Feb, 10
2012

Fungus and Your Thyroid Gland

Doug Kaufmann 26,245. That is the number of times I’ve been asked if mold (fungus) can contribute to a broken thyroid gland, or actually CAUSE low thyroid. Scientific information was scarce 35 years ago, but more and more we are seeing publications that are starting to confirm the results that the doctors and I used to see when helping people with thyroid problems decades ago.

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Feb, 06
2012

A Quick Thank You!

Doug Kaufmann My days are long and I don’t take the necessary time to thank all of you who come to this website and leave such powerful endorsements and testimonials. Your words are not falling on deaf ears – just very busy ears!

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Feb, 03
2012
Doug Kaufmann "First ADULT is diagnosed with mystery Tourette's-like syndrome affecting teenagers at same high school as doctors say brain infection may be to blame."


What infection could be causing this mysterious syndrome?  Could it be fungus?

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Jan, 31
2012

Surgery Corrects Diabetes?

Doug Kaufmann I just received a note from a woman telling me that despite her gastric bypass, shecontinues to have problems with diabetes. Who would have ever put "gastric bypass" and “diabetes cure” together? Who would you guess?

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Jan, 22
2012
Doug Kaufmann Imagine my shock when I read the NY Daily News last week and discovered that fungus had killed 6 million! Had scientists finally come to their senses? Was Know The Cause finished?

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Jan, 10
2012

Has Know The Cause Made an Impact?

Doug Kaufmann I have no axe to grind with Hostess Brands, short of believing that their products cause health problems in those who choose to eat them. They’re a strong company with annual sales of about $2,000,000,000, they operate in 49 states and they employ about 19,000 people. I’d call that hugely successful. If they made nutritious products, I might invest in them!

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Jan, 07
2012

Cancer and Fungus

Doug Kaufmann

Q What causes cancer?
A All cancers are thought to be caused by gene mutations. In the largest survey of its kind, an international team comprising over 60 scientists from the UK, Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Belgium, USA and Australia, working for the Cancer Genome Project, examined more than 500 genes and 200 cancers and sequenced more than 250 million letters of DNA code.

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