Fungi can parasitize man. A parasite is an organism that
lives on or in an organism of another species, known as the
host, from the body of which it obtains nutriment. Some
parasites form symbiotic relationships with other species
wherein both species live comfortably with the other. In
human-fungal symbiotic relationships, according to
researchers, fungi are always the dominant partners. Soon,
a person infected with fungus begins craving foods that
satisfy the fungus more than the person. Fungus must have
sugar in order to thrive. Grains supply not only sugar, but
additionally since many grains we Americans eat are
impregnated with fungus, grain becomes a double-edged
sword. Just as some foods we eat perpetuate fungal growth
and proliferation, other foods actually contain potent
When Candida proliferates, it changes form, morphing from a simple, relatively harmless one into one that is capable of penetrating the intestinal lining. This elicits low-grade inflammation in the gut and causes breakdown of the boundary between the intestinal tract and the circulatory system. Known as leaky gut, increased intestinal permeability allows incompletely digested food particles and yeast cells to pass through and enter the blood stream. The immune system soon identifies these large particles as foreign, and ramps itself up to deal with them.
I find it fascinating that these tiny organisms can get us to do exactly what they want us to do — eat more carbs and sugar!
Yeast thrives on sugar- from ANY source. This includes most natural sugars as well like fruit/fruit juice. This also includes ANY starchy foods-even “ starchy vegetables”, carbohydrates, breads, cereals, pizza, sweets, dairy foods, soda.. a small amount of sugar(1tsp) can produce millions of colonies of yeast/fungus!
Yeast actually attach to your neurons and rewire them to suite THEIR needs, not yours. So all the carb and sugar cravings are coming from the yeast demanding to be fed. They can also mimic things in our body. They are parasites that will take over and cause more illness than I can write down!
Fermented products such as soy sauce, ketchup, vinegar, beer…add to the yeast growth
Corn has been genetically modified over the years so that it is impossible to ever kill the fungus from it.
Avoid all corn products- always- even if it is organic. This includes: popcorn, corn oil, corn syrup, corn starch…….ouch...I know, this one hurts!
Peanuts are known to produce Aflatoxins- another poison not intended for your body. So- that includes peanut butter, peanut oil…another big ouch!
But something we all need to know- but the food industry does NOT want us to know.