Should I Replace My Amalgam Dental Fillings?

The European Commission has paved the way for a complete ban of amalgam dental fillings within the European Union. Canadian researchers found that breast cancer tissue biopsies contain a highly significant accumulation of heavy metals. Most noteworthy, according to observations made by the medical researcher, Yoshiaki Omura, MD, all cancer cells have mercury in them.

Mercury is the second most toxic substance on this planet. Dr. Omura’s concludes that one of the primary reasons cancer returns is because residual mercury reignites a pathological environment, which can happen even after surgery and chemotherapy radiation.

Alamgam Dental Fillings – Our Recommendations

Mercury and silver dental fillings are unhealthy. Furthermore, amalgam and dental fillings can release small amounts of mercury into the body when ingesting hot liquids. So, they should it is best to use a natural or bio-compatible material. Toxins from amalgam fillings affect the breast, lymph, and reproductive system. Consequently, it is imperative to have them replaced with a bio-compatible composite.

At the Budwig Center, we collaborate with a local dental clinic. They specialize in using natural materials for fillings. From day one of our cancer programs, we urge all our patients to remove their amalgam dental fillings. Hence, it is essential to seek out a competent biological dentist that will use the proper composite fillings, i.e., glass and plastic ionomers, and gold foil.

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