About Fungus Remover
Fungus Remover (also known as the Fungus Destroyer Protocol) is an e-book written by Dr. Grant Anderson that promises to reveal how to permanently cure any nail or skin fungus infection in one week or less.
In some instances, he claims it can work in as little as 12 hours, and that it’s medically proven to work in 99.7% of cases.
We’re told that all you have to do is spend 10 minutes per day applying natural treatments, developed by a Chinese naturopath named Dr. Jiang, that attack the fungus from the inside out.
This way, Fungus Remover is also supposed to be effective for treating rosacea, psoriasis, eczema, and more.
To date, Grant claims his step-by-step Fungus Remover program has been used successfully by 41,000+ individuals. But are any of these claims based in reality?
Can you expect this e-book to cure something that medical science can only treat? Here, we’ll help you sweep away all the marketing hype and uncover whether or not Fungus Remover is right for you.
Do Fungal Infections Have Anything to Do With Fungal Spores?
If the Fungus Remover promotional video is to be believed, fungal infections have nothing to do with fungal spores. Instead, they claim that 1) it’s impossible to cure them with antifungal medication and creams, and 2) it’s caused by something “breeding in your blood.”
Interestingly, despite the length of the Fungus Remover video, we’re never told exactly what’s “breeding” in your blood, or exactly how this leads to fungal infections.
Nonetheless, here’s the reality: Whether we’re talking about athlete’s foot, jock itch, ringworm, or anything else, fungal skin infections are caused by spores attaching to your skin. Then, if they land in favorable conditions (such as your toes and the dark, humid environment of your shoes), these spores quickly grow and spread.
Given this, symptoms associated with fungal infections can vary, depending on the type of fungus that attaches to your skin, as well as the location. Wherever they occur though, common symptoms include redness, peeling, itching, and burning.
Coming back to Fungus Remover’s claims, it’s certainly true that having a weakened immune system could allow these bacteria to enter your bloodstream and cause further—and much more serious—complications. But the fact of the matter is that they seem to have gotten much of this basic science completely wrong, since fungal infections 100% involve spores.
Regardless, did they get the “cure” correct? In other words, how can you expect Fungus Remover to address your fungal infection?
How Does Fungus Remover Work?
According to Dr. Anderson, the Fungus Remover program works across three steps:
- Step 1: You’ll use natural antifungals like activated charcoal to address the fungus on the outside of your body.
- Step 2: Next, you’ll implement “specialized nutrition that can nudge the body back into balance,” such as vitamins, minerals, and “specific micronutrients.” This includes a “special combination of food and herbs,” such as licorice.
- Step 3: Apply natural topical solutions to heal wounds faster, such as a combination of “apple cider vinegar, beer, olive oil, and 4 other powerful ingredients”
While activated charcoal is certainly a popular DIY antifungal treatment, as is grapefruit seed extract, caprylic acid, garlic, carrot juice, and other herbs and vitamins, the reality is that there’s little clinical evidence showing these can work. And there’s even less evidence indicating they can deliver the same level of results as something prescribed by your doctor—even something purchased over-the-counter at your local pharmacy.
Important note: According to WebMD:
“Consuming licorice daily for several weeks or longer can cause severe side effects including high blood pressure, low potassium levels, weakness, paralysis, and occasionally brain damage in otherwise healthy people. In people who eat a lot of salt or have heart disease, kidney disease, or high blood pressure, as little as 5 grams per day can cause these problems.”
This certainly calls into question Fungus Remover’s claim that this “specialized nutrition” will bring your body back into any kind of balance.
How Much Does Fungus Remover Cost?
To immediately download the Fungus Remover e-book, you’ll have to hand over your credit card number and $69. For this price, we’re told you’ll receive the full protocol, learn the best source of nutrients for healing, and receive a Fungus Infection Diagnostic Tool.
Along with your order, you’ll also receive a “Fast Action” bonus package:
- Miracle Pain Killer
- The Fungus Cure Test
- 1 Day Detox
Since Fungus Remover is sold through third-party company Clickbank, all orders come with a 60-day money back guarantee. To request one, Clickbank’s customer service department can be reached at 800-390-6035.
We already talked about the (likely) accuracy of the information you’ll find in the Fungus Remover, but do Dr. Grant Anderson’s qualifications justify the price of his e-book?
Who Is Dr. Grant Anderson?
Here’s all we’re told in the Fungus Remover video:
“I run a holistic clinic just outside San Diego, specializing in treating fungal and bacterial infections. I'm also an independent researcher in alternative medicine and a frequent contributor to some of the nation's leading alternative health sites.”
Looking online however, we didn’t locate any Dr. Grant Andersons in or around San Diego—nor any that operate a holistic clinic. Similarly, Dr. Anderson’s contributions to alternative health sites couldn’t be verified, and based on our experience reviewing e-books like this, his “independent researcher” designation likely means that he simply researches stuff online.
Let’s talk more about our experience with these types of e-books before wrapping things up.
Are There Any Online Reviews for the Fungus Remover E-Book?
Outside of the typical affiliate content posing as legitimate customer reviews, which are all too common with these “cure-all” e-books, we didn’t uncover any real customer feedback for Fungus Remover at the time of our research.
Fortunately, we’ve reviewed many other e-books just like it, including Fungus Free Protocol, Diabetes Free, Quantum Vision System, and more. Based on our research and reviews from readers like you, what have we learned?
Across the board, most customers seem to complain that these e-books don’t reveal anything revolutionary, and that you can likely find the exact same information online with just a few minutes of your time. In many instances, customers also claimed the authors didn’t respond to refund requests, which is why we’d recommend contacting the retailer (such as Clickbank, in this instance) instead if you’re looking to get your money back.
Will Fungus Remover Really Work?
When you were growing up, more than one adult probably told you “don’t judge a book by its cover.”
While we didn’t download Fungus Remover—and we always attempt to avoid lumping any product in with others (especially when we didn’t test it firsthand)—based on the fact that we’re told almost nothing about how the program works, the incorrect science that any doctor should understand, and the bottom-of-the-barrel reviews that accompany most of these e-books, we think you should speak with your doctor about your fungal infection before ordering Fungus Remover.
55 out 57 people found this review helpful
Don't waste your money
I knew better and yet I bought the product. How could pills possibly get rid of a rampant infection in your toenails without having to wait for them to grow out? Notice how reviews look identical? Fake. Save yourself from disappointment and from throwing your money away.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Did not work
I took this for two months with no results. My nails are still the same as when I started. It was a waste of time and money. I would not recommend this product to any of my friends.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend