Dr. Neil Nathan discussed his new book Toxic in an interview with Scott Forsgren of Better Health Guy.
Following is a list of topics discussed in the interview:
- What is the difference between toxicity and sensitivity?
- What is a binder? How are absorption and adsorption different?
- How does one determine which binders to use?
- Can binder effectiveness be maximized with a focus on the liver and gallbladder?
- How are intracellular toxins detoxified?
- How important are HLA-DR genetics in terms of being a predictor of illness and a predictor of treatment outcome?
- What screening tests might be used to evaluate an environment for the possibility of mold?
- How are urine mycotoxin tests helpful?
- How can mold from a water-damaged building vs. mold from food consumption be differentiated in urine mycotoxin tests?
- How often is colonization a consideration in recovering from mold illness?
- Does treating MARCoNS make a positive shift for patients clinically?
- How do Bartonella and Babesia differ in their symptom presentation?
- What is provocation testing?
- Can Bartonella be treated without antibiotics?
- What is Mast Cell Activation Syndrome, and how is it treated?
- How might various body systems be rebooted?
- What is Polyvagal Theory, and what role does it play in recovery?
The interview is available in podcast as well as video formats.
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