Your Doctor Says Your Blood Tests Are Normal Yet You Still Have Issues; What is in ”Normal Range” and ” Perfect” are Very Far Apart – compare your blood markers now to Hal Huggins’ research
After many years of research Dr. Hal Huggins finds the perfect points in blood work. And being near this perfect point is necessary for real health. Compare yours to his.
Dr. Hal Huggins, is a welcomed and ongoing guest on The Morning Show with Patrick Timpone on One Radio Network. Many years ago he pioneered getting critical information out in open on the toxicity of mercury in all forms. Obviously, as a D.D.S. amalgam fillings is where his crusade began, and has continued and expanded for over forty years.
Armed with the work of Melvin Page as a foundation for his research with diet related to blood chemistry, and their relationship with dental and total health, Dr. Huggins consults clients world wide, tuning into their ancestral diet, supplementation and balancing blood chemistry.
He does not support amalgam fillings, toxic metals in the mouth, root canals, bone grafts, or dental implants; as his ongoing research shows all are quite hazardous to ones health.
On your blood tests you see a “Normal Range”. Dr. Huggins suggests most diseases happen in this “Normal Range.”
Dr. Huggins has looked at over 300,000 blood chemistry data points to refine (in clinical situations) the most ideal areas, (stability point), in a blood profile. Here are some of the ideal data points he uses in his work. Huggins says the “normal” range used by hospitals and laboratories has nothing to do with health, although that is the implication. “Normal” is a statistical word referring to two standard deviations from the mean, or , simply stated, 95.5% of the population under investigation. Most of the hospitalized patients are sick. Dr. Huggins continues, “Is this who you want to be compared with?”
The stability range is a very narrow range that is most often associated with healthy people with no amalgams, root canals, or other toxic materials in their mouths. Sometimes a “stability point” can be used to describe that point at which high levels stop dropping and low levels stop climbing. Slight variations from the “perfect point” do not mean disease. The stability point serves as a target for interpretation.
Below may be a starting point for you to see where you are in a moment in time with your own blood analysis*
Fasting Glucose 75
Triglycerides < 100
Uric Acid < 4.5
Total Protein 7.0
Bilirubin < 1.0
SGOT (AST) < 25
SGPT (ALT) < 50
Creatintine < 1.0
Red Blood Cells 5.0
Mean Corpuscular Vol. 90
*blood draw after ten hour fast while drinking your usual amount of water – especially before the blood draw.
Hal A. Huggins DDS, MS, is the world’s most controversial dentist because of his stand on trying to convince dentistry to stop the use of mercury in fillings. He has been in practice since 1962, fifty years. He received a post–doc Master’s at the University of Colorado with emphasis on immunology/toxicology in 1990. He successfully pioneered treatments for autoimmune diseases caused by dental toxins and has personally treated over 5,000 toxic patients.
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