Hi guys! I wanted to invite you to join me each Saturday for my new podcasts. Come hang out with me as I share about chemical intolerances (TILT/MCS), toxigenic mold, chemical-free living, Neuroimmune Illnesses, toxins in the news, healthy eating, and delicious recipes, faith, prayer and so much more.

My goal with this new podcast is to educate, inspire, encourage, and promote change via awareness.

From time to time I will be interviewing clinicians, researchers, authors, and patients to discuss an array of topics relating to illnesses caused by environmental toxins and mystery illnesses.

I hope you’ll join me on this journey. In the next two episodes, I’ll be answering questions about chemical intolerances and sharing a little about my sick story. I’ll also be discussing toxigenic mold, indoor air quality, and Stachybotrys (aka black mold). Each new episode will be published on Saturday of every week.

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You can also find my Podcast on Podbean, iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, and Pocket Casts.
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Lastly, I will be starting a podcast in Spanish on Saturday, November 7th, click here for details.

My first Podcast is Entitled: Discussing the book Chemicals & Christians. 
This is my first podcast, yay! I hope you enjoy it. Today I wanted to read a snippet from a new book I’m currently reviewing. Listen in to hear more.

Click here to check out my second Podcast.

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  1. Hi,
    My name is Rudy Rincon and I work with Dr. Claudia Miller who coined the TILT concept. She and our research team are very grateful with you for adopting TILT.

    Dr. Miller would like to share some pieces of our research. How can she address you, I mean, other than Chemical Free Gal?

    1. Hi Rudy,
      Thanks for your comment. I’ve been in touch with Dr. Claudia several times these past few years and we had a long phone conversation several weeks ago. She has my email and contact info should she need to reach me for any reason. 🙂

  2. There’s an ability to obtain new testing with dermatologists that will determine sensitivity to many chemicals. Methylisothiazolinone (MIT) and Benzalkonium Chloride (BAC) are two ubiquitously used chemicals that it’s completely helpful to understand if you’ve been sensitized. There’s an MIT pandemic currently.

    1. Unfortunately tests are not as statistically reliable as we might hope and we must all put on our detective hats to determine which items trigger us specifically. This is particularly relevant to anyone with MCAS but in general, medical testing is not an accurate method of identifying the specific toxins causing reactions.

      Keeping an extensive symptom, food, activity, and exposure diary for many months is required for most canaries to pinpoint triggers.

      It’s also of import to note that most dermatologists use latex gloves. 😉

  3. I use Pocketcasts app to listen to podcasts. I looked for your podcast there but couldn’t find it. Is there a way your podcast could be added?
    I have had MCS since 2012 and would live to listen & connect with others who have MCS & professionals, researchers, etc.
    Thanks so much,

    1. Hi there,
      Thanks for stopping by. My Podcast should be active on Pocket Casts in 12 to 24 hours. You can also listen to it in this post by clicking on the play button towards the bottom of my post. Please let em know if you see it on Pocket Casts by tomorrow. 🙂

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