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Candida Overgrowth: What it is, What Causes it & What Most Treatments Get Wrong
Brain fog, skin issues like eczema and dandruff, intense sugar cravings, embarrassing itching “down there” – these are all signs of an overgrowth of Candida, which is a type of fungus. But before...
Toxic Mold & Candida Connection

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One of the most frustrating aspects of Candida overgrowth is that it can be very challenging to get rid of. People treating their Candida at home often go on a Candida diet, take antifungal supplements,...
Bredesen Protocol
Alzheimer's Disease Dr. Jonathan Goodman, NDDr. Jonathan Goodman, ND
What is the Bredesen Protocol? Alzheimer’s Disease is the result of cognitive decline, which has many causes. Dr. Dale Bredesen, MD (1), a leading neurologist, has taken his over 30 years of clinical and research...
What is Mold Illness?
There have been lots of names for this illness over the years, Let start with some basic ideas: this illness is not an allergy. It is an inflammation within the body which is caused by an immune system that...
Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS)
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity is characterized by extreme intolerance of environmental odors such as diesel fuel, tobacco smoke, chemicals, perfume, cleaning products, new carpeting, formaldehyde, chlorine, and a host of other odors that plague our modern world. MCS is frequently...
Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS)
Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (CIRS) was coined in 2003 by Dr. Richard Shoemaker in Pocomoke, Maryland when he began seeing a multitude of patients with mold toxicity from water-damaged buildings. However, CIRS is also found in ciguatera and cyanobacteria...
Biotoxin Illness
Biotoxin illness is an invisible disease that results from exposure to toxins such as mycotoxins including ochratoxin, aflatoxin, trichothecene, and gliotoxin among others, or toxins from microorganisms such as viruses, bacteria, fungi, and molds. Inflammagens such as endotoxins, mannans,...
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