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Mercury Toxicity Reports
Reports: Serious dangers of mercury toxicity.
Mercury is not only one of the most toxic heavy metal that we can have in our bodies, but modern dentistry still uses it in amalgam fillings, foolishly believing that small amounts are safe despite mounting evidence to the contrary. If you still believe that mercury is okay to have in your body in small quantities, the following educational videos will certainly change your mind. Don't despair, however, if you do have amalgam fillings. They can easily be replaced over time with pastic or porceline ones, and Natural Cellular Defense™ can be used to effectively and efficiently remove even the tiniest traces of mercury that has leached into our bodies. (The other major source of mercury toxicity is tinned tuna and swordfish.)
- Video: How mercury damages brain tissue:
Mercury, even in the tiniest concentrations, inhibits nerve cell growth and atrophies the brain. This is an educational video put together by the Department of Physiology and Biophysics at the University of Calgary's Faculty of Medicine, and it actually shows videos and computer animation of how mercury damages neurons, causing leasions similar to those observed in Alzheimer's Disease.
- Video: Mercury leakage from amalgam fillings:
The International Academy of Oral Medicine & Toxicology (IAOMT) has released a video that actually shows the mercury coming off a tooth with an amalgam filling. Mercury release is substantially increased whenever we chew, brush or drink hot drinks, and it has been measured at 1000 times the EPA for breathing air safety. The very best thing you can do to counteract the effect of this amalgam mercury is a combination of dealing with the cause of this poisoning by replacing amalgam fillings with alternative materials, and removing the mercury in the system with liquid zeolite. When replacing fillings this should be done by a dentist aware of the dangers of mercury, so that a rubber dam and proper ventilator is used. Fillings should be replaced one or two at a time in each 2 or 3 month period to minimize trauma to the mercury released during removal.
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