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The objective of detoxification is to remove toxic metals from the body and restore proper functioning of the autonomic nervous system and the organs affected by it. Detoxification is done in phases over time to protect the body and allow rest and healing. A multiple strategy approach is used depending on the patient's needs and desires which may include:
• Safe mercury removal
• Oral chelation
• Nutritional supplementation
• Rejuvenation and detoxification therapies
• Organ rehabilitation and/or support
The body's weakest area is most likely to develop the problem first. Because the mercury toxins can travel either by way of the blood stream or by nerve pathways, one person may develop bleeding gums and bowel problems and another severe asthma or bronchitis. A third person may experience concentration difficulties, sleep disturbances, hearing loss, and dizziness, and still others will have extreme fatigue, lack of initiative, and clumsiness. Mercury can interfere with virtually any process of any organ of the body. Removal of mercury must be done by a caring professional who will take all precautions to protect you from further exposure.
Nourishment to the body is provided through high-grade nutritional supplements, herbs, and IV therapy, while therapeutic massage is given, all to calm and nourish the body while the detox is slowly taking place. Get Additional Information on Detoxification Here
Diet and Chronic Disease
Poor diet is a major contributor to the leading causes of chronic disease and death in the United States, including coronary heart disease, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, and stroke.  In addition, recent data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey show that more than 30% of adults in the United States are obese and that the prevalence of overweight and obesity combined is approximately 70%.  Lifestyle factors, especially healthy dietary practices that influence these trends, have a low level of adherence. Although it is true that the obesity and chronic disease epidemics have complicated origins, the contribution of our current society's easy access to highly processed foods and low consumption of fresh and whole foods cannot be overemphasized. At the turn of the millennium, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance Survey showed that less than 25% of Americans consumed the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables and equally few were as physically active as was recommended. More recent studies have not shown much improvement in the low prevalence of healthy lifestyle practices. [3,4]
In spite of this low level of adherence, a survey of adults in the United States showed that only one third reported receiving dietary advice from a physician on increasing consumption of fruits and vegetables. Moreover, studies have shown that clinicians' knowledge and counseling about healthy diets are lacking. [6,7] In the recent past, numerous diets have been developed to combat weight gain and other disease risk factors, with varying degrees of evidence to show benefit. This article highlights 2 diets, each of which has a robust body of supporting literature: the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet and the Mediterranean diet