Epsideo 18: [Explained] Why Mercury Amalgam Fillings Are Harmful & What To Do About It

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Nowadays, it’s clear that mercury is harmful—so why are we still putting it in our bodies? This episode will answer that question and how mercury amalgam fillings contribute to chronic illness. After listening to this episode, you’ll understand the long-term impacts and how these fillings contribute to everything from skin problems to depression.

 

[Explained] Why Mercury Amalgam Fillings Are Harmful & What To Do About It

 

You might have mercury poisoning without even knowing it. 

 

Mercury amalgam fillings, used by dentists for over 100 years, are made up of half liquid mercury and half powdered alloy of silver, tin, and copper.

 

Nowadays, it’s clear that mercury is harmful—so why are we still putting it in our bodies? 

 

This episode will answer that question and how mercury amalgam fillings contribute to chronic illness.

 

After listening to this episode, you’ll understand the long-term impacts and how these fillings contribute to everything from skin problems to depression.

 

If you’ve been considering removing your mercury amalgam fillings but aren’t sure, this episode will help you get true clarity! 

 

Key Ideas:

 

  • Sinclair tells her personal story of overcoming issues related to Mercury Amalgam fillings.
  • Mental symptoms of mercury poisoning include anxiety, apathy, bipolar disorder, brain fog, depression, bulimia, and forgetfulness. 
  • Physical symptoms of mercury poisoning include dementia, digestion problems, developmental delays, cerebral palsy, autism, speech disorders, and stroke tremors. 
  • Why Candida in the gut might point to mercury poisoning. 
  • How teeth fillings are passed onto our children.
  • Tactics to remineralize the body.

 

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