Constant bombardment by toxins in our environment over the years will cause disruption of normal body and metabolic functions. A slow “killing process” it may take years to realize and by then it is too late and the damage is done. The outcome is chronic and degenerative diseases.
From industrial runoff to air pollutants we breathe in passively to the harmful chemical products our food is exposed to, we are on a daily basis storing these minuscule doses until the cumulative effects can be health disrupting. These are pesticides, mercury (Hg), lead (Pb) and other heavy metals, PCPs and Dioxins to name a few.
Zimetry now offers simple non-invasive screening tests in the form of do-it-yourself kits to test yourself for heavy metal burden. And if there is evidence of exposures and levels that need Detoxing, we offer protocols to rid your body of these harmful elements.
Disorders Linked to Heavy Metal and Chemical Toxicity
The following is a list of the most common disorders found by independent research studies to be directly linked to toxic metals and chemicals:
-Attention Deficit Disorder -Alzheimer’s disease -Asthma
-Arthritis -Autism Spectrum disorders -Auto-immune disorders
-Candidiasis -Chronic Fatigue Syndrome -Epilepsy
-Fibromyalgia -Gulf War Syndrome -Hypertension
-Insomnia -Infertility -Kidney disease
-Liver disease -Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS) -Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
-Parkinson’s disease -Schizophrenia -Thyroid disorders
Signs and Symptoms of Metal and Chemical Toxicity
Heavy metal poisoning and chemical toxicity lead to the accumulation of toxins in our tissues and organs causing nutritional deficiencies, hormonal imbalances and the breakdown of the immune system, the central nervous system, and the organs of the body. This breakdown of bodily organs and systems will encourage numerous diseases and disorders (listed above) to take hold in the body.
If you experience one or more of the following, then it may be time to get tested.
-Frequent fatigue and low energy -Recurring headaches
-Chronic constipation -Flatulence, gas and bloating
-Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) -Protruding belly
-Powerful food cravings -Skin problems, rashes
-Excess weight -Food allergies
-Impaired digestion -Irritability, mood swings
-Frequent colds -Metallic taste in mouth
-Bad breath & foul-smelling stools
– JP Saleeby, MD
Chief Medical Officer