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angelighte
Thursday, September 4, 2008, 5:06am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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Yes - Ill wait for him to get back to me and hopefully he can suggest some safe dentists in Perth.


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Do you have a naturopath that can suggest a reasonably local holistic dentist.  My naturopath is a wealth of info and I ask her about SO many things  


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I've been working with a holistic dentist on my metal "issues"... I've never been more furious with a health practitioner than I've been with my previous dentist. All of the crowns I paid dearly for have metal bases!!!     Further examination shows that they really don't "fit" well either...   (that one is for the bill!)

My brother and his wife both had their regular dentist remove amalgams, but she didn't take extra precautions. Both of them ingested large quatities of the metals in the process. Both have been suffering since from rashes, especially my brother. He itched for over 6 months before it started to come back under control. Not one to go to the doc, he itched so bad he's seen 3 specialists! The only plausible explaination for both of them is the dental work.

The dentist should put a "dam" around the tooth, blocking the throat. They should also provide a breathing apparatus. Without both, you will breathe in the vaporized metals as they are drilled out.

I wish I could have it all out RIGHT NOW.... but it's too expensive.
Ah well......  




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I think I have between 8-10 to do.
AB was it expensive?
The dentist I want to see is a specialist with it.
I am happy to do two at a time or whatever the dentist suggests.


Yes, very expensive.  And our health insurance doesn't cover it.  Only way I could do it is because my Grandma gave me some money.  Talk about spoiled.  Of course I would've rather spent it on something frivolous.  Hehehhehehhehehhe.  Whatever.

If I was you, I wouldn't obsess over it.  I'd follow the diet as closely as I could, cut out ALL processed sugar and goodies, like cake and ice cream and chocolate bars.  Things none of us are supposed to have anyways.  And gluten, wheat.  From there, you can decide which fruits you want to try, and etc.  I also know that I did a protocol last year given to my by my ND that helped a bunch.  It was Capryl oil, bentonite magma, a probiotic, and psyllium powder.  It killed it pretty good.  But also Dr.D's intrinsa and larch powder are probably a good idea too.  Intinsa has caprylic acid and butyric acid which I believe kills it too.  I take intrinsa now and fire tree bark tea, and trying to take something called candidase.  Which is nothing more than a bunch of enzymes.  And I take a probiotic.  

I think I said all this already, so sorry for repeating myself.  Obiously you'll have to decide what works for you.  But I can understand the overwhelming feeling of wanting to kill it and kill it fast, and not knowing exactly how to do it.


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Maldo I am very interested in knowing more about your story and please message me here or private message - whatever you wish and I will look up the website you mention.


I can add another few comments based on my experience.

I read a lot of medical literature/ research  at the time and got from that a strong suggestion that you should remove any metal from the mouth before trying to deal with candida or gut issues.   The logic being that yeast overgrowth was a natural body response to toxicity.   ie. the candida occurred so that it could mop up foreign toxins floating around, by binding to them and carry them out.

The strong suggestion was deal with the metal first before trying to fix the gut or any other health issues.   (unfortunately I did it the other way around and seriously attacked the candida first and was in sorry state - nausea, poor balance and eye sight not so good)

The other main point I picked up from the literature was that post removal can be a tough time emotionally, but lasts no longer than a month usually.    So just to make sure you try and prepare to be easy on yourself after removal and have some support.

I had about 12 or 14 amalgam filings removed over 2 days.   The dentist I had in the UK was very experienced with amalgam replacement (it was virtually all he did), and had all the equipment for ventilation and disposal...

Am happy to help out further if you have any questions etc...


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Wow.  So....how to come up with thousands of $$$ to have that done.......   Liquid chlorophyll helps us in the candida realm.


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Its a tough one.   I couldnt earn or make money at the time given the condition I was in so it had to be done.   Even so I had to use my money and time and have faith it was the right direction


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Well, I got to thinking about all this.  My Mom struggled with a lot of these problems and overcame alot with BTD and now GTD.  She says she feels better than she has in years and has for the last year or so, and she still has her old amalgams in.  I don't know how many, but she has some.

I'm just giving my experience.  I know there are differing opinions on the matter.  And I'm not saying I'm right.  I'm just saying what I know and have been told.  I only have like 4 left.  Which is good.  Either way I'd like them out someday.  My wife had the foresight to use the white stuff when she had the few cavaties she did.


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Epicurious has a cooking website with a recipe search engine that you can customize your search to eliminate certain foods and ingredients.
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Epicurious has a cooking website with a recipe search engine that you can customize your search to eliminate certain foods and ingredients.


Thanks, Moonsglowseven.  Welcome to the board!


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moonglowseven,
welcome to the forum!

have you visited our recipe central?
hope you find lots of recipes you can tweak according to your needs!
http://www.dadamo.com/typebase4/recipes.htm


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great extensive tips post for an 'O with candida' you put together there PT!!!

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