What are chronic diseases?

We give chronic diseases the acronym D.E.A.T.H. which stands for Degenerative Early Attack on Total Health.

As you will soon see, fungus and its toxins are highly suspect in the degeneration of the human body and its organs, functions, and processes. This degeneration is occuring much earlier in the human lifecycle with the passing of time. In this connection, you might have come across teenagers suffering from diabetes, and even toddlers fighting against cancers.  Have these young people so abused their bodies in just under 10 years to deserve the scourge of chronic diseases.  Think again.

Chronic diseases are those diseases which do not seem to be relieved or alleviated by the standard methods of medical therapies; are recalcitrant; are determinedly debilitating as time goes on; and are often labelled as modern lifestyle diseases.   This is of course deliberately or indeliberately hyped and stereotyped by medical media.

Examples of chronic diseases are, but not limited to:

Certain disorders in the muscular system and connective tissues.
Defective conditions in bone and joints such as but not limited to arthritis, rheumatism, and bone marrow disease.  It is becoming clear that one of the most inviting frontiers of the human body which has been 'hijacked' by fungus is the bone marrow.  This may be just a conjecture now, but 5-10 years down the road, with independent research being done, it may reveal the causes for many currently 'unexplained diseases' such as leukemia, anaemia, and various blood disorders, hormonal disorders, etc. Metastastic and neoplastic conditions -- diseases grouped under the term "cancer".  There is strong indications from independent (without vested interests) professional and qualified researchers that neoplasm (tumors, cancers, etc) are actually fungus colonies.  Fungus are microbes (whether inside or outside of the human body) which are capable of building cohesive, adhesive colonies. Physiological malfunctions at the organs and processes connected to the respiratory and pulmonary systems. Skin conditions in the external epidermal layer (outer skin) as well as the internal epidermal layer (covering the alimentary canal, the blood vessels, stomach lining, the mucosal layer of the lungs, etc.). Physiological malfunctions in the endocrine system -- hormonal glands secreting hormones into the bloodstream or lymphatic system, such as but not limited to the central nervous system (pituitary, pineal, and thyroid), alimentary system (stomach, liver, duodenum, kidney, adrenal, pancreas); the reproductive system (gonads).  It is also discovered that pathogenic and toxigenic fungi in the human body are cannibalizing human hormones for their self-interests, and the suspicion is that the 'hijacked' booty of human hormones are required by the pathogenic and toxigenic fungi to manufacture their mycotoxins.  The organic structure of human hormones make them suitable for being cannibalized.
Diabetes has been too simplistically and popularly understood as an endocrine disorder in the pancreas causing abnormal blood-sugar levels which in turn give rise to diabetes-associated secondary disorders such as peripheral vascular diseases and neuropathy.   There is strong indication that the bone marrow manufacturing the osteo-calcin stem-cells which are the precursors cells for hormones could be the etiologic factor.  Fungus could be feeding on bone marrow stem cells.
Cardiovascular diseases has been too simplistically and popularly understood as caused by abnormal blood-cholesterol levels which can cause stenosis, thrombosis, sclerosis, and stroke. Latest independent (without vested interests) studies and discoveries are indicating that plaques, boluses, etc which cause blockages of all kinds are by themselves colonies of fungus. Physiological malfunctions in the exocrine system -- glands excreting hormones which directly goes into the external environment such as but not limited to the mucosal glands in the nose, throat, lungs, eyes, ears, perspiration glands, prostate glands, and mammary glands. Neurological malfunctions which are highly suspected to be the cause of autism, Alzhiemer's, Parkinson's, dementia, and psychological problems such as manic depression and schizophrenia.  There are strong indications from indepedent research that the myelin sheath (the lipid-protein protective covering of neurons) are actually been fed upon by fungus, causing malfunctions in the neurlogical system and even the bio-electromagnetic system. Patho-soma-emotic conditions which is a new term coined by Mycoalkonics to mean "a pathologically impacted body and mind caught in a vicious cycle of an emotional state which exacerbates the pathological state." In the case of people suffering from diabetes, the pathology is diabetes in its symptomatic context as diabetes might have many layers of pathological pathways which are still undiscovered; and the emotion is going overboard with sweetness in food or drinks.