April 27 21:57 2015

The National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease, “NTCED”, the nations largest facility treatment people for mold exposure, mold sickness, Toxic Mold Syndrome, Chronic Fatigue and Mycotoxin Poisoning.
Primary care doctors are trained to address diseases, but what if those joint and muscle pains, memory loss, hair loss, skin rashes, breathing problems, blurred vision, skyrocketing blood pressure, anxiety, or depression were caused by exposure to common poisons? How would they ever know?… They wouldn’t, and they don’t!

You can only pour so much garbage into the earth before it shows back up and onto your dinner plate. Everything we trash in the air, soil, or oceans, makes its way back into the earth’s water table. Once there, it gets into our fish, livestock, fruits and vegetables.  Spokesperson, Jena Krite, for the National Treatment Centers for Environmental Disease “NTCED”, stated; it’s almost a crime, that patients who experience being poisoned always exhibit multiple and unexplainable symptoms that absolutely make no sense to the average Primary Care Physician, and ultimately wind up in a pool of patients diagnosed with Fibromyalgia, Lupus, MS, Anxiety, Depression, Mental Illness, Chronic Fatigue, Inflammatory illnesses, Leaky Gut Syndrome, and a plethora of other mystery illnesses.

Krite went on to say; that indoor water damaged environments that produce mold infestation and dangerous environmental bacteria are in epidemic proportion throughout the U.S., and that these under estimated groups of pathogens are more than a major factor in the  causation of inflammatory and other diseases nationwide. Mold growth in indoor water damaged environments produce highly toxic compounds known as “Mycotoxins”, the gram negative bacteria growing in these same environments produce an equally toxic poison called, “Endotoxin’, which both can turn deadly in humans. Mycotoxin poisoning is known as “Mycotoxicosis”, Endotoxin Poisoning is known as “Endotoxemia”, and both can raise havoc on the human body for years when misdiagnosed.

Due to the fact Mycotoxicosis, and Endotoxemia are not diseases in the true sense as modern medicine defines disease, but a rather complex poisoning and a toxicological problem. This type of toxicological problem is similar in nature to asbestos, lead, mercury, or arsenic poisoning. However, the complexity of Mycotoxin and Endotoxin poisoning is further compounded by the fact that this is an environmental exposure with an unknown dose, and generally involves multiple pathogens, therefore, the short-term to long-term health effects are not exactly quantitatively calculable, but are categorized as more predictable.


Millions of U.S. workers were exposed to “Asbestos”. During their periods of exposure many asbestos exposure victims immediately fell sick, or died from asbestos exposure borne illnesses, conversely, millions of other workers remained on the job and were able to work without noticeable hindrances until retirement. Many who went on and into retirement then later developed disabling exposure related illnesses and voluminous numbers of these exposure victims suffered Cancer and death, hence, the establishment of the Mesothelioma Trust Fund of $30 billion dollars, established for these latent asbestos exposure victims and their families.

The symptoms of mold exposure, mycotoxin poisoning, or endotoxin poisoning, are as follows:

Level I.

• Headaches

• Eye Irritation

• Sneezing

• Itching

• Skin Redness

• Skin Rash

Level II. Advanced Symptoms

The following symptoms are commonly associated with persons having exposure to Fungus, Mold, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium, with either short-term high levels of exposure, or long term low levels of exposure.

• Breathing Disorders

• Nose Bleeds

• Ear Infections

• Chronic Sinusitis

• Chronic Bronchitis

• Pain in Muscles and Joints

• Asthma

• Nausea

• Vomiting

• Diarrhea

• Coughing up Blood or Black Looking Debris

• Neurological Disorders

• Nervous Disorders

• Heart Palpitations

• Blurred Vision

• Swollen Glands

• Weight Loss

• Chronic Fatigue

• Loss of Appetite

• Depression

• Open Skin Sores or Lesions

• Fungal Nails (Hands or Feet)

• Sexual Dysfunction

• Thyroid Conditions

Level III. Late Symptoms

The following symptoms of Mold exposure are common for persons with long term and high levels of exposure to Fungus, Mold, Mycotoxins, or Mycobacterium.

• Blindness


• Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis

• Histoplasmosis

• Memory Loss (long-term)

• Bleeding lungs

• Kidney Failure

• Liver disease

• Cancer

• Death

Medical testing for these toxins is hard to find and few physicians even know that these types of medical tests even exist. Krite stated; the only turn to lab in the U.S. for this type of testing is BioTrek Labs out of Atlanta, GA., and that more medical facilities should look beyond the waiting room, and the patient’s face for the answers to these complex symptoms and medical problems. 

Disclaimer: The content in this press release is for information purposes only and should not be considered a substitute for medical advice. As always, you should consult with a qualified healthcare professional before starting or stopping any medication, nutritional supplement or protocols.

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