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SForsgren
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This is a must-read for those of us that have an interest in detoxification (which should be everyone I hope)....

http://www.betterhealthguy.com/images/stories/PDF/LED.pdf

Explore has some of the best information I have found. If you want to subscribe, go here:

http://www.explorepub.com/

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Great that you got it and posted it. Thank you, Scott.
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Nice article. Too bad the credit didn't go to the scientist who pioneered the LED. Dr. C of Denton, TX came up with it with a doctor in England. He trained the doctor partially who is mentioned in the article, but their techniques are slightly different. And the cost for Dr. C in Denton, TX is only $105 per treatment, much less than the doctor who is mentioned in the article.

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Thanks so much for the info.

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I spoke with the author of the article a few weeks back and may be seeing her later in the summer. She is very nice (receptive to my many questions), and her fees are surprisingly reasonable. Very different from what I am used to seeing for these types of services.

Claire

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BTW, I was just at the Dr. C laser detox conference and he DID credit the Denton doctor. I agree it is unfortunate that the article did not mention it, but Dr. C did mention the other Dr. C (Denton) doctor in his presentation.

I am wondering personally how much of our detox issues are related to the sulfa antibiotics that we consume in meets, etc. and looking forward to trying the LED myself.

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I posted about this a few years ago:

Quantum Photogenic Detoxification of Heavy Metals.
It was written by Dr. L.C. when he was a speaker at a Dr. K. teaching seminar/ conference I attended. He said at this 2004 conference:

``About four years (i.e. in 2000) ago Cyril Smith, PhD, nuclear physicist from England, came to Dallas and met with TC, PhD, anatomist from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School.
They developed a simple technique to rapidly detoxify substances from the body using an inexpensive laser pointer shined onto specific acupuncture points through a glass vial of saline containing the inverted frequency of a single homeopathic substance."

Dr. L.C. told about the effectiveness of this method and showed how it is done at that conference.

In April this year, I attended another seminar directed mainly at treating Autistic children where both Dr. K. and Dr. L.C. lectured and L.C. one whole day specifically taught part of the basics of LED to MD's, etc. and little people such as me.

The treatment has evolved and is no longer the same today as it was a few years ago. It covers every food allergy and every chemical and every toxic metal and eliminates the body's own auto immune reactions to substances, to its own organs, its own hormones, glands and neurotransmitters. That to me is the home-run of the treatment because many chronically ill have a problem in the area of auto immunity. The cost is based on the time it takes to determine which treatments are needed, to prepare the homeopathics for the treatment, and then the treatments themselves.

It is totally individualized by energetic testing (machine and muscle testing) and thereby avoiding most crashes. (bad reactions - herxheimers) .
I would have gladly paid to get detoxed in this manner saving many thousands of dollars we had to spend over the years doing it the only way it was known then.

The funny thing is - ``it is really not known quite yet how LED actually works - but that it works''(per Dr. L.C.)

I had my first experience with LED in an effort to balance my hormones. I knew I had a problem to control my weight, which was never ever a problem for me pre-Lyme, pre-ovarian surgery, etc. I tried many combination of bio-identical hormones, by compounding pharmacies, etc. - nothing worked. I didn't like any combination. I got treated with LED and now take 2 drops of a certain DHEA - that works like a charm.

I hope that many practitioners will learn this method, LED, and contribute with their ideas to make it even better. That's how Dr. L.C. presented it. It is being taught here and abroad. People I know in Germany are already familiar with it. Some of the practitioners in our area here are doing the treatment.

And a lot of people, as we, are learning it to treat themselves for maintenance. Mercury and neurotoxins are a part of our life today whether we like it or not.

As long as we hold on to heavy metals and environmental toxins, the microbes will have a place to stay.

Take care.

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Thanks for posting this Scott. I am having trouble reading some of the pages but will figure it out and finish the article.

About six weeks ago, I had my mercury amalgams removed and promptly found a doctor who performed the first of a series of LED treatments, the sulfa pathways. It is too soon to comment but it certainly gave me a good amount of die off and stirred things up.

His prices were very reasonable and the doctor was fantastic. I look forward to the mercury sessions (we will divide them up for me) and if I feel that I can draw any conclusions, I will certainly share them.

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Rats. This is a PDF file - for some reason, the processor in my computer lights of like a jet engine whenever I use the Adobe program and it never loads the file..... [confused]

The LED method of metal detox does sound intriguing. I'd love to see an article about it the Hpathy online E-zine journal. If nothing else, to get the word out to homeopathic practitioners who may not be familiar with it.

Tracy

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