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The Fungus Link to Diabetes - Doug Kaufmann
Table of Contents
Introduction to a Discovery
An Overview of the Problem
The Fungus Among Us
The History Between Diabetes and Microscopic Fungi
Is an Anti-fungal also an Anti-diabetic?
What Really Causes Diabetes?
Current Dietary Recommendations for Diabetics
Can we do better?
Diabetes and Pregnancy
The Other Extreme — Hypoglycemia
Disorders of the Eyes, Nerves, Circulatory System & Skin
Inflammation and Heart Disease
High Cholesterol and Lipids: Adding Fuel to the Fire
Hypertension (High Blood Pressure)
Congestive Heart Failure
Cardiovascular Disease in Perspective
Fighting Diabetes and Heart Disease
with Exercise and Supplements
The Kaufmann Antifungal Program
Fighting Diabetes and Heart Disease through Prayer
In the middle of working with Doug and Dave on Infectious Diabetes, I tagged along with them to West Texas for one of the many health seminars they’ve held throughout the United States. During the trip, I gained some more insight into what the two men are all about. At the crack of dawn on the morning of the seminar, they went for what has become their customary, four-mile run. Later, before and after they took the stage, Doug and Dave met with literally hundreds of people, shaking hands, signing books, listen¬ing to people’s problems and giving advice about things such as diet and exercise. They spent a great deal of time one-on-one with people, and you could tell how much everyone appreciated it.
It turns out that, while Doug has pretty much always taken the time to exercise, Dave was like a lot of people until recently. Al¬though he is in his 30s — Doug is in his 50s — when they first started running on the weekends, Doug was constantly having to stop and wait for Dave to catch up. In fact, Dave started going for runs during the week just to be able to keep pace, got carried away with it, and ended up running in a couple of marathons.
Fast forward to the end of our project, and the book in front of you. Infectious Diabetes details cutting-edge methods for fighting one of the world’s most devastating illnesses and its complications. As you read, keep in mind that the book is backed not only by thorough research and careful argument. Standing behind it are two men who firmly believe in what they are doing, who walk the walk as well as talk the talk, and who believe that you, too, can take back your health.
If you always do what you’ve always done.... You’ll always get what you’ve always got.
About Doug Kaufmann
Doug Kaufmann is a nationally recognized author, lecturer, television and radio show host, with more than 30 years of experience in diversified health care.
Kaufmann served as a Navy hospital corpsman in Vietnam, where he was honored with the Combat Action Ribbon, Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry and the Vietnam Service Medal, one bronze star.
After Vietnam, Kaufmann added an American Society of Allergy Technicians certification to his Navy training. While working in al-lergy/immunology with a Los Angeles specialist, he studied food allergies at the Washington University School of Medicine. He coinvestigated several research papers with doctors at USC Medical School. Later, he opened a laboratory and staffed it with four, research immunologists focused on food and fungal research. The lab devised the first ELISA tests for food allergy, and it conducted significant research aimed at better understanding the food-disease link.
A group of Texas physicians recruited Kaufmann in 1987. During subsequent research in Dallas, he saw many patients with various, apparently incurable diseases responded favorably to dietary changes and antifungal drugs.
Kaufmann began broadcasting his findings in nutrition on Texas radio in 1992. His “At A Glance” vignettes continue to be broadcast daily by more than 200 radio stations. He transitioned to television in 1999, as host of the nationally broadcast program, Your Health. The show empowers its viewers to take possession of their own health. Your Health is currently broadcast in more than 160 cities throughout the United States.
Kaufmann’s other books include The Food Sensitivity Diet (1984), The Germ That Causes Cancer(2002), andInfectious Diabetes(2003). Each book offers an alternative viewpoint to prevailing medical thought on the diagnosis and treatment of disease.
Currently, Kaufmann and Dr. Holland devote most of their time to research and writing, and holding seminars on their findings throughout the United States.
Kaufmann and his wife, Ruth, have been married for more than 20 years. They live with their two sons in a Dallas suburb
About Dr. David Holland, M.D.
David Holland is the Medical Communications Director at MediaTrition, Inc. He works documenting the roles fungi and fungal toxins play in common, human illnesses, and communicating his findings to the medical community.
Dr. Holland holds a B.S. in Microbiology from Texas Tech University. Since obtaining his M.D. from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in 1993, he has worked in primary care, urgent care, occupational and nutritional medicine. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Family Practice, as well as the American Board of Ambulatory Medicine.
Dr. Holland joined Doug Kaufmann in operating a nutritional medicine clinic in Dallas, Texas in 1996. He went on to complete his residency at John Peter Smith Hospital in Ft. Worth, Texas in 2002, and is currently Board Certified in Family Practice.
Dr. Holland is married with two children. He stays in shape by jogging and running in the occasional marathon.
Patrick Kwan, MSc. received his BSc. in Microbiology from the University of California, Riverside. He graduated with an MSc. from Oregon State University. Mr. Kwan is a founding member of Diversified Research, the largest food laboratory in Canada. For 13 years, he was a senior consultant to George Weston, Ltd., the largest retail food chain in Canada.
Milt Gearing, Ph.D. received his doctorate in clinical psychology from the University of South Carolina. Dr. Gearing was formerly director of Psychological Services, Charter Hospital, Dallas.
Nathan L. Lipton, M.D. is a Fellow of the American Academy of Ophthalmologists, and Diplomate of the American Board of Ophthalmology.
C. R. Mabray, M.D. is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Richard Becker, D.O. has spent 15 years in family practice. He received his B.A. in biochemistry from Loma Linda University, a world leader in nutritional therapies, and his graduate degree from the Health Science College of Osteopathic Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri. Dr. Becker is a Hodgkins lymphoma survivor. He follows Doug Kaufmann’s nutritional approach to the treatment of cancer