Does Mould Cause Disease?

with Daniel Roytas

Webinar Recording.


Duration: 2 hours (90 mins webinar + 30 mins Q & A)

CPE points available. 

For inquiries please email [email protected]


Webinar Information


Does Mould Cause Disease?

I’ve spent the last decade educating students and clinicians at universities and colleges around Australia, that it does.

Since the devastating floods that ravaged the east coast of Australia in early 2021, I’ve seen more and more fear mongering in the media about mould related illness, and now its almost like a full scale war is being waged against mould.

This didn’t really sit well with me. Now I’m an inquisitive guy, so I thought, if I’m going to continue teaching people about this, I better be sure mould really is to blame.

Well, since taking a deep dive in to this topic, I have to admit, that I was wrong. I don’t think mould is to blame.

Now before you freak out, I’m not saying that people living or working in water damaged buildings aren’t getting sick. It’s obvious they are. What I am saying, is that there’s another completely logical explanation as to why people are getting sick.

This is a recording of a live webinar presentation titled 'Does Mould Cause Disease?'.

What's going to be covered?

1. I’ll explain why and how we have confused mould as the cause of the problem, when it’s more than likely the answer to it.

2. I’ll provide some alternative explanations as to what mould is really doing in water damaged homes and offices.

3. You'll learn what I think is actually making people sick in mould infested buildings

4. Some practical strategies on how to reduce the risk of becoming ill from living or working in a water damaged homes and a discussion around what we should really be focusing when it comes to recovery from “mould related illness”.

Click on the link above to sign up and I look forward to seeing you then.

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact [email protected]

Daniel Roytas MHSc (Nutrition), BHSc (Naturopathy), Dip. RM.

Daniel is a naturopath, nutritionist and physical therapist with over 10 years clinical experience. He has lectured at many of Australia's leading natural medicine colleges and Universities and is currently the senior lecturer of nutritional medicine at a leading educational institute. He has authored several chapters in a number of textbooks on Complementary and Alternative Medicine, and delivered webinars and face to face lecturers on interpreting blood tests and clinical examination for over 5 years. Daniel is passionate about helping clinicians improve their knowledge so that they can get optimal outcomes for their clients.