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Victoria
Thursday, January 25, 2007, 3:31am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I know that some of you have completed the removal of all your dental mercury.  (Congratulations!)  I have two giant ones, two medium ones and one small one left.  In two weeks, the little one will be removed, and I will continue until they are all out of my mouth.

I am wondering if any of you have noticed an increase in your energy level, or if you have seen a lessening of fatigue after the mercury has been removed.

Are there other benefits which you have noticed from getting them out?



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I surely can't answer but am hoping for the best. One of my two 'biggies' (out of three total) is coming out Monday. The others will take some time, I'm afraid....

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Hi Victoria!!

I can relate to this subject.. My bp dropped by 20 points when all my amalgam was removed.. Energy went way up!!!!

Please take extra chlorella once you start removing... Chlorella binds the heavy metals in the intestines.. Do take it for a long period..

Wish you lived in EU I could easily send you some of the superduper chlorella I buy from my supplier!! So cheap and sooo good and pure!!

If you want me to send you some, please let me know!!  

Take care and good luck with your removal...  

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I was going to start a thread something like this... I have found out mercury fillings are very bad in this forum and every since I want to get them removed, I have so many 9 or so.. it will take some time and money to get rid of them.. I feel extreme fatigue past 3 months, blood tests shows that I have mono EBV virus, which makes you tired for a while, also I think I have candida ( I have learned this in this forum also).. So, yeah I have extreme fatigue could be related to mono, or candida or mercury fillings or all.. When I get those filling removed I can tell for sure if mercury was the issue or not, I am not doing anything for candida yet, I just don't have energy to deal with this now...

What is chlorella?
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Hi Ozlem!

I quote a text from the website of Ron Fonteine.

Chlorella is a seaweed and is the strongest source of chlorofyl nature has in stock.
It is no medicine, no supplement, it is a high quality green dried food.
The power of Chlorofyl (the green substance in plants!) has been known for ages. That is why greens are so healthy and animals eat mainly grass and leaves in nature.
Chlorella is awesome for your skin, immunesystem and promotes bowelmovements.

Research has shown that most of the iron (ferro) present in red meat cannot be absorped by your body (so true for A's, but not for O's ). The nonabsorpbable ferro is transformed in harmful substances that can damage the intestinal lining.
Chlorofyl and also calcium inhibit these harmful actions of the ferro.

More and more Dutch people discover the power of Chlorella. This 100% phyto product puts the foodworld upside down. The weird part is that chlorella was already discovered by a Dutch scientist in 1890 and as per the 1950 available on the Japanese market and only here in EU knows to a small group.
Today more than 5 million Japanese people use chlorella as an addition to their daily foods. Also Koreans are familiar with this nutritious food.

Spirulina was already known to consumers. Chlorella is much more powerful than Spirulina.  Spirulina has an advantage for O's it contains iodine, great for O's.

Chlorella is the first food(supp) I notice it has effect in my body!!! My bowels react to it!! Amazing stuff!!!   And that is what I want for my patients, a highquality food, and at a cheap price.. Better!!

Cocky

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Thank you for the info. I will look for this in HFS..
Dr. D has any info about that?
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Ozlem

In the Harmoniapowder NAP markets, is also Chlorella present: 1500 mg.

Cocky

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does Dr D mention anything on amalgam fillings and the possible effects of mercury, in the fatigue book?

I haven t had a chance to read it yet, this is why I m asking.

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From “Great Life” Sept. 1999

“Chlorella:
Single-Celled
Miracle Food

Chlorella is another ancient algae; it’s thought to have existed for more than two million years. Yet modern science did not discover it until the late 1800’s. These tiny, Green, single-celled algae are the richest source of chlorophyll on the planet, providing an amazing 170 to 300 mg per 3.5-ounce serving. Chlorella is 50 to 60 percent protein and contains vitamins, minerals, fiber, all eight essential amino acids and the nucleic acids DNA and RNA. In 1987, the medical journal “Artery” published a study showing that chlorella lowered cholesterol because of its high omega-3 fatty acid content. Chlorella is also a powerful chelating agent, which means it binds to toxic substances and skillfully escorts them out of the body. And something known as the chlorella growth factor (CGF), unique to chlorella, strengthens the immune system by stimulating production of white blood cells that kill bacteria and viruses.

http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archivec/config.pl?read=111937


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Lola, I've just checked and no, he doesn't.
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interesting..........thanks a lot for checking that for me, Rochelle!


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Hey Lola  

Thanks for the research on Chlorella... Woww!!! Awesome stuff..

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ha, Victoria, it's now more than 15 years that I've got em removed....I just  forgot  it ......
not true at all- have had serious nervpains  in my face,head and around my neck....after a week off those bloody things...nothing anymore; muchmore energy, not that -feeling anymore, it was a feeling likewise tension in my mouth and yaws....yech ....and because there were several different kind of metals...ykes like a form of voltage sometimes in my mouth and a very metallic taste
one week after of the complete removals- I got sick for two day, detoxed for a while and since...I feel good .....but ya know....no chance for us as being the royals was just only a time wasting usury...because they have to leave me anyway
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thank you Cocky, for your research!
mine was only dug out from the old boards!
yours is more updated!  lol


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I wonder if Chlorella can give you side effects? The other day I was in HFS and lady made me try something which she uses and makes her energic made me nauses all day long, I regret trying...

Also, I have read Fatigue book, yes it is not there, I wonder why Dr. D didn't mentione it?
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Chlorella is a powerful detoxifier and if a person is very toxic, large doses of chlorella in the beginning can sometimes be felt as nausea or like you have the flu.  It never happened like that with me, but I started out with only a small dose and worked up gradually until now I eat 1/2 tsp/day in my smoothies.  I will increase the dose when the dental work commences.  Thanks for the reminder Cocky and for the information, Lola.  Chlorella is one of my very favorite supplement/super foods!  

Ozlem, if you try samples at the HFS, please read the ingredients.  Sometimes there are avoids in things that we would never suspect.

Lloyd,
I'll be thinking of you on Monday.  Hope you don't have to wait too long for the others.  If you're like me, it's a matter of ca$h flow!  



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Isa,
Good to hear from you!!    I'm glad you no longer have those face pains, yuk!  That sounds horrible.  The dental work is so important and yet so expensive and so frustrating also, as we experience the results of mistakes that we have made in the past!



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Quoted from Victoria

Lloyd,
I'll be thinking of you on Monday.  Hope you don't have to wait too long for the others.  If you're like me, it's a matter of ca$h flow!  


My Dentist and I have a great relationship - Neither one of us wants to see the other any more than can be helped, yet we are happy to see each other when we do. Since I have ca$h problems and he 'floats' me, optional work does not get done.

Thanks 4 the thought.
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You're fortunate to have a dentist that will work with your financial needs, Lloyd.  I had that kind of dentist for about 15 years and I was able to make monthly payments to him.  Unfortunately, he was filling my teeth with mercury the whole time!



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Well, I guess I'm finally coming to grips with the necessity of the amalgum removal...  Isa's post was deja vu for me...  I have sore spots around my head and I can't keep my TMJ in place, which also causes a tremendous amount of pain... I do a tremendous amount of massage, but I just can't keep up with the tension, etc...  and the taste; yech...  

I guess I better find a mercury-free dentist soon and find out how 'spensive it's gonna be.

Thanks for all the input!


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A lot of the expense depends on if you are just replacing fillings or if you are converting giant fillings to crowns, which is what most of mine have been.  



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AB- confrère Joe I only get tension in my yaws now.....if I wanna bite somebody .....just for fun .....orrr because I can't stand those errors anymore
normally I am more prone to be haptic; but sometimes it arrive to me to get those envies
and btw...the thema of tension its *ours*   !!!!!!  Try to go for relaxing techniques-means autogenes training nach Schulze, that works for me today amazingly.....even at the dentist's chair.....


@ Victoria..... my mouth became *one superbe * crown ......not one of my teeth is not treated or repaired......thatswhy I am that tired because ther's no chance to get
em back or saved ......fillings...crowns....all the *beauties* of the oczident

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Quoted from Victoria
I know that some of you have completed the removal of all your dental mercury.  (Congratulations!) ...

I am wondering if any of you have noticed an increase in your energy level, or if you have seen a lessening of fatigue after the mercury has been removed.

Are there other benefits which you have noticed from getting them out?

It has only been a few weeks for me since I have had all my mercury fillings removed. So far the improvement is subtle and is not consistent from day to day.

I think my sinuses are better. I also have been having more days where I don't feel as fatigued, although still not normal energy. I also sense a little more positive spirit. Hopefully, I will continue to improve in the coming weeks and months.


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I'm following in your footsteps MoDon-ji!    I'm convinced that until I get all of these out of my mouth, it's going to be a constant struggle with this deep fatigue.

The adrenals take a lot of time to recover, and I believe you will continue to improve.  Hopefully you are also getting plenty of rest and sleep and getting in bed early enough to work with your biological clock.



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Victoria, I can't blame here  myselve for faults I didn't commit in the past ....all about our nonniehood .....and some different techniques of some european countries in different dental treatings and yessss there's nobody for looking in my youth about my healthconcerns; adults were merely disturbed by such things  and were also more afraid to see the dentist, that I was....so no right for good teeth for children at this time .....
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I couldn't tell you how many (countless) bars of candy I ate in a day, as I was growing up.  My mother was deeply imprinted by the depression and the deprivation her family went through.  When she had us children, her sense of security was based upon a full stock of food, and freely being able to eat whatever whe wanted (and couldn't have when she was young).

My dad bought her a clothes dryer to make her life easier.  She continued to hang clothes to dry, outside in the summer and in the attic in the winter.  The dryer was used as a candy stash.  Many times a day, that dryer door was opened and the sound of candy wrappers could be heard.  This was all of us!  We brushed our teeth in the morning and before bed, but none of us heard of rinsing after eating or flossing!  What was that?

Isa you are right about non-secretors.  We don't have the help from our secretions to protect our teeth and gums from bacteria.  My dental care is superb now, and I've learned a lot of things that I can do, but I don't have many untreated teeth left.  



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