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Does any Parasite can travel through eggs?

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Does any Parasite can travel through eggs?

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The most probably infection resulting from handling and eating undercooked poultry products, in this case eggs, is E.Coli infection. E. Coli will make you seek for a few days and it happens more than you might think in the US, specifically because of people not cooking eggs thoroughly. E.Coli is not a parasite but a bacteria. In my experience, most healthy people overcome E.Coli (food poisoning) on their own, either by purging the bacteria through vomit and/or feces. Care needs to be taken to avoid dehydration. In very few people, specifically those that may not be as healthy as others (immunosuppresed, chemotherapy, severe diabetes) E.Coli could open the door to any number of opportunistic infections, specifically parasites. E. Coli could distrupt the natural balance in the gut thus allowing for opportunistic infections… that’s why it is imperative to handle food poisoning cases with natural remedies (bananas, pedia-lyte, etc) than going for the antibiotics right away. The most comm

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