Build Resilience Post Toxic Mold Exposure

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Summary
  • Understand why toxic mold can trigger trauma in some people
  • Learn strategies to build resilience to mold exposure and lessen symptoms over time
  • Discover the best ways to cut Mast Cell Activation Syndrome (MCAS) after mold exposure
  • This video is part of the Mold, Mycotoxin, and Chronic Illness Summit
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Ann Shippy, MD

Welcome to another episode of Mycotoxins, Mold, and Chronic Illness Summit. I’m your host Dr. Ann Shippy, and today we get to talk to Dr. Jill Carnahan. She is just one of the most incredible clinicians and also one of my favorite people on the planet. She is a functional medicine expert. She’s board-certified in family practice and also integrative holistic medicine. She’s the founder of Flatiron Functional Medicine Clinic. She teaches, she speaks, she writes, she is on a mission to help humanity, and she has been very, very productive this last year. It’s just mind-boggling how much she’s gotten done on top of all the incredible things she’s doing all the time. She’s finished a book and she’s also accomplished a documentary. So thank you so much for joining us. Is there anything else you want to add to that? Did I miss anything important?

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Bret Gregory
Bret Gregory
26 days ago

Dr. Jill Carnahan’s journey through battling breast cancer, Crohn’s disease, and mold-related illnesses is nothing short of inspiring. 🌟 Her resilience and dedication to functional medicine have transformed her personal struggles into a mission to help others. Her insights on the toxic load concept, which she explains through the metaphor of a bucket filling up over time with various toxins, resonate deeply. 🪣 It highlights the importance of being mindful of our environment and the substances we are exposed to daily. This interview sheds light on how critical it is to address not only the physical aspects of chronic illnesses but also the emotional and psychological ones. 💡

The discussion on the role of mold and mycotoxins in health is particularly eye-opening. 🦠 Dr. Carnahan shares how her seemingly idyllic childhood environment was, in reality, a source of chronic exposure to mold and toxins. This experience shaped her understanding of how these exposures can trigger and exacerbate illnesses like cancer and autoimmune diseases. Her emphasis on the importance of clean air, water, and food as foundational steps towards health is a practical takeaway for anyone looking to improve their well-being. 🌿💧🍎 It’s a reminder that our health starts with the basics and that these simple yet crucial steps can significantly impact our overall health.

Dr. Carnahan also highlights the importance of addressing trauma and stress as part of the healing journey. 🧘‍♀️ The connection between our mental state and physical health is undeniable, and her approach to incorporating stress resilience practices into treatment is essential. 🧠 She stresses that understanding and mitigating trauma can help improve outcomes for those dealing with chronic illnesses. This holistic approach, which includes both traditional and functional medicine, provides a comprehensive framework for healing.

What strategies have you found most effective in managing stress and maintaining overall well-being? Let’s share our experiences and learn from each other! 🌟💬

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