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Guest: Dana Howell, Dr. Shoemaker: Pioneer in CIRS, Mold & Biotoxins;

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Published on Mar 15, 2016

See transcript: http://selfhacked.com/2016/03/15/dr-r...

I'm happy to be interviewing Dr. Shoemaker with guest host Dana Howell. Dana's introduced me to a lot of the CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome) and mold research. I was really impressed with her story; now she has greatly healed herself from CIRS and helps others to recover.

Dr. Shoemaker is a pioneer in CIRS research, has written several books, and has successfully treated thousands of mold patients.

Dana: Thrilled to be bringing two people together that have been so instrumental in my healing of CIRS. After being exposed to a moldy building in Vietnam I experienced some really chronic and excruciating symptoms that truly baffled doctors and really caused me to dig into the depths of my heart and soul to overcome. It was Dr. Shoemaker’s knowledge of biotoxin pathways that really played a huge part in my recovery. He’s really changed my life. He’s written several books, including "Mold Warriors," and also "Surviving Mold," (Joe calls that one my bible).

Joe Cohen was a wonderful addition to Dr. Shoemaker’s work, and he’s integrated some other processes into the mix that have helped me to really get that much better.

In the interview we cover:

-Dr. Shoemaker's discovery of biotoxins (and where they come from: the biggest culprits being from mold and lyme disease)

-Diagnosing CIRS (Chronic Inflammatory Response Syndrome)

-Genetics

-When CIRS is an underlying cause to other health issues

-The relationship between CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and CIRS

-Possible predisposing factors to CIRS, including lack of sunlight, priming infections and toxins, diet/lectin consumption, genetics, stress (sometimes), circadian rhythm disruption

-The roles of MSH and VIP in CIRS

-Brain changes measured by NeuroQuant in CIRS patients

-Recent MARCoNS research

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