Dr. Michael Galitzer (papers)
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.
Galitzer, M. and Reminick, H. "A Study on the Efficacy of a Naturally Magnetized Water on Improving Kidney Function and Cell Stability", Explore! for the Professional, Prescott, AZ, Vol 10:4, 2001.
Introduction: Among the many functions demanded of water in sustaining the health and stability of a living organism is its role as a solvent, catalyst and transporter. For water to be effective in the body it must be able to hydrate and nourish cells and remove toxins. It must contain properties which react to the body's magnetic field. Water which is naturally formed with magnetic properties and free of any contamination will provide the body with the best opportunity to remain balanced and age more slowly.