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Dentist Huggins has led the fight to alert the public and health professionals to the dangers of using mercury in the amalgams used to fill teeth. Here he describes his battle with the American Dental Association and the results of his research studies. After explaining mercury toxicity, he describes such conditions as neurological and immunological diseases that can result from this toxicity. His discussion also includes the diagnosis of mercury toxicity and the pros and cons of having mercury amalgam fillings removed. He indicates that there are often no definitive answers in the diagnostic process and that the final proof of mercury toxicity is whether the patient feels better when mercury fillings are removed. A useful if very detailed look at a continuing health controversy. Karen Graves
Dr. Hal Huggins received his DDS from the University of Nebraska. Since 1962, Dr. Huggins has practiced general dentistry with an emphasis on nutrition. In 1973, he became involved in the study of mercury toxicity ad its impact on human health. Through the course of his investigation of the mechanisms of toxicity as they relate to autoimmune diseases, Dr. Huggins earned a master of science from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.
In 1983, he began a full-time practice devoted to diagnosing and planning treatment for patients suffering from mercury toxicity. He is currently a consultant worldwide for multi-disciplined centers and founder of the Multi-Discipline Alliance of professionals who practice the Huggins Protocol for recovery from autoimmune diseases.
This book is responsible for the awareness that the mercury in silver amalgam fillings can cause many health problems. Read morePublished 14 days ago by William Rasmussen
Wished that he covered crowns and root canals more. I can understand removing amalgams from your body, but I do not understand root canals and crowns as well. Read morePublished 19 days ago by P Oberg
Its a very 'Good Read', and will likely cause you to re-think the current norm for dental care! WHY would anyone deliberately store a known neuro-toxin in your mouth, just 3... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Brian Brousseau
If you want to be healthy starting with your mouth is a good place to start. Read the book, find some qualified dentists, ask questions then decide which office knows what they... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cindy L.
Great book. My wife bought this for me under her account. After removing all my mercury fillings as part of my Alzheimer’s treatment, my Alzheimer's stabilized.Published 2 months ago by Steven Chin
Why is this information not known by our doctors and medical personnel. I have never questioned a dentist when they preformed work on my teeth - I just trusted whatever they did... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Shirley Coyne