The Use of Dental Almagam Fillings

The World Health Organization has come to the conclusion that a global ban on the use of amalgam will be problematic for economic and logistical reasons. So it has recommended a gradual decrease in the use of amalgam.

WHO Mercury and Health

A document published on the FDA website, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, describes the dangers of amalgam in an effort to encourage and persuade the head of the administration to ban the use of amalgam. The document specifically mentions amalgam as a cause of neurological diseases.

A review with an impressive scope (78 pages, about 500 references), on the FDA website, outlines the ways mercury from a dental source causes various chronic diseases.

Testimonials were given to the FDA on the harm caused by mercury from a dental source.

Studies on the toxicity of amalgam:

Review of 70 studies on toxicity of amalgam

Dental Amalgam Mercury Solutions

An information video explains several studies on the seepage of mercury from filling into the body. At minute 4:16 the video shows an experiment on monkeys. Fillings with mercury were marked with a radioactive isotope. Within about 30 days of the filings being inserted a significant accumulation of mercury in the kidneys, intestines, and other organs was demonstrated with the use of an MRI.

Whole-body imaging of the distribution of mercury released from dental fillings into monkey tissues.

Mercury detox, with and without infusion with chelating agent, here (H).

ApoE4 Information for Alzheimer’s, and Chronic Diseases Including PD

The Wiki page, Apoe4 offers a collection of resources and information that can help you prevent and address health problems related to APOE -ε4 allele. APOE, short for Apolipoprotein E, is both a protein and a gene. As a protein, ApoE is involved in the metabolism of fats (lipids) in the body and comes in different isoforms. In our modern environment, the ε4 allele of the gene confers a higher risk for Alzheimer’s disease and other medical conditions. It is possible to be tested to see if you carry the E4 gene which would mean you are more likely to develop Alzheimer’s, although many other factors also determine vulnerability to Alzheimer’s. E4 is also associated with other chronic diseases including dementia, brain disorders, high cholesterol, infectious diseases susceptibility, gallstones, and cardiovascular disease.

Source: ApoE4.Info Wiki

Vitamin D

#q
How much sun exposure is needed for vit D instead of supplements?

answer from https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/vitamin-d-from-sun#time-of-day

At noon, the sun is at its highest point, and its UVB rays are most intense. That means you need less time in the sun to make sufficient vitamin D (5Trusted Source).

Many studies also show that the body is most efficient at making vitamin D at noon (6Trusted Source7Trusted Source).

For example, in the UK, 13 minutes of midday sunlight exposure during summer three times per week is enough to maintain healthy levels among Caucasian adults (5Trusted Source).

Another study found that 30 minutes of midday summer sun exposure in Oslo, Norway was equivalent to consuming 10,000–20,000 IU of vitamin D (8Trusted Source).

The commonly recommended daily dose of vitamin D is 600 IU (15 mcg) (3).

does vit D cause calcification of arteries?
according to one articles, it could in some settings, not clear when, many other sources point out the benefits of vit d
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5986531/

Vitamin D is critical for brain health…

Autophagy

Although autophagy fails to degrade large protein aggregates once they are formed in the cytoplasm, drug-induced activation of autophagy is effective in preventing aggregate deposition, indicating that autophagy significantly contributes to the clearance of aggregate-prone proteins. The pivotal role of autophagy in the clearance of aggregate-prone proteins has been confirmed by a deductive approach using a brain-specific autophagy-ablated mouse model.

Abstract –

onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/mds.26477