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Rapid Detox

October 7th, 2011 · No Comments

In the webinar (Link below), Dr. C.E. Gant explains why a significant and often overlooked cause of most common chronic medical and psychiatric problems, including drug addictions is toxicity or total toxic load (TTL). Even if TTL is recognized as an issue at all, few treatment centers offer a comprehensive strategy which individualizes the treatment to the unique genetic and biochemical status of each patient. Many approaches to TTL involve the use of one or a few long term therapies which can take years to complete, can often cost many 10s of thousands of dollars and at the end of treatment patients are often not sure if they have achieved results.

Over 100 million Americans are socially, vocationally, medically and/or psychiatrically disabled, and most don’t know why. Most are told that “illness just happens” and it’s the luck of the draw, or that their “symptoms are all in their head.” Like the metaphor of the frog which fails to jump out of a slowly heating pot of water and eventually boils to death, we have slowly become so desensitized to chronic emotional and physical pain, to feeling sick and tired and to dysfunctional behaviors, that many believe these endemic disabilities are normal.

Much of this disability is due to a TTL from the combined effects of heavy metals, plastics, solvents, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, preservatives, food additives, petrochemicals, fluorine, chlorine, gastrointestinal-, dental- and sinus-derived toxins, OTC and prescribed medications, abused psychotropic substances (e.g., alcohol, tobacco, illicit drugs), chronic infections (e.g., lyme) and other sources of toxins in the polluted modern age, not to mention electrosmog from cellphones and microwave cookers, all of which can be routinely uncovered by laboratory testing and other methods of determining sensitivities to these potentially noxious agents.

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