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Mycotoxin Testing

Tuesday, 15 December 2009 22:00
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Mycotoxins are “poisons” that can be produced by certain fungi elements depending on the growth conditions i.e. not all fungi produce Mycotoxins and those fungi which are known to produce Mycotoxins only occurs when the environmental conditions are conducive to that production or produced as part of a defence mechanism

Toxins can be dangerous and have been used in bio-warfare. Toxins have been well documented causing a wide range of symptomolgies, including skin lesions, nervous disorders, ulceration, sinusitis (sinus infections) and amongst others Mycotoxicosis. Literature has shown that mycotoxins have been implicated in adenocarcinomas of the liver, kidney, lung and bladder.  There is testing showing that toxins can cause aging of the affected cells but removal of the fungal toxins can allow a reversal of that aging process. Our laboratory has been involved with patients who have neuro-cognitive disorders where their physician believe, is it is due to environmental Fungal (mould) exposure.

The patented testing methods Mycotox Pty. Ltd. uses have been developed by a group of medical research Doctors over a 4 year period, in their CLIA certified laboratory.  These protocols have been validated and withstood Examination in Glenn and Frye hearings in various states throughout America.

Last Updated on Monday, 21 December 2009 05:16

Fungal Mycotoxins - they are a Poison

Tuesday, 15 December 2009 21:50
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Fungal Mycotoxins - they are a Poison.

A poison is any substance that when ingested, inhaled, applied to, injected or
developed within the body; by virtue of its chemical or molecular action has the potential to cause damage to cellular structure and/or function.
The term toxin is used to describe a poison but more specifically a toxin is a protein produced by plants animals and bacteria that are dangerous for other living organisms.

Poison and toxins have a direct dose relationship- the higher the dose, the greater the potential for structural or functional damage.

Last Updated on Friday, 05 March 2010 23:17

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