Hashimoto Disease What Do I Do?

  Hashimoto Disease also known as Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis, according to Wikipedia, was first discovered and described in 1912, by Hakaru Hashimoto, a Japanese specialist.  It was the first autoimmune disease reported.  As the story goes, autoimmune diseases occur when the immune system begins attacking human tissues. 

I wholeheartedly disagree. Hashimoto was a medicine man and even today’s medicine men know little of poisonous mycotoxins that impregnate our food and medicines. Vulnerable people who drink alcohol, take rounds of antibiotics (both mycotoxins), or eat grains, I believe, are more apt to have their thyroid glands, or any endocrine gland for that reason, disrupted.  I will never believe that God made and enabled healthy human tissues to fight amongst themselves.  Rather, I believe that mycotoxins are involved in tissue poisoning, the end result of which is given a clever medical name (Hashimoto Disease), given a disease classification (autoimmune disorder) and new drugs are pumped onto the market to hush the symptoms of these fungal diseases.   

Please talk to your doctor about trying antifungal drugs like Nystatin, while following our Kaufmann 1 diet for 30 days…



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