Water-Damaged Buildings, Environmental Toxins and Your Health – Video Interview

Over the last few years without warning I found myself diving deep into the world of Neuroimmune Illnesses & environmental toxins.  Because these issues have affected me personally and many around me, I have become a passionate speaker and advocate for exposing the dangers of environmental toxins and the adverse effects on human health. The harm to my health was mainly due to working in an office with abnormally high levels of certain chemical compounds, molds and mycotoxins.

So today I wanted to share with you a very interesting video interview that you might find helpful if you or someone you know is suffering with any of the above mentioned health issues.
For more information on the effects of mold/mycotoxins and other environmental toxins please click here.
To visit the site of the person conducting this interview click here. 

Below are a few of the many points discussed in the video interview:

– When inflammation occurs in the body due to certain contaminants and molds a change in cell membrane permeability occurs. Research on the topic done by Dr. Shoemaker explains that in these acute cases of inflammation, the brain develops microscopic interstitial edema that is not visible on a MRI since the images are on a macroscopic level.  The swelling/inflammation in these cases occurs between the cells (on a microscopic level).

– Baby chicks and young pigs suffer from a parasite called Eimeria. It is responsible for killing many of them off.
To counter the death of thousands of animals raised in sometimes filthy and inhumane conditions the mass producers of these animals put Monensin and other antibiotics in animal feeds. (As we have learned this past decade, use of antibiotics in animal feed is harmful to human health and is now being connected to antibiotic resistant bacteria.)

Toxic molds can cause the immune system to cross react with gluten and casein. So after a person is exposed to airborne molds they may become sensitive to gluten and casein.

– There is a connection between: Celiac Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease and inflammatory processes in the body due to exposure to air contaminates inside water damaged homes and buildings.

Mycotoxins in food.

– Deficiency of MSH, an anti-inflammatory, regulatory hormone is connected to gluten intolerance and other issues.

– Being in a moldy environment is not beneficial in autistic children.

Glutathione importance in the body and much more.

Below is a timeline of What You’ll Hear in this Interview. Timeline is from the bulletproofexec.com website.

  •   0:09 – Cool Fact of the Day!
  •   0:41 – Welcome Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker
  •   2:00 – Surviving Mold
  •   2:50 – VIP: vasoactive intestinal polypeptide
  •   5:10 – Percentage of people susceptible to mold
  •   6:05 – The importance of noticing minor symptoms
  •   8:33 – Mold in food
  • 10:15 – TGF Beta-1
  • 11:15 – Mold in pork: summer vs. winter
  • 13:15 – Inflammation
  • 13:40 – Microscopic Interstitial Edema
  • 14:40 – Effects of concussion or brain injury when mold is present
  • 15:40 – Melanocyte Stimulating Hormone and tight junctions in gut
  • 18:10 – Industrial animal farms
  • 19:50 – A few good reasons not to eat chicken
  • 23:35 – From n=1 to n=100
  • 28:48 – Food intolerances and chronic inflammation
  • 30:48 – MSH deficiency and autoimmunity
  • 31:42 – Gluten and gluteomorphins in brain
  • 33:00 – Autism and mold effects
  • 34:40 – Wheat, corn, soy, and mycotoxins
  • 51:40 – Is there a case for eating mold in food?
  • 56:40 –Top three recommendations for kicking more ### and being Bulletproof!
  • 59:15 – Visual contrast sensitivity (VCS) as a biohack

For the health of you and yours,
LCO

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