Are Toxic Metals Inside of You?

Dr. Max Gerson had summarized that the underlying cause of all disease is two things: toxicity and deficiency.
Now, without referring to a health textbook, or even having a background in biology, does that statement make sense to you? Does it speak to your commonsense or intuitiveness about the right nature of things?
Throughout ancient times, philosophers and great thinkers alike have valued the concept of balance. Aristotle had talked about the Golden Mean, where virtue is found between the extremes of excess and deficiency. Confucius talked about the Doctrine of the Mean, which represented moderation and objectivity as a guiding principle to life. Buddha spoke of the Middle Way, which is living between the extremes of self-indulgence and self-mortification to lead to Nirvana.
Our physical health works the same way. We are already in touch with this concept–if we sleep too little we might get a headache. If we eat too much in one sitting, we feel nauseous. But you have to look even deeper…
Billions of cells are working in your body right now, working in harmony. But are they really? How do you know? Because you feel ok?
Like the straw breaking the camel’s back, our physical health works the same way. Disease, illness, or malaise doesn’t happen overnight. Today, we live in an unprecedented time of toxicity. Mercury, lead, cadmium, aluminum, arsenic, and nickel are all present in our cells today.
And although their amounts are miniscule, in the sophisticated biological harmony that our body tries to sustain, they are nails on the road. They can puncture, and wreak havoc on our wheels.
For example: magnesium is needed for over 300 chemical reactions in our body. That’s why it’s related to so many things such as blood pressure, mood, bone health, and blood sugar. If magnesium is even slightly deficient, our body will snatch toxic metals to take its place reducing the reaction to as low as 10% of its normal rate.
Do you wish you felt less anxious, more energetic, less depressed, or less overweight? Your toxic metals could be in the way.

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