Arthropod/Vector Bacteria Chemicals Fungus /Mold / Yeast Metals Parasites Virus Other

While the term fungus or mold may conjure up thoughts like slimy, green, smelly and rotten, fungi serve a very important role on our planet. Fungi (molds) recycle garbage and help turn dead trees back into soil for us. Some fungi are even utilized in food. Yeasts are the main ingredients in bread, beer and cheeses (none of which are exactly health promoting). But fungi have also caused problems like athlete's foot, allergies, serious infections. They are also used to create some toxic antibiotics.

All microorganisms are opportunistic, but fungi are perhaps the most. This means that fungi only live and thrive if the environment is conducive. If you find mold growing under your sink, killing the mold is not the ultimate answer, finding the leak that is making the area moist is. Mold is not the problem, it is the symptom or by-product of the leak you have. Fungi can only thrive in an environment that is conducive to allow it.

Dr. DeHaan has found that many skin issues, possibly even most skin issues, have a fungal connection. From moles to itchy spots to strange growths, some sort of fungus or mold is generally involved. While a damp boot may encourage mold, it is the internal chemistry of the body that allows fungus to grow on your body. If you see any evidence of mold on your body, it means you have it IN your body. That fungus under your nail is not localized there, it is evidence that you have allowed your body to become conducive to breeding fungus.

  • In the last few years Candida has become the "fourth most common infection acquired in hospitals." It was rarely seen 25 years ago.
  • Deaths caused by Aspergillus quadrupled during the 1980's and 1990's. These infections appear to be growing continually.
  • A fungus known as Cryptococcus has been causing increased infections in the Pacific Northwest region. It was once a very rare infection, but it is now causing enough problems so that doctors are becoming very concerned.
  • Histoplasma can cause lung disease and get into the human white blood cells. These white blood cells are responsible for giving the body immunity by destroying encroaching cells. This fungus has found a way to get inside the very cell that it is supposed to destroy!
  • Time magazine said toxic mold is spreading "like some sort of biblical plague." The New York Daily News called it "killer mold".


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