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jhan Views: 6,077
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Chelation


That is your way out. Like mentioned above, first getting rid of the mercury and lead into the fillings then going for chelation.

I have done it on my own and it is definitely not an easy journey. I would also strongly advise you find support from some professional who could help you out... I did not.

Here are a few posts from my blog on the topic:

//www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=976150


//www.curezone.org/blogs/fm.asp?i=976147



Remember to use antioxydants along:

Nutrients Known to be Protective Against Heavy Metal Toxicity:

Aluminum: magnesium

Arsenic: Amino acids (containing sulfur), calcium, iodine, selenium, vitamin C, zinc.

Cadmium: Amino acids (containing sulfur), calcium, vitamin C, zinc.

Lead: Amino acids (containing sulfur), calcium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin E, zinc.

Mercury: Amino acids (containing sulfur), pectin (alginate), selenium, vitamin C.

Apples are a good source of pectin. (Granny Smith apples are okay on the candida diet.
Rosehip tea is a good source of vitamin C - so are peppers red, green and yellow.
Walnuts are a good source of selenium.(although , you should really supplement)
Most nuts are a good source of zinc (although , you should really supplement)

Jhan

 

 
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