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dan67
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Hey everyone I feel the need to update you all, I was very near death but extreme mold avoidance saved my life, I have been following in Bryan Rsoner's footsteps now, he has a free podcast on this topic.

The weird thing is that I had already done remediation and mold treatment, but doing the "erik style extreme" version of mold avoidance seems to have flipped a switch, and caused decades of tons to pour out and I'm a new poerson.

I really don't have medical advice for anyone but there's a lot of free info like byran's work ( his podcast https://lymebook.podbean.com/ ) and also Erik Johnson's books.

The hardest part is to get over the mental leap of thinking that "extreme" mold avoidance is different from normal mold treatment...something is different.

Also, I tried brain training and DNRS and they didn't help me...if they helped you great but that wasn't my answer. hope everyone is well.

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Congratulations!!! Thats great news! For extreme mold avoidance do you live outside? Like in the desert?
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Great job, dan67!!!

That is so wonderful!

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Some people do live outside yes, it is hard to find a good enough house to live in in the early phases of extreme mold avoidance.

But I mean, there are so many strange aspects to this treatment that you wouldn't expect. I was really skeptical of it for the first few months but now I'm beyond convinced.

Anyway I subscribe to this blog and here is a recent post that really clears up some of the confusing parts of it.

https://lymebook.com/bryan/2021/03/07/false-assumptions-in-mold-avoidance/

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Good info.

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Yes hopefully helps someone!
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You make me smile!

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