A day to remember. I had a heart seizure, collapsed to the floor, breaking three of my front teeth at the gum line: I had hit the corner of the table with my mouth. The remainder of August was spent between doctors, heart specialists, hospital tests and dentists doing root canals and rebuilding my teeth.
This went on for over six months, leaving me with a pacemaker fitted into my chest and a restored set of teeth, but nothing to smile at. I had lost 50 lbs. weight, my skin was hanging loose and I was feeling continuously tired and rundown: The many heart medications prescribed (six) did not appear to be make me feel well.June 14, 2000: My next day to remember: This was the day I phoned Dr. Martin. I explained what was happening and he suggested coming into his office the following week. I explained that the way I felt I might not live ‘til next week. He stayed behind the same day I phoned and gave me an examination including an ekg then recommended treatment. The treatment was chelation and a diet change plus some vitamins.While taking the chelation treatment I mentioned that I had been employed for several years at a plant that stored and shipped ore from mining. These ores were copper and lead; as well we handled sulfur, potash, methanol and a few other commodities.
Another test was called for: The results of which showed my body was way high in lead, mercury and arsenic, all of which led to my state of health; or more correctly ill-health. My chelation treatment was increased to rid my body of these heavy-metals plus an extra treatment for eradicating the mercury. Now, after several weeks of chelation plus the treatment for mercury, I am feeling ten years younger (I’m 66) my colour has come back, I’m eating and sleeping much better, and have way more energy.My hat goes off to Dr. Martin for taking me from someone who didn’t think he would live ‘til christmas to someone who’s looking forward to celebrating many many more.