Mercury Effects on Blood Chemistry
Mercury has been shown to have the following effects on our blood chemistry:
- chemistry shifts due to the presence of dental mercury and other toxins were found in blood serum calcium, phosphorus, glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides
- changes in protein metabolism as seen in uric acid, B.U.N., total protein, albumin, globulin.
- changes in liver function as seen in bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase, SGOT, SGPT and LDH.
- changes in kidney function as seen in creatinine B.U.N. and urine microalbumin.
- changes in electrolyte balance as seen in sodium, potassium, chloride.
- changes in muscle degeneration as seen in Creatine phosphokinase (CPK).
- changes in cellular responses as measured in the red blood cell count, sedimentation rate, white blood cell count, differential of white blood cells and platelets.
- urine changes as seen in urine mercury, porphyrins (our energy sources) microalbumin and creatinine, pH and specific gravity.
- spinal taps: disappearance of abnormal proteins in the spinal fluid within less than 10 days of treatment - especially neurological diseases.
- changes in DNA from malignant to non-malignant due to the presence of nickel containing dental materials.
- changes in antibody titers, as in the antinuclear antibodies (ANA).
- changes in hormone activity - especially thyroid, estrogen, testosterone.
- changes in Vitamin B-12 and folic acid levels.
- changes in blood pressure, body temperature and pulse.
- changes in minerals as seen in hair analysis.