Biotoxin Illness and Mold Illness

Biotoxin illness and mold illness can complicate Lyme disease
and other tick borne infections.

Some people are healed from chronic Lyme disease rather quickly. However, others improve much more slowly. The difference is often based on genetic predisposition to illness from biotoxins including mold.

Biotoxins from borrelia, bartonella, babesia, mold, yeast, etc can escalate cytokine production causing many symptoms and much hormone imbalance. This illness from biotoxins must be treated along with other tick borne infections in order to restore health.

Dr. Bazylewicz highly recommends that you thoroughly read the information at Surviving Mold in order to understand more this complicated illness. The principles listed on this site hold for all types of illness from biotoxins including mold toxins and borrelia neurotoxins and others.

In addition, Dr. Bazylewicz also suggests that you take the simple and inexpensive VCS APTitude Test. If you actually have this illness, this test will indicate a FAIL 92% of the time. If the test indicates a PASS, you may still have illness from biotoxins. False positives are extremely rare. Thus, you can be assured that you most likely have biotoxin illness if you FAIL this test.

Mycometrics can help you properly test for mold in your home using the ERMI test. Please call them at (732) 355-9018 for information about their test kits.  Dr. Richey recommends this test for ALL of her patients.

This synopsis and these slides of the Biotoxin Illness Conference during October 2011 are beneficial for understanding more about this illness.

Illness from biotoxins is complicated to understand and devastating to your health. However, Dr. Bazylewicz will help you evaluate and treat your biotoxicity along with your chronic Lyme disease and associated tick-borne infections.

Let food

be thy medicine, 

and medicine 

be thy food.  




Your word

is a lamp

to my feet

and a light

to my path.

~Psalm 119:105



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for both mind and body

is not to mourn for the past,

worry about the future,

or anticipate troubles,

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