CAUTION! Dental Work Could Set Off a Time Bomb in Your Body!

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Hal A. Huggings, DDS, MS: Everybody's chemistryis going to be affected, but some of us have better genes, more resistance thanothers. There is a test that we're doing now called the ApoE enzymes, and youinherit one from mother and one from daddy. And if you've got an ApoE-2, youhave two chemicals out here that can take mercury and dispose of it. And ifyou're an ApoE-3, you have one chemical that takes mercury and the other onejust kind of doesn't do anything. So this is reasonable, but if you are a 4-4,your hands are tied behind your back. You do not have the built-in mechanism toget rid of mercury. These people should not go into dentistry. They should notbe dental assistants. And if they're really interested in health, theyshouldn't have amalgam placed in their mouth at all, the 50% mercury.

With the new high copper amalgam that came outin '76, 50 times more mercury comes out. So does that explain why MS jumped upto 123,000? Does that explain why Lou Gherig's disease . . . does that explainwhy diabetes started up? Does that explain why we started seeing a lot moreLeprosy? Hey, that's a disease from 2,000 years ago. Uh-huh. We see thebacterium for that, and we'll just conservatively say, double digits in theroot canals. In other words, more than 10% of the time. But does that giveeverybody Leprosy? No, the trigger has to be there. And the trigger is one ofthe other dental materials. Which one? We're in the process of trying to findout, but there are a lot of dental materials. There are 20 different metalsthat are used in dentistry. Most of them are toxic, and if they cause a triggerto set off a gene in the bacteria that's just been sitting there enjoying thesmorgasbord of our blood stream coming by, all of a sudden, they're active and theyare producing toxins. They are stressing our immune system.

And our immune system goes along for so long andthen . . . Most of the people that I have talked with over the last 42 yearsthat we've been working in this field, in particular, were fine the week beforesomething happened. You know, it's like a heart attack. How long in advance doyou know you're going to have a heart attack? About that long, maybe. Yeah.Well, a lot of these diseases, they may sneak up on you, but when they get you,it's like being tackled in football. Hey, you're down right now. And therecomes a time at which your defenses get overcome by the bacterial offensesworking in conjunction with the other dental materials. And if you thrownutrition into that . . . when I was a kid there were 5,000 things sold in thegrocery store that were called food. No. 5,000? I think there were 500. Becausetoday there are well over 5,000.

How many new plants and animals have beendiscovered in the last 50 years? Not too many, not that many. And there are alot of things from the nutritional standpoint and from the supplementstandpoint that are touted very heavily. That, "Hey, here is the magiccure." Very few people actually do blood tests to prove whether it worksor not. And that's all I do is look at blood tests and see what changes things.And sometimes, some of these companies will do a whole string of blood testsand they'll find one that does what they want to. So that's what they presentto the FDA. And the others that went the wrong direction, where's the carpet?



Dr. Hal Huggins discusses how many dental materials may set off otherwise dormant bacteria in your body. He also mentions a number of diseases that could result. Dr. Huggins also discusses a new test that helps explain why some people are more prone to these dental materials than others.

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