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GiGi
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SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC MERCURY TOXICITY - IMMUNE SYSTEM

* Repeated Infections

Viral and fungal
Mycobacteria
Candida and other yeast infections

* Cancer

* Autoimmune disorders

Arthritis
Lupus erythematosus
Multiple Sclerosis
Scleroderma
Amyolateral Sclerosis
Hypothyroidism


(References displayed at Chemical and Heavy Metal Conference 2009 -- too much for me to copy) here)

[ 01-15-2011, 02:42 AM: Message edited by: GiGi ]

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Very interesting, GiGi. I much appreciate the list.

I have recently talked with a toxicologist who believes that cadmium actually is the heart of all heavy metal issues. Unfortunately though she does not believe in chronic Lyme and thinks too many people are jumping on it without knowing that cadmium might be the cause of all their symptoms.

She has written quite a bit of articles...she has a website:

http://www.bodycenteredtherapies.com/pinkhammedical/_aboutme.htm

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gigi,how is it that you remove these metal toxins without getting filling removed.i keep having problems with yeast and have thought it was a bigger picture than just yeast overgrowth.i can never get rid of it.i am having an awful attack,my tongue was clear for 3months and 2 weeks on amox it is back.
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wtl, from my own experience and Dr. K. working in this field for 30some years, we know that mercury is the toughest on our system. I don't think there is ever a chronic condition that is solely due to cadmium. Cadmium is nasty and needs to be lowered. What does the toxicologist recommend to remove cadmium?

anjiell, the fillings will not stop leaking for years to come with more mercury moving straight up into the brain and central nervous system. That is the quicket way. But very difficult to deal with. (look at the Smoking Tooth video - google it). And yeast cannot be conquered as long as the body defends itself by growing more yeast against the toxic metals that would otherwise kill us. The bad part is that the yeast also produce neurotoxins, and so our toxic burden
gets that much larger. You have got to get the metals moving out and the yeast problem will be solved.

AI will help with that if you like everyone else was allergic to these toxic metals. The immune system does not recognize them as toxic or doesn't recognize them at all until the allergies are cleared by AI.

If you have a yeast problem now, make sure you take a lot of binders to catch the metals and help them out in order to avoid that they are reabsorbed and recirculated into other body compartments. If you don't do lots of binders, lymphatic drainage, possibly colonics, etc., it will go on and on. Binders are very very important. If they tend to constipate you (lots of fiber), add a tea or a remedy that works to avoid constipation. But do take the binders.

Just because people are getting constipated is no excuse not to take the binders. Merry-go-round neurotoxins is a bad thing. I don't think people pay enough attention to that. The immune system now mobilizing them is one thing, binding them and pushing them out is another.
As long as you have a toxic metal burden, yeast will grow, and the pathogens of all kind feel at home. It is an ecosystem that needs to be altered. Lowering the toxic metal burden, the chemicals and you will get increased peripheral and brain circulation and the pathogens/infections won't have a chance.

Take care.

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GiGi - You are probably right about cadmium can't do all the damages by its own, but according to the toxicologist I talked to, cadmium is the "core" of all bad things. I think her point being that mercury and lead are more recognized by the public and the medical community, while cadmium is not. She thinks that cadmium can make the damage from other heavy metals multiply.

I would love to hear what you think if you have a moment to look through some of her writings on her site (on her site under "Publications" tab).

We only saw her once so I am not too sure what all the things she has to do to remove the cadmium and other heavy metals. I am supposed to bring my wife to see her again this coming week. If I remember correctly, she mentioned a lot about healthy guts and thinks the real excretion happens with good GI functions. So lots of green veges and good diet is the key.

She also did a blood smear under her microscope and for the first time I saw my wife's blood slide - that's cool. By her explanation, she has increased white blood count and they seem to "clumped" together (Stressed) that indicates either allergy, or inflammation, or dehydration, or all of them.

But she is pretty against antibiotic and thinks they often contain allergens - I don't know what to make of that. I hope she is not suggesting that antibiotic is not needed for my wife since she is gravely ill.

But I do have to say she seems to hold her own fairly well, being in the field as a physician for 45 years...

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GiGi,

Can you recommend a tea to help constipation
(without cascara segrada or senna)

And would you take it WITH the binder to prevent constipation?

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Doesn't Aloe Vera juice help with constipation? I used to add it to juice and it really helped. Don't take too much though!! [Smile]
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Dear Friends,

You can also take Vitamin C to loosen the bowels--but not in hot tea!!

You can make your own Vitamin C from citrus peels, cut into slices and dried on a table at room temperature for a few days, then put into a coffee grinder or similar instrument. According to a friend of mine who's an ND, about a teaspoon of this will give you all the Vit. C your body needs.

If you make your own, it also contains lots of enzymes and other goodies that "pure" Vitamin C doesn't have!

Experimenting til you find out what "bowel tolerance" is for you works.

Also, prunes are historic for helping with constipation issues. Once, when I was taking Humanworm, I got up to 3 prunes a day! That was all it took!! LOL!

Best,

Cass A

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