Toxicity and Health

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The longer I remain on this health journey, the more I realize that our story isn't just our story—it's everyone's. Toxicity is an issue that affects each one of us.

Dr. Thomas Levy is a board-certified cardiologist who now devotes himself to research and writing centering on the restoration or maintenance of good health in the face of the varying forms of toxicity. His dramatic improvement in health following a dental revision led him to write a book with leading mercury removal advocate, Dr. Hal Huggins. The book, Uninformed Consent: The Hidden Dangers in Dental Care, empowers individuals to take an active role in their health. In it, Dr. Levy writes:

I quickly realized after my dental revision was completed that low-grade symptomatology tends to be ignored. Unless you are frankly ill, you consider yourself to be well, especially when your chronically compromised state of "normalcy" is shared with you by most of the population.... High blood pressure, migraines, diabetes, and arthritis are commonly accepted by most people as the penalty to be paid for reaching their forties. If they can take a handful of drugs and feel well, then that will satisfy their notion of being in good health.

Nothing could be further from the truth. If you are on prescription medicines you are not well, even if you are holding most symptoms at bay. Dying in your seventies after spending the last twenty to thirty years of your life with one or more chronic diseases may be the pattern shared by the majority of the population, but it is not good health, and you do not have to settle for it.


Dr. Levy has written books about Vitamin C, nutrition, maintaining antioxidant balance, and much more. Click here to view his website.