I know, because I see the reactions in my own clinic every single day.
The reality is, nearly everyone has way too much lead, mercury, arsenic, and other toxic heavy metals inside them – and these metals are a major cause of supposedly incurable conditions.
I say “supposedly” because I often can cure or improve them, and I’ll tell you everything you need to know to get started on your own cure in a moment.
First, a new study confirms the role of toxic heavy metals in autoimmune disease – especially among women battling disorders such as thyroid disease, MS, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, and lupus.
Researchers examined data on 2,047 women who took part in the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey and compared blood levels of mercury to the presence of the autoantibodies made by the thyroid in response to autoimmune diseases.
Sure enough, women with the highest blood levels of mercury were more than twice as likely to have high levels of the thyroglobulin antibody linked to those diseases.
Now, you’ve probably heard that we all get exposed to metals, and that’s true. It’s almost impossible to avoid them completely.
But you’ve probably also heard that the tiny levels we’re routinely exposed to – like the mercury in flu shots and amalgam dental fillings – are harmless, and that’s an out-and-out falsehood.
Want proof? Look no further than the same new study, because the “high” levels of mercury linked to those high levels of the thyroglobulin autoantibody weren’t high by current standards at all.
In fact, they were under 5 micrograms of mercury per liter – or well in line with what the mainstream considers “safe.”
You see, no amount of mercury, lead or other heavy metals is really safe. How do I know that? Simple: There’s no known healthy function in the human body for these metals!
If you suspect exposure to mercury or any other heavy metal, it’s not enough to find the source and eliminate it. Heavy metals don’t leave the body like other toxins. They accumulate – and the more they accumulate, the sicker you get.
The best way to rid your body of mercury and other toxic heavy metals is through chelation, but don’t try any of the do-it-yourself treatments that reach the market from time to time.
An experienced holistic doctor can test you for metals and provide you with the chelation therapy needed to remove anything that’s accumulated – and if you have thyroid disease, that’s another reason to get tested for these metals.
Dr. Mark Stengler has appeared as a medical expert on FOX, CBS, NBC and hosts his own weekly PBS TV show, “Natural Healing with Mark Stengler.”
He’s also written 17 books, including “Prescription for Natural Cures” and The Natural Physician’s Healing Therapies which have now sold over 1 million copies.
When he’s not busy sharing his knowledge of amazing alternatives to toxic mainstream therapies, Dr.Stengler practices what he preaches at his state-of-the-art Stengler Center for Integrative Medicine in Encinitas, California.
Dr. Stengler has treated tens of thousands patients of all ages, with a wide range of health conditions, such as...
What makes Dr. Stengler different is his diverse medical training in conventional medications and natural alternatives.
This means he can combine the best of modern technology and traditional time-tested therapies, for safer, long-term treatments.
His track-record of success with this breakthrough approach has earned him national acclaim as “America’s Natural Doctor.”
Dr. Stengler completed premed studies at Mt. Royal College and the University of Calgary, and graduated from naturopathic medical school at the National College of Naturopathic Medicine in Portland, Oregon. He is Board Certified in Integrative Medicine.
Dr. Stengler lives in San Diego County, California with his wife and three children. He enjoys quality time with his family. His hobbies include several sports and theological studies.
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