In this case report, the patient was a 58-year-old female known to be mercury toxic from a DMPS challenge in June. Amalgam fillings were removed 2 months prior. This was a standard DMPS challenge run through Doctor's Data. Her levels were in the "very elevated" range.
In July we did a METAL-FREE Challenge and collected stools for heavy metals. METAL-FREE usually removes metals in the order of heaviest first: its priority is lead, thallium, mercury and so on.
A review of the patient's before and after stool showed that METAL-FREE increased the lead excretion by almost FIVE TIMES!
The METAL-FREE removed these metals safely and without side effects.
Sample Case Report #2
Fecal Metal Result
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Do you begrudgingly board the treadmill in the winter (well, we have all probably done that at some point…)? Is it a struggle to get out the door to run, cycle or walk?
I understand that it’s not easy to train every day - or be consistent with your workouts when the demands of family, work and life in general pile up. I get it.
What if you approached your training sessions differently? What if you approached them with a sense of gratitude? Maybe something like...
Yes! I get to go run for an hour today!
I had a lot riding on the next few months with a ton to do to get ready for the season. Tearing my Achilles was seriously not helping at all. I was effectively homeless, the van was unlivable, and I wasn’t going to be able to do any skills clinics or guided rides on which my income had become dependent. I stayed on my friend’s couch for two days before I quickly realized I wasn’t going to be able to recover there.
My beyond amazing dad ended up stepping up big time to help me out. He jumped on a plane from New Hampshire to California to help me fly home to recover because I could barely move at the time. Huge thanks to my dad for swooping in to save the day. What a guy!!!