Category: Mold Toxicity/Methylation

Effective Cleaning by John Banta, CIH

Banta, CIH jbanta@restcon.com July 2, 2016 510-769-7230 ext 306 Effective Cleaning Most house cleaning is aimed at making the home look clean, but is ususally ineffective at removing small particles such as residual mold spores and fungal fragments. Vacuum cleaners

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Rich von Konynenburg Award 2016

  I was delighted to be present when Dr. Stephen Genuis received the Second Annual Rich van Konynenburg Award from SHEICON in April. Dr. Genuis has published dozens of papers on the toxicity of our environment and how it is endangering

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Treatment Fatigue

Please talk about treatment fatigue in general, in particular, what are your options if your body cannot tolerate antibiotics, maybe the liver function is limited? By “treatment fatigue” I assume you mean that a specific patient cannot tolerate ongoing standard

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How Long Will Treatment Take?

When new patients make their first appointments, they usually have many questions about how long their treatment will take. Understandably, they get frustrated when we cannot answer those questions with any kind of specificity. Here’s the problem: Before we actually

Posted in Complex Medical Problems, Fibromyalgia, Lyme Disease, Mold Toxicity/Methylation

JUNK SCIENCE

I was quite upset last week to have forwarded to me by several patients and colleagues a blog written by Dr. Shoemaker on his Surviving Mold website called “Dr. Joseph Brewer: Nasal Fungi, Anti-Fungals and Junk Science.” This unprofessional diatribe

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Neil honored for his work in Methylation

Dr. Nathan is honored to have been the recipient of the First Annual Rich van Konynenburg Award from SHEICON just two weeks ago. (SHEICON is the Seeking Health Educational Institute Conference coordinated by Dr. Ben Lynch). Dr. Nathan worked with

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