Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS

Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS

Award-winning nutritionist and New York Times bestselling author.

June 29, 2016

Could Fungus Be the Root Cause of Mystery Illnesses?

The top 3 antifungals already in your spice cabinet.

I just celebrated another birthday and this time of year always gives me pause to reflect. One thing I’m most grateful for is my incredible inner circle of remarkably knowledgeable, insightful friends. My friend, television host of “Know the Cause” and best-selling author, Doug Kaufmann—whom I regard as a pioneer and a trendsetter—had the best antidote of all for aging: he recently emailed me and told me that he was “too busy to age.” I love that since I think the same way!

Besides such insightful words of wisdom, Doug updated me on his latest news and I want to share some highlights with you—especially if you are looking for root causes of degenerative dis-ease.

“In the past 45 days, I have delivered two Continuing Medical Education presentations. I have stood before hundreds of interested physicians who all seemed to accept and love my belief that links fungus and their mycotoxins to cancer.

Ann Louise, what is happening to me currently is only defined as unbelievable. I feel that I’m 100% correct and that my scientific references (which have all been scrutinized by doctors via peer review) prove the facts.

So, I believe that antibiotics, booze and grains impregnated with mycotoxins increase the risk of cancer.

But why?

Because as my presentations prove, FUNGUS mimics and is being misdiagnosed as “cancer.”

Know that the Kaufmann Diet halts many skin conditions in time, therefor just diet (the right diet) helps many folks (I worked in a large Dermatology clinic in Dallas for 5 years and saw this hundreds of times), but if supplements are required (to starve the fungus and kill the fungus) it seems that cinnamon, curcumin and chlorophyll are in a 3-way tie for the best natural anti-mycotic fungistatins.

These 3 all have wonderful health benefits because they stop fungus in its tracks! For acute fungal skin flare ups, in addition to diet, I’d use topical oregano oil or tea tree oil. For chronic fungal dermal conditions like eczema or psoriasis, I’d recommend the “inside out” approach—antifungals like Omega 3 and 7 fatty acids (inside), and the product Immuskin (outside), along with beta glucan.

I’ve been asked to publish another fungus/cancer article in another respected cancer journal…

I’m far too busy to age! lol”

If you think you might be struggling with yeast and candida overgrowth, do consider also trying my go-to natural yeast cleanse, Y-C Cleanse. Telltale signs include:

• Incessant cravings for sweets and bread
• Headaches and a lack of mental clarity
• Belly fat that won’t budge
• Gastrointestinal issues

When left untreated, normally harmless Candida albicans can grow out of control throughout your body—all while you may be in the dark about what’s really going on.

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Ann Louise Gittleman, PhD, CNS, is an award-winning New York Times bestselling author of more than thirty books including The Fat Flush Plan series and her latest book, Radical Metabolism. She’s been rewriting the rules of nutrition for more than 40 years and is internationally recognized as a pioneer in the field of diet, detox and women’s health issues. 

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  1. Rosemary

    Thank you so much. This confirms my belief that during the past 3 years, altho I was treated repeatedly for Cellulitis, it never went away! More and more antibiotics, strong IV antibiotics, and this horrible itchy red rash kept returning. After reading and reading, I decided that my body must be filled with fungus and, of course, it was coming out on my skin. I had been using probiotics, but I needed much more of something. Out of pure frustration, I started to use an antifungal cream twice a day, plus changed my habits to at least include drinking lots of water. I have no bath tub, so could not soak, but would have, altho, again, in what? At this time, I would welcome any help I can get to rid myself of this. It is so much better, but I am far from healed. Forget doctors!

  2. Team ALG

    Try the oregano oil and curcumin. The Y-C Cleanse has been a slow but sure miracle worker for well entrenched yeast and fungus. NO sugar, please and that means to cut down on fruit too. We wish you good health!!!

  3. Rosemary

    Thank you. I appreciate your taking the time to answer and I will order the Y-C cleanse, oregano oil and curcumin. Thank you again.

  4. Yvonne

    My son has skin problems (neck) limited to very few foods (same brands) gastro problems . Cannot find an answer . MD no help at all.. He is 31 yrs has Down syndrome. His body is super sensitive to everything . Any thoughts or suggestions would be great thanks

  5. Patty

    Liz thank you for all the help he other day with my order. I’m glad I was so consistent in conveying the help needed. Will let you know if the products are indeed what was needed.


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