Mold’s Contribution To Chronic Inflammatory Diseases

Tom O’Bryan, DC, CCN, DABCN, CIFM

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Summary
  • It’s never “just” mold, there are always additional environmental triggers.
  • Favorite nutritional solutions to reduce inflammation.
  • The extra steps you may need to rebuild your immune system.
Transcript
Christine Schaffner, N.D.

Welcome everyone to the Mycotoxin and Chronic Illness Summit. I’m Dr. Christine Schaffner, and today my guest is my dear friend and mentor, Dr. Tom O’Bryan, and we’re gonna be picking his brain literally, and looking at where does mold fit in this overview, in this picture of chronic inflammatory diseases that are so rampant today. So welcome Dr. Tom. I’m really honored to get to interview you again.

 

Tom O’Bryan DC, CCN, DACBN, CIFM​

Oh, thank you, and it really is my pleasure, and it’s always a joy to bounce back and forth off each other. We create new lines of thinking for people when we dance together. So it’s a pleasure to be with you.

 

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