have malaria.

Other complications that can develop from these infections include nutritional deficiencies and a condition known as ascites. This condition is caused by serious protein loss and results in fluid buildup in your abdomen.

Children who have frequent hookworm infections can experience slow growth and mental development from losing iron and protein.
In those infected by many worms there may be abdominal pain, diarrhea, weight loss, and feeling tired. The mental and physical development of children may be affected. Anemia may result.

The human whipworm is a round worm (a type of helminth) that causes trichuriasis (a type of helminthiasis which is one of the neglected tropical diseases) when it infects a human large intestine.

A whipworm infection is an infection of the large intestine caused by whipworm parasites. People with a whipworm infection may experience bloody diarrhea, nausea, and abdominal pain.

A whipworm infection can develop after ingesting water or dirt contaminated with feces containing whipworm parasites. Anyone who has come into contact with contaminated feces can also contract a whipworm infection. The infection most often occurs in children.

People typically get whipworm infections after consuming dirt or water contaminated with feces containing whipworm parasites or their eggs. Whipworm eggs can get into the soil when contaminated feces are used in fertilizers or when an infected person or animal defecates outside.

Someone might unknowingly ingest the whipworm parasites or their eggs when they: touch the dirt and then put their hands or fingers in or near their mouth eat fruits or vegetables that haven’t been thoroughly washed, cooked, or peeled. 

Echinococcosis is a parasitic disease of tapeworms . The two main types of the disease are cystic echinococcosis and alveolar echinococcosis. Less common forms include polycystic echinococcosis and unicystic echinococcosis. The disease often starts without symptoms and this may last for years.

The disease is spread when food or water contains the eggs of the parasite. Direct contact with infected dogs, particularly intimate contact between children and their pet dogs, may lead to human infection. Ingestion of soil, water and vegetables contaminated with infected dog feces may also lead to infections. The symptoms and signs that occur depend on the cyst’s location and size. Alveolar disease usually begins in the liver but can spread to other parts of the body, such as the lungs or brain. When the liver is affected the person may have abdominal pain, weight loss, and turn slightly yellow from jaundice. Lung disease may cause pain in the chest, shortness of breath and coughing.

Case of practice:

The patient calls and says that the cough very severe with phlegm has begun; temperature has risen up to 38 °C. The hookworm during testing in the bronchi and lungs was found. It turns out during the conversation that two days ago, the patient ate a lot of the strawberries.

Case of practice:

The patient came with pain in the stomach and violation of the cycle. Testing showed the presence of a large number of cysts of Echinococcus. During the conversation it turned out that she was eating the currants and gooseberries straight from the bushes, without washing. In addition, they have a dog in the garden always walking.

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