On June 10-12, 2022, Mosaic EDGE (formerly GPL Academy) hosted Beyond the Basics: Advanced Organic Acids Testing Strategies live-streamed online. This three-day event focused on advanced Organic Acids topics. Those who attended the summit learned how to use effective diagnostic and treatment protocols for their patients to facilitate their road to recovery.
The following Q+A is a grouping of responses from the Day 1 workshop presentations. Click each presentation title to expand the answers from each speaker.
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A: Unlikely to be from diet. Many people deny the existence of mold. Other sources of mold exposure are other buildings, e.g., work, school. Cars can sometimes be a source of mold.
A: Very common
A: Stool is often normal for these organisms, particularly yeast. Yeast does not always actively shed in the stool. Clostridia difficile is detected through toxin A and B, but there are various strains of clostridia that produce other toxins other than A and B.