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03-26-2013, 06:38 PM
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Mercury is dangerous to touch. It's even more dangerous to ingest. Nevertheless, the American Dental Association (ADA) has convinced dentists, the U.S. government, and the American people that once mercury is combined with the other substances in an amalgam filling, it becomes perfectly safe.

This is incredibly ironic considering that this very same amalgam mixture must be handled, transported and disposed of as a "toxic substance". Furthermore... (1)

Oral lead exposure induces dysbacteriosis in rats and for the first time it was shown that oral lead exposure causes drastic changes in the gut microbial community. Proportional to the lead dose received, the relative number of lactose-negative E.coli cells increased up to 1,000-fold in comparison to the other microbial groups during 2 wk of exposure. Considering the number of microbes in the intestine, such a shift in intestinal microflora is very significant. (2)



*Author: Patricia
I just wanted to say that I had my amalgam fillings changed a few years ago on my homeopaths advice, I must say that for about 6 months afterwards I was horrendous, then things picked up and I was in the best of health which lasted about 4/5 years, then last about 2 years ago I started getting niggly things such as instead of just normal hayfever I had to have an inhaler as I couldn't breath properly, after having the inhaler my health appeared to improve until the next spring and away it went again, I got another inhaler and got slightly better, then all of a sudden last summer it was being hit with a sledgehammer wham! everything went, my RA flaired up again to the point where I had to look out my walking sticks again, I hadn't used them for years.
I went back to see my homeopath and she said I had candida, I had heard of it but not that much, well I can assure you I won't take it lightly, I can hardly function throughout the day now, I did have severe depression for a while which as far as I know is all related to 'kill off', well to be honest I really do think if this thing is not dead by now then it is indistructable, I don't seem to be getting any better, I have been on this horrid diet for ages now and am getting so bored with it that at times I wonder whether it is worth being this miserable or should I just eat what I want, after all I am still in so much pain that I can't get out most days and have to get others to do chores etc., for me, in my eyes it's a bit like why suffer and not have something to enjoy while I suffer or suffer and be miserable while I suffer, gosh that sounds really bad, I sound like a real moaning minnie here, I just want to know when it will end, but all I keep hearing is "how long is a piece of string".
Thanks for listening and for letting me get some of this off my chest, I tend to put a face on for friends as I am sure they think that I should be better by now.

*Author: Justin
Welcome Home!

I don't even know what normal feels like anymore!

All I can say from experience is,

1. Get a good probiotic. I've been through only about 7-8 brands now Smile and have found that Theralac is by far the best at 40,000 cfu upon manufacture.

2. Get a good multi-vitamin. Source Naturals makes one that got 1st place internationaly.

3. Drink lots of water 8 or more cups a day.

4. Iodine. The Japanese eat up to 12 mg a day! I take 450 -900 mcg a day.

5. Apple cider vinegar. Earth Clinic online is a great resource for it.

6. Never give in.

7. Stay away from white sugar and flour. The only bread I eat is sourdough. And the only sugar I eat comes from my food.

8. Stay true to the diet. Read, read, read.

Good luck!
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