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dvjorge wrote: You have no credibility for me less when your own posts demonstrate it. A person who says something in a post, and later , with the only idea of contradicting and to show as ” I know all ” say another thing, doesn’t have any value for me. I believe for many intelligent people in this forum you credibility is none. Your own posts say it.
Yet another post of you totally misquoting me. Why will you not post my quotes when you make these accusations? Never have I stated that mercury cannot be a problem during a Candida infestation. All I’ve posted are the facts and research which show that the removal of amalgams are unnecessary.
with the only idea of contradicting and to show as ” I know all “
Another false accusation. Show me where I’ve so much as insulated that I “know all” in these posts. All I’ve done is quote research papers and journals, and you consider this my way of saying I “know all”? It doesn’t take a genius, or even someone who thinks he’s a genius to post quotes from actual research, Jorge; anyone who can read could do the same thing.
Quote: “Mercury is outstanding among the global environmental pollutants of continuing concern. Especially in the last decade of the 20th century, environmental scientists, legislators, politicians and the public have become aware of mercury pollution in the global environment. It has often been suggested that anthropogenic emissions are leading to a general increase in mercury on local, regional, and global scales. Mercury is emitted into the atmosphere from a number of natural as well as anthropogenic sources.”
Source: GKSS-Forschungszentrum Geesthacht GmbH (Germany), 1998
Mercury is also found in our food sources. It’s one of those many unintended additions to products that we consume and apply to our body every day.
If mercury is the reason someone cannot cure a Candida infestation, how do you suggest we remove the constant environmental sources of mercury in order to cure the Candida? It seems that, with this continuous onslaught of mercury toxins in our environment, none of us could come to a cure, and even if removing amalgams would bring a cure, it would be useless considering these environment facts.