Endotoxins are toxins (poisons) that are released by gram-negative bacteria into the environment, which are toxins kept within the bacterial cell and are released only after destruction of the bacterial cell wall.

The bacteria that produce endotoxins grow alongside fungus / mold in indoor water damaged environments. Theses gram-negative bacteria harbor in the human digestive tract and are a source of inflammation in the gut and in other parts of the body.

Endotoxins have been documented to cause inflammation throughout the body, onset clinical diabetes, obesity, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, disseminated intravascular coagulation, vascular collapse, and organ failure.

Gram-negative bacteria and endotoxemia are not easily treated. The NTCED is one of the few medical facilities that has access to the right medical endotoxin tests, understands and know how to treat endotoxin poisoning.