Mold Avoiders Poll Results: 2017 Health-Promoting Activities

 

January 1, 2018

This poll was conducted in the Mold Avoiders Facebook group in December 2017. A total of 158 members participated.

The question and most frequent responses follow:

What activities did you do in 2017 that you were pretty sure or very sure were significantly helpful for your physical, emotional or spiritual health?  Hopefully this list will give others ideas of activities to focus on for 2018.

 

84% – Avoid toxic buildings (135 respondents)

80% – Get enough sleep (126 respondents)

67% – Avoid food contaminated with chemicals or mold toxins (106 respondents)

61% – Gluten-free diet (97 respondents)

61% – Avoid toxic drinking water (96 respondents)

59% – Binders (94 respondents)

59% – Sunshine/UV light (94 respondents)

59% – Avoid toxic locations (94 respondents)

55% – Be kind to others (87 respondents)

52% – Probiotics (82 respondents)

49% – Magnesium supplements (78 respondents)

47% – Mineral supplements (74 respondents)

47% – Hiking or walking (74 respondents)

47% – Air purifier (74 respondents)

46% – Eat lots of produce (73 respondents)

46% – Source ethically raised quality meats (72 respondents)

43% – Avoid cross-contaminations of particularly bad toxins (68 respondents)

41% – Focus on feeling grateful (65 respondents)

41% – B vitamins (65 respondents)

41% – Epsom salts baths (64 respondents)

39% – Vitamin C (62 respondents)

37% – Avoid dairy (58 respondents)

37% – Spend time with loved ones (58 respondents)

37% – Spend time in pristine locations (58 respondents)

35% – Use essential oils (56 respondents)

35% – Focus on forgiving others for their shortcomings or mistakes (56 respondents)

35% – Focus on meaningful work or activities (56 respondents)

35% – Laughter (55 respondents)

33% – Avoid complaining (52 respondents)

32% – Spiritual healing (50 respondents)

30% – Drink coffee (48 respondents)

30% – Spend time online (47 respondents)

29% – Intermittent or extended fasting (46 respondents)

29% – Learn to love and respect myself (46 respondents)

28% – Zinc (45 respondents)

28% – Watch movies or TV series (45 respondents)

28% – Avoid toxic chemicals (44 respondents)

28% – See a good doctor (44 respondents)

27% – Meditation (43 respondents)

26% – Thyroid hormone supplementation (41 respondents)

25% – Eat the right kinds of fats (39 respondents)

24% – Saunas (38 respondents)

24% – Prayer (38 respondents)

23% – Rest (37 respondents)

23% – Glutathione (36 respondents)

22% – Avoid chlorinated tap water (35 respondents)

22% – Massage (35 respondents)

20% – Homeopathy (32 respondents)

18% – Chocolate (29 respondents)

18% – Antihistamines (29 respondents)

18% – Coffee enemas (29 respondents)

18% – Yoga (28 respondents)

16% – Green tea (26 respondents)

16% – Drink at least 1/2 liter of water per 50 pounds of body weight daily (26 respondents)

16% – HEPA filters (26 respondents)

16% – Fermented foods (25 respondents)

16% – Grounding or earthing (25 respondents)

15% – Kill intestinal parasites (23 respondents)

14% – Stop focusing on mold as much (22 respondents)

14% – Attend religious services (22 respondents)

13% – Juicing (21 respondents)

13% – Chiropractor (20 respondents)

12% – P-5-P or B6 (19 respondents)

12% – Low-carbohydrate diet (19 respondents)

11% – Living near trees (17 respondents)

9% – Ionic detox footbath (15 respondents)

9% – Adrenal glandulars (15 respondents)

9% – CBD oil (14 respondents)

8% – EFT or emotional healing therapies (14 respondents)

8% – Iodine (13 respondents)

8% – Alcohol (12 respondents)

8% – Marijuana (12 respondents)

7% – Systemic enzymes (11 respondents)

7% – Oxygen therapy (11 respondents)

7% – Colon cleanse product (11 respondents)

6% – Low-dose naltrexone/LDN (10 respondents)

6% – Swimming (10 respondents)

6% – Drink natural spring water only (9 respondents)

6% – Biomat or similar mat (9 respondents)

6% – Hormone replacement (9 respondents)

5% – Breathwork (8 respondents)

5% – Replace mattress (8 respondents)

4% – Rebounding (7 respondents)

4% – Use tobacco (6 respondents)

4% – Colonics (6 respondents)

3% – Hopper (DNRS) or Gupta program (5 respondents)

3% – Plant-based diet (5 respondents)

3% – Core strength exercises when possible (5 respondents)

3% – Ozone therapy (4 respondents)

2% – Bemer or other vascular therapy (3 respondents)

2% – Raw goat milk (3 respondents)

2% – Magnesium Advocacy Group protocol (3 respondents)

2% – Bioresonance (3 respondents)

1% – Cold therapy or cryotherapy (2 respondents)

1% – Riboceine (2 respondents)

1% – Herbs to support detoxification (2 respondents)

 

Additional Responses

Antiparasitic herbs

Avoiding most plant foods

Balanced blood sugar with healthy carbs and stevia

Carbon air filters

Chelate heavy metals

Clonidine

Collagen

Craniosacral therapy

Cusack Protocol for EDS

Environmental ozone

Liposomal Vitamin C

Myofascial therapy

NAC

Psychotherapy

Rife machine

Ruptadine

Simplifying my  life

Sleep in blacked out room

Testing for nutrient deficiencies

Turmeric

 

A collection of additional poll results can be found on the Living Clean in a Dirty World blog.

 

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