by Joshua Taylor December 02, 2015

METAL-FREE™ is not intended as a treatment for any medical or mental health conditions, nor should its use to support functioning in patients that may have medical conditions be understood as a claim that METAL-FREE treats those conditions or that BodyHealth.com endorses the use of METAL-FREE to treat medical conditions. Patients who may have medical conditions should consult a physician and ensure that proper diagnosis and treatment.

METAL-FREE is a successful detox agent for heavy metals as shown by the following lab reports.

In this case report, the patient is a 49 year old female with amalgams removed in 1997. Shortly after this she was on a detoxification protocol using monthly I.V. DMPS, chlorella, cilantro and DMSA with antioxidant and mineral support. Another DMPS urine challenge in early June of 1999 showed mercury levels of 60 parts per billion on a reference range of 0 - 3. She had been unable to comply with her detox program because, she felt "bad all the time." Despite slightly elevated levels of arsenic and tin, the DMPS challenge did not indicate that any other metals were beyond the reference range.

We did a METAL-FREE challenge.

Stool levels for heavy metals is as follows:

Metal

Pre-challenge result (ppm)

Post-challenge result (ppm)

Increase

Reference Range (ppm)

Mercury

0.032

0.106

330%

< 0.05

Antimony

0.061

0.118

190%

< 0.08

Arsenic

3.87

6.6

170%

< 0.3

Beryllium

< dl

0.025

250%

< 0.009

Copper

40

300

750%

< 60

Nickel

8.3

18.6

220%

< 8

Uranium

0.066

0.302

450%

< 0.12


This patient shows elevated challenge levels of ALL the heavy metals shown. Huge amounts of arsenic! This arsenic did not show very elevated on the DMPS challenge.

It is noteworthy that throughout the study and thereafter, this patient reported no complaints or discomfort while doing the METAL-FREE treatment. Previously, she had stopped taking DMSA due to "feeling bad all the time." This may indicate that not only can METAL-FREE effectively remove heavy metals from the system, it is able to do so gently and without undue discomfort for the patient.

This case report is noteworthy for several reasons:

  1. METAL-FREE is well tolerated in metal toxic people. 
  2. METAL-FREE is highly effective and removing heavy metals  via the bowel
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Joshua Taylor
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