Mold: Its Impact on our Health and how to Remediate It

During this podcast, we discuss what mold is and why it’s so difficult to remove. Similar to weeds, when mold species put down roots, it takes time and effort to effectively remove them permanently from a surface. Not to mention, their microscopic spores (comparable to seeds) can travel throughout a home as they ride the air circulation inside. 

The best approach to mold is to just remove it. While it may not be a toxic mold, it can produce substances that can also impact health. We discuss what those health effects may be and the ongoing research into the side effects of mold. 

To ultimately save money though, it’s best to treat mold before it gets a chance to take root in a home. We go through a series of preventative actions listeners can take to stop mold before it starts. For those in the home buying stage, we discuss steps to take to ensure your future home doesn’t already have mold. 

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About Cory Conklin:
Cory is the “Creative Keto Cook” and founder of Select Savory Seasonings. His passion is to help people like him who are sick and tired of being sick and tired by showing them how to make good tasty food that is good for them, so they can lose weight, get healthy and feel amazing. He is also the recipe creator, shipping and receiving clerk, the operations manager, the janitor, the security guard and anything else that needs to be done. 

About Michael Rubino
Michael Rubino, Author of The Mold Medic: An Expert’s Guide on Mold Removal, is the authority on mold remediation. As President of HomeCleanse, Rubino specializes in working with people who are immunocompromised or have acute and sustained reactions to mold exposure. Rubino provides solutions that not only get rid of mold sources, but also get rid of the contamination created by those mold sources using his proprietary “Home Detox” method. He is a council certified Mold Remediator by IICRC and ACAC and a contributing member, sponsor, and speaker for the Indoor Air Quality Association.