Anja Gatzweiler, Naturopath, Willich
Today I am going to talk about new discoveries on the background to heavy metal contamination and heavy metal intolerance in patients. I am keen to pass on this information as it marks a significant step forward in the diagnosis and therapy system, one which patients gladly accept.
ne which patients gladly accept. Two years ago I had the good fortune to make the acquaintance of a genetic researcher. The biologist's remarks during a conference on chelates immediately aroused my interest. He was reporting on the problems and implications of the heavy metals that are everywhere around us. We absorb these with our food and also when we breathe. Unfortunately patients today still have a wealth of dental metal in their mouths. This is not a problem in itself as we have an endogenous system for breaking down heavy metals — the enzymes of glutathione S-transferase which are found in the liver and make these metals water-soluble. It also br...