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A Fungus Among-Us

                             

How to tell if you have a fungal overgrowth and what to do about it.

                                                           

Symptoms of fungal infection


Fungus overgrowing the human body brings with it many different symptoms. Pathogenic fungus can get its start
early on in the life of the victim and can manifest in a plethora of forms. Usually the “mother fungus” lives and feeds in
the intestines and sends out its “roots” to other places in the body.







A simple toenail fungus for instance, has a source from within the intestines. When you only treat the external
manifestation of the fungus you drive it out of those tissues and into other tissues. Where next? The elbow skin? The
joints? The heart? The brain? It is critical to fight any manifestation of fungus from the inside out to prevent damage
to other tissues.

Common fungal manifestations include: acne, arthritis, asthma, athletes foot, bladder infections, body odor,
bronchitis, burping, cancer, candida overgrowth, cellulitis, conjunctivitis, constipation, diaper rash, eczema,
fatigue, fibromyalgia, flatulence, food cravings, foot odor, hepatitis, indigestion, jock itch, kidney infections, leaky
gut, non-cancerous tumors, obesity, pneumonia, rashes, sores, thrush, toenail fungus, vaginal yeast and much
more.

Self-Test for Fungus


Upon waking up and before drinking or putting anything in your mouth, gather a bunch of saliva and spit it into a clear
glass of water - (just saliva and not phlegm). Wait for 15 minutes and observe if the saliva becomes “stringy” with tiny
strings like spider legs floating downward or if part of it becomes cloudy and sinks to the bottom of the glass you can
suspect fungus or Candida. Once you suspect fungus of any kind you can have lab analysis of saliva and/or blood
done to confirm the findings.

Treating fungus naturally


If you have or suspect you have fungus, begin treatment by cutting off the fuel supply to the fungus. Sugars are the
biggest food source for fungus to grow in your body and carbs in general run a close second place.  Go completely
sugar-free, gluten-free and even all grain free to stop feeding the fungus. Eat lots of naturally fermented foods, which
are full of good bacteria, like sauerkraut, kimchi and kombucha.

Natural things that fight fungus in the body are: Caprylic Acid - 2 capsules with every meal. Grapefruit Seed Extract
- 10 drops in water 2 times a day. Coconut Oil - Cook with it, use it for skin moisturizer, take 1tbs a day of liquid and
mix it with already cooked foods like mashed potatoes, scrambled eggs and even yogurt. Candex is a brand of
antifungal supplement that works very well. Iodine is required for proper immune function to fight fungus - take
100mg a day of SSKI but cut way down on the SSKI if heart palpitations or skin rash develops. Paint iodine tincture
on the body in a patch of about 6 inches of skin daily until the stain from the iodine tincture lasts more than 18 hrs.
Betaine HCL - 1 capsule with every meal to keep fungal overgrowth below the stomach in the case of thrush.*

Probiotics and prebiotics for treating fungus


Probiotic supplements are a must as they support fungus-fighting friendly bacteria in the gut. Rotate through
probiotic brands to keep the bad bacteria and fungus guessing at their defenses. For instance; take a bottle of
Multidophilus until gone and then switch to PB8 Acidophilus, then switch to Nature’s Sunshine, then Primadophilus
and so on. Prebiotics are found in millet, chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke, leeks, asparagus, saurkraut, keifer and
others. Including prebiotics in the diet brings enhanced immunity, reduced allergies and asthma and also less gut
inflammation.

Die-off reactions while  treating fungus


Once a fungus starts to die-off, the fungal spores burst open and release all of their toxin into the body at once. The
resulting flu-like symptoms and occasional rash flare-up are called “Herxheimer Reactions”. If this happens, DON’T
STOP! This is an indicator that the fungus has been hit hard and if you stop now it will regroup and even mutate to
defend against what was just thrown at it. Activated Charcoal capsules will help absorb the extra die-off toxins to
relieve headaches, nausea and other die-off symptoms. Ginger root tea is also very helpful for fighting the effects of
a fungal die-off.

Causes of fungus in the body


Causes of Fungal overgrowth in the body are: Weakened immune systems (this happens from vaccinations,
antibiotic use), dysbiosis (imbalance of good to bad bacteria in the gut), hydrochloric acid deficiency in the stomach,
medicines (prescription and over-the-counter), early introduction of solid food to an infant, infant formulas, gluten
sensitivity/intolerance/Celiac Disease, radiation exposure (airport scans, x-rays, CT scans), environmental
chemicals (fluoride in drinking water and dentifrices, chlorine in drinking water), GMO foods like corn that is bio-
engineered to dissolve a bug’s gut, generally poor diets and mineral deficiencies.

* Based on 150lb adult. For infant or child dosages I recommend finding an experienced naturopath or nutritionist that knows your
child.

Authored by Cancer Nutritionist Craig Stellpflug NDC, CNC
Dayspring Cancer Clinic Scottsdale, AZ
Copyright 2012 Craig Stellpflug© Permission is hereby granted to copy and distribute this article but only in its entirety


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