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Toxic Metals: Implications for Clinical Practice. A study day run by the Institute of Optimum Nutrition. The day included two presentations by Rachel Nicoll of the BSEM followed by fascinating case histories from Dr Jenny Goodman and Dr Shideh Pouria. July 2015
This was the first in a planned series of all day workshops for practitioners; check in with the ION for future workshop subjects.
Detoxifying heavy metals with chlorella. Short article in Natural News. January 2014
Natural chelation for heavy metals – Sylvie Beljanski in the Townsend letter. November 2013
Everyday heavy metal toxicity. Long post on Natural News looking at heavy metals, where they are to be found, the health effects of ingestion and how one can detox oneself. January 2013
The Coalition for Mercury-free Drugs is a not-for-profit group dedicated to reducing the mercury-exposure risks, for the unborn, infants, children, adolescents and adults, from all mercury-containing medical products to which they are, or may be, exposed. January 2013
The Center for Environmental Health has some lead testing advice for anyone concerned about lead in the environment – which they advise, having discovered lead traces in everything from childrens' jewellery to chldrens' bibs. March 2011
Lead and cadmium found in childrens' jewellery
Protocols for the safe removal of amalgam fillings – from the International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology – 2007
Mercury Toxicity in Human Illness - 2003:Michelle Berriedale-Johnson reports on the joint meeting of the BSAENM (now the British Society for Ecological Medicine - www.ecomed.org.uk) and the British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry.
First Published January 2010Top of page
Organic foods lower in harmful cadmium residues. September 2014
Arsenic and toxic metals found in baby foods
Heavy metals in children’s face paints
‘Safe’ lead levels are not safe
How mercury becomes toxic in the environment
Severe exposure to pollutants during the development of the growing fetus can cause problems that become apparent as brain functions develop - and ultimately decline - in later life. Critically, much smaller doses of chemicals, such as the neurotoxic compound methylmercury, can harm the developing brain to a much greater extent than the adult brain.
Aluminium replaces mercury in childhood vaccines - an alarming report on the Dr Mercola site about the replacement of mercury with alumnium in childhood vaccines in the US and the possible immunological and neurological implications.
The curse of amalgam fillings
Is lead a danger in lipstick?
Beethoven - a victim of heavy metal?
First Published in May 2006
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