In today’s podcast, I interview Dr. Neil Nathan about some controversial topics–and nothing is held back! We talk about what holds people back from fully healing, why the order to treating mold and Lyme is incredibly important, and the best testing for urine mycotoxins. We’re also touching on why your genetics (and your HLA-DR gene) might not matter as much as you think they do, whether or not antibiotics are necessary for Lyme patients, vaccines as triggers, the difficult-to-treat MARCoNS infection, and why pushing methylation can be a pitfall. If you or someone you love is dealing with mold toxicity or Lyme disease, then this is a must-listen.
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00:01:44: Dr. Neil Nathan’s new book, Toxic
00:04:17: Main sources holding people back from healing
00:06:38: Frequency of Bartonella, viruses, parasites, retroviruses in Lyme patients
00:09:43: What order to tackle infections and pathogens in
00:11:37: Dr. Shoemaker’s protocol: where we differ in testing and treatment
00:13:52: Best urine mycotoxin testing for mold
00:15:56: Other resources for mold and Lyme clients: books and ISEAI, ILADS
00:20:27: Should I take cholestyramine or other binders?
00:21:56: Tremors, internal vibrations, depersonalization, and other mold symptoms
00:26:13: How genetics (and HLA-DR gene) play a role
00:29:48: Whether or not herxing is necessary for healing
00:32:39: Dr. Nathan’s background in medical school
00:34:54: Antibiotics and healing for Lyme patients
00:36:53: MARCoNS, BEG spray, and sinus infections
00:44:28: Lyme vaccines, flu shots, and vaccine triggers
00:47:43: Why we don’t treat methylation right away
00:49:51: Cell Danger Response