- June 4, 2015 at 10:06 am #171429
Angel29ParticipantTopics: 56Replies: 101
Has anyone removed their mercury fillings in their teeth and has it helped improve Candida symptoms, or anything else??June 4, 2015 at 11:38 am #171430
Because amalgam fillings have no measurable effect on any physical or physiological function, or on the levels of any substance anywhere in the body, removing them will not make a difference.
Some people will report a difference though. This can be explained in two ways.
One is the placebo effect. If you undergo a treatment which you believe will help, then you will actually feel better – regardless of the effectivity of the treatment.
The other is the fact that people who choose one treatment will often change multiple things at the same time. This may include other treatments, or a change in life style. Thus, a seemingly small change like starting to use your bicycle to go to work may result in a big improvement, which is falsely attributed to the effectless removal of amalgams.
In summary, having your fillings removed might help. But any effect has nothing to do with having your fillings removed.
June 5, 2015 at 3:24 pm #171431
ThomasJoel2ParticipantTopics: 9Replies: 375
Has anyone removed their mercury fillings in their teeth and has it helped improve Candida symptoms, or anything else??
Yes, lots of people have. Search for testimonies online. Here are some threads from this forum for you to check out:
This site is a gold mine as well: http://www.livingnetwork.co.za/chelationnetwork/chelation-the-andy-cutler-protocol/June 6, 2015 at 2:59 am #171432
There are “testimonies” online. This illustrates the problem: these “testimonies” can only be found online.
Such “testimonies” are unconfirmed. They do not appear in scientific papers or in other scientific publications. They are personal beliefs, personal convictions.
Some people are really, truely, honestly convinced that their situation improved after having their fillings replaced. That’s what you read in their “testimonies”. Unfortunately, though having your fillings removed might actually help, any improvement occurs for reasons that are unrelated to the removal of the fillings – refer to my previous post for details. In reality, no-one has ever been able to show any causal correlation between removal of fillings and health improvement.
Removing your fillings is less risky than undergoing chelation, but it’s still an unnecessary treatment. At best, it damages your wealth.
June 15, 2015 at 8:14 am #171449
oasispjParticipantTopics: 1Replies: 5
I had mine out and all that happened was lost one of teeth that was worked on. This was 4 years ago and I am still suffering with the same symptons, but the candida diet seems to control them.June 20, 2015 at 5:21 am #171473
Thanks for sharing your experience, oasispj!
Frankly, your results were to be expected. Removal of fillings does not change anything whatsoever (except for the filling of your wallet). It only puts your teeth in danger (as you experienced). That’s because replacing a filling necessarily means that some of the remaining healthy tooth material has to be removed – which makes the tooth weaker, possibly resulting in the loss of that tooth.
It’s unfortunate that most people are too embarrassed to admit that nothing changed after having their fillings replaced. That makes it even better that you have the courage to share your experience.
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