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6Hypnone
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Since I cannot post a pic, the positive results I got were:

ochratoxin: Range 4-20; My result: 72.34
gliotoxin: Range 200-2000; My result: 2690.9
mycophenolic acid: Range 5-50; My result: 75.47
chaetoglobosin: Range 20-80; My result: 40.65
citrinin: Range 10-50; My result: 15.44

All others tested as ZERO, which were aflatoxin, sterigmatocystin, roridin E, verrucann A, zearalenone, enniatin B

I looked at all the explanations, most having to do w/flooding but not all.

Anyone have exp in these toxins?

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I would bet this is part of the problem with your gut. I don't know what the specific toxins are, but I bet treating these will help you tons.

Sorry I have no specific answers.

Are these due to mold exposure?

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Yes or according to the definitions of the toxins.
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