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Doctors Don't Know that MOST Chronic Illnesses are Associated with Heavy Metal Toxicity

Updated on November 2, 2015


Heavy metals overstimulate proteins and enzymes and they preserve pathogens in your tissues. This may be one factor out of many which is causing you to have symptoms, but this factor is quite easy to eliminate.

Your symptoms start when you become deficient in proteins and enzymes, perhaps because you have candida yeast overgrowth and not enough beneficial bacteria. Many things can kill beneficial bacteria which starts the yeast overgrowth, including: excessive hormones, stress hormones, colic, anti-inflammatory medicines, steroid medicines, antibiotics.

When this happens, your proteins fire off unevenly. You will have too many of one protein and not enough of another. This causes thousands of symptoms and serious diseases.

If your proteins/enzymes are uneven and you also add heavy metal toxicity to that mix, the proteins/enzymes that are overactive will become VERY overactive.

Overactive Proteins

One example of a protein is dopamine. Dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine are mood neurotransmitters. They have to be activated by a thyroid hormone.

All proteins/enzymes have to bind with a hormone and they have to be zapped with electricity by coming into contact with a meridian.

Dopamine is the focus, excitement and muscle neurotransmitter. Too much can cause autism, hyperactivity, hypersensitivity, tourettes, Parkinson's. Not enough can cause attention deficit, absentmindedness, lack of muscle control, etc.

The presence of mercury will cause the hyper activity of dopamine to be even worse. The types of dopamine problems that we started having after 1970 were caused by the toxicity of mercury. Before 1970, these problems were milder and were hypothyroid.

Overactive Enzymes

Enzymes break down and repair all of the organs and tissues in your body. Enzymes can also be overstimulated by a heavy metal.

When enzymes are overstimulated, they will damage your tissues by over-cleaning. Basically they will eat up your tissues, blood cells, etc.

Alzheimer's disease is one example of this. Basic protein deficiency starts the problem and heavy metals make it worse. Lou Gehrig's disease and anemia diseases are also associated with this problem.


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Cancer and Heavy Metals

Cancer is caused by pathogens that free radicalize. Heavy metals keep pathogens alive. Shots have heavy metals in them for this reason. The pathogens have to be alive to inoculate your system.

The heavy metals also keep pathogens alive in your body tissues and organs. The toxic acids produced by the pathogens cause irritation and inflammation which could be the source of symptoms.

In some health care systems in other countries, doctors detox heavy metals as a routine part of the treatment for cancer. When the heavy metals leave the body, so do the pathogens and free-radical activity.

Heavy metals in your teeth contribute to cancers. If you detox heavy metals, your chances of getting lung cancer are reduced by 90 percent.

Detoxing Heavy Metals

There are many minerals and herbs which detox heavy metals from your body very effectively.

Iodine fulfillment therapy is one way to detox. Iodine was removed from bread supplementation in the 1960s after the World Health Organization decided that people should regulate their own amounts. See my other blog for details.

Doctors used Lugol's iodine solution for treating low thyroid from 1820 until synthetic hormones were created. This is an excellent method of detoxing heavy metals as well.

MSM organic sulfur which comes from rain water will also detox heavy metals. You can take a supplement or drink rain water. This mineral (gas) kills pathogens as well which is a very effective way to balance the intestinal flora.

MSM binds with anything synthetic, which will detox our bodies. Unfortunately, synthetic fertilizers bind up MSM when it is added to the crops therefore removing it from our food supply. Other synthetic molecules in our processed foods adds to this problem.

Chlorella is another heavy metal detoxifier. Go to a vitamin website, my favorite is, and do a search for heavy metal detoxification. There are books about detoxing or you can consult with a licensed natural health practitioner.

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Western medicine, through insurance coverage, doesn't offer detoxing. The details are in this blog. It's not difficult to learn how to treat the cause of your symptoms. Paying for advice from a licensed natural practitioner will save you the learning curve. The root cause of all symptoms is a mineral deficiency.

For many people the hurdle is their belief that their trusted doctor would detox them if a heavy metal toxin were the cause of their symptoms. Unfortunately, your doctor doesn't know very much about heavy metal toxicity. Insurance cannot afford to detox. Most of their operating budget comes from pharmaceutical sales.

For around $20 you can get rid of serious illness or long term symptoms. Good luck in your quest.


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    • Linda Robinson60 profile image

      Linda Robinson 

      3 years ago from Cicero, New York

      Hello Sherri awesome and so much amazing interesting information. I look forward to reading more of your hubs. Nice meeting you. Linda

    • Susan Trump profile image

      Susan Trump 

      3 years ago from San Diego, California

      You are after my own heart. I know metals well and their destruction is slow and lengthly. Keep telling the story. Few will connect the details to their own painful body, but eventually it will be more understood.

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      Nancy Yager 

      3 years ago from Hamburg, New York

      Heavy metals are very common in my part of the United States. And yes, I have done a heavy metal detox in the past. This is not a pleasant process but is so worth it.


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