Wednesday, February 4, 2015

A Toxic Metal use in Dyes for MRI Testing Stays with You Forever

Dr. Joe Hickey has demonstrated that Gadolinium, a toxic heavy metal that is administered as a contrast material for most MRI’s to sharpen the images, stays with the patient indefinitely if not treated.  Gadolinium acts similarly to lead, mercury, and arsenic to increase the risk of chronic degenerative diseases over years of exposure.  To find out if you have a toxic residue of Gadolinium, ask your integrative physician to do a challenge test with EDTA.  The treatment is chelation therapy.

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