I had a phone appointment with my holistic doctor today to go over my heavy metals lab work. Surprisingly, my aluminum and mercury levels are lower than expected (myabe the little bit of GI Detox supplement I took got rid of some?). Arsenic is also low, but lead is high, as is copper, manganese, and zinc. Calcium is also on the high side, despite my significant lack of dairy aside from butter and cheese.I asked her about the Advanced TRS detox supplement, which has been recommended by some people on FB for those wanting to detox from vaccines. She said I could use it if I wanted, but recommended trying to get some more information from the company first as there's not very much on their website. She also recommended a different detox formula that she uses called ACZ Nano Zeolite, and said I'm free to look into that one as well.
She told me about low dose naltrexone for autoimmune disease healing, which sounds like something I need! She said it helps the immune system calm down after attacking itself and might help me with my blood sugar control and thyroid balance.
She even asked me when my last vaccine was. "I don't remember, but I know I got them as a kid. I have been doing research on them for the past two years and am now firmly against them."
"Good, don't get any," she said.
My heart literally leapt for joy after hearing her say that. Doctors like her are so few and far between. She asked if we were still planning on having kids, and I said yes, just trying to figure out finances. She totally echoed my own sentiments on the matter, saying that we would never be financially ready and that we should trust God because He will provide. She said to let her know when I'm pregnant and she and the other ladies in the office will be praying for us. I am so beyond blessed to have her on my health care team. They have been nothing but encouraging, supportive, and affirming in my choices and beyond instrumental in helping me get my health back on track. I cannot praise Nan, Kirby, Megan, and all the others at Seasons Wellness enough.