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Here are some parasites to watch out for
Toxoplasma gondii (T. gondii) T. gondii is a parasite that lives in the gut of animals and is transmitted by feces, and humans who eat animals that carry it. It is not generally a problem if the animal that carries it eats only vegetables. If an infected animal eats beef or pork, it may be a problem for you if you don't wash your hands after eating food. If you eat meat that is infected with T. gondii, make sure you wash your hands. You can reduce the risk of getting T. gondii by not letting animals in your backyard be close to the water or having them on a regular feeding schedule. For more information on how to protect yourself against this parasite and how to treat it for yourself, see our page on T. gondii.
It's also important to know that a parasite doesn't have to stay inside your body.
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