Dr. Amy Shah on “Toxic Mold, Intermittent Fasting, and Vegan vs. Low Carb”

 

November 3, 2015

Dave Asprey interviewed Amy Shah, M.D., in a video on the Bulletproof blog on “Toxic Mold, Intermittent Fasting, and Vegan vs. Low Carb.”

From the interview:

Dave Asprey: 

Let’s say someone walks in the door and they don’t know that they have  mold. How are they going to present? How would they know?

Amy Shah:

The very, very obvious story would be someone like you. Someone who is getting chronic sinus infections, chronic bronchial or lung infections, fatigue, headaches, skin rashes, autoimmune type symptoms, joint
pains. Just unrelated things that seem to have started all at once. The kicker is if you say sometimes they can tell, but the kicker is when you say okay, when you travel somewhere or you go somewhere else or somewhere in the history, a beach is a classic story. I went on vacation to the beach and on the ocean I feel so great story went to this other country and I feel amazing. That is pretty much the giveaways of the classic, we don’t have to do any testing, nothing. You can pretty much say you need to look for this. Like you said, sometimes it turns out to be something else but most of the time it turns out to be environmental toxin, mold.

Dave Asprey: 

In your practice, in your experience, and this is something asked everybody in the movie to but how prevalent is this?

Amy Shah:

Oh my God, I see it every day.

 

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