Fungus Found in Corn, Wheat, Rice & Nuts Silently Worsening “AIDS” Epidemic

A new study suggests that a type of fungus coating much of the stored corn, wheat, rice and nuts in developing countries may be quietly worsening the AIDS epidemic.” 


The study recruited 314 “HIV-positive people who were not yet on antiretroviral therapy” and divided patients into four groups based on their level of aflatoxin exposure and found that “those in the highest exposure group were 2.6 times more likely to have a high HIV viral load than those in the lowest exposure group.”

Of course, according to conventional “HIV” theory, the researchers are under the erroneous assumption that “Higher viral load translates into higher rates of HIV transmission and the potential for earlier progression to the opportunistic infections of AIDS.”