you must see this before you take on ch elation on your own see a Naturopath first
Get rid of Mercury out of your mouth now Doctor Mark Hyman is a medical Practitioner if you dont listen to reason on giving your children a vaccination listen to the research and factual reality about Vaccination and heavy metals please see both of these fantastic you tube movies
This is research done by one of my clients I think is worthy of a spot on my website from Ben Carter
Hope all is well.
In relation to removing the heavy metals I did some research on the following:
Dr Gabrielle Cousens pilot study had great results of removing all heavy metals within 2 weeks with a green juice fast as well.
The other chelators takes 2 years.
Did you want me to come down and see you again now?
Or after trying this 2 week protocol?
REMOVING HEAVY METALS
Used in Pure Liquid Zeolites NCD2 - has the perfect structure for removing heavy metals and will do quickly and safely.
It is shaped like a cage and is one of only a few minerals in nature that carries a negative charge.
It's this amazing combination that allows the zeolite to capture toxix heavy metals containing a high positive charge like mercury, lead, cadmium, aluminium and others.
Zeolite will then remove them from the body.
Once the toxins are trapped in the zeolites cage it is almost impossible for them to escape this bond. (takes over 900 degrees to break the bond)
So once absorbed into the zeolite cage the metals are removed and cannot be deposited in other areas of the body.
Zeolites differ from other forms of chelation as the heavy metals are absorbed inside the cage (not stuck inside the cage)
The metals are neutralised by the zeolite's negative charge and can not cause any other damage to surrounding tissue.
NCD2 Activated Pure Liquid Zeolite (www.pureliquidzeolite.com) - is incredibly fast acting and is completely removed from the blood in 5-7 hours.
Zeolite is removed through normal bodily processes and due to it neutralising and removing toxic material it greatly reduces the burden on the liver and kidneys.
A full body detox to remove built up metals will take approx 6-9 weeks depending on age, diet, health issues, amounts etc.
The process can speed up dramatically when combined with green juice fasting. (Refer to pilot study by Dr Gabriel Cousens)
88% total toxin removal within 1 week and 100% removal within 2 weeks from the combination of:
max dose NCD2 Zeolite with a green juice fast protocol.
Using the correct zeolite formula is critical.
As per Dr Cousens recommendations:
10 to 15 drops three times per day for 6-8 weeks.
For people with cancer: 2-3 drops per hour.
Can be taken on an empty stomach or with food.
Can also be taken with coffee.
Green juice fast should be combined with the zeolite formula (can take 4 * 10-15 drops mixed with green juice) over 1-2 weeks to eliminate all heavy metals and toxins.
PFOA from Teflon pans and other toxins will be removed entirely from the body in 2 weeks.
What do you think of these supplements as well? Daily Detox Tips (2 years to remove heavy metals slowly)
Pectasol-C - 5-10 mg p/day (take twice a day 1 hour away from foods and other supplements) great for removing heavy metals - absorbs heavy metals)
Biosil (silica)supplement (6-10 drops per day) great for removing heavy metals thallium, arsenic, tin and aluminium)
Near infrared sauna (bypasses the liver for detoxification)
Cilantro oil (Panaseeda) works like DMSA. Oils get into brain and pulls heavy metals out. 1 teaspoon per day.
Sodium R-lipoic acid (fat soluble) life extension supplement. Fat soluble 20 times better.
Glutathione (Chem-Defense - source naturals - take sublingual)
Kelatox EDTA suppositories (cadmium toxicity) cadmium is in coffee
SUMMARY OF THE SOURCES AND
SYMPTOMS OF THE COMMON TOXIC METALS
Aluminum - cookware, beverages in aluminum cans, tap water, table salt, baking powders, antacids, processed cheese, anti-perspirants, bleached flour, vaccines and perhaps other medications, and occupational exposure. Virtually everyone has too much aluminum in their bodies.
Antimony – found in Flovent, an inhaler used for asthma! Also used in lead-acid batteries, “lead-free” solder, bullets, motor bearings, pewter, some paints and glass, and some microelectronic circuits. It was formerly used in some anti-parasitic drugs.
Antimony is also used in most fire retardants that are required on most furniture, mattresses, cribs and other products. This is severely increasing the prevalence of antimony toxicity in homes and offices.
Arsenic - pesticides, beer, table salt, tap water, paints, pigments, cosmetics, glass and mirror manufacture, fungicides, insecticides, treated wood and contaminated food.
Beryllium - air pollution (burning fossil fuels), manufacture of plastics, electronics, steel alloys and volcanic ash.
Cadmium - cigarettes, (tobacco and marijuana), processed and refined foods, large fish, shellfish, tap water, auto exhaust, plated containers, galvanized pipes, air pollution from incineration and occupational exposure.
Copper - copper water pipes, copper added to tap water, pesticides, swimming in pools, intra-uterine devices, vegetarian diets, dental amalgams, nutritional supplements - especially prenatal vitamins, birth control pills, weak adrenal glands and occupational exposure.
Lead - tap water, cigarette smoke, hair dyes, paints, inks, glazes, pesticide residues and occupational exposure in battery manufacture and other industries.
Mercury - dental amalgams, ALL fish (tiny fish are better), ALL shellfish, sea vegetables, some medications such as thiazide diuretics, air pollution, gold mining, and the manufacture of paper, chlorine, adhesives, fabric softeners and waxes. Most everyone has too much mercury in their body today.
Nickel - hydrogenated oils (margarine, commercial peanut butter and shortening), shellfish, air pollution, cigarette smoke, plating and occupational exposure.
Aluminum – Alzheimer’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, anemia and other blood disorders, colic, fatigue, dental caries, dementia dialactica, hypoparathyroidism, kidney and liver dysfunctions, neuromuscular disorders, osteomalacia and Parkinson’s disease.
Antimony – Symptoms are usually chronic. Skin exposure can cause dermatitis. Lung exposure causes irritation and inflammation. Chronic use of Flovent (a drug) appears tokeep the hair phosphorus level low. This may indicate impairment of protein biosynthesis.
Arsenic - abdominal pain,abnormal ECG, anorexia, dermatitis, diarrhea, edema, enzyme inhibitor, fever, fluid loss, goiter, hair loss, headache, herpes, impaired healing, interferes with the uptake of folic acid, inhibition of sulfhydryl enzyme systems, jaundice, keratosis, kidney and liver damage, muscle spasms, pallor, peripheral neuritis, sore throat, stomatitis, stupor, vasodilation, vertigo, vitiligo and weakness.
Beryllium - adrenal insufficiency, arthritis, bone spurs, bursitis, depression, fatigue, osteoporosis and symptoms of slow metabolism.
Mercury - adrenal gland dysfunction, alopecia, anorexia, ataxia, bipolar disorder, birth defects, blushing, depression, dermatitis, discouragement, dizziness, fatigue, headaches, hearing loss, hyperactivity, immune system dysfunction, insomnia, kidney damage, loss of self-control, memory loss, mood swings, nervousness, numbness and tingling, pain in limbs, rashes, excessive salivation, schizophrenia, thyroid dysfunction, timidity, tremors, peripheral vision loss and muscle weakness.
Nickel - cancer (oral and intestinal), depression, heart attacks, hemorrhages, kidney dysfunction, low blood pressure, malaise, muscle tremors and paralysis, nausea, skin problems, tetany and vomiting
The safe removal of heavy metals is becoming one of the modern world’s biggest health issues. Heavy metals surround us; chemtrails, vaccinations, air and water pollution, living or working near a smelter or mine, dental fillings and of course, the kingpin of all, fluoridated water. Hydrofluosilicic acid, the chemical often used to fluoridate drinking water, is an industrial waste that contains lead, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, aluminum, benzene and radioactive waste material. A fact that boggles the mind and poses the question…
How did we let this end up in our water?
Heavy metals poisoning“In my clinical experience, everyone has excessive amounts of some, or all of the toxic metals” says Lawrence Wilson, MD. No one in the industrial world is untouched, and the effects of heavy metals are nothing short of frightening, with links to impaired brain and motor function, Alzheimer’s, dementia, heart disease and genetic defects.
Heavy metals replace the body’s needed minerals, for instance, lead will replace calcium in the bones, weakening them and causing osteoporosis. Lead also replaces calcium in the blood cells, damaging the blood and causing a severe form of anemia.
It then goes to the brain, where it replaces calcium, iron, magnesium and other vital elements that are found there. Cadmium will replace zinc in a male’s testicles as well as in women’s ovaries, causing countless reproductive issues. Male and female sexual fluids are rich in zinc, this can cause low sperm counts, impotence in men, reduced fertility in women, and increased libido in women.
“Cadmium is so toxic to the brain that it causes what might be called ‘a small rebellion’ in the tissues of the brain, which results in violent thoughts. One notices this as one removes cadmium, that violent thoughts and even one’s violent impulses diminish” Lawrence Wilson, MD.
Mercury is one of the most toxic minerals known to man, and yet it is also one of the most common heavy metal’s used today. It’s even used in children’s vaccines as a preservative in the form Thimerosal. “If you inject thimerosal into an animal, it’s brain will sicken. If you apply it to living tissue, the cells die. If you put it in a petri dish the culture dies. Knowing these things, it would be shocking if one could inject it into an infant without causing damage.” Boyd Haley PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry, University of Kentucky. The list of debilitating illnesses associated with mercury is incredibly vast and mercury exposure should be avoided at all costs.
When heavy metals are present and needed minerals are low, the body will use heavy metals for enzyme creation. As this occurs, the metals inhibit, overstimulate or otherwise alter thousands of enzymes. An affected enzyme may operate at 5% of normal activity. This may contribute to countless health conditions. The importance of enzymes can not be underestimated. Some health professionals believe them to be the key to good health and longevity. “The length of life is inversely proportional to the rate of exhaustion of the enzyme potential of an organism.” (The Enzyme Nutrition Axiom formulated by Dr Edward Howell
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Phase II reactions include sulfation and glucuronidation, which are key to human detoxification, along with glutathione conjugation, methylation, amino acid conjugation, and acetylation. Phase II detoxification typically involves biochemical conjugation, in which various enzymes in the liver attach small chemical moieties to the toxin. The conjugation reaction neutralizes toxins and reactive intermediates left over from Phase I detoxification. Both Phase I and Phase II detoxification require assistance from a healthy supply of enzymes. Enzyme quantity can be influenced by dietary components. Green tea and products found in red wine grapes encourage glucuronidation and glutathione conjugation enzymes, respectively. Glucuronidation, a significant pathway in the Phase II detoxification mechanism, is the combining of glucuronic acid with toxins, a process that requires the enzyme UDP, glucuronyl transferase (UDPGT). Foods rich in limonene, a monoterpene found in citrus peel, dill weed oil, and caraway oil, can increase UDPGT activity and encourage the glucuronidation mechanism.
Many commonly used substances--for example, aspirin, menthol, synthetic vanilla, acetaminophen, morphine, diazepam, digitalis, benzoates, and some hormones--are detoxified through the glucuronidation pathway. Beta-glucuronidase, regarded as a dangerous enzyme, interferes with the glucuronidation process, allowing toxic levels of drugs and contaminants to accumulate. Older individuals appear particularly susceptible to increased beta-glucuronidase formation because of long-term exposure to toxic agents.
Murray et al. (1998) report that the glucuronidation pathway is also impaired in the 5% of the population with Gilbert's syndrome. Gilbert's syndrome is a benign hereditary condition characterized by hyperbilirubinemia (serum bilirubin level 1.2-3.0 mg/dL) and jaundice. The Gilbert's syndrome patient typically complains of loss of appetite, malaise, and fatigue, symptoms often identifiable with liver dysfunction.
This is called the conjugation pathway, whereby the liver cells add another substance (eg. cysteine, glycine or a sulphur molecule) to a toxic chemical or drug, to render it less harmful. This makes the toxin or drug water-soluble, so it can then be excreted from the body via watery fluids such as bile or urine.
Major Phase II pathways include glutathione, sulfate, glycine, and glucuronide conjugations. Individual xenobiotics and metabolites usually follow one or two distinct pathways. Again, this makes testing of the various pathways possible by challenging with known substances.
The conjugation molecules are acted upon by specific enzymes to catalyse the reaction step. Through conjugation, the liver is able to turn drugs, hormones and various toxins into excretable substances. For efficient phase two detoxification, the liver cells require sulphur-containing amino acids such as taurine and cysteine. The nutrients glycine, glutamine, choline and inositol are also required for efficient phase two detoxification. Eggs and cruciferous vegetables (eg. broccoli, cabbage, Brussels sprouts, cauliflower), and raw garlic, onions, leeks and shallots are all good sources of natural sulphur compounds to enhance phase two detoxification. Thus, these foods can be considered to have a cleansing action. The phase two enzyme systems include both UDP-glucuronyl transferase (GT) and glutathione-S-transferase (GSH-T). Glutathione is the most powerful internal antioxidant and liver protector. It can be depleted by large amounts of toxins and/or drugs passing through the liver, as well as starvation or fasting. Phase II reactions may follow Phase I for some molecules or act directly on the toxin or metabolite.
Phase II detoxification typically involves conjugation in which various enzymes in the liver attach small chemicals to the toxin. This conjugation reaction either neutralizes the toxin or makes the toxin more easily excreted through the urine or bile. Phase II enzymes act on some toxins directly, while others must first be activated by the phase I enzymes. There are essentially six phase II detoxification pathways:
In order to work, these enzyme systems need nutrients both for their activation and to provide the small molecules they add to the toxins. In addition, they utilize metabolic energy to function and to synthesize some of the small conjugating molecules. Thus, mitochondrial dysfunction, such as found in chronic fatigue syndrome, a magnesium deficiency or physical inactivity, can cause phase II detoxification to slow down, allowing the build-up of toxic intermediates
Nutrients needed by phase II detoxification enzymes