There is fungi in food, mostly in wheat and grain products, and peanuts. There is a growing quantity of mold spores in the environment, especially....in more humid conditions and where there has been flooding.
Borrelia and other bacteria and viruses (co-infections) can live in the mold while it is living in us. The mold must be eliminated in you before you will be successful in eliminating the other organisms. The toxins from molds can produce memory, mood disorders, uncontrolled emotions, tingling, numbness, and many other symptoms.
When mold is present in a person’s system, it causes marcon-staph to form. This is a type of staph that occurs only in the sinus. It does not form mucus but a dry biofilm. This marcons causes depletion of melanocyte stimulating hormone (MSH), vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP), and vasopressin.
Toxic mold grows much faster in an environment of high electromagnetic fields. The increasing levels of dirty electricity or EMF/EMR fuels the growth of certain strains of fungi and other micro-organisms. There has been research in Europe that has found a direct relationship with mold and electromagnetic radiation. Dr. Rau from Switzerland and Dr Klinghardt from Germany found that a mold plate produced hundred x’s more biotoxins and mold contaminants when it was exposed to high levels of electromagnetic radiation. Russian scientists found that EMR induces growth in a certain yeast strain. You can find articles about this from 2004 and 2002. A university in NYC did a study and found that certain types of fungi have the ability to use radioactivity as an energy source for growth. Mercury and heavy metals can also exacerbate the growth of mold. Plus when you are toxic with heavy metals, you become a resonating walking antenna and become more sensitive to EMF. Then any fungi in your system will have a very nice environment to grow faster. Not only do the artificially produced electromagnetic waves cause toxic mold to grow faster, they suppress the production of beneficial microbes which you need to counteract fungal overgrowth.