Mar, 06
2014

Fungus and Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)

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Finally an Answer-But who Is Listening?

European researchers have just published in the European Journal of Microbiological Diseases that the majority of Alzheimer’s Disease patients have fungus in their bloodstream and it may be contributing to their Alzheimer’s Disease. 

 

Of course, this fungus would easily disseminate to the brain via the blood stream, so this finding makes total sense. The researchers hypothesize that fungus may be a risk factor or actually may contribute as a cause of AD.

To me, this one research paper, restated, says this.
Effective immediately, 100% of patients diagnosed with AD will mandatorily begin following a phase one diet and begin taking antifungal medications.

After reading the first paragraph in this blog, doesn’t common sense dictate that such a simple and safe antifungal program would help many with AD, since most in this group were found to have fungus in their bloodstream? Of course it would. Then why won’t this ever happen? In my opinion, common sense comes dangerously close to being the antithesis of American academic research. The fact that this paper was published outside of America speaks volumes about our scientists, who seem to be more beholden to standards set by the pharmaceutical industry, than to patients well being.

My take? The damage done by mycotoxins, like antibiotics, take years or decades to poison the brain. Show me an AD patient who has never taken antibiotics, resided a moldy room or drank alcohol, and I’ll show you a mysterious disease. Until that time, think fungus!

Know The Cause becomes more relevant daily. If you ever have the opportunity, please visit this link  and review perhaps one hundred scientific documents implicating fungus in many human diseases. Your healthcare provider may not know this, but now you do! Be a prudent medical consumer!

 

 

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