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Juice recipe to detox body from metals?

Hi,
I am new to this forum and I believe in the power of nature to heal our bodies.

I have a teen child at home who was exposed to Titanium and Nickel during a dental surgery. Well, it appears these elements caused allergic reactions and an autoimmune disease (joint pains).

After watching 'Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead' by Joe Cross, I felt the inspiration and it was a wake up call. I bought a juicer and I am determined to use it to improve our quality of live.

QUESTION: Is there a recipe to detox our bodies from metals (fruits and vegetables) to incorporate in a juice extract?

Thanks for reading and for your help!
 
  omarrod on 2014-03-10
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
During the surgery, did any of these metals
get used or are in an implant in the body?

Dental implants are made out of titanium-some people
are allergic.

Before any detox you should read this book.
The body stores toxins in safe places such as
fat tissue. When toxins start to be released they
have to go thru the eliminatory organs. If the
eliminatory organs are not strong enough to handle
the toxins then a person will be in much worse shape.

This is not a simple thing. Read this book before
you do anything. Google it and you can even
work by email with the author Dr. Joe Rozencwaig an
Md/homeopath/acupuncturist who lives in New Zealand.

You can read part of the book online-
'Organotherapy, Drainage-Dextoxification'
 
simone717 6 years ago

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