(What is more fascinating? Losing 80 lbs or the fact that he doesn’t have diabetes anymore. What about both?!!)
He’s Not A Doctor: Just A Simple Man Taking Control Of Health
Carey said that he was able to lose the weight by completely eliminating carbs (grains, starches, sugar, etc) and introduced a healthy amount of meat, fruit, yogurt, and eggs (doesn’t this sound a lot like the foundation of an antifungal diet AKA the phase one diet). He also worked out regularly with an intense cardio program. Drew Carey is a prime example of an average person taking their health seriously and implementing easy and practical nutritional advice. If Drew was able to take a simple approach to his weight loss and curing his diabetes, why would anyone want to seek out drugs that could cause them more harm than good. If diabetes is indeed reversable…could you prevent this disease with a pre diabetic diet? You bet, but let’s move on.
Billions Of Dollars Are Spent On Ways To Keep You In The Dark
It is very frustrating for me to see billions and billions of dollars tossed into treatments, education programs, and diet plans for diabetics that make little to no sense. If you don’t already know, most of the popular diets include eating starches. This is like throwing gasoline on a fire because the digestive system quickly breaks down starches into sugar. The popular diets also include foods that are contaminated with fungus/mycotoxins. Which is far more important when looking at the big picture. If a popular diet does NOT mention words like fungus, fungi, mycotoxins, antifungal, etc then you are more than likely going to be misguided.
Diabetics Are Taught To “Just Live With It“
I believe the “just live with it” attitude places chains and bonds on the mindset that there is nothing a diabetic can do about it. People need to be taught the cure. Unfortunately you will always get a lot of resistance any time you throw around the big “C” word. We already know that diet is extremely important for both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. I just disagree with the suggestions and recommendations from the medical field. Once you understand what is causing type 2 diabetes you’ll know how to effectively cure it through an antifungal diet and proper exercise. Believe it or not…you are in control!
The Fungus Link: What Cholesterol Lowering Drugs Have In Common With Diabetes
Did you know that statin drugs (cholesterol lowering drugs) are antifungal? It is known that statin drugs significantly reduce the rate of people developing type 2 diabetes. Even Time Magazine reported in 2001 that statin drugs reduced the risk of developing diabetes by 30% while also decreasing the risk of stroke and high cholesterol. This would make sense if fungi is indeed the culprit behind these problems. Yet, scientists and doctors still haven’t connected the dots. Either they don’t know or don’t want you to know! Both are scary.
Not Convinced? Antibiotics, Fungi, And Liver Cancer
I have previously wrote on the topic of antibiotics and that they are merely byproduct toxins from fungus. Ever since the introduction of antibiotics in 1949 it can’t be ignored that diabetes cases have skyrocketed since then. Yes, type 2 diabetes has been around before antibiotics but you can’t deny the increase in diabetics with each new year.
So what does liver cancer have to do with diabetes? Well, a deadly mycotoxin called aflatoxin B1 is commony found in those with liver cancer. High blood sugar and gangrene are commmon symptoms of those with liver cancer which is ironically identical problems of diabetics. Aflatoxin B1 has the capacity of generating the same symptoms and problems as diabetes and liver cancer. This is merely scratching the surface of linking fungus to health problems.
Another Link Between Mold, Brewer’s Yeast, and Diabetes
According to Dr. A.V. Costantini, a scientist named Hayes has successfully induced diabetes in laboratory mice by using a mycotoxin called streptozotocin (from the Streptomyces mold) while a researcher named Coleman fed mice 10% brewer’s yeast (Saccharomyces mold) with the same results. It’s also important to note that brewer’s yeast produces uric acid. It is well documented that uric acid also generates alloxan which is a substance that can negatively affect the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas.
Cryptococcus Mold and Diabetes
Another mold called Cryptococcus also produces uric acid and it’s byproduct alloxan. So why is this important? A scientist in Japan studied this mold in two ways.
1) The Cryptococcus mold was found in the insulin producing areas of the pancreas (islets of Langerhans) in two children dying from type 1 diabetes.
2) The Cryptococcus mold was injected into the pancreatic artery of lab animals to induce cell death in the insulin producing areas of the pancreas (islets of Langerhans). All the animals developed diabetes.
Given the above scenarios and research that I haven’t even mentioned yet should at least make us rethink our strategies and treatments in all endocrine and hormonal disorders. It’s just unfortunate that the medical field won’t even reconsider the possibility. Why? Medicine is a business first and it may negatively hurt profits to cure people. Therefore doctors will continue to treat symptoms instead of curing and educating people on fungus.
How did Drew Carey lose weight and successfully battle diabetes? He followed a very strict antifungal diet without even realizing it and challenged himself in the gym with tough cardio. To fully understand why this type of diet is so effective at weight loss and disease prevention then I highly recommend you dive into my two most important articles.
I am in no way saying that you should drop or ignore your doctors advice and direction. I just want you to know that you have more power and control over your health than what you think. You especially have more power to cure your diseases than what a doctor can ever do for you. I want to encourage you to take the responsibility and discipline with your health. Take the time and dive into the Fungus section of this site. It will change your life. I’m that confident.