Heavy Metal Excess
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Heavy metals occur both naturally and artificially in the environment around us. Modern industry, pollution and changes to our diet have significantly increased the amount of these metals we are exposed to on a regular basis.
Heavy metals, which include lead, cadmium, arsenic, mercury, nickel, aluminum and others are associated with some of the most common health conditions that we face today. When stored in the body, these metals can increase risk of cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, fatigue, osteoporosis, autoimmune disease, learning disabilities, brain degeneration, skin rashes, anemia, diabetes, liver damage and more. These metals contribute to many chronic diagnosed and even undiagnosed conditions that we see today. In our practice, we place great emphasis on the diagnosis and treatment of excess body burden and eliminating toxicity from heavy metals.