Mold Avoiders Poll Results: 2018 Health-Promoting Activities

 

January 31, 2019

This poll was conducted in the Mold Avoiders Facebook group in December 2018. A total of 97 members participated.

The question and most frequent responses follow:

What activities did you do in 2018 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 2019.

 

92% – Avoid toxic chemicals (89 respondents)

89% – Avoid toxic buildings (86 respondents)

85% – Get enough sleep (82 respondents)

77% – Avoid toxic locations (75 respondents)

73% – Supplements (other than binders) to support detoxification (73 respondents)

72% – Drink plenty of water (70 respondents)

68% – Avoid food contaminated with chemical or mold toxins (66 respondents)

66% – Sunshine/UV light (64 respondents)

64% – Focus on feeling grateful (62 respondents)

64% – Avoid chlorinated tap water (62 respondents)

61% – Avoid toxic drinking water (59 respondents)

61% – Rest (59 respondents)

60% – Eat lots of produce (58 respondents)

56% – Magnesium supplements (54 respondents)

55% – Be kind to others (53 respondents)

54% – Gluten-free diet (52 respondents)

53% – Air purifier (51 respondents)

53% – Eat the right kinds of fats (51 respondents)

53% – Binders (other than cholestyramine) (51 respondents)

53% – Spend time in pristine locations (51 respondents)

52% – Hiking or walking (50 respondents)

51% – Laughter (49 respondents)

50% – Probiotic supplements (48 respondents)

50% – Source ethically raised quality meats (48 respondents)

47% – Focus on meaningful work or activities (46 respondents)

46% – Avoid cross-contamination of particularly bad toxins (45 respondents)

45% – Avoid dairy (44 respondents)

44% – Avoid complaining (43 respondents)

42% – Watch movies or TV series (41 respondents)

42% – Prayer (41 respondents)

41% – Spend time with loved ones (40 respondents)

41% – Focus on loving and respecting myself (40 respondents)

39% – Vitamin C (38 respondents)

39% – Epsom salt baths (38 respondents)

39% – See a good doctor (38 respondents)

38% – Focus on forgiving others for their shortcomings or mistakes (37 respondents)

34% – Mineral supplements (33 respondents)

34% – B vitamins (33 respondents)

32% – Saunas (31 respondents)

32% – Low carbohydrate diet (31 respondents)

32% – Spend time online (31 respondents)

29% – Meditation (29 respondents)

29% – Drink coffee (28 respondents)

28% – Grounding or earthing (27 respondents)

28% – Use essential oils (27 respondents)

25% – Zinc (24 respondents)

25% – Chiropractor (24 respondents)

25% – Glutathione (24 respondents)

25% – Stop focusing on mold as much (24 respondents)

25% – Kill intestinal parasites (24 respondents)

24% – Focus on spousal relationship (23 respondents)

24% – Cholestyramine (23 respondents)

24% – Intermittent or extended fasting (23 respondents)

24% – Thyroid hormone supplementation (23 respondents)

23% – Living near trees (22 respondents)

23% – Juicing (22 respondents)

22% – Coffee enemas (21 respondents)

22% – Organic, pasture-raised, homemade bone broth (21 respondents)

22% – Spiritual healing (21 respondents)

20% – CBD oil (19 respondents)

20% – Chocolate (19 respondents)

20% – Exercise (other than hiking, walking or swimming) (19 respondents)

20% – Iodine (19 respondents)

19% – Massage (18 respondents)

19% – Avoid spending time online or on screens (18 respondents)

17% – P-5-P or B6 (16 respondents)

16% – Yoga (16 respondents)

16% – Colon cleanse product or psyllium (16 respondents)

16% – Drink green or black tea (16 respondents)

14% – Fermented foods (14 respondents)

14% – Swimming (14 respondents)

13% – Gardening (13 respondents)

12% – EFT or other emotional healing therapies (other than Hopper or Gupta) (12 respondents)

12% – Antihistamines (12 respondents)

12% – Systemic enzymes (12 respondents)

11% – Low-dose naltrexone (LDN) (11 respondents)

11% – Attend religious services (11 respondents)

11% – Oil pulling and good oral hygiene (11 respondents)

10% – Marijuana (10 respondents)

10% – Homeopathy (10 respondents)

9% – Ionic detox footbath (9 respondents)

8% – Dehumidifier (8 respondents)

8% – Biomat or similar mat (8 respondents)

7% – Drink alcohol (7 respondents)

6% – Anti-fungal sinus rinse (6 respondents)

4% – Hopper (DNRS) or Gupta brain retraining program (4 respondents)

4% – Hyperbaric oxygen therapy (4 respondents)

3% – Medical ozone therapy (other than IV) (3 respondents)

3% – Qui gong (3 respondents)

3% – Adrenal glandulars (3 respondents)

3% – IV ozone therapy (including 10 pass) (3 respondents)

2% – Myotherapy (2 respondents)

 

Additional Mentions

Amalgam removal

Bioenergetic testing

Dry brushing

Glutathione precursors

Infrared light therapy

Liver flushes

Molybdenum

NAC

Olive leaf extract

Omega-3 oils

Quercetin

Reading

Rebounding

Root canal removal

Spend time with positive people

Sugar avoidance

Testosterone replacement

 

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

 

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