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Introducing CellTropin

Introducing CellTropin

Pituitary damage from mould and inflammation can cause extreme fatigue and hormonal imbalance   When Chronic Sinusitis and Mould Exposure Causes Inflammation, the Pituitary Gland is Impacted. The CellTropin Proprietary Formula Provides Pituitary, Circulatory And DNA Support To Improve Cellular Healing And Turnover. Your Endocrine System’s Master Gland THE IMPORTANCE OF THE PITUITARY GLAND AND YOUR BODY'S HORMONE IMBALANCE The hormones of the pituitary gland send signals to other endocrine glands to stimulate or inhibit their own hormone production. The pituitary gland is immensely important to the overall function of your endocrine system—and to your overall health. By working with...

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How To Erradicate Mould From Your Home and Create and Safe Haven

How To Erradicate Mould From Your Home and Create and Safe Haven

Preserve Good Health by Cleaning the Air you Breath Information based on article written By Dr. Susan Tanner, MD. While many of us are still spending the majority of our time at home during the lockdown, the need to assess our indoor air quality and possibly remediation for mould may become more evident. As so much time is spent in the home environment, it is imperative that our air quality is at its best. If you are someone who has already been made sick from mould and mycotoxins, you know that it is all the more essential to make sure...

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How Mould can cause Hormone Imbalances

How Mould can cause Hormone Imbalances

Hormone Imbalances in Mould-Injured Patients One of the biggest impacts of mould-related illness is the disturbance of multiple hormonal functions throughout the body. More than one body system is quite often put out of balance, resulting in many things operating abnormally or suboptimally at best. Hormonally speaking, when it comes to mould, this may present like a breakout of adult acne that morphs into weight gain, extreme blood sugar level changes, insomnia and frequent urination—seemingly unrelated symptoms, but all quite intertwined. Part of the reason for this is that our hormones are linked to one another by various feedback mechanisms...

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