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Unmasking the Hidden Threat: Mycotoxins, Aflatoxins, and Ergot

"Unmasking the Hidden Threat:

Mycotoxins, Aflatoxins, and Ergot – Safeguarding Your Health Since 1991"

Helping people like you achieve healing, disease prevention, and an elevated quality of life since 1991.

Health Challenges: 

Addressing a spectrum of health issues, from diseases and food allergies to cancer, pineal gland damage, diabetes, autism, environmental & immunological deficiencies, premature aging, hormonal imbalances, obesity, and various illnesses, including inflammation and kidney disease.

Grain Toxicity: 

Grains, including corn, soy, wheat, barley, and rye (even certified organic), pose a significant risk of toxic mold contamination. The molds growing on these grains are labeled "disease-causing" and, in some cases, can be deadly.

Despite the USDA's approval of ionizing radiation treatment to control mycotoxins and aflatoxins, the contamination remains hazardous, with effects often manifesting later in life.

These grains are not native to the habitat of Jungle Fowl, indicating that chickens aren't naturally inclined to consume them. However, when you consume products from grain-fed animals—meat, poultry, eggs, and dairy—your exposure to these toxins increases.

Ergot-Fungus (St. Anthony's Fire):

A centuries-old issue, ergot fungus, growing on grains and grasses, poses a persistent threat.


Found in common and certified organic grains like corn, soy, wheat, barley, and rye, mycotoxins are often treated with ionizing radiation. However, this treatment only minimally controls their presence. Regular consumption of grains or products from grain-fed animals can negatively impact your health.

Importantly, life-threatening molds and fungi don't discriminate between certified organic, conventional, heirloom, non-GMO, naturally grown, or beyond organic.

Warning: Consuming meats, dairy, poultry, or other foods from grain-fed sources may pose significant health risks. Guard your health with informed choices.

Xenia Stavrinides


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