A potential trigger in the development of autism is a class of microscopic poisons known as mycotoxins. Today we’re going to explore what mycotoxins are and exactly how they’re linked to autism.
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?
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.
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.
Mycotoxins can have a serious impact on our health. Mycotoxins are microscopicfungal poisons that can sneak into our bodies through the digestive and respiratory systems. They are literal poisons that have the potential to make us very sick.
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 mold including toxic black mold exposure. Today I want…
Smell that coffee… mmmm! Why I’m a fan of Bulletproof coffee! I wake up around 4:50 am to the sound of my automatic Cuisinart coffee maker grinding fresh Upgraded coffee beans into the filter for a delicious fresh brew. There is nothing better than rubbing your eyes, rolling out of bed, and padding across…