Rheumatoid Arthritis Causes - Is It Being Caused by These Common But Toxic Metals?
If you’ve been living with rheumatoid arthritis – the secret to understanding how to manage your rheumatoid may be found in toxins residing in your body.
Once you’ve read this article, you’ll understand the most hidden cause of rheumatoid arthrits and exactly a 3 step system to successfully treat and manage this disease.
Toxins in your daily life ==> rheumatoid arthritis
Our environment has become so contaminated with pollutants that everyday particles of different heavy metals easily pass into your system to invade you. Everyday contact with car exhaust fumes, nail polish, shampoos, and other household goods contribute daily to this invasion of heavy metals.
They join forces with other contaminants in our bedding, clothing and other manufactured goods to further destroy your health. It’s not an exaggeration to say we have been overloaded with toxins.
Not Just Any Toxins, But Heavy Metals
The most common toxins that will show up on a special screening test that Dr. Singer uses are the heavy metals, which comprise; lead, mercury, aluminum, antimony, arsenic, barium, beryllium, bismuth, bromine, cadmium, nickel, thallium, tin and uranium, to name a few.
Mercury is probably one of the best-known and one of the worst environmental poisons. If you currently have dental fillings from childhood, or eat a diet heavy in fish, you likely have high levels of mercury. Not just mercury, but time to “get the lead out”
Even after 30 years of banning lead paint, almost every day there is a news report about a product containing un-safe levels of lead, from children's toys to lipsticks.
Lead is one of the most commonly found metals that Dr. Singer often finds in his patients. And he has found that many times, rheumatoid arthritis can be treated successfully by removing this “root cause” of the disease – namely, the heavy metal poisoning.
So Exactly How Can Chelation Therapy Help?
Chelation Therapy (pronounced ke-lation) has been used continuously since it was introduced in the 1940s, specifically to treat lead poisoning.
When first used, it was noted that not only did the symptoms of lead poisoning abate but also problems related to the circulatory system such as heart attacks, angina and strokes also improved. It was also found to be able to remove other metals too.
Today's Chelation is an intravenous therapy which locates deposits of heavy metals that don't belong in the body and pulls them out, leaving the essential minerals that are the building blocks of a healthy body, in place.
What Happens During Chelation Therapy?
Patients are carefully evaluated before being considered suitable for chelation therapy, which involves the administration of EDTA (Ethylene-diamine-tetra-acetic acid) via an intravenous drip over a number of sessions.
EDTA is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (AFDA) for the treatment of heavy metal poisoning, and is considered safe and routinely used for that purpose.
So what should you do now?
Here is Dr. Singer’s 3-step system to finding the root cause of your rheumatoid arthritis:
STEP 1: Get a consult with Dr. Singer
Dr. Singer will go over your medical history in great detail and determine what are the factors causing your chronic disease
STEP 2: Get Tested
Based on his initial consult with you, Dr. Singer will recommend an extensive and thorough laboratory test that will determine the current levels of heavy metals in your body, and evaluate if indeed those levels are a cause of your disease.
STEP 3: Get Treated
Dr. Singer will personally devise a treatment plan that will aim to rid your body of these harmful toxins, and by doing so will help treat the underlying CAUSE of the disease, not just the symptoms. Learn more on his chelation therapy page.
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