There’s over a 50% chance you could be living in a water-damaged home. This increasing problem of mold is worldwide and can have adverse effects on you and your family. Your immune system can’t handle mold’s tiny little spores and could be the cause of your Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS). Find out in our new article this month “Is Mold Triggering Your Mast Cell Activation Syndrome” if these toxins could be wreaking havoc on your body.
When it comes to autoimmune disease, we recommend you find a functional medicine doctor who specializes in autoimmune disease treatment.
We recommend a treatment plan tailored to your needs and concerns, with the caveat that progress while living with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is slow work, but very rewarding.
Environmental toxins are everywhere and pretty much unavoidable in today’s world. Dealing with mold toxicity can become a real frustrating hassel when we are already trying to battle everyday toxins. In this month’s articles, we talk about one environmental toxin which could be hindering your mold detox journey – your food. Read “The Mold Detox Diet” to learn what to eat and how to avoid those dirty toxins.
Leaky gut leads to a lot of the symptoms listed above that aren’t so obviously caused by gastrointestinal health. For example, allergies and food sensitivities are a very common sign that you may have a leaky gut.
Often when you contract Lyme disease, you also contract a secondary tick-borne disease (co-infection). While there is a certain level of awareness of Lyme disease, it is important to consider other risks associated with tick bites.
It’s best to err on the side of caution, as mold exposure is an accumulative trigger of chronic inflammatory response syndrome.