Parasites of many types, and how to eliminate them from foods so as to avoid unnecessary cooking, pose the Parasite Dilemma. The FDA's Bad Bug Book details several parasites, including amoebae or protozoa such as Giardia, Entamoeba, or Acanthamoeba and fish worms such as Cryptosporidium, Anisakis Simplex, Diphyllobothrium, Nanophyetus, or Eustrongylides. The CDC details many Animal Diseases that affect the humans who eat them, including Prions. Food poisoning can occur from Salmonella bacteria, helped by an intestinal Microb Fix. A dedicated Troubled Times member has thoughtfully provided a Definition of parasites and listed the many Information sources available, outlined an Approach to the problem, described the many Types of parasites that can infect humans, the Symptoms of infection.