Bulletproof Coffee Creator Dave Asprey Tackles Toxic Mold In New Documentary Film, MOLDY

Film Exposes How Accidental Modifications of Household Mold Have Made People Fat and Weak, Severely Affecting an Estimated 100-Million in the United States Alone

May 27, 2015, 09:00 ET from Bulletproof Films

LOS ANGELES, May 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Bulletproof Films investigates the dangerous world of toxic environmental mold in the new documentary film MOLDY. Produced by prominent biohacker, bestselling author, and Bulletproof Founder, Dave Asprey, and directed by Kee Kee Buckley and Eric Troyer, the film uncovers the frightening truth about this growing health crisis far more dangerous than asbestos and lead paint, and exposes risks, explains the effects, and shares solutions for keeping our families strong.

MOLDY makes its world premiere Thursday, June 4 at www.bulletproofexec.com/moldy and will continue to be available on the site for a 10-day free screening period. The film will also be available for purchase via digital download and DVD. 

"Environmental toxic mold exposure is a massive health crisis that very few are aware of," said Asprey. "Mold toxins have been linked to damaging long-term effects including memory loss, insomnia, anxiety, depression, trouble concentrating, and even cancer and heart disease."

He continued, "Industrial changes made to our environment, have left toxic mold more common today than at any time in history. It does not discriminate - everyone is at risk for exposure, regardless of geographic region, climate, socioeconomic status, race, age, or gender. With knowledge comes power and our team at Bulletproof Films is proud to provide MOLDY as a important tool in our continued commitment to educate the world about the science of human performance."

With the help of top medical experts including Dr. Mark Hyman and Dr. Daniel Amen, MOLDY will explain and explore the varying degrees of mold toxicity, sharing eye opening, real-life stores of illness, treatment and recovery. Viewers will learn to recognize the conditions necessary for mold to thrive, and how best to navigate the murky waters of recovery of both health and home.

The MOLDY free screening period will conclude with a LIVE interactive webinar hosted by Asprey on June 15 (8:00 pm ET/5:00 pm PT.)  Participants can join the conversation at https://livestream.com/accounts/11881640/events/4032786

For more information and film trailer visit: www.bulletproofexec.com/moldy

Interviews, photographs and film clips available upon request.

About Bulletproof Films 
Founded by biohacker, bestselling author and Bulletproof founder Dave Asprey, Bulletproof Films is an independent production company and full service digital studio dedicated to raising awareness and elevating the science of human performance.  The company produces and distributes documentary films exploring the science of every day living, with an eye to providing information and insights to help people make better decisions, as they shed light on the things we do to impact our world. For more information visit: www.bulletproofexec.com/moldy

About Dave Asprey
Biohacker Dave Asprey is the founder of Bulletproof and creator of the widely popular Bulletproof Coffee. A Silicon Valley investor and technology entrepreneur who spent two decades and over $300,000 to hack his own biology, Asprey lost 100 pounds without counting calories or excessive exercise, used techniques to upgrade his brain by more than 20 IQ points, and lowered his biological age while learning to sleep more efficiently in less time. Asprey hosts the radio show and #1 ranked podcast, Bulletproof Radio, and is the author of the New York Times bestselling, THE BULLETPROOF DIET.  Asprey's flagship Bulletproof Coffee café and store is located in Santa Monica, California.  In June 2015, he will release the documentary feature MOLDY through his Bulletproof Films. 

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