Environmental Medicine focuses on understanding how environmental factors influence our health and behavior. It’s the diagnosis, prevention, and the treatment of biological, chemical, and toxin exposures by lowering the total toxic burden on the body through multiple depurations (cleansing), detoxification, and chelation therapy protocols.
The various human adipose issue from U.S. residents has revealed 700 chemical contaminants that haven’t been chemically identified while more than 80,000+ chemicals and toxins have been developed, distributed, and discarded into the environment over the past 50 years.
The majority of these have not been tested for potential toxic effects in humans and some of these chemical contaminants are frequently found in the job, at home, in the outdoors, in our foods, in our air, in our water, and even in utero which contributes to human disease. With environmental medicine, it is never a question if you are toxic, but it is a question of how toxic.