24 May, 2021

The Gluten, Yeast, and Mold Feedback Loop

By |2021-05-25T04:58:59+00:00May 24th, 2021|Candida Diet, Educational, Environmental Toxins, Immune System, Inflammation, Mold Health Issues, Toxic Load|0 Comments

Why Gluten and Yeast Can Trigger an Endless Cycle of Reactivity for Mold Sufferers by Dr. Susan Tanner, MD, and Eric Hosford, RN Gluten and yeast overgrowth (mostly Candida albicans) are often mentioned together in relation to immune dysfunction and mold illness.  But if yeast is able to Read more

17 May, 2021

When to Use Natural, Whole-Body Antifungals

By |2021-05-17T14:39:26+00:00May 17th, 2021|Educational, Immune System, Inflammation, Mold Health Issues|5 Comments

The Place for Natural Antifungals in the Treatment of Mold-Injured Patients by Dr. Susan Tanner, MD A few weeks ago, we introduced an article about the use of prescription antifungal medications in treating patients with mold/candida problems.  We discussed when these medications should be used, and what symptoms Read more

16 February, 2020

SIBO: A Newer Term for an Older Condition

By |2020-04-18T21:41:11+00:00February 16th, 2020|Candida Diet, Chronic Illness, Detoxification, Educational, Environmental Toxins, Immune System, Inflammation, Mold Health Issues, Toxic Load|25 Comments

Explaining Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth or SIBO and Its Connection to Chronic and Environmental Illness by Dr. Susan Tanner, MD SIBO, or Small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, has been an underlying condition for many inflammatory or autoimmune conditions for many years but is being recognized and diagnosed only in Read more

29 September, 2019

It’s a Gut Feeling! (Yes-Mold Can Do That!)

By |2020-04-18T20:45:09+00:00September 29th, 2019|Educational, Environmental Toxins, Immune System, Mold Health Issues, Toxic Load|0 Comments

Addressing and Healing Gastrointestinal Issues Caused by Mold Toxins By Dr. Susan Tanner, MD When discussing the impact of mold on the body and its multiple systems, it is easy to miss the negative influence it can have on the gastrointestinal tract (GI tract). Many times patients mistakenly Read more

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