Do you have mercury fillings in your teeth? Dentists still use mercury amalgam fillings to fill dental cavities, even though mercury is one of the most toxic heavy metals known to man. Many of us are walking around with mercury fillings that we wish we didn't have. Removing the fillings can be costly, and could also release even more mercury into your body if it is not done correctly.
What are the dangers of mercury fillings?
One scientific study attempted to answer the question "Is low-level environmental mercury exposure of concern to human health?" The resulting answer is 'yes'. As reported in the conclusion…
Mercury has long been recognised as toxic, principally in relation to its effects on humans following acute or prolonged high-level occupational exposures and, in the latter half of the last century, from a number of environmental incidents. Recognised target organs are the kidneys, central nervous system and thyroid glands. Recently concern has grown about the potential risks to the human population from current background environmental levels, leading bodies such as the World Health Organisation to call for the reduction or, wherever possible, elimination of the use of mercury. This review considers the strength of the epidemiological evidence on the effects of prolonged low-level exposure to the various forms of mercury.
The limited research base suggests that several of the potential targets of long-term environmental exposure to mercury are similar to those occurring from occupational exposure including the renal, cardiovascular and immune systems. However, the evidence also suggests that, particularly in the case of organic mercury compounds, the most sensitive endpoint is central nervous system toxicity…
In the past the American FDA has issued several warnings about the dangers of mercury in skin care and mercury levels in seafood, and yet they stop short with a warning about the dangers of amalgam fillings. In fact, the FDA even goes as far as saying that mercury is a concern, but not in fillings. Of course, this denial is more about the dental lobby than it is about the dangers of mercury. If the mercury you can not see in fish is a danger to you, then of course the mercury in your mouth will be even more of a danger.
Mercury exposure cause a number of symptoms and health issues. The most common are related to brain function. In fact, "Mad Hatter Disease" describes a condition where mercury exposure causes dementia. The expression comes from the popular "Alice in Wonderland" and comes from the fact that hatters used to use mercury in their trade, and so had high levels of mercury exposure that accumulated over time.
Mercury fillings constantly release mercury vapor. Every time you stimulate the filling by chewing, or drinking a hot or cold beverage, more mercury vapor is released into your mouth where you then swallow.
This video outlines some of the dangers of mercury being released from the amalgams.
Can Zeolite Help?
Zeolite removes heavy metals and toxins. It has a chelating effect, without the side effects commonly associated with drugs. This means that zeolite is a safe method of removing mercury from your body.
Many people want to know what happens with the mercury fillings if you are taking zeolite to remove mercury. Will the zeolite affect the filling? The short answer is "NO".
Zeolite has a weak negative charge and mercury fillings are packed in far to densely for the zeolite to ever pull them out.
Of course, the best solution is to remove the fillings from your mouth, and then take zeolite over a period of time to remove the mercury that has accumulated in your body. Sometimes, due to expense or health, removing the fillings is not possible. Zeolite is a safe and effective way to remove the accumulated mercury in your body without side effects, and without breaking up the mercury fillings in your mouth.
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