1 cup of fresh or frozen pineapples.
"Eating fresh pineapple or regular consumption of fresh pineapple juice is also a traditional remedy for treating intestinal parasites and worms, particularly pinworms." (Link)
1 heaping teaspoon of papaya seed powder.
"In one study, researchers found that a mixture of honey and papaya seeds cleared stools of parasites in 23 out of 30 subjects." (Link)
2 heaping tablespoons of pumpkin seed powder.
"Pumpkin seeds have long been used as a traditional remedy for intestinal parasites — especially tapeworms. And their popularity seems to be well-earned. Recent studies have shown that pumpkin seeds can increase the rate of parasite removal." (Link)
I've personally found that the spice of a jalapeno actually tastes good in a smoothie. Brenda "the Real Food Rebel" beat a terrible parasite infection with diet and herbs. As she states on her website:
"Jalapeno peppers and parasites have a long history. The peppers have been traditionally known to be extremely effective as a remedy for stomach and intestinal parasites. As the digested peppers travel through the intestinal system, the pepper substance causes all sorts of reactions that are inhospitable to foreign bacteria, killing them off and allowing the body to expel them with waste" (LINK).
1-2 heaping tablespoons of flax seed powder.
"Flaxseed contains bioactive peptides, such as cyclolinopeptide A, which have strong immunosuppressive and antimalarial activities, inhibiting the human malarial parasite Plasmodium falciparum in culture." (LINK)
1 cup of raw carrots.
"According to Vitamins to Health, carrots are recommended for treating threadworms. Carrots have a lot of vitamin A and are rich in beta carotene, which gives them the ability to resist penetration by the threadworm larva." (Link)
1-2 scoops of organic vegan protein powder.
3 cups of organic mixed greens
After combining all of the above ingredients... blend and enjoy!