Your Liver: A Vital and Essential Organ

Your liver is an amazing organ in charge of more than 500 functions. As more people become aware of our toxic environment and food, they start to realize that maybe they should pay a little more attention to changing the big filters of their body, such as the liver. In this months Pathways to Health,…

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Hip and Knee Replacements: Why are they on the rise?

I just had a great question come in my email from one of my patients. She was asking why there is such a large increase in hip and knee replacement surgeries. From the following website, she pulled these statistics: http://bonesmart.org/forum/threads/statistics-of-joint-replacement-surgery.17854/ For the US, the only numbers I could find for primary knees was 600,000 in…

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Toxic Mercury – Smoking Tooth

One thing is for certain… Mercury is one of the most toxic substances on the face of the planet. And furthermore, the human body has no use for it. I started looking into this problem several years ago when I noticed that many of my patients were presenting with mercury toxicity symptoms. Where were they…

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How Mercury Causes Neurodegeneration – Brain Damage

There isn’t anything that is more important than your nervous system. This includes the brain, spinal cord, nerve of the body, and some people even say the energetic aspects of who we as humans are. In short, our nervous systems control everything in our entire human existence. We take in sensory information through our 5…

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Measure Your Cellular Inflammation – The Meta-Oxy Test

There are two very important things to remember… We live our lives through our nervous system’s, AND we live our lives on a cellular level. We have amazing technology to measure what is happening to the nervous system under stress and recovery called the Neuroinfiniti Stress Response Evaluation, along with other excellent tools such as…

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Visual Contrast Sensitivity Test – Toxicity Testing

With the increasing rise of toxicity, and the increasing awareness of this huge problem, we need to have ways of determining which patients are likely to be severely toxic. One way is with a proper history by a trained doctor. Personally, I use what is called a Neurotoxic Questionnaire. This, along with asking the right…

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