But is there anything you can do to prevent mold growth in the first place? The answer is yes, and the key to preventing mold may lie with your home’s microbiome.
Mold illness can be sneaky and symptoms may seemingly come from nowhere. Mold illness symptoms can range from low level and feel like a bout of flu you can’t shake to debilitating fatigue that makes getting through the day tough.
We’ve come a long way in our understanding chronic inflammatory response syndrome, also known as CIRS. Though we still have more to understand, living with mold toxicity and CIRS is no longer without solutions. I have some great tips for surviving and thriving after a mold exposure.
Mast cells are an important part of your immune system, without them you would never heal from an injury. However, there is a condition where they become overactive and cause serious problems in the body – this condition is called mast cell activation syndrome (MCAS).
Ah, coffee. Coffee might be one of the most beloved smells and tastes in the world. There are few simple pleasures in life as enjoyable as cup of coffee in the morning. The best part being that coffee is one of those satisfying delights that is actually good for you.
Alzheimer’s disease has reached epidemic proportions. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the third cause of death in the United States and over 47 million people live with it globally.
Have you been experiencing any stubborn, persistent symptoms lately that are seemingly unexplained? Does it seem like you have tried every over-the-counter medicine available to you and yet still get no relief? You may be one of the many people unknowingly living with or working around toxic mold. Today I want to walk you through…
Mold exposure is a tricky, deceptive, and sometimes devastating illness. We’ve learned through scientific studies that mold illness is one of the primary triggers of many diseases and health conditions, such as asthma, respiratory infections, brain swelling, cancer, and even death.1 Mold spores, while seemingly harmless on their own, are everywhere—even on our foods! What…
Today we’re going to dive into exactly how viral infections like COVID-19 can potentially trigger autoimmunity and what you can do to protect yourself.
A growing number of people are suffering from the effects of neverending exposure to this radiation. And left unchecked, this exposure leads to a condition known as electrohypersensitivity.
In this article, we’re going to dive into new research speculating that COVID-19 may be able to manipulate a natural immune response known as autophagy – or self-eating cells.
Let’s take a look at exactly what your total toxic burden is. And more importantly, we’ll dive into ways you can reduce your toxic burden to give your immune system a major boost.
So before you book your next excursion, implement these healthy travel hacks to protect yourself and keep yourself feeling great on the go.
Recently, more research has been published that may bring us a little closer to identifying the culprit responsible for causing chronic fatigue syndrome – the vagus nerve. Let’s take a look at the fascinating research behind how the vagus nerve can cause chronic fatigue – and how it might just be the answer to beating this complicated disorder.
Take a peek in your refrigerator. Its contents may look harmless, but what if there was an invisible danger potentially wreaking havoc on your health?
Let’s take a look at exactly why EMFs are harmful, how the up and coming 5G technology will impact EMFs, and how you can protect yourself and your loved ones from their effects.
Whether you’re looking to improve the state of your current home or looking into buying a home, when you have multiple chemical sensitivities every detail makes a difference to your health. There aren’t many resources available on this, and since I’ve struggled with home issues myself I wanted to provide you with a helpful resource on making your house more of a home.
Ideally, you want to get a meaningful gift for each person on your list. And what better way is there to celebrate the season than with gifts that will help them maximize their health in 2020? So, if you’re looking for inspiration on gift ideas, keep reading to find out my top healthy gift ideas for 2019!
We’ve come a long way in understanding mycotoxins and their effects on our health. Since the identification of the first mycotoxin (aflatoxin) in 1965,1 scientists have identified more than 400 of them produced by hundreds of different fungi under various environmental conditions.
We often talk about detoxing our bodies and our environment to improve our health. And if there’s one room in your house I would recommend detoxing first, it’s a good idea to start with your bedroom, where you spend a third of your life. So if you’ve ever wondered what’s in your mattress, keep reading for tips on what you can do to reduce your exposure to toxins.