Peripheral Neuropathy— Assessing Chronic Low-Grade Mercury Toxicity And Functional Musculoskeletal Lesions

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Jené Andrea Carter, MD; Sachi M. Desai, MS, DO(c); Jessica Probst, PT, DPT, MTC; Mikhail Kogan, MD from October, 2019 Integrative Medicine, A Clinician’s Journal Introduction: Mercury is a toxic metal that exists in elemental, inorganic, and organic states. Humans are exposed to mercury through industrial sources, consumption of seafood,Read …

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Naked Mole Rat, “You are My Detox Hero,” by Kara Fitzgerald, ND

There’s no disputing naked mole rats are hideous. They’re beady-eyed, hairless, with massive protruding front teeth. They are so ugly we didn’t want to post their picture on our site for fear of scaring and permanently scarring our readers. But there is a lot we can learn about DETOX from NMRs, says Kara Fitzgerald ND, a speaker at the upcoming DETOX Summit. For instance, “they live forever, feel no pain, and they don’t get cancer,” she says.

CASE STUDY: Nutritional Aspects of Detoxification in Clinical Practice

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In this case study, John Cline, MD discusses the nutritional aspects of detoxification, a vital cellular task that, if lacking, can lead to early morbidity and mortality. The process of detoxification involves the mobilization, biotransformation, and elimination of toxicants of exogenous and endogenous origin. This case study, published in AlternativeRead …

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