Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 04:47.
Author(s): Dr. Michael Galitzer (papers), Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers), Dr. Howard Reminick, Dr Howard Rem Conditions: chemical toxicity, mercury Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
EFFECT OF NATURALLY MAGNETIZED WATER WITH IV-DMPS TREATMENT ON INCREASING MERCURY EXCRETION POST REMOVAL OF AMALGAM FILLINGS (2002)
Michael Galitzer, M.D., American Health Institute, Los Angeles, CA, Howard Reminick, Ph.D. and Yoshitaka Ohno, M.D., Ph.D., Ohno Institute on Water and Health, Cleveland, OH, Harold Ravins, D.D.S., Center for Holistic Dentistry, Los Angeles, CA.
The field of biological dentistry is rapidly gaining acceptance as an alternative to traditional, mainstream dentistry because of its sound health principles and practices, and attention to toxicology. Although it has made inroads among a more informed public, it still maintains the reputation as "new age" and controversial, due to the resistance from the established dental industry and the political pressure of the American Dental Association. Two controversial areas practiced in biological dentistry which draw criticism from mainstream dentists are removal of mercury amalgam fillings and chelation. With more and more studies under way to provide sound, scientific evidence on the value of these two practices, leaders in the field will soon be able to establish guidelines and policies, leading to its acceptance as an equal provider of mainstream dental care.
Submitted by staff on Sun, 2006-07-30 04:35.
Author(s): Dr Yoshitaka Ohno MD PhD (papers), Dr Michael Galitzer (papers), Dr Howard Reminick Ph.D. (papers) Conditions: mercury, detox Content type: Independent Research Groups: BioMagnetics
Effect of Naturally Magnetized Water on Increasing Mercury Excretion Post Removal of Amalgam Fillings and IV-DMPS Treatment (2002). Michael Galitzer, M.D., Howard Reminick, Ph.D.Harold Ravins, D.D.S., and Yoshitaka Ohno, M.D., Ph.D.
Introduction: Biological dentistry has long been a proponent of eliminating mercury in dental fillings, due to its extensive life of releasing high toxicity into the blood. Chelation is a highly effective procedure in removing mercury, as well as other heavy metals. The experimental treatment, Nariwa, a naturally magnetized water from Japan, has been studied for over five years and has been found to increase cell hydration, assimilation of nutrients into the cells, tissue detoxification and lower pH acidity. Previous uncontrolled trials with Nariwa water showed consistently higher mercury excretion levels than had previously been found after an IV-DMPS (di-mercaptopropane sulphonic acid) chelation treatment.