In this podcast I interview mold biotoxin specialist, Paula Vetter. We dive deep into the causes and concerns of chronic inflammatory response (CIRS) created by exposure to mold from water damage. Some of the health and behavioral concerns associated with CIRS are depression, anxiety, lack of mental clarity, chronic fatigue, digestive issues, motor and nerve function disturbance, and much more. This can be one of the reasons your child is not getting better!

Paula Vetter is an R.N. with over 30 years experience in holistic medicine, and she is one of the few certified specialist practitioners in mold biotoxins and the chronic inflammatory response created by it. Learn how to find out if you or your child may be experiencing this response and what you can do about it.

Links associated with this podcast:

Paula’s book, Mold Illness, Surviving and Thriving, can be found at

Specialized laboratory in the identification and testing of fungi (molds), and more,

The company Wondermakers,, trains and certifies contractors in properly removing all hazardous chemicals such as asbestos, lead, and mold. Any willing contractor can be trained and certified through them.

Quickly Reduce Your Child’s Symptoms
of Autism by Eliminating 7 Specific Foods that Most People Consume Daily!

The first crucial step of autism recovery is to begin restoring health to the gut and the immune system.

The health of the gut is directly linked to the health of the brain and therefore to the symptoms of autism. In fact, 80% of the immune system comes from the gut so if the gut is not healthy, then the brain can’t thrive, and the immune system is compromised. It’s a vicious cycle, but thankfully, it’s one that we can put an end to by first eliminating harmful foods.

This is for informational purposes only and is not meant to diagnose or treat.

Quickly Reduce Your Child's Symptoms of Autism by Eliminating 7 Specific Foods that Most People Consume Daily

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