Author: <span>Stephen</span>

Online Appointments & Clinic Reopening Information

Its with great anticipation to advise that my UK clinic will be reopening in February 2022.

Since last working with clients in my clinic I’ve been book writing, researching during the pandemic and also consulting in the renowned Hightree Medical clinic in Sussex.

I’ve also had a couple of trips to Pakistan during the last 12 months, testing and treating the governor of Punjab as well as the former president of Pakistan in Lahore.

As mentioned I’ll be back in the UK for a period of time consulting testing, advising on a variety of health conditions and newly discovered medicines that restore energy, reduce inflammation and initiate the healing process better than ever before. Clinics to be held in Lincoln, Sheffield, Manchester & London.

If this sounds like it could be useful to you, keep the date in your diary ready and discover what my three years research has revealed about disease and mitochondria and what supplements, fasting and simple lifestyle changes are proven to reduce disease and increase longevity

In the meantime I’m offering online comprehensive consultations – you can contact me here

Mercury: Evidence Mounting for Autism and Alzheimer’s Disease

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Mercury’s role in health issues has been played down for decades but mounting evidence and a softening pro-amalgam attitude from Environmental officials, Government bodies and Dental associations are bringing about change via a whole spectrum of regulations.
The world’s governments, 140 of them, met recently (February 2009) to address the concerns to global health caused by high levels of mercury in fish and the environment.
Increases in environmental pollution from 1977-2002 have been 5 fold but even worse, 20 fold in the last 2 centuries, resulting in a 1000 fold increase of toxins in our oceans fish. The European Union countries and United States have now signed an agreement from 2011 and 2013, respectively not to export mercury from outside sources and to reduce mercury emissions. (1)
Crematoriums in Europe are now required to install selenium filters to their chimneys in order to absorb mercury emissions released from the mouths of deceased. In all, mercury leaking into the environment from industry, polluting our rivers and seas and poisoning our fish, is said to contribute up to 11% of the total human exposure. Fish tested worldwide are increasingly exceeding methyl mercury safe limits, and these so called safe limits are being reduced as new evidence emerges.
The major source of mercury exposure to humans though is said to be via amalgam fillings.

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