Ep. 56 Interview Dr. Catriona Walsh and Mollie Brewer: MRI Contrast Agents Can Wreck Your Body - Quax Podcast
Dr Catriona Walsh helps people suffering from toxicity caused by MRI contrasts. Using diet, lifestyle and supplements, she helps them recover their health. Dr. Walsh is a graduate of Cambridge University, England, and Queen's University, Belfast. She practiced pediatric medicine for a decade and a half.
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Disclaimer: This is not medical advice.
I conducted 2 nail tests over the one year of taking NBMI. It took approximately 6 months to collect the required sample size for each test. The 1st test showed 15 metals elevated & out of range. The 2nd test only 1 metal remained high. Gadolinium had been reduced by 72%.
*The results are not indicative of total body burden or how much remains but, to me, they clearly show that NBMI is an incredible chelating agent. If NBMI did not directly lower all the previously elevated toxic metals, I believe it at least helped my body get to a place where it was able to help itself. I'll take the reduction however it happened. The fact that reductions happened across the board, with all but 1 metal remaining out of range (although it was also reduced by 66%), tells me this wasn't just normal “washing out” over time.
Crucial Considerations When Using NBMI:
The times I felt worse during this year:
*Highlighted metals on the first test PDF are metals that are found in the same minerals from which Gd is mined*