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▶ Symptoms of Mercury Poisoning – YouTube

This video explains how mercury primarily derived from dental amalgam fillings can cause a host of mental, physical and emotional symptoms and details over 1… http://goo.gl/NdXdl3

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Chelation: Harnessing and Enhancing Heavy Metal Detoxification – A Review

Recognizing toxicant contributors to chronic disease and conducting research to evaluate chelation strategies and protocols to assess and address toxic metal bioaccumulation #articles #mercury #exposure #drblanchedgrube #halhugginsprotocol http://goo.gl/aSCiEu

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“The Scientific World Journal Volume 2013 (2013)Margaret E. SearsChildren’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Toxic metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury are ubiquitous, have no beneficial role in human homeostasis, and contribute to noncommunicable chronic diseases. While novel drug targets for chronic disease are eagerly sought, potentially helpful agents that aid in detoxification of toxic elements, chelators, have largely been restricted to overt acute poisoning. Ch

“The Scientific World Journal Volume 2013 (2013) Margaret E. Sears The Scientific World Journal Volume 2013 (2013) Margaret E. Sears Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Toxic metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury are ubiquitous, have no … Continue reading

Posted in bioaccumulation, chelation, detoxification, disease, heavy metal, mercury | Comments Off on “The Scientific World Journal Volume 2013 (2013)Margaret E. SearsChildren’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute Toxic metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury are ubiquitous, have no beneficial role in human homeostasis, and contribute to noncommunicable chronic diseases. While novel drug targets for chronic disease are eagerly sought, potentially helpful agents that aid in detoxification of toxic elements, chelators, have largely been restricted to overt acute poisoning. Ch