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Mold can develop in chronically moist areas, such as behind this kitchen cabinet. This kind of water damage can put residents in danger of mold exposure.
How Mold Exposure Can Hurt Your Gut Health
If you’ve encountered mold, you’ve likely encountered mycotoxins—toxic byproducts of mold. Find out how mold exposure impacts gut health and what to do if you've encountered mycotoxins.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
RHR: Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker on Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome
In this episode, I discuss with Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker what chronic inflammatory response syndrome is, how people get exposed, and who is susceptible.
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causes of fatigue
5 Causes of Fatigue Your Doctor May Not Be Looking For
Fatigue is one of the most common health complaints, but its cause is not always easy to determine. Discover five little-known causes of fatigue that aren’t caused by poor diet and sleep deprivation.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
RHR: Genomic Testing for Chronic Illness—with Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker
In this episode, we welcome Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker to explore all facets of genomic testing and how it can influence how we diagnose chronic illness.
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mold effects brain
7 Ways Toxic Mold Affects Your Brain
Toxic mold can lead to serious, long-term symptoms throughout the body—including the brain. Check out this article for seven toxic mold effects on the brain.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
How to Rewire Your Brain Using DNRS, with Annie Hopper
Neuroplasticity is the idea that your brain can “rewire” itself in response to a variety of factors—including negative ones, like chronic illness and trauma. The Dynamic Neural Retraining System (DNRS) allows us to correct those...
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Histamine intolerance
Could Your Histamine Intolerance Really Be Mast Cell Activation Disorder?
Do you have trouble with histamine? Research shows that mast cell activation syndrome induces a hyperactive immune system, causing the release of histamine.
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Revolution Health Radio podcast, Chris Kresser
RHR: Prevention and Treatment of Alzheimer’s from a Functional Perspective—with Dr. Dale Bredesen
In this episode, Dr. Bredesen of the Buck Institute explores Alzheimer's disease and how it can be prevented and treated with diet and lifestyle changes.
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Is Alzheimer's contagious?
Is Alzheimer’s an Infectious Disease?
Incidences of Alzheimer’s disease have rising sharply, but our understanding of this devastating condition remains incomplete. In an effort to develop more effective treatments, researchers have begun to explore new theories of what causes Alzheimer’s.
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