Archive for November 19, 2014

Amalgam fillings are composed of mercury, silver, tin, copper and other trace metals. A growing body of evidence suggests that amalgam fillings contribute to many degenerative diseases and cancers. According to a report published by The International Academy of Oral Medicine and Toxicology, there is over 1000 tons of mercury in the mouths of unsuspecting people

Understanding the effects of amalgam fillings on your body is key to protecting and maintaining your health. Since your teeth are living entities that have direct connections to your circulatory system and lymphatic system, you want to insist that whatever dental products are inserted in your teeth are safe and non-toxic.

Many dentists may “claim” to practice mercury free dentistry but their procedures are a far cry from it.


Root canals are toxic and dangerous. Period. Your teeth are living organisms that are connected to the rest of your body with over 3 miles of tubules in each tooth. When a tooth becomes diseased to the point where it cannot be saved with a non-toxic filling or a crown, the tooth should be extracted.

Saving a dying, infected tooth would be like trying to save an infected appendix or gall bladder, stuffing it with bleach (sodium hypochlorite is routinely used in root canals) and other toxic chemicals, hoping that there would be no effects of long term infections. Sound silly?

That is exactly what happens when you get a root canal.


There are 2 main ways that your teeth affect your health:

1.)  Chemically

2.)  Energetically

The Chemical Impact

Let’s discuss the chemical aspect. To begin with, those “silver” fillings in your mouth are 50% elemental mercury. Mercury is the most toxic element on the planet and even a minute exposure to it is very dangerous.  Every time you brush your teeth, chew or eat something warm, you are releasing methyl mercury vapors that are absorbed into your body.


A conversation about enemas can stimulate everything from laughter to horror. There are many old wives tales about enemas and how they can “cure” everything from the common cold to cancer. So let’s took a look at the facts and science behind the use of enemas.


Fasting, or the abstinence of food for a specific period of time, is an ancient practice that has recently made scientific news.  Fasts have been observed by just about every religious sect for thousands of years. With the benefit of science, we can better understand the wisdom of that practice.

Interestingly, food and calorie restriction is associated with improved health and a longer life span while obesity is associated with an increased cancer risk, heart disease and other metabolic diseases.