Heavy Metals

Medical Rewind – August 21, 2017

Posted on Nov 20, 2017 in Chronic Disease, Heavy Metals

Depression, Anti-depressants, Infections in Pregnancy, and much more! If you missed Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell, be sure to go to www.MedicalRewind.com to listen to the show replay.   .. More Doctors and Scientists Now Agree: Depression Is a Physical Illness  For those looking for a way out of depression, recent research offers a totally different approach than is what is being offered by most doctors and psychiatrists. It centers around the findings in a host of new research which suggests that many cases of depression may be physical in nature,...

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Aluminum salts in deodorants caused CANCER, and Switzerland may be the first nation in the world to BAN them

Posted on Nov 16, 2017 in Health & Wellness, Heavy Metals

Switzerland is slated to become the first country to ban deodorants that contain aluminum salts. This, following results of a 2016 study indicating that the toxic chemicals may play a role in breast cancer onset. The country’s National Council voted 126 to 58 in favor of approving a bill instructing the Federal Council to consider banning aluminum salts from being used in antiperspirant. The measure also urges that Federal Council to commission research that would prove a causal relationship between deodorant use and increased breast cancer risk. Aluminum salts are the active ingredients...

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Medical Rewind – August 14, 2017

Posted on Nov 13, 2017 in Environment, Heavy Metals, Vaccines

Mercury, Vaccine Exemptions, Aluminum in Deoderants, and much more! If you missed Medical Rewind with Dr. Rashid A. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell, be sure to go to www.MedicalRewind.com to listen to the show replay.   .. Your old dental fillings probably contain mercury — are they dangerous? Dating back at least to the 1980s, experts have debated the safety of metal “amalgam” cavity fillings, which contain a mixture of metals like silver, copper, nickel and—most alarmingly—mercury. The American Dental Association (ADA) has long taken the position that mercury in these amalgam fillings is...

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The Global Epidemic of Mercury Toxicity and Autism

Posted on Nov 8, 2017 in Autism, Heavy Metals

The Interwoven Global Epidemics of Mercury Toxicity and Autism by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. World Mercury Project In nature, toxic metals generally are bound with other elements rather than being present in their pure form. However, with the advent of large-scale industrial processes to extract metals from naturally occurring compounds, humans let the genie out of the bottle, contributing significantly to the distribution of mercury, aluminum and other heavy metals in the environment. When released from nature’s semi-protective hold, these “invariably toxic” metals wreak havoc on living...

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Mercury and Lead: The Fallacy of “Safe” Levels

Posted on Oct 24, 2017 in Heavy Metals

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the July 31, 2017 Medical Rewind Show By Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. In our toxin-filled world, we often look to government agencies to tell us what levels of exposure we should consider safe or unsafe. If our exposure does not exceed an agency-determined threshold, we assume there is little cause for concern. How do regulatory agencies determine these thresholds? There is considerable evidence to suggest that safety limits are often arbitrary and do not accurately flag risks. A new study published in Environmental...

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Alarming report reveals nearly half of all Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime, yet no one talks about weed killer in the food supply

Posted on Sep 21, 2017 in Chronic Disease, Environment, Heavy Metals

Hear what Dr. Buttar and Robert Scott Bell have to say about this article on the June 26, 2017 Medical Rewind Show  A report by the Canadian Cancer Society revealed that nearly half of the general population may be diagnosed with certain types of cancer in their lifetime. Data from the Canadian Cancer Statistics annual report for 2017 showed that 49 percent of men and 45 percent of women were expected to develop cancer. These rates were significantly higher compared with last year’s report where 45 percent of men and 42 percent of women were likely to develop the disease. The report showed...

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