Mycotoxins And Its Contribution To PANS

Amanda Wilms, ND

NP

Summary
  • How symptoms are different for children with mold exposure.
  • Working with children to support liver to detox mycotoxins.
  • How mycotoxins confuse the brain and creates an autoimmune attack specific to PANS
Transcript
Amanda Wilms, N.D.

Hi, my name is Amanda Wilms. I’m a naturopathic doctor. I am honored to be a part of the Microtoxin Summit and excited to hear the other lectures, other information that’s presented. I primarily deal with complex chronic illness. So mold and mycotoxin exposure is very, very common in my practice. It’s something I’m very passionate about, it’s a very tricky topic, tricky thing to deal with, but so, so important. And it’s such a common problem unfortunately. So the topic I wanted to talk about today is one that’s very dear to me, it’s mycotoxins and PANS. So PANS, it’s an acronym. It stands for pediatric acute neuropsychiatric syndrome. It’s actually usually paired with PANDAS, you usually see pandas PANS because they’re very similar. PANDAS is an acronym am standing for pediatric autoimmune neuropsychiatric disorder associated with strep. 

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