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3 Reasons Why Your Mold Protocol May Not Be Working

A theme I’ve been hearing lately is that people are questioning their mold diagnosis because they aren’t feeling better with treatment.
Have you wondered if maybe mold really isn’t the problem, even though you know you got sick in a moldy place?

🧐 Do you find yourself starting to look around for other causes, such as mast cell activation, salicylate sensitivity, EMFs, or allergies?
Maybe those things are also at play. Maybe mold set them off and now they need attention too.

But MAYBE it’s that you’re on the wrong protocol for you. 🤔

The ways I see mold protocols fail people are:
👉🏻Binders before bioflavonoids
👉🏻Binders when bound up
👉🏻Absent antifungals

Animal studies taught me the importance of bioflavonoids for mold recovery. Even before binders are used, bioflavonoids are added. Binders may cause nutrient depletions. Animal care givers use them sparingly. But they add bioflavonoids as a regular additive to feed.

Bound up:
Binders only work if they can keep their bind and carry the bile out through poop. If you aren’t pooping, that bind can break, releasing the mycotoxin in the gut where it can cause more damage than when it was bound. If constipated, use pre-binders that stimulate bile before binders. Bile movement is the key.

Mold and mycotoxins induce your sinus and gut flora to become a pathogenic biofilm. The microbiome has a very difficult time staying in balance under this toxic influence. Antifungal plants help to restore balance.

⭐️ If you aren’t seeing progress and your mold protocol is missing bioflavonoids, bile movers, or antifungals – don’t go looking for other causes – because you likely aren’t addressing the one right under your nose…MOLD.

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