What helps bind to mycotoxins? - gut health, detox, immunoglobulins, antibodies

Various fungal problems can cause bad health problems by releasing mycotoxins. "Mycotoxins are toxic substances that some fungi produce."
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Immunoglobulins have been shown to strongly bind to mycotoxins.

To be clear, right now the research is specific to AFG1 and AFB2 mycotoxins. The science team strongly believes that immunoglobulins bind to other mycotoxins as well, but that still needs to be proven in the research although the initial research supports it. It makes sense. But we do NOT have all the research on all mycotoxins being bound by immunoglobulins.

We love combining frequency-activated nano ag4o4 with immunoglobulins. In our science team's opinion and based on the data, research suggests this may be a very effective one-two-punch against fungal issues (like candida, mold, etc.).

No matter what you are taking to clean up your system (herbs, antibiotics, etc.), you ought to consider pairing it with immunoglobulins so you have a "kill-capture" situation going on vs. a "kill-hope the bad stuff leaves and doesn't get reabsorbed" situation. Immunoglobulins are antibodies (IgG, IgA, IgM). Antibodies are how the body naturally captures and eliminates pathogens.

If you are interested in adding immunoglobulins to your clean-up protocol, click here.

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