An Ancestral Health Perspective on Mold Illness

Recently, I came across a scientific article written from an ancestral health perspective that piqued my interest, and that I thought might interest my readers who have dealt with mold illness as well. The article, published in Frontiers in Immunology and titled An Evolutionary-Based Framework for Analyzing Mold and Dampness-Associated Symptoms in DMHS, discusses why exposure to harmful environmental molds, such as those that might be encountered in a water-damaged home, causes illness from an ancestral health perspective. I’ll then go on to explain why I believe that an ancestral health framework is the ideal approach for treating mold illness.

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Probiotics and Functional Foods for Mold Detoxification

The process of recovering from toxic mold exposure requires body-wide detoxification. While supplements can certainly come in handy, there is much you can do with food and probiotics to support your endogenous detoxification pathways. Read on to discover how probiotics and functional foods can support your natural detoxification systems and enhance your recovery from toxic mold exposure.

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My Favorite Low-Mold Food Brands

Embarking on a low-mold diet can be intimidating since many of the mainstay foods in the Standard American Diet (grains, coffee, chocolate) contain mold and mycotoxins. Over the years, I’ve curated a list of food brands that I’ve personally found to be compliant with a low-mold diet. I intend to update this list regularly as I discover more foods that are low-mold friendly.

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An Update On My Recovery From Lyme Disease and Mold Illness

This blog post is a summary of the interventions I’ve used over the past year and a half, during which I have experienced profound improvements in my health. I hope that the lessons I’ve learned along the way can help those of you who are dealing with complex chronic illnesses like Lyme disease or mold illness.  

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Mycotoxins, Mood, and Mental Health

Chronic illnesses, such as Lyme disease and mold illness, often lead to concomitant struggles with mental health. A significant proportion of the mental health struggles chronic illness sufferers face is due to the fact that their lives have been turned upside-down by illness. The life changes induced by illness can be emotionally harrowing. However, chronic illness can also affect mental health in a physiological way. I believe that mold illness has an especially strong relationship with mental illness, due to the profound effects mycotoxins have on the brain. 

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