THE EFFECTS OF LEAD ON…
Cardiovascular Disease, Renal Disease, Hypertension, Osteoporosis, Dental Caries, Fetal Exposure, Hyperactivity, Learning Disabilities & More
- The sources of lead poisoning.
- How it is historically and chemically linked to current health issues.
- Scientific studies, the cost and social impact of lead in our society.
- Diagnosis, testing, and treatment options.
- Chelation and Chelating Agents.
- Supportive Nutritional, Preventative and Holistic therapy options.
- Case Studies: history, early symptoms, measuring lead and interpreting lab data.
- “Get the Lead Out”
THE EFFECTS OF LEAD
Lead effects on Heart Disease, Renal Disease, Learning Disabilities, and more by Dr. John Gannage, MD
The forgotten metal, the cousin of Mercury, which has caused a lot of illness since 1920, and even before that, in Roman times, is Lead. 90% of the lead placed in the atmosphere since the 1920’s came from the burning of gasoline. Most of the estimated 7 million tons of lead burned in gasoline remains in the soil, hair and water, and in the bodies of living organisms. Unlike carcinogens like pesticides, most chemicals, waste oils, and radioactive materials, lead does not break down over time. 700,000 Canadians suffer from Coronary Artery Disease. Heart Disease is still the most common disease. Chelation therapy is a treatment where I can make an impact as a physician.
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- Dr John Gannage MD
Dr. John Gannage graduated from University of Toronto medical school in 1990 and completed his residency at the University of Ottawa. He has obtained two diplomas in Homeopathy. Dr. Gannage is medical director of Markham Integrative Medicine, where he has been administering Chelation Therapy since 1999 and emphasizing prevention and treatment of chronic disease through nutrition, drainage, detoxification and reduction of oxidative stress, while addressing the underlying cause of disease.