Heavy Metals

Chelation and the Klenner Protocol

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The truth is that it has not been precisely justified how the combination of the constituents of the protocol works for MS. Scientific research, profit-oriented, CRAB – centered and guided, is not able and above all it doesn’t aim at providing reasonable responses. Nevertheless, one can make several hypotheses about each suggested constituent by analyzing its properties and draw secure conclusions based on scientific research.

Fish Oil has known anti inflammation effects in blood and tissues. Also the lack of Vitamin D , as it becomes obvious through a series of studies, plays a more and more important More >

Do Flu Shots work? Ask a vaccine Manifacturer

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Flu Vaccine Exposed: Think Twice!

Do Flu Shots Work? Ask A Vaccine Manufacturer.

Why Didn’t Flu Shots Work?

Vaccinations? Think again!

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The facts of these two great articles are from Dr Mercola’s website. They provide evidence concerning the new so called “vaccine against the swine flue”.

The ingredients, the dangers and many opinions from scientists…

Also read What to do If You Are Forced to Take Swine Flu Shot

“The United States is set to receive as many as 600 million doses of swine flu vaccine, enough for 300 million Americans. Health care workers are one of four “top priority” groups that stand to receive the swine flu vaccine first (the other three are pregnant women, children with chronic More >

How Heavy Metals Harm

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Some of them such cobalt, copper, manganese are required in small amounts but generally accumulation of Heavy Metals as a whole can lead to a number of serious illnesses because of their extremely toxic effects. There are some heavy metals which have no known vital or beneficial effect on organisms such as mercury , lead, cadmium, aluminum, arsenic etc.

There are hundreds of sources of these metals and if someone realize them he will assume that he cannot touch or eat a wide range of materials or foods correspondingly.

It’s not exactly like that of course. There are indeed sources More >

Smoking may speed progress of multiple sclerosis

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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients who smoke have a speedier progression of the disease, a new study in the Archives of Neurology suggests.

Dr. Alberto Ascherio of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston and his colleagues also found that smokers with MS were more likely to have the progressive form of the disease, in which symptoms steadily get worse, rather than the relapsing-remitting form, in which a person has MS symptoms intermittently.

“Most of the adverse effects were seen for current smokers, which in some way is good news because it suggests that

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