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[Floxed] with UNDISCOVERED mold exposure lingering in your gut causing neuropathy and tendon pain?

  • Welcome to the True Health Recovery podcast episode number six, where we'll be discussing mold and its impact on our health, including its relation to gut health, mold testing, candida, yeast, and mold spores. In this episode, we'll be using the audio from a video that I previously uploaded on YouTube, where I discuss the dangers of mold and the importance of being tested for it. The link to the YouTube video is provided in the show notes, along with additional resources that can help you schedule a 20-minute discovery call or send a voice message to me directly.

  • Mold toxicity is a severe health issue that affects many people, and in my opinion, everyone should be tested for it. I have dedicated a significant amount of time and effort to study and master the organic acid test, which has helped me diagnose mold-related illnesses that were previously missed. Missing a mold case can be detrimental to one's health, as no amount of expensive IV therapy will be effective if mold is not identified and addressed.

  • Mold produces spores, which are mild toxins that can lead to health problems when inhaled or ingested. The spores are similar to pollen, and they can be present in buildings or the food we eat. Breathing in mold spores can lead to gut problems, as the spores are like superglue and stick to the stomach and intestinal system, leading to gut dysbiosis, small bacteria overgrowth, and various neurological symptoms such as anxiety, depression, muscle pain, and more.

  • Mold can cause damage to the gut, and SIBO and leaky gut often go hand in hand with mold toxicity. If you have mold, your gut is likely destroyed, and addressing mold should be a priority to restore your gut health. Mold exposure can occur in various settings, including home, work, or the food we eat. The spores are highly resistant to many things and are challenging to eradicate completely.

  • In an experiment with penicillin and mold, it was discovered that mold is a master at killing bacteria, which could lead to gut dysbiosis and an overgrowth of harmful bacteria. The toxins produced by mold can cause a range of neurological symptoms and affect the central nervous system. Mold exposure should be ruled out for anyone experiencing unexplained neurological symptoms.

  • In conclusion, mold toxicity is a significant health issue that everyone should be tested for. The symptoms associated with mold exposure can be debilitating, and it's critical to address mold to restore gut health and alleviate neurological symptoms. Be sure to check out the link to the YouTube video and additional resources in the show notes to schedule a discovery call or send a voice message to me directly. Remember, where there is help, there is hope, and I'm here to help you achieve true health recovery.

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Topics Covered

• What is Mold? Why get checked for mold?

• How mold exposure affects the body

• Mold testing

• Difference between bacteria and yeast

• How do C Difficle and oxalates relate to mold?

• Examples of mold exposure and problems it can cause

Key Quotes

• “In my opinion everybody needs to be checked for mold.” (2:49)

• “You won't get well if you don't realize that you have a mold problem and you handle your mold.” (3:26)

• “Mold, if you have mold, your gut is completely trashed, so let me say that again, if you have mold, your gut is completely destroyed.” (4:22)

• “Spores are very, very resistant to many, many things.. the mold has been here way, way longer than human beings and the mold has developed survival instincts that are almost impossible to eradicate and kill. (6:33)

• “What happens when you have mold exposure? Candida runs crazy, which is yeast. Candida in your gut is on a rampage. It starts to grow and grow and grow and grow, because grows in in an environment that's very weak and doesn't have a lot of good bacteria.” (14:47)

• “So when someone comes to me, I think what are we going to do different, right? You probably went to the doctor and they do the same old freaking labs, blood labs that you've done 100 times. Well, you don't need to do it the same way. You don't need to check sodium 10 times to know that that's not the problem. You don't need to check whatever they're checking CBC or whatever. You need to do different labs to get different data.” (19:28)

• “The biggest difference between a yeast and bacteria is the yeast has a nucleus and bacteria does not.” (24:07)

• “So then is the mold in the current situation or is it a past marker and some of the stuff you don't really know. You got to kind of treat and figure.” (29:11)

• “This is why, in my opinion, the organic acid test has been a total game changer for my practice. I hope it's a total game changer for your health as well.” (31:10)


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