Remove the Cause and Restore your Health

by: Amy Castelluzzo, Clinical Iridologist at In Good Health, LLC

Exposure to environmental toxins is inevitable. The very things that we need for survival: water, air and food are the same things contaminated with environmental toxins. A complete list of these environmental toxins may be viewed by the Environmental Working Group: Even though the list is quite extensive, heavy metals are in the top 10 most common toxins and pose a major threat to our health.

A report by the Columbia University of Public Health estimates that over 95% of cancer is caused by diet and environmental toxins. In addition, most Americans have between 400-800 chemicals stored in their soft tissues, mostly the fat cells.

Although there are more than 20 heavy metals, four are of particular concern to human health: lead (Pb), cadmium (Cd), mercury (Hg), and inorganic arsenic (As). According to the U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, these four heavy metals are four of the top six hazards present in toxic waste sites. They are highly toxic and can cause damaging effects even at very low concentrations. Of these four, mercury is by far the most toxic. The smallest amount of mercury that won’t damage human cells is unknown.

A Danish study found that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients had eight times higher levels of mercury in their cerebrospinal fluid than healthy controls. An article in the Journal of Forensic Medicine & Pathology states: “Slow retrograde seepage of mercury from root canal or Class V amalgam fillings...may lead to multiple sclerosis in middle age.”

The following is a list of health conditions directly related to mercury toxicity:

  • Neurological disorders (Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, depression,attention deficit disorder, schizophrenia, etc.)
  • Cancer
  • Nutritional deficiencies
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Enzyme dysfunction
  • Altered metabolism
  • Reproductive disorders
  • Fatigue
  • Headaches
  • Obesity
  • Muscle and vision problems
  • Immune system depression
  • Allergies/Asthma
  • Endocrine disorders
  • Chronic viral infections
  • Less ability to tolerate/handle stress

If you have mercury fillings or have had mercury fillings removed, chances are you are suffering from one or more of the above health conditions. It is impossible to experience 100% relief from the above health concerns simply from the removal of mercury fillings because once the vapors have seeped into the fat cells there must be a means of removal. It has also been well established that chewing, brushing and eating hot or acidic foods emits mercury vapors causing further damage to you and others in your presence. Once these harmful vapors have seeped into the body they live in your fat cells until there is a means of removal.

Often times the method of removal used, as with traditional chelation therapy, can cause more damage than good as essential minerals can also be leached from the body. Chelation therapy can be administered orally, topically and intravenously, the latter being the most taxing on the body. At In Good Health, only natural, wild-harvested, organic, food-based supplements are used for the safe, effective removal of heavy metals and other harmful environmental toxins.

Unfortunately, not all dentists will agree to remove mercury fillings and most offices do not even have the proper ventilation to ensure the safety of their patients and staff. Click here to find a mercury-safe Dentist in your area.

For many, mercury filling removal is not an option due to the thousands of dollars of out-of- pocket-expenses. Regardless of your decision, at In Good Health, Amy will work within your means to ensure the restoration of your health by safely and effectively removing heavy metals from your body.

In addition to amalgam fillings, mercury is also found in baby powder, fish such as grouper, swordfish, mackerel, saltwater bass and tuna to name a few, fluorescent light-bulbs, thermometers, heaters with a pilot light, golf balls, batteries and children’s light-up shoes.

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