The Diagnosis And 7 Things To Know For A Successful Chelation – Post 12
Having numerous results now available of medical scans and tests, the many symptoms recorded over 9 years and informative online information including access to professional medical papers, the diagnosis was finally found.
‘Poisoning by ingested dental metals including very high levels of elemental mercury, palladium and nickel, likely to have been caused by an unknown accidental, a knock to the face, which sped up the process of Oral-Electro galvanism over a period of time leading to severe chronic dental ingested toxicity‘.
On the day of diagnosis, known preventative measures were put in place. However, so much more information became available during the chelation period. (chelation – the method of removing certain heavy metals from the bloodstream, used especially in treating lead or mercury poisoning).
7 things to know on the first day of diagnosis for a successful chelation
This is a summary of what we consider should have been explained to the patient by The NHS clinicians, and what needed to be actioned, on the day of diagnosis had they been trained.
- The use of chlorella and organic coriander during chelation.
- The importance of following a glutathione diet.
- The importance of the oxalate diet.
- Removal of coffee, tea, soups, and other hot drinks from the diet.
- The importance of consuming the best food, preferably organic, minimising fertilisers and pesticides consumption.
- The removal of metals from the oral cavity.
Chlorella and organic coriander consumption were not put in place until two years after diagnosis and this invaluable method of chelation remains so today, now into the fifth year of chelation.
Glutathione diet was put in place 6 weeks after diagnosis and still remains so today.
Oxalate Diet was not put in place until the third year after diagnosis and remains so today.
Hot drinks and soups were not removed from the diet until 6 weeks after diagnosis and revised after the removal of amalgams.
Food purchased switched to purchasing organic foods, minimising fertilisers and pesticides consumption on the day of diagnosis and remains so today.
Saunas weren’t used immediately. There was early success and now used infrequently.
Removals of amalgams and other dental metal material after three months from diagnosis taking one year to remove most offending mixed metal materials.
3 ways to prevent further toxins from entering the body
How to prevent further toxin poisoning.
+ Controlling foods and drinks entering the body.
+ Controlling things that are put on and next to the body.
+ Controlling the environment that surrounds the body, home and work especially.
No UK GP or NHS clinician is currently trained to provide this information for accidental chronic dental ingestion. Information had to be acquired through private medical consultations and researched online.
This information is paramount.
Prevention of further toxicity being ingested will help to speed up the chelation period needed.
Posts are in numbered order for completeness. You may like to read the next 7 posts which detail the chelation process. The next post, post 13 explains what chelation requires.
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