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Long Chain Fatty Acids and Mold Toxicity
Boyd Haley, PhD, and Mercury Chelation
Dr. Jill Crist Pod Cast: Really good foundation Mold toxicity.
Dr. Kelley Halderman: Detox 2.5 and Mold Toxicity, again, really really good.
Beginners Guid to Mold Avoidance
Lisa Petrison, Eric Johnson
For Family Members and Beginners
Mold Illness: Surviving and Thriving: A Recovery Manual for Patients & Families Impacted By CIRS https://www.amazon.com/Mold-Illness-Surviving-Thriving-Recovery/dp/154392137X/ref=pd_ybh_a_38?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=9MG3X6TM864G1D0Q48MQ
Neil Nathan, MD
Toxic: Heal Your Body from. . .
State of the Art Answers to 500 Mold Questions
Leading mold researcher and physician Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, M.D., respond to questions from other physicians and from patients about treatment of toxic mold illness (which he calls chronic inflammatory response syndrome) in a straightforward way in this collection published in 2014. The book is available in Amazon Kindle format.
Dr. Ritchie Shoemaker, M.D., surveys the broad topic of toxic mold in buildings in this information-dense book (2010). It covers the topics of mold illness, its basis in inflammation, its physiology, and its links to politics and science. Suggested for those committed to the topic rather than for beginners. The book is available in paperback or for the Amazon Kindle.
Mold: The War Within
Kurt and Lee Ann Billings are journalists who became ill as a result of a mold exposure subsequent to Hurricane Katrina. Their book (2007) includes interviews with researchers, physicians and remediators specializing in toxic mold as well as information on the treatments they used to move toward recovery themselves. It is available in paperback and Amazon Kindle formats.
Back from the Edge
This is a readable and easily comprehensible biography of the life of Erik Johnson, a pioneer in the field of toxic mold illness and a cohort member of the 1980’s Lake Tahoe epidemic of the disease that the CDC eventually went on to call chronic fatigue syndrome. The book (published in 2013) provides a fast introduction to a number of difficult topics, including the role of toxic mold in ME/CFS; mold hyperreactivity; mold avoidance; detoxification; and hypothesized interactions between environmental chemicals and mold. The book was written by Lisa Petrison, Ph.D., and is presented as an Amazon Kindle book by the publishing division of Paradigm Change.
Breaking the Vicious Cycle
Specific Carbohydrate Diet
Nourishing Traditions: Cookbook that Challenges Politically Correct Nutrition and the Diet Dictocrats.
Sally Fallon and Mary Enig
Gut and Psychology Syndrome