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Since producers use chicken feed laced with arsenic, which stimulates the chickens to eat incessantly, consumers ultimately wind up with high levels of arsenic.

Loss of Teeth Due to Arsenic Poisoning
from High Consumption of Chicken

Sarah was a 29 year-old female who was referred to my office by her dentist for evaluation and treatment of severe generalized bone loss and sudden loss of three molar teeth. Conventional, science-based medicine was not able to diagnose the patient's problem. Utilizing the latest technology of Quantum Testing Techniques, a diagnosis of arsenic poisoning was made and confirmed by a conventional, science-based blood test. The patient's health history recorded a high consumption of chicken in her diet. Since producers use chicken feed laced with arsenic, which stimulates the chickens to eat incessantly, consumers ultimately wind up with high levels of arsenic. The patient's diet was modified to eliminate chicken and consume more red meats, turkey, fish and vegetables. A nutritional regime was initiated to chelate out the arsenic and help rebuild the decalcified bone matrix. Within one month, the patient's bone density improved 70% with the intake of food based vitamins. It literally took two years of eating a comprehensive diet assisted with natural food based nutrients for the patient to regain her dental and physical health.




50% bone loss

X-ray — May 30, 2009
Exhibits a 50% bone loss.




30% bone 
 loss

X-ray —Jan 10, 2012
Reveals a 30% loss of bone the in upper right second molar.




severe bone loss

X-ray — Sept.17, 2012
Exhibits severe bone loss.




root aprex severe bone loss

X-ray — Sept. 17, 2012
Exhibits severe bone loss up and around the apex of the root.




arsenic in urine blood test

The urine test documents high arsenic levels which were first diagnosed with quantum energy testing techniques.