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Being with Researched Nutritionals, I’ve had the pleasure of learning from many new doctors including the NDs at Wild Oak Medicine in Santa Rosa. This particular clinic specializes in difficult-to-treat conditions including environmental detox from mold and heavy metals. They’re also working hard to assist first responders in a 16-week detox event using two of our products, Tri-Fortify and MycoPul.

Multiple toxins were hurled into our environment during the firestorms of Napa/Sonoma Counties. Firefighters’ blood and urine showed high levels of toxic chemicals and mercury-known neurotoxins and carcinogens.1

Our delicious, heat-stable glutathione product Tri-Fortify is especially good at Phase 2 liver detox- which changes a toxic substance into a less toxic substance that’s easier for the body to excrete. Glutathione has the unique ability to bind to toxins, heavy metals, solvents, and pesticides-then helps the body excrete these poisons. It protects against airborne pollutants and bars the absorption of industrial chemicals from the intestinal tract.

MycoPul employs targeted binders to remove mold/mycotoxins/environmental toxins/heavy metals/ herbicides & pesticides from the GI tract. It supports gut barrier integrity by decreasing Zonulin-a marker of impaired gut function. This aspect is critical because these environmental toxins generate “leaky” gut, brain, bladder, vaginal tract, and lungs. ‘Leaky lungs’ can contribute to TH 17 imbalance and Rheumatoid Arthritis.

We supported our firefighters by donating our products but enjoyed an evening of ‘play’ with Wild Oak staff by treating them to a fun event called Dart for Art that benefits Lyme! A great time was had by all.

Evoking positive change,


Additional Resources

  1. Firefighters’ blood, urine had high levels of mercury, other toxins after Sonoma County’s Tubbs fire

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