My Favorite Air Filter

My Favorite Air Filter

I get asked all 👏 the 👏 time what air filter I recommend. 

For a long time I didn’t have a clear answer, just some guidelines, but now I have both!

The guidelines:

  1. Choose an air filter that has an actual filter (not "filterless"). You need to capture particulates.

  2. Choose an air filter that filters down to the tiniest particle size. These can capture mycotoxins.

  3. Choose a unit that have the capacity to filter the square footage of the room. 

  4. Start with bedrooms as the number one priority. 

  5. Also consider your office, living room and near the kitchen (lots of particles.)

  6. Change the filter according to the recommended schedule.

  7. Monitor and manage humidity in your home. Have a humidity reader and a dehumidifier as needed in key places. Keep humidity levels below 50%.

  8. DO NOT take an air filter from a moldy home to your new, safe home. 


My favorite:

I have a weird thing where I cannot stand noise, so I did not enjoy air filters. But AirDoctor is:

  1. Whisper quiet

  2. Kicks into high gear if it senses higher particulate

  3. Filters down to even mycotoxin size

  4. Affordable price point

  5. Pretty


Hope this helps! 


You can save up to $300 + free shipping on AirDoctor’s current sale. Great for your college kids’ dorms too!



Bridgit Danner, LAc, FDNP, is an acupuncturist turned functional health coach and has worked with thousands of clients since 2004.

She is the founder of and the author of The Ultimate Guide to Toxic Mold Recovery: Take Back Your Home Health & Life, available in audiobook, Kindle and paperback on Amazon.

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