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A low inflammatory and low oxalate diet is a vital foundation to a mould protocol.
This needs to be tailored to the individual as there may be histamine issues and/or sulphur issues that need to be taken into consideration.
Our bodies waste can become more toxic when we bring in glutathione, binders and anti-fungals to assist with removing moulds and the biotoxins that moulds produce.
A lovely bubbly client had issues with sleep and fatigue. The client was waking multiple times per night, had trouble falling back to sleep, night urination and not dreaming…
When our oxalate bucket over flows, we may see urinary issues such as not fully voiding. We may be bursting to urinate, make it to the toilet, only to think ‘that wasn’t much of a wee’.
There can be another side to moulds, apart from the physical. The emotional side. This was pointed out to me, by an amazing Social Worker and ‘Story Weaver’ who I refer clients to, Donelle Smith.
This post provides direction in testing for moulds in your body, and where it habitats in the home.
This week we start with what the symptom picture can look like as a result of exposure, and how to address these issues.