Hormonal Imbalances Due to Mold Exposure with Dr. Jill Crista

Dr. Jill Crista is a naturopathic doctor, with her practice and educational courses, she has helped thousands of people heal from mold exposure. Like us, mold also exists in a delicate ecosystem; in its natural environment mold acts as nature’s composter but when outdoor species migrate inside your home, it begins composting you. Mold exposure is difficult to identify because the mold releases mycotoxins that enter your bloodstream giving it access to every system in your body. Skin irritation is usually the first sign but the mycotoxins and off-gasses can affect your hearing, bladder, thyroid, and gut.

Being vigilant in your home and workspace is vital to your health. Mold thrives in your bathrooms, roofing, fridge filters, and just about anything that is exposed to water. Of course, the best option is to avoid exposure but if you have or are currently exposed, Dr. Crista shares foods and supplements that can help detox your system

Without proper detox protocols, mold begins attacking your liver which subsequently disrupts hormone regulation. In addition, certain toxins target the ovaries and testicles leading to infertility. The dangerous side effects are real and there is no way to know how your body will react when you come into contact with these toxins so be sure to give your body the support it needs.

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