Biotoxin Illness:

What Clinicians
Need to Know to Help Their Most Challenging Clients!


This 12-hr course, previously recorded live, is now available for on-demand access.
Recordings viewable for 6 months
All slides and handouts may be downloaded to your permanent files.

(Note: this course does not provide CPE)

There is a serious lack of clinicians especially nutritionist/dietitians trained to help those with biotoxin Illness.

This course will bring your knowledge of toxicity and detoxification full circle so you can practice at the highest level to best serve your clientele with their most challenging health concerns!

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Course Information:

Hosted by Susan Allen RDN, CCN, FMNS

Primary Instructor: Karen Wright, MS, CN, author of “Is it Mold” 

CPE: 12 Pre-approved CPEs for RDNs
(Others may inquire with their credentialing board

How often do you enter a building or spend the day at home? Every day of course, and now, so many work from home as well!  According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the average American spends 87% of life indoors and 6% in cars leaving 7% of life outdoors. The EPA has also found the indoor pollutants are 2 to 5 times greater than outside pollutants. As more and more hours are spent inside, these pollutants affect more people with health issues. One of the major pollutants to be concerned about is mold.

In fact, mold and their toxins (mycotoxins) are at the root of many chronic illnesses and immune dysfunction. Too many people suffer from mystery illnesses FOR YEARS only to be told, “just take these meds.” And they STILL don’t feel well!

Mycotoxins are part of a group of Biotoxins; substances that are biological in nature but toxic to humans. For numerous reasons molds pose a threat to certain populations and without the proper support, your client’s health will spiral out of control. There are key nutritional inventions that can help improve one’s health, but without knowing the proper assessment, testing and protocols, you may miss the root issue and your client may degrade even more!

Mold is not the end of the story. Although people spend 7% of their time outdoors Lyme disease has been on the rise and many of the people with mold illness also have Lyme disease and vice versa. Mycotoxins and Lyme biotoxins are both proving to be a silent crisis and the medical community is only just now realizing how bad they are.

Symptoms that Both Mold Illness and Lyme Disease Share

Diet is an important aspect of Support, but there is much more, like having the resources to steer your clients to the right medical and remediation experts, without which optimal outcomes cannot be ensured!

Having the knowledge and expertise to help individuals that have one or both conditions will bring your nutrition practice to the next level. The information in this class will bridge the gap in your knowledge of proper assessment, building remediation, and customized support with nutritional and lifestyle intervention.

What’s covered in this Mini-Series:

  • Mold basics and the Biotoxin pathway of health effects
  • Cross over with Lyme disease and other co-morbidities
  • Identification of vulnerable populations
  • Specialized laboratory assessment
  • Mold identification and remediation techniques and resources
  • Clinical support, including specialty diets, lifestyle, and supplement protocols for success; real case accounts shared!

Expert Guest Instructors / Panelists

Karen Wright, MS, CN

Steve Levy

Diane Parks NP

Lee Anne Walsh, RDN, CLT, CGP

Elizabeth (Liz) Rose MMSc, RDN

Biotoxin 12-hr Training Intensive: Only $297.00

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