On this episode of Bulletproof Radio, Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, a practicing physician recovered from his own mold-related illness, talks the science behind the silent epidemic of mold. You will hear how genomics and testing is opening the door to understanding mold illness, and why microbes growing in water-damaged buildings make people sick. Have you ever wondered why some people can’t walk into a moldy building and others don’t seem to notice? Dr. Shoemaker has the answers and gives you the facts. Intimidated by the topic? Look for the Quick Reference Guide to this podcast on the Bulletproof Executive blog for terms and definitions, so you can easily be an expert too.
Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker is a practicing physician in Maryland and the author of eight books and multiple published academic papers. His latest book Surviving Mold: Life in the Era of Dangerous Buildings is a guide through diagnosis and treatment, remediation and a return to health. He is an expert on mold, having “looked death in the face” from his own mold-related illness. He lectures throughout the US on chronic inflammatory illnesses that are caused by exposure to moldy buildings and mycotoxins.
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