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Natural Awakenings Greater Boston - Rhode Island

Winter Mold: Forgotten But Not Gone

Mold can have a devastating effect on our health all year round. The truth is that cold weather or freezing temperatures do not kill mold.

Featured Guest: Dr. Martin Hart of Keystone Total Health, leading expert on Mold Toxicity, Complex Chronic Illnesses, Neuroplasticity and Brain Health

If you are like most folks who think of mold only when it’s obvious (i.e., in wet, moist, humid, warm, and sticky environments) think again! Mold can have a devastating effect on our health all year round. The truth is that cold weather or freezing temperatures do not kill mold. Be prepared this winter to protect your home and family by joining December's BioBites, Winter Mold: Forgotten, but Not Gone, with Dr. Martin Hart as he shares his strategies for decreasing and eliminating toxic mold from your environment.

The effects of mold and fungus vary greatly. Some common symptoms include headaches, difficulty breathing, frequent sinus infections, brain fog, fatigue, hormone imbalances, among others. Start today to ameliorate the harmful effects of mold toxicity where you live and work, especially as other healthy habits may fall by the wayside during winter months.

Join us for BioBites on Tuesday, December 6th, 2022, as Dr. Martin Hart, board-certified chiropractor trained in kinesiology, homeopathy, functional medicine, and American Biological Medicine, shares his knowledge and expertise on ways to protect yourself from winter mold.

You will hear Dr. Hart speak about:

How to recognize signs and symptoms of mold allergies/toxicity in the body

How to test for mold in the home

Protecting your home in preparation for winter months

Using dehumidifiers and filters in order to deter mold growth

How to clean mold properly to prevent airborne spread

Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email with an access link and password for this December 6th Zoom event.*  Please save this information in your e-calendar so that you can log into the event. We encourage you to log on a few minutes early to ensure a smooth connection.  If you have any questions you would like answered during this event, please email them to Jessica Frank, BioMed Program Manager, at [email protected]

Date & Time

December 6, 2022

12:00PM - 1:00PM

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