Thank you for the overwhelmingly positive response for my post on toxic burden!
I also got the message loud and clear that most of you are extremely interested in learning more about what you can do to lessen the assault on your body from environmental and manmade toxins. Today’s post is going to address a small subset of that topic: mold.
Of course, right?
Most often on this blog, I address the physical mold in your environment, so what I am going to do here is to address mold toxins in the body. Before I begin, though, it is important that you understand that until you remove the inflammagen (aka mold), and any mycotoxins from your environment, either by successful remediation or by physically leaving the environment permanently, you will not get well. You could literally do every single thing on this list and STILL be sick. That is not to say that some of these things won’t help you by aiding your immune system and fighting the fungus, just that none will be able to heal you, if you are continuing to return to the scene of the crime, or the mold. You will continue inhaling new mold spores into your sinuses that will continue making you sick. I hope that makes sense.