Just Saying…About Mold

The word is spreading about mold’s effects on health.  Several stories made headlines describing how individuals and groups were affected by mold.  Some were just single moms.  Some were whole dorms full of college students.  If someone asks you how commonly mold affects health or if it is real, share these with them.

Yeasty Beasties and Mold Toxicity part 2 of 2

Reviewing and Summarizing the recent Toxic Mold Summit Session
by Evan Brand, BCHN, DFMP, NTP.   

(Read this blog series’ introduction at very end if you are
catching up. Look for “SERIES INTRODUCTION”)

            Evan Brand,
BCHN, DFMP, NTP provided insights on the connections between mold toxicity and
candida overgrowth during the recent toxic mold summit. 

Navigating a Life of Chemical Sensitivities Part 1 of 2

Mold on wall surface

Reviewing and Summarizing the recent Toxic Mold Summit Session
by  Gail Clayton Pharm.D., M.S.

(Read this blog series’ introduction at very end if you are
catching up. Look for “SERIES INTRODUCTION”)

            Gail Clayton
Pharm.D., M.S. provided insights on the connections between mold toxicity and
multiple chemical sensitivity during the recent toxic mold summit. 

Another Autoimmune Disease Discovered: Narcolepsy

While parents of newborns may sometimes claim to have
narcolepsy, this mysterious disease has presented a challenge to medical
researchers for some time.  Individuals
with narcolepsy experience the frequent and sudden episodes of sleep during
daytime hours.  While sleep deprived
parents of newborns know why they are falling asleep, those with narcolepsy and
their doctors have been left in the dark. 

I Was Wrong About Mold

Okay, I have to admit when I am wrong.  Many times I have said that there seems to be no ill health issue that mold cannot cause.  In digging for any new information on mold toxicity, I ran across this article from 2016.  While even the authors admit that more research could be done to confirm their finding,

When Life Hands You Lemons…Supplement Routine Advice

Guest Post by Dr. Potter’s Wife

You know the saying, “When life hands you lemons, make lemonade.”  Well, I have mixed feelings about that trite saying.  While it does contain a nugget of truth, it can often be used wrongly and greatly injure someone who at the moment just doesn’t have the ingredients for a fully satisfying,