Hair Analysis will identify the toxicity hiding in your brain and body. Perhaps you are hosting “Cadmium”. Even low readings on a hair analysis is a reliable indicator that a person has more of the metal inside. Sometimes Cadmium might not be revealed on early hair tests because the metal is so deeply buried and requires time to uncover and dislodge from the storage sites.
Cadmium is among the most toxic of the heavy metals. It is a common metal found in cigarette smoke, tap water, coffee, some processed and refined foods such as hydrogenated oils, and in foods from the sea, especially shellfish of all kinds. It is found in marijuana, and in cigarette papers.
Cadmium is involved in all of the major diseases of our time, including cancer, diabetes, arthritic syndromes, heart disease, kidney disease, and others. In males, Cadmium easily replaces zinc in the testicles and prostate gland and the toxicity is associated with impotence,
For women, Cadmium toxicity makes them more sexual but it also makes them more like a macho man with difficulties in monogamous, close relationships and less in touch with their true, deep feminine nature.
The average half life of cadmium in the human body is 27 years. This means that cadmium does not tend to leave the body very much on its own but when a person pursues a Nutritional Balancing program which includes Sauna Therapy, Cadmium will slowly be eliminated, leading to many health benefits.
“Dr. Lawrence Wilson has written an excellent book, “Sauna Therapy,” which is the best resource I have read to date on sauna use. As a nutritional consultant, Wilson recommends not spending more than 20 minutes in a near-infrared lamp sauna unless you’re also on a nutritional balancing program. The reason for this is because the near-infrared can produce profound changes in your body chemistry. While most of these changes will be beneficial, if you have very unbalanced mineral ratios you could potentially worsen the problem. For men considering this regimen, I would caution them to protect their testes by holding an ice pack near their scrotum while they are in the sauna, as the testes weren’t designed for these types of high temperatures and there are some reports of impaired fertility in men who use sauna regularly.”
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