How Molds And Their Mycotoxins Create Treatment Failure
ED Note: These notes on Molds and Mycotoxins are sparse because I’m a day late with this Episode’s publication because the computer/network servers beyond my understanding or expertise simply weren’t talking to each other correctly. CBJ crashed during my customary weekend writing time. More coming later.
See the excellent complimentary interview below from Dr. Woeller.
Dr. Matthew Pratt-Hyatt reports that he received his Ph.D. in cellular and molecular biology from the University of Michigan. He’s written over a dozen publications in leading research journals. He is currently am Associate Laboratory Director at The Great Plains Laboratory and specializes in developing tools that examine factors at the interface between genetics, toxicology, and mycotoxins from specific mold species.
The Great Plains Laboratory comprehensive testing for Mycotoxins is cost-effective, based on easy urine samples and available globally: GPLMycoTox references below. He makes it clear at the end of this interview that Great Plains also provides trained biomedical professionals to help understand and interpret these interesting, clinically provocative new findings.
Listen up as Dr. Pratt-Hyatt reviews his significant experience and clinical challenges with identifying and treating mycotoxin insults to improve brain function.
Additional Interesting CBJ Guests On Toxins/Testing
- CBJ/103 Dr. Joe Pizzorno – Toxin Solutions
- CBJ/037 Dr. Chris Martenson – Neurotoxins & World Economics
- CBJ/125 Dr. William Shaw on Measuring Environmental Toxins GPLTox
- CBJ/140 Dr. Kurt Woeller – Autism & Testing – Candida GPL-OATS
- CBJ/172 Dr. Jay Leanord on Genetic Testing For Treatment Failure
- CBJ/192 Dr. Kurt Woeller – Mycotoxins, Mold and Toxin Testing Details
- Great Plains Mycotoxins – Details 8pg PDF: https://www.corebrainjournal.com/mycotoxin
- Sample GPL Mycotoxins – Report 4pg PDF: https://www.corebrainjournal.com/mycotoxin-report
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Thanks, Dr. Hyatt-Pratt for joining us here at CBJ to review the latest better brain solutions for surmounting the challenges so often seen with this remarkably overlooked environmental challenge.
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