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Having a little mercury is about as safe as having a little cancer.

  The subject of today's content is something I've not only been educated about, but I've also experienced first-hand.
It's mercury contamination from amalgam fillings. Now, many dental care professionals continue to insist that amalgam fillings are harmless.  Virtually every major US health organization has declared amalgam dental fillings safe.

Read on and you be the judge.
First of all, mercury is sheer poison to the human body. It has been scientifically demonstrated to be more toxic than lead, cadmium and even arsenic. Mercury accumulates in the liver, kidney, brain and blood and builds up in your body's tissues. 

In adults, mercury can cause kidney failure, cardiovascular collapse and genetic damage.  It can also cause skin rash, sores in the mouth and swollen gums. It depletes the immune system and can induce a number of auto-immune diseases.  Mercury will cause an increase in number and severity of all allergies, and is also linked to Alzheimer's disease.

Long-term exposure to mercury can cause effects which develop gradually and sneak up on you.  These include shaking of the hands, eyelids, lips, tongue, or jaw, headaches, trouble sleeping, personality changes, memory loss, irritability, indecisiveness and loss of intelligence.

Yes, you read that right.  Loss of INTELLIGENCE.

Does that sound like something that's "safe" to you?  In any amount?
Now back to amalgam fillings:  Dental amalgams are about 50% (half) mercury.  The other half is a mixture of silver, tin, and other metals. Amalgam fillings release mercury non-stop throughout the lifetime of your filling, so there's no safe time where the mercury has "worn out" or "gone away."    

Now, mercury vapour is the main way that mercury comes out of amalgam fillings.  It's absorbed through your lungs, into the blood, and then is transported all over your body.
There is NO harmless level of mercury vapour exposure-- that's a proven scientific fact.  Every single molecule is deadly.  So how these various health organizations in the US can claim that amalgam fillings are safe is mind-boggling, and another illustration of compromising the health of millions of people in the interest of profits via lack of lawsuits. 

Having a little mercury is about as safe as having a little cancer. And the more fillings you have, the more exposure you get. I would know. I was LOADED with mercury when I first consulted a prominent holistic physician in Manhattan 2 years ago.  She was astounded when she saw my blood levels.  My mercury levels were very high.

At first we thought it could be the fish I was eating or maybe our water supply.  So, I stopped eating large fish, and I had our water tested--it was fine. I was re-tested after cutting back on the fish and was still toxic with mercury.

Then my doctor looked in my mouth and saw my amalgam fillings.  She said, "You've got to get those out of there.
Right away." She also gave me a mercury cleansing product to help remove any residual mercury once the fillings came out. Well, after spending a few long hours in the dentist's chair, I am now amalgam-free.

And guess what.  My mercury level has plummeted!  If you have amalgam fillings, I urge you to have heavy metal testing done (ask your doctor) and consider having your fillings replaced.  White composite fillings are not only more attractive (because they're tooth-colored), but they're made from microscopic glass and/or porcelain particles that are embedded in a mass of acrylic--NO

Don't let anyone try to tell you that the amount of mercury in fillings is safe--it's not.  I'm living proof, and so are countless others. Take responsibility for your health and prevent the horrors of mercury contamination.

To your health,

Sherry Brescia

PS:  Olivia is getting better each day with Great Taste No Pain:


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