Mold can build up in our home from humidity, moisture, and lack of cleaning. However, we aren’t always able to see mold with our naked eye. Living with mold (whether we know it or not) can lead us to sickly symptoms that will only continue if we don’t change our environment.
Some of the symptoms toxic mold can cause are brain fog, fatigue, a never-ending cold, or even a change to your menstrual cycle. Yup – mold can impact our cycle! To chat about mold, how it affects our cycle, and what we can do to prevent it, I am joined by the amazing Bridgit Danner. Since losing everything she had to toxic mold, Bridgit is passionate about educating others to prevent it from happening to them.
Throughout this episode, Bridgit shares the story of how mold in her house completely changed her health and overall life. You will hear about how she discovered there was mold in her house, what her symptoms were, what she recommends for someone healing from being exposed to toxic mold, what toxic mold even is, her top tips for detoxifying, how mold affects our menstrual cycle, and so much more.
Meet Our Podcast Guest:
[Cycle Day 10 – inner Spring]
Bridgit Danner has been a licensed acupuncturist since 2004 and a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner since 2015. After losing everything to toxic mold, Bridgit now educates about toxins on how to detoxify with a functional healthcare approach through her online community, links below.
In this episode we chat about:
- How Bridgit became interested in the natural medicine space (04:54)
- When Bridgit discovered her house had mold (10:46)
- What is toxic mold? (19:46)
- How does mold affect our cycle? (25:19)
- How can we heal from mold? (32:45)
- About Bridgit’s book and her 10 tips for detoxifying (45:20)
Connect with our Guest:
Want to learn more about Bridgit’s mold recovery? She is gifting our WWP listeners a FREE guide; Toxic Mold Recovery Guide.
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Until next time beautiful!
Get connected, listen to your body and remember; body confidence all begins with living in tune with your menstrual cycle.