“Typically, an anti-inflammatory medicine merely controls the symptoms of the disease–it doesn’t cure it. That’s because it rarely addresses the true cause of the disease.
In other words, if the wrong diet is constantly consumed, or if damage (i.e. yeast overgrowth) is never reversed from previous antibiotic use, a cure can almost never be achieved.
In this case, we feel that the “infection” in the intestines of Crohn’s patients is caused by fungi and their mycotoxins.”
Source: “The Fungus Link,” and “The Fungus Link Vol. 2” By Dr. Dave Holland and Doug Kaufmann
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