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Copper Toxicity & Fibromyalgia: A Report

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Is metal toxicity real? What's the research say? How do you confirm? Don't I need some expensive treatment? What benefits do I get from knowing this?

I've been at this medical practice thing a long time (28 years PLUS) and I can't tell you how many chronic migraine or severe fibromyalgia patients have come through my doors. I can help some of them a little, some a lot, but some I can't touch. I read a few papers, talked to some experts and an idea began to form (rare for me I guess). Most of these people looked like they were Chernobyl or Fukishima Survivors, with muscle wasting, horrible fatigue, trigger points and so forth. They looked "like death warmed over" as my mom says. So for the last year I've been circling back and looking at their copper levels (non-ceruloplasmin-bound copper levels called the NCC) easier to look at than other heavy metals, but still acts somewhat as a proxy for those other more wicked metals.

This approach, this book, is clearly not for everyone. Studies have shown that trigger points and fibro and vascular inflammation are all sometimes related to copper (NCC) levels being out of control.

This is real.

Many of my patients, these patients, who have high copper levels (NCC again) have gotten dramatically better when treated. The treatment is seriously cheap and so is the testing. The literature is fairly solid. Though it could be another metal but the treatment works pretty much for all metals.

There's hope! It makes me smile.

Who am I? My name is Dan Purser. I'm an MD. I care for people in a practice here in Utah I deal with complex wound and healing issues. I get all the strange cases. I've also had twelve #1 books online so I know a few things. I've also spoken all over the world. I have fans even in Borneo. Who knew? Have designed over 250 products for various companies, and most of those products my team manufactures or will. And practiced 28 years. That's who I am.

So if you have some of these problems: brain fog, chronic unexplained pain, fibromyalgia pain, chronic bad fatigue, trigger points, muscle wasting, late onset dementia in your family, and so forth should get this book.

It is not tied to MTHFR, but probably is potentially tied to other heavy metals.

This is information is not expensive. Being sick is.



The treatment is natural and cheap and either works incredibly well or does not.

I also give some reasons why I think this occurs.

It's not genetic in my opinion.

If in doubt buy it and you can always get your money back if it's not for you. No harm no foul.

This is just a little gem for those who have this problem or think they might.

Good luck.

˃˃˃ Diagnostic Approach To Heavy Metals And Copper Poisoning Detailed




Patient Examples

˃˃˃ Cause And Effect Discussed

Research Detailed

References Supplied

Theories Discussed

Reasons this occurs discussed

NCC explained (the formula you use0

˃˃˃ Patient Examples Shown And Detailed

Patients Discussed

Lab Examples Shown

Intracellular Examples of Copper & Zinc Testing Discussed

Serum Levels of Zinc & Copper Shown

Ceruloplasmin Tests Discussed

Non-Ceruloplasmin-Bound-Copper (NCC) Formula Discussed

NCC Examples and Testing and Quizzes Given

Treatment Protocols Explained and Detailed


Titel: Copper Toxicity & Fibromyalgia: A Report
EAN: 9781533759573
Digitaler Kopierschutz: Adobe-DRM
Format: E-Book (epub)
Hersteller: DP Publishing
Genre: Medizin
Veröffentlichung: 31.08.2016