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Updated January 2022
"Reducing the risks of mold exposure is very important to your health and well-being, and this eBook encapsulates this perfectly. I would definitely recommend this book not only to health care workers, but to anyone in the general public who is unfamiliar with the risks of exposure to mold in the home. "
"As someone who believes that everything in the body is connected, I found it extremely interesting that this eBook touches on the lesser known dangers of mould as they pertain to depression and other mental disorders. It’s clear that mould has a wide-ranging impact on all aspects of human health, and as written so eloquently by the author, “knowing how bad the risks are always leads to better decisions”. Understanding the truth about mould toxicity and the associated symptoms provides the first step into changing your environment for the betterment of your health and longevity. I highly recommend this eBook to anyone looking to get to the bottom of their mysterious symptoms or to generally learn more about mould exposure and toxicity."
"You’ve changed your diet, bought the right supplements, and taken on the right lifestyle changes – but you’re still not healing. At this point you are likely wondering, what is missing? What more is there to do? You may have been told that, through bad genes or bad luck, this will be your life from now on. But what if the answer isn’t inside you, but outside? Environmental health matters, and it starts with our homes. After describing what can go wrong, the eBook then teaches us how to find mould and what causes it to grow. This is essential reading for anyone moving into a new home, or anyone with confirmed or suspected mould growth. I find the summary of what mould is and how it grows to be a nice touch, as well as the government guidelines. Both of these may provide you with extra clout when getting professional help or discussing the issue with your landlord or real estate agency."
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