AVOID these cancer causing foods
Pleomorphic bacteria, yeast, and fungus and their toxins, which are characteristically present in stored and fermented food, are using our food chain as a Trojan Horse.
The following list of foods are high in pleomorphic bacteria, yeast, fungus and mold, and produce mycotoxins that have been documented to cause specific diseases and very specific organ lesions in both animals and humans. These foods should never be ingested, and if eaten, NEVER COLD. Most of the fungus in these foods will be killed after cooking, but can remerge if refrigerated.
- Pig Meat – including sausage, bacon, salami, and ham are full of colonized fungal and contain the fungi Aspergillus ochraceus which produces the mycotoxin Ochratoxin A which is associated with many different documented cancers.
- Tobacco – contains yeasts and sugars which ferment the tobacco into the form which reaches the human blood and tissues causing disbiosis of the blood and tissues leading to every degenerative disease known including cancer, diabetes, arthritis, etc.
- Mushrooms – are not a vegetable but rather the fruiting body of a fungus whose major form of existence, the root-like mycelium, is hidden in the soil. This fruiting body is the means to disperse the seed-like spores of the fungus throughout the blood and tissues. For example edible mushrooms induce bladder cancer.
- Corn – corn and all associated products contain over 25 different strains of fungus, all disease causing. Several cancer causing.
- Peanuts & Cashews – contain over 27 different strains of fungus… (High levels of cancer causing fungus).
- Barley – contains the fungi Aspergillus ochraceus which produces the mycotoxin Ochratoxin A. This mycotoxin is associated with many different documented cancers.
- Animal Meat and Poultry – including beef, lamb, chicken, and turkey contain the fungi Aspergillus ochraceus which produces the mycotoxin Ochratoxin A. IT is associated with many documented cancers.
- Alcohol – including wine and especially beer contain the fungus Aspergillus ochraceus which produces the mycotoxin Ochratoxin A. Small amounts, 1 glass a day is fine. The body can deal with small amounts of fungus.
- Dairy Products – including milk, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, ice-cream, butter, etc. are fully colonized with fungi and contain the fungus Aspergillus ochraceus which produces the mycotoxin Ochratoxin A. These foods are also high in sugar which promotes the production of pleomorphic bacteria, yeast, and fungus. The lease of these in fungus is 1% or 2% milk.
* Scientifically documented in the International Food Journal Microbial 20-211-226, 1993