Heavy Metal and Chemical Detoxification
Beautification through Detoxification
The Trinfinity8 has a detox, lymph drainage, antiaging, skin rejuvenation, body toning weight loss program. It is definitely the cutting edge without the knife. The best part of this is it eliminates the subconscious blocks that cause weight to hang on. It releases the cause of the stress and programs that drive our sabotaging lifestyle choices.
Starting my career as a nurse, I watched as patients were prescribed medications and then sent home. It was unsettling to see what was happening. After 25 years of observing this type of medical treatment I realized there has to be a better system for me to survive. Their symptoms would go away for a short amount of time but soon afterwards they would be worsened or have adverse reactions to the medications.
So, I began my journey to find out how I could guide my patients to optimal wellness. Alternative attention that would allow all of us to become high on life again! It has been through many years of training in a variety of healing modalities that has allowed me to learn about the importance of releasing the cause.
The plain is simple and effective. Eliminate traumas, toxins and thought patterns that structure our world. By releasing these we can have endless vibrance and youthfulness.
What we don’t realize is that these emotions become stored in receptor sites, nerves and metabolic pathways. Each time we feel these emotions something is triggered inside and the body reacts by fighting back. These stored emotions start building up inside and eventually overflow. It could become a tension headache, backache, allergy, toothache and eventually illness and disease.
Each day we are also exposed to many environmental toxins that put a burden on our body.
Creating a healthier lifestyle is certainly within your reach.
We have seen regeneration and beautification through improved lymph flow, immune function, cardiovascular system, and balanced metabolism and hormones.
The Plan: Find and release subconscious programs that are disease producing. Establish a plan for vibrant living and health.
Resolve: Depression • Anxiety • Wrinkles • Cellulite • Allergies • Chronic Fatigue • Bloating • Loss of Memory • Poor Concentration • Brain Fog • Anger • Mood Swings • Twitching of Face and Muscles • Ringing in Ears • Skin Problems (Acne/Rashes/Eczema) • Nervousness • Insomnia • Frequent Colds or Flu • Muscle and Joint Pain • Headaches • Learning Disabilities and all others Techniques used: Body Talk, NMT, Emotional Transformation Therapy, Computerized Detox, Acupuncture & Injection Therapy-Trinfinity8
Heavy Metal Detoxification
The most common source of heavy metal toxicity is from dental amalgam fillings and other metal dental appliances. In 1989, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declared that amalgams are a hazardous substance under the Superfund law. Scrap dental amalgam was declared a hazardous waste in 1988 by the EPA. Outside of your mouth it has to be: 1. Stored in unbreakable, tightly sealed containers away from heat. 2. It is not to be touched. 3. Stored under liquid glycerine or photographic fixer solution. So, once it is taken out of the mouth it is toxic, but when it is placed in the teeth it is labeled "nontoxic." You can't throw it in the trash, bury it in the ground or put it in a landfill, but they say it's okay to put it in people's mouths. It sounds like truth decay!
Lead, mercury and cadmium exert most of their toxicity by destroying important proteins, many of which are enzymes, hormones, or cell receptors. Mercury will attach to sulfur amino acid building blocks in proteins. The sulfur amino acids are methionine, cysteine, and taurine. Sulfur is present in all proteins. Numerous enzymes require intact sulfur groups and many are inactivated by mercury.
Lead binds with the sulfur groups on proteins and inactivates them. Lead suppresses neuron clusters in the brain, hindering brain development in children by stunting the mapping of sensory nerves. One of the primary ways the body gets rid of metal compounds is through a pathway that goes from the liver into the bile where it is then transported to the small intestine and excreted in the feces. Inorganic mercury is complexed with glutathione in the bile, suggesting that glutathione status is a major consideration in the biliary secretion of mercury. This same pathway is affected by a mercury induced reduction of available taurine needed to produce bile acid (taurocholic acid). When the microflora of the intestine has been reduced through stress, poor diet, use of antibiotics and other drugs, fecal content of mercury is greatly reduced. Instead of being excreted in the feces, the mercury gets recirculated back to the liver. The person that is under stress, eating a poor diet, and/or taking antibiotics will tend to maintain a higher body burden of mercury derived from dietary sources--especially if they are eating diets high in fish.
Disposal of the body's burden of mercury is via the urine and feces, although minute amounts are detectable in expired air. Excretion via the liver occurs in bile and reabsorption of some of this mercury does take place. However, the kidney is equipped with an efficient, energy-dependant mechanism for disposing of metals such as mercury. Kidney tissue contains a thiol-rich protein called metallothionein
; exposure to toxic metals triggers the production of this protein which binds tightly to the metal, retaining it in the kidney tissue in a relatively harmless form. As long as the kidney's capacity for production of metallothionein is not overwhelmed, mercury excretion can eventually balance intake, thereby limiting worsening of symptoms. However, acute high doses of mercury, or an increase in the chronic dose level can readily precipitate renal failure, one of the classic symptoms of mercury poisoning.
Detoxification systems such as metallothionein, cytochrome P-450, and bile are adversely affected by mercury. Metallothionein binds toxic metals in the body to prepare them for excretion. Mercury ties up this material so it cannot clear out other metals such as lead, cadmium, and aluminum. Mercury from amalgam binds to -SH (sulfhydryl
) groups, which are used in almost every enzymatic process in the body. Mercury therefore has the potential to disturb all metabolic processes.
A small proportion of total body mercury is excreted in various forms directly in the urine without being bound to protein. In low dose, steady state conditions, such as the dentist who has worked at a similar exposure level for years, the urinary output very accurately reflects the total body burden and this is why urine monitoring is so important.