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.

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

Metal

Pre

Post

% Inc.

Pb

.34 mg/kg

1.56 mg/kg

over 450%

Fecal Metal Result

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Joshua Taylor
Joshua Taylor


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