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5 Steps to Effectively Clear Mould from your Body

Updated: Nov 16, 2022

Be equipped for better health

Now that you’ve confirmed your diagnosis of mould illness, what’s next?

It's time to take action…

The first step is to remove yourself from the trigger or remove the trigger itself – mould. This may mean doing a deep clean of your homes, especially in the places and things where mould has grown. It may entail discarding things and replacing them with new ones (beddings, furniture), tearing up carpets, sealing any leaks, airing or drying out areas where moisture has accumulated, renovating the space, or even moving to a new home.

It is very important to sort the root of the problem (moisture in the house or workspace) before addressing its effects on your body (mould illness) as it is totally useless to undergo management for it but not deal with the cause of the problem -- you will not get better as you're constantly breathing in spores.

Once you’ve sorted out the mould problem, next is to remove the mould from the body with the prescribed treatment plan. This may involve the use of binders to remove the toxins from the body.

Binders are substances that absorb and bind to mycotoxins that are released by mould to prevent them from being absorbed and circulated through the gut and into the blood circulation. Most commonly used natural absorbents are clay and zeolites.

The third step is making sure that the food you eat is not contaminated with mould. The most common foods that may be contaminated with mould are grain, peanuts, wine, nuts, coffee blue cheese, and corn. Avoid these as much as possible.

Next stop is your nose…yes, you read that right. Symptoms of chronic fatigue and pain may be due to mould. This is due to infection by MARCoNS (Multiple Antibiotic Resistant Coagulase Negative Staphylococci). They are commonly found in the nasal passages of those who got ill due to mould exposure. This needs to be effectively treated.

Lastly, hormone imbalances needed to be corrected by doing an anti-inflammatory protocol.

If you’ve done these steps diligently and have fully recovered – great job!!

Now all you need to do is to avoid being exposed to mould again 😉. This may be a daunting task moving forward but now that you know your trigger, you are now well-equipped to deal with it properly. Do you agree?

xx Hannah

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