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The Ultimate Guide to Mold Exposure and Steps to Improve Your Health

The Ultimate Guide to Mold Exposure and Steps to Improve Your Health

It is estimated that over 50% of homes in the US have some form of mold damage. With so many people living in homes that have been damaged by mold, it is important to take a look into the possible health issues that mold exposure can cause.

While the health issues from mold exposure typically don’t hit the mainstream media, it is becoming more known that mold can wreak havoc on people’s health. Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker has been one of the biggest influencers in the research done on mold toxicity and how it has impacted the health of families, school district employees, and even large companies.

In his books, Surviving Mold and Mold Warriors, he dives deep into the information on toxic buildings and mold. He has countless stories of people who have suffered with misdiagnosed health issues that all relate back to mold exposure.

In the guide below, you will learn the steps to take to test your home, yourself, and to recover from mold toxicity.

48- Heavy Metal Toxicity and How to Detox with Wendy Myers

48- Heavy Metal Toxicity and How to Detox with Wendy Myers

When was the last time you thought about how your mineral levels are doing? Likely your answer is ‘never’, or at the most you say that you get calcium from your milk. So if we don’t think about minerals, why would heavy metal toxicity become something we are interested in?

As Wendy Myers said in our podcast, the minerals are the spark plugs for the body. When minerals are out of balance, then a lot of dysfunction can start to occur. Heavy metals are known to place themselves where normal minerals are supposed to be in the body, however instead of improving our function, it creates heavy metal toxicity.

Potassium Rich Foods and Potassium Benefits

Potassium Rich Foods and Potassium Benefits

Potassium is an important mineral within the body that is typically known as one of the main electrolytes. The role of potassium is important for the function of all cells, tissues, and organs within the body. Even though potassium is extremely important for the body, most people do not get enough in their diets. Even with supplementation most people are way under the recommended daily limit.

Let’s take a look at the potassium benefits within the body before looking at the most potassium rich foods.

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