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Re: How to test for presence of hevy metals??
boronia Views: 1,543
Published: 17 years ago
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Re: How to test for presence of hevy metals??

Hi Stanna,

I dont think you should be worrying about making things difficult for your practitioner as you're the one that's ill, but yes the cost, it can be very expensive.

I take your point about the liver. However, if someone is chronically ill with something like candida and they really aren't getting better on a strict diet, liver support, and other supplements PLUS they have adrenal and thyroid problems then its really worth considering metals toxicity.

I know everyone reasons aren't the same. In my case, my problems started following hep b vaccines. I think the vaccine probably damaged my liver in some way impairing its ability to detoxify mercury, plus the vaccine itself contained mercury.

It doesn't matter whether mercury is the original cause of someone's health problems or not, if you can't detoxify it on your own, then chelation is the only answer as mercury can cause a lot of damage by screwing up metabolic and detox pathways.

Take care ;-)


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