When the pressure of modern life are looming and things get a bit too much, it’s possible to start experiencing some mental health issues.
Yet when there is no apparent trigger to cause feelings of being short-tempered or being a bit low, you can soon be driven to despair…
Don’t worry, erratic mood swings may be just one of a range of symptoms that have been linked to a build-up of heavy metal toxicity… and it could be one of the main causes of mental health problems. And although that might seem frightening, there is action you can take now to very rapidly rid your body of these toxins.
For example, mercury amalgam, the metal most dental fillings are made from, has been found to cause a wide range of symptoms. These include irritability, outbursts of temper, loss of confidence, excessive shyness, anxiety, insomnia, lack of concentration, memory loss, depression and fatigue (The Amalgam Related Illness FAQ by Leif Hedegard, Sweden, 14/09/1999). In addition to mercury amalgam fillings, The World Health Organisation (WHO) believes other heavy metal culprits can also contribute to heavy metal toxicity. These include aluminium in processed foods and cookware, lead in petrol chemicals and even copper water pipes.
NDF helps flush harmful metals from your body
A natural new treatment called Nanocolloidal Detox Factors (NDF) could put a stop to the harm these toxic metals can cause. Developed by American scientists, NDF is based on new technology called Mucopolysaccharide Ion Exchange Resin (MIER), which helps excrete poisonous metals from the body.
MIER relies on chlorella microalgae – a green, single-celled algae that is cultivated in freshwater ponds and is able to bind heavy metals to its cell wall. The chlorella present in NDF is very special in that it is broken down into very tiny particles.
Because the particles are so tiny, NDF has a distinct advantage over conventional chelation drugs (chelators remove heavy metals from the body). These tiny chlorella particles are able to reach organs in the body like your liver and brain to remove metals, such as mercury, aluminium and lead, which may have been building up for many years.
Conventional treatments can require up to 40 injections and don’t guarantee the complete removal of toxins
Conventional chelation drugs only have a limited value because they are generally unable to penetrate organs like your brain. Another problem with traditional drug chelators, like DMPS, DMSA, EDTA or PCA, is that as well as removing harmful metals from your body they can also strip it of essential minerals like zinc and magnesium.
These drugs also need to be administered by a doctor intravenously. A full course of treatment can require between 20 to 40 injections, and only one injection a month can be tolerated by most people.
NDF, however, is non-invasive and is taken as an oral liquid supplement. It’s estimated that it takes just 2 pipettes (56 drops) of NDF twice daily for 2 months to completely remove heavy metals, even in the worse cases of heavy metal toxicity (The Mobilization and Elimination of Systemic Heavy Metals in the Context of Biological Medicine by Dr Timothy Ray O.M.D, LAc, USA).
Numerous patients have already benefited from treatment with NDF. One middle-aged male suffering from lifelong depression and malaise from dental mercury amalgam fillings, reported a significant reduction in his symptoms following treatment with NDF, after just a few days. Similarly, a trial involving young women, suffering from depression and allergies, found that they experienced a relief from their symptoms after using NDF for two weeks (Case Histories from the Bioray Bulletin Issue: NDF#5 July 2001).
5 Ways To Tell If You May Be Suffering From A Heavy Metal Toxicity Overload
If you answer ‘yes’ to one or more of the following questions you may be suffering from a metallic imbalance that could benefit from NDF:
1. Do you have silver amalgam fillings in your teeth? If you’re unsure just look at your teeth; if you have dark grey fillings, then the answer is ‘yes’. Be aware that the removal of mercury fillings needs to be done very carefully or it can make the problem of mercury absorption worse. Many dental practitioners do not offer this service. For more information contact The British Society for Mercury Free Dentistry, Flat 1, Wellbeck House, 65 Wellbeck Street, London W1M 7HB.
2. Did your mother have mercury amalgam fillings put in whilst she was pregnant with you? Mercury amalgam can be passed from a mother to her baby through the placenta and later through breast milk.
3. Do you eat a lot of fresh or canned fish? The US Food and Drug Administration warns all women over 18, in particular, pregnant women, to avoid eating fish like salmon, swordfish and mackerel. These fish may contain levels of mercury that could lead to brain damage in a developing foetus. In addition, make sure you don’t cook food in aluminium pans and you avoid canned drinks and foods.
4. Do you drink tap water? The copper used in many water pipes can be a source of metal contamination. Drink filtered water to help protect yourself from the harmful effects.
5. You can also have a hair mineral analysis test carried out, which can assess the levels of heavy toxic metals, including mercury, aluminium, lead and arsenic in your body. Simply send a lock of hair above the back of your neck (cut about 2 inches if possible) in a sealable bag for analysis to Individual Wellbeing (tel: 0207 730 7010 for more details) or Health Interlink (tel: 01664 810011). Expect to pay up to 60 and be aware that it can take up to 10 days for your test results to come back.
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