Over 1/3rd of children with signs of autoimmune disorders developed Type 1 Diabetes. That, in unto itself isn’t ever reportable anymore. American researchers seem to have given up on ever knowing why children develop diabetes. Of course, with diabetes comes lifelong drug dependency. A study found that gut fungus triggered the development of Type 1 diabetes in children. This is not surprising to me, for 20 years ago, I authored a book expounding upon fungus and diabetes and it still sells well today. But it does show how disease “maintenance” supersedes concern over a cause. To me this is sad, but I will die wishing their eyes would open.
The 35% of children in the study who developed Type 1 Diabetes had “significantly elevated intestinal inflammation” as measured by stool and blood tests.
Certain fungal mycotoxins initiate a process inside the human body that cause our endocrine systems (think diabetes) to misfire. The name that science has placed on this phenomenon is “endocrine disruption.” Could it be that 1/3rd of Type 1 childhood diabetes is linked to the fungal mycotoxins that caring pediatricians prescribe to loving parents? Yes, antibiotics are fungal mycotoxins. As a matter of fact, our doctors should know this. According to a 2015 research paper published in Current Protocols in Pharmacology, “Streptozotocin (STZ) is an antibiotic that produces pancreatic islet beta-cell destruction and is widely used experimentally to produce a model of type 1 diabetes mellitus.” Really. We cause Type 1 diabetes in lab animals with antibiotics, so we can study new pharmaceutical drugs.
No one can deny that fungal mycotoxins cause mammalian Type 1 diabetes, because this fact is so well published in medical journals. I’d encourage everyone with Type 1 Diabetes to carefully study therapeutic options that exist including diet, exercise and knowledge that “the cause,” even long ago, may have been that moldy basement, the leaky roof in a home, alcohol or even a few rounds of antibiotics. Then share your knowledge with a doctor who has ears to listen.
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