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MycoTOX Profile (Mold Exposure)

Unmask the Growing Health Threat of Mycotoxins (Mold Exposure)

Mycotoxins, produced by certain mold species, are some of the most prevalent toxins and can come from many sources, including water-damaged rooms or buildings with poor ventilation, humid climates, vehicles, and food.

These compounds have been recognized as a growing global health concern due to their acute and chronic adverse health impacts, including fatigue, IBS, and immune dysfunction.

Mycotoxin exposure can be challenging to diagnose without proper testing due to vague and often varied symptoms.

This urine-based test accurately assesses levels of 11 different mycotoxins, including Aflatoxin M1, Ochratoxin A, Zearalenone, and Trichothecenes.

The MycoTOX Profile has been designed to help uncover mycotoxin exposure and guide a therapeutic strategy for prevention and treatment.

Why Test for MycoToxins?

Mycotoxins, known for causing both acute and chronic health effects with varied symptoms, can impact individuals differently based on age, sex, genetics, and health status. Proper assessment and testing, such as the MycoTOX Profile, are crucial for healthcare practitioners to identify mycotoxin exposure and develop accurate prevention and treatment strategies for patients with mold exposure.

How Can Someone Be Exposed to Mycotoxins?

Exposure to mold occurs through inhalation, dermal contact, and ingestion of contaminated foods such as corn, cereals, nuts, spices, fruits, and various other sources. Mold contamination in indoor environments, facilitated by excessive moisture, affects materials like drywall and carpeting, leading to the production of spores, cells, and volatile organic compounds associated with various health hazards.

Who Might Benefit from the MycoTOX Profile?

Exposure to molds can negatively impact health either directly through inhalation, skin contact with mold or mold spores, or indirectly due to the concomitant presence of their secondary metabolites - mycotoxins.

This would be recommended for those with known mold exposure, or those who have chronic health symptoms that don't resolve despite various methods of treatment.

Symptoms and disease states associated with mycotoxin exposure include the following:

  • Alzheimer’s

  • Anxiety/Depression

  • Asthma

  • Autism Spectrum

  • Bronchitis

  • Cancer (e.g., Hepatic, Esophageal)

  • Chronic Fatigue

  • Cognitive Impairments

  • Headaches

  • Infertility

  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD)

  • Intestinal Permeability (Leaky Gut)

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Other Mood Impairments

  • Parkinson's Disease

Mycotoxin exposure is resolved starting with identifying and removing the source, followed by supporting your body's ability to detoxify, with key nutrients and lifestyle methods.

With the data retrieved from this test, we can further personalise your program to have you feeling relieved from your specific health concerns caused by mold exposure.

MycoTOX Brochure

Sample Report

Collection Preparation

Collection Instructions

Testing Method: Urine sample

*Pricing includes 1x initial and 1x follow-up consultations

(Note: This is 25% off for coaching clients)



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