Feb
01

How to Deal with Heavy Metal Toxins

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Heavy Metals SummitI have to admit, I’m a bit “summited out.”

Maybe you are, too.

But the “Heavy Metals Summit” that started on Monday, I’ve just have had to make time for. (Or else buy.)

Here’s why. My husband is in the process of having 6 or 7 mercury amalgam fillings removed by a biological dentist. She is being very, very careful.

After other summits I’ve attended and research I’ve done, I am sure my husband’s symptoms are due to heavy metal toxicity, at least from the mercury, if not other things as well.

I learned from Dr. Dietrich Klinghardt from another summit that the trifecta of heavy metals, mold, and Wi-Fi signals all exacerbate each other.

The Wi-Fi makes the mold in the air more toxic. Simultaneously, if you’ve got any mercury amalgam fillings in your mouth, the Wi-Fi also releases mercury vapor much more quickly, and it goes straight to the brain. Wi-Fi also does something with some enzymes in the body that normally would enable the body to detoxify from heavy metals and mold.

There is a video called “smoking tooth” on YouTube that shows how mercury vapor from a slight abrasion of an amalgam filling can release vapors into the mouth–and the brain.

I asked two dentists and two doctors about this, whether it was valid, and they had no response for me. One just shrugged and changed the subject.

When I was a child, we used to play with the mercury from a broken thermometer. Do I have mercury in my system from that? No doubt.

Even if you’ve never out of ignorance played with mercury, or had any “silver” fillings, it’s hard to escape these toxins, unfortunately. They are in our air, water, cosmetics, food.

What we can do is empower our bodies to deal with them.

This summit will give many ideas how to do that.

Know that doing Healing Codes to get rid of the stress of unconscious negative memories is important. In fact, Nikki Gratrix will be a featured speaker, and she talks about how unhealed emotional issues block the body’s ability to heal.

I am also using the Halo Detox vial quite often. I believe it is helping both my husband and me, though I have to admit, I did have some “healing responses” from it. Evidence that it’s working, though! (For more information about

I encourage you to register for this summit, and want you to know that if you should choose to buy it, the half-price sale ends Feb. 5. There will be a replay over the weekend, I believe.

(So if you’re not into the Superbowl, you can learn how to improve your health!)

Foods that Heal Your Gut
Here’s something very practical I learned from the Summit.

First, if you have a healthy gut, that goes a long way to protecting you and helping you detox. We are largely made up of microbes, called the microbiome, and these are epigenetical agents that can switch bad genes off and good genes on.

Some foods feed the good gut bacteria; these are called prebiotic foods. I learned from the Heavy Metals Summit (think it was one of the ones from Day 1, possibly Tom O’Bryan’s), that root vegetables are prebiotic foods. He suggested 1-2 servings of root vegetables. I have a medley of root veggies roasting in the oven even as I type! (If you want the recipe, go here.)

Fermented foods such as kimchi (just tried it–love it!), sauerkraut and other fermented foods actually add the good gut bacteria. He suggested getting as many different kinds of fermented foods as you can, and rotate every day, taking a forkful at least a day. (I usually have some at lunch.)

That talk was a godsend to me, because I had gone to the natural foods store to find probiotics, and left without buying anything, overwhelmed a bit by the choices and the prices. I’d much rather take O’Bryan’s suggestions and get the good stuff from my foods. I already feel a difference!

 

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