The following video discusses far more than chronic fatigue or fibromyalgia. It is a fascinating look at the implications of water damage in buildings. This comes from the Holtorf Medical Group, based in California. Their website makes this statement:
"There is increasing evidence that a chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia can be caused or exacerbated by exposure to toxins produced by living organisms (biotoxins). Research has shown that the exposure can be from both internal (chronic infections) and external sources such as mold infested buildings."
The entire lecture is worth viewing. I have chosen this excerpt for its discussion of cholestyramine and the dynamics involved in neurotoxic illness.
Neurotoxins and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia #2 (Part 4/7)
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