Depression is a very common illness. About 17 percent of the population will have at least one episode in their lifetime. WHO predicts that by 2030, depression will cause more disability and mortality than any other illness … Read the rest
Mold has three forms is its lifecycle. It can be an active and alive fungus, which lives on water and cellulose, such as that found in drywall. Once established through water intrusion it eats and grows to a density of about 250,000 … Read the rest
An excellent research study from Dr. Shoemaker’s Clinic showing how biotoxin illness causes structural brain changes including swelling of the frontal lobes, hippocampus and cerebellum as well as shrinking of the caudate. Dysfunction in these regions of the brain can … Read the rest
Mitochondria are the cell’s battery pack. They are an ancient structure present in every cell, which you inherit from your mother only. When the mitochondria function properly, oxygen present in the blood is used to produce 38ATP through the Krebb’s cycle (most … Read the rest
Living in a moldy, water damaged building has many health consequences including asthma and other respiratory ailments, fatigue, headaches, sore throats, rashes, muscles cramps and aches, joint pain, anxiety and depression.
The connection between mold and depression was well documented … Read the rest
A good interview with Dr. Shoemaker by Dr. Mercola about mold illness. We use the Shoemaker protocol at MyPassion4Health to treat mold illness. Understanding Dr. Shoemaker does have a learning curve, but for people who are somewhere in the diagnostic … Read the rest