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Home Buying when you have Environmental Sensitivities

Help For The Mold and Chemically Sensitive When you are sensitive to indoor contaminants such as mold, VOCs, and...
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Home Buying when you have Environmental Sensitivities

Help For The Mold and Chemically Sensitive When you are sensitive to indoor contaminants such as mold, VOCs, and particulate matter, choosing a home requires extra care and discernment. You will need to take into consideration features that increase the risk of mold...

My Pet Might Have Mold?

You're Saying My Pet Might Have Mold?  We often get questions from clients asking why should they consider testing their pet for mold. Well, the answer is simple, mold can affect pets in similar ways to how humans are affected. When testing for mold, yeast, and...

Overcoming the Confusion (and Nastiness) of Testing for Mold

When you first hear about the possibility of mold in your home or office  — it is daunting, stressful, and frankly, plain gross. It's all the more difficult if you or your family is sick and you are looking for the cause. Your first course of action is Mold Testing—to...

10 Ways to Detox from Mold and Toxic Exposure

Although our organization is focused on healing from mold, it has been my experience that the detox strategies used to heal from mold are extremely useful in reducing all forms of toxins and toxicants from the body. JW Biava - ImmunoLytics CEO  Perhaps one of the...

How Often Should I Retest

Test Periodically for Peace of Mind If you are concerned that mold spores are continuing to contaminate the air quality in your environment, retesting on a regular basis can give you peace of mind, and is a quick and inexpensive way to assure that your maintenance...

Latest Articles

Home Buying when you have Environmental Sensitivities

Help For The Mold and Chemically Sensitive When you are sensitive to indoor contaminants such as mold, VOCs, and particulate matter, choosing a home requires extra care and discernment. You will need to take into consideration features that increase the risk of mold...

My Pet Might Have Mold?

You're Saying My Pet Might Have Mold?  We often get questions from clients asking why should they consider testing their pet for mold. Well, the answer is simple, mold can affect pets in similar ways to how humans are affected. When testing for mold, yeast, and...

Overcoming the Confusion (and Nastiness) of Testing for Mold

When you first hear about the possibility of mold in your home or office  — it is daunting, stressful, and frankly, plain gross. It's all the more difficult if you or your family is sick and you are looking for the cause. Your first course of action is Mold Testing—to...

10 Ways to Detox from Mold and Toxic Exposure

Although our organization is focused on healing from mold, it has been my experience that the detox strategies used to heal from mold are extremely useful in reducing all forms of toxins and toxicants from the body. JW Biava - ImmunoLytics CEO  Perhaps one of the...

How Often Should I Retest

Test Periodically for Peace of Mind If you are concerned that mold spores are continuing to contaminate the air quality in your environment, retesting on a regular basis can give you peace of mind, and is a quick and inexpensive way to assure that your maintenance...