EcoBroker Helps With Test For Indoor Allergens

Because of my EcoBroker certification, and my connections with that professional community, I’ve learned about a new indoor allergen testing process available through National Jewish Health.

In a meeting with Jeffrey Nathanson, the Executive Director of Business Development at National Jewish Health, and Dr. John Beldock, Founder of EcoBroker International, I learned about a new indoor air quality allergen test that’s available to you at a discount because you’re reading this on my blog.

I’m excited about this new information because I can bring this test to you at a discount due to my relationship with the EcoBroker community and my membership with EcoBroker International. National Jewish Health is passing along a discount to my clients and contacts specifically because I’m an EcoBroker.

While you might be familiar with many topics I’ve covered about ‘green’ elements in our homes, the issue of air quality is a relatively new one. Sure, we’ve heard about changing the air filter in our furnace, outdoor air pollution like Denver’s ‘brown cloud’, or the smog in L.A., but until recently, there hasn’t been much focus on Indoor Allergens and how to test properly for them.

National Jewish Health is a nationally known center for treatment of respiratory, allergic and immune diseases, such as asthma, allergies and COPD. Their laboratories are some of the most respected in the world. The new Family Air Care test includes an easy to use kit, but the most important part of the Family Air Care test is the behind-the-scenes post processing done at the National Jewish Health labs.

The test was designed by physicians at National Jewish Health, the number one respiratory hospital in America since 1998 according to U.S. News & World Report. and it addresses indoor air quality by identifying the most important triggers of allergy, asthma and other respiratory illnesses, according to its developers who are the world’s leading lung specialists.

The test is remarkably easy to use, comes complete with everything you need to collect samples and return them to the labs at National Jewish Health in Denver, and results are typically returned to you within about 7 to 10 days.

Kits should be available before the end of the year. If you want to learn more, or to get an opportunity to receive a special discount on the test kit, please contact me, and I’ll work with you to get you what you need when tests become available.

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