Best Selling Author Fights Black Mold Toxicity

Lucetta Zaytoun is a best #1 Best Selling Author, life coach and international motivational speaker who had to put her life on hold to battle toxic black mold poisoning.

Lucetta’s Battle with Back Mold

Lucetta’s family finally asked “what’s going on with you?” They noticed her personality slip from bubbly extrovert to anxious, depressed and forgetful shell of herself. It wasn’t until a friend mentioned “mold” that she started to realize the source of her declining health. After inspection, she realized her home’s foundation was covered in toxic black mold.

Diagnosis at Sponaugle Wellness Institute

Lucetta describes herself as athletic, energetic and outgoing. She traveled Africa for a year alone, experiencing things many only hope to do and see. Lucetta ran 1/2 marathons and triathlons, wrote 2 books and is a famous author and public speaker. A year ago, all of that changed. Mold in her home lead her health to decline, depression to set in and a slew of physical issues to take hold. She knew she needed to get help.

  • Anxiety
  • Brain Fog
  • Short Term Memory Loss
  • Depression
  • Chronic Fatigue

  • Ringing in Ears

  • Shortness of Breath

  • Changes in Personality

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Lucetta ZaytounAfter Treatment

Treatment at the source.

The team at Sponaugle Wellness Institute has developed a proprietary treatment protocol to treat the source of the problem, not just the symptoms. We use PET scans to diagnose a patient by looking at the brain.

Lucetta’s before and after photos on the outside are as remarkable as her healing on the inside.

Lucetta’s Exit Interview After Completing Treatment

Lucetta is ready to head into her next season of life. She is back and excited to finish her third book. Watch her exit interview to see Lucetta’s true zest for life and happiness to be feeling like herself again.

To learn more about Lucetta’s top selling books and public speaking visit her website: www.lucettazaytoun.com

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Unfortunately treatment is not covered by insurance.