FUNGUS – THE SILENT KILLER
Yeast and mold belong to a broader family of life called fungus. Fungus, of which Candida is the most common, is a microorganism that normally lives in the human system and can release powerful poisons causing all kinds of symptoms and disorders.
Some fungus feed off dead organisms, nature’s garbage disposal, while others like parasitic fungus, feed off living organisms, eating organic by-products of digestion and attacking the cells of the host.
Fungus is a pleomorphic organism, which means it can change form. Just as certain bacteria have been known to become antibiotic resistant, fungus can become anti fungal resistant due to mutations it undergoes to protect its own species.
Also see MarGone Cancer section on Fungus.
It reproduces in a variety of ways; sexually and asexually.
It can form from its spore’s very special structures with sharp edges to penetrate the host.
Capable of mass production in tens, hundreds, or millions, it spreads at great lengths from its original site.
Sometimes a small movement is enough to spread them and the threat on its life makes them retaliate with great strength.
Fungus is extremely resistant to outside conditions. It can be dormant for several years, retaining full capacity of reproduction.
It can survive in extreme temperatures (low or high).
It can grow 14.4 cm in 24 hours and new areas of growth can appear in 40 to 60 seconds.
Its shape is very different depending on the cells on which it grows.
When different forms of fungus must live in the same environment it reshapes and changes itself to adapt to this condition.
It has an excellent ability to adapt to a different environment.
It can live independently or as a whole colony.
It can modify its own metabolism to defeat the host.
When food supply is scarce, fungus joins, rather than competes with spores to cooperate in survival.
When one cell is damaged, it transfers its nucleus to the next healthy one to save itself.
Due to our environmental poisons and the overuse of antibiotics, the natural defences of humans, animals, and plants are considerably undermined and fungus grows out of proportion.
Fungus is the strongest, most diversified and organized organism known to man and if we do not keep it under control, it will kill us.
Most people are unaware that it even exists, because a good number of mainstream doctors are uneducated about its impact on our health.
Symptoms of fungal infection
Human Fungus Frequently, symptoms of fungal infection go unrecognized by physicians, resulting in misdiagnoses and ineffective treatment. Their doctor tells some women that they have mental problems and their condition is psychosomatic. Unfortunately, many women have come to accept fungal infection as the way of life. Many symptoms of fungal infection are not easily identified. They can occur in;
The digestive system; bloating, cramps, gas, diarrhea or constipation, and food allergies
The skin; eczema, hives, excessive perspiration, acne, psoriasis, and nail infections
The female genitor-urinary tract ; PMS symptoms (mood swings, depression, water retention, cramps, cravings for sweets, headaches), vaginal itching and burning, vaginal discharge, recurring vaginal or bladder infections, loss of sexual desire
The male genitourinary track; prostatitis, impotence, recurring anal itching and genital rashes
The endocrine system; thyroid and adrenal gland malfunction.
The MarGone Cancer Program implementation will help you in keeping fungus under control.
Dr. Anatol Rybczynski –“ Wygrac z Rakiem”
Dr. Tulio Simoncini – “Cancer is a Fungus”