Can amalgam fillings increase the risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s & Multiple Sclerosis

Appearance:

These appear as black points at the edge of the layer, or as a dark shore or waves.

Cause & Interventions:

Strongly indicative of heavy metal toxicity, this can be from the environment (pollution, contaminated food, water or air, smoking and passive smoking) and also amalgams.

Points at the edge of the layer usually indicate the presence of lead and/or amalgams.

Dark waves deeper into the layer indicate that metals are being held in the fatty tissues, brain and nervous system, which is associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis (MS).

Symptoms

Possible symptoms include: Muscular pain and weakness, decreased cognitive function, poor memory and concentration, fatigue, sore/bleeding gums.

Recommendations:

Chelation therapy, chlorella, selenium, and have amalgams removed professionally or replaced with non metal alternatives.

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