Advanced Testing for Mold Mycotoxins and Glyphosate

 In Blog, Health

The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc. is a world leader in providing diagnostics for metabolic, mitochondrial, and environmental factors in chronic illnesses. In functional and integrative medicine, we focus on determining the underlying causes of chronic illnesses and not just treat symptoms to allow for a more personalized care protocol for patients. More and more patients are coming to me with symptoms that can be traced back to environmental exposures including mold exposure.

I am so happy to have had the opportunity to sit down with Dr. Shaw from The Great Plains Laboratory to talk about these tests and how they can help to improve patient outcomes.

Watch to the video below:

The Great Plains Laboratory is a proud sponsor of The Wahls Protocol® Seminar and Retreat in July. If you plan to attend, be sure to stop by their table to learn more about the wide range of testing they offer to patients.

About William Shaw, PhD

William Shaw, Ph.D., director and founder of The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc., is a biochemist with board-certification in clinical chemistry and toxicology by the American Board of Clinical Chemistry.  Before he founded The Great Plains Laboratory, Inc., Dr. Shaw worked for theCenters for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Children’s Mercy Hospital, the University of Missouri at Kansas City School of Medicine, and Smith Kline Laboratories. As an innovative researcher, he is dedicated to understanding the biochemical influences on health and wellness. He is also the coordinator of an ongoing pilot study of 12 patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) in which several biochemical factors are being evaluated and treated.

Dr. Shaw frequently speaks at conferences worldwide to help educate patients and medical practitioners about how to successfully find and treat underlying contributors to many chronic diseases.

Learn more at www.greatplainslaboratory.com

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