SHOCKING: Doctor exposes the truth about breast implants

How can we use natural remedies to bring divine healing into our lives? Dr. Josh Ax recently joined Relatable to answer that question. On the show, Dr. Ax discusses everything from breast implant disease to red light therapy.

Dr. Ax begins by explaining the difference between functional medicine and conventional medicine using the example of a patient with high blood pressure. While conventional medicine prescribes statins to lower blood pressure, functional medicine seeks to address the root causes of elevated blood pressure through diet, supplements, and lifestyle modifications.

When asked about breast implant disease, Dr. Ax begins by explaining what implants actually are.

“Let’s start with what we put in our bodies. We’re putting silicone, which is like a combination of rubber and plastic. Implants are made of fossil fuels or certain chemicals. is.”

He goes on to explain how chemicals from the implant enter a woman’s body.

“If a rupture occurs, it’s like a huge amount of chemicals are released into the body. There were recently published studies that… show that [having breast implants] Increased risk of autoimmune diseases by 6-8 times. ”

Dr. Ax says this can cause rashes, joint pain, hormonal changes, hair thinning, and more. He says that when women have their implants removed, about 75 percent of the time, all symptoms resolve within a year after removal.

Dr. Ax also highlights how stress can affect your fertility and overall health.

“One thing many people don’t realize is that different emotions affect different organ systems. For example, high blood pressure is actually closely related to anxiety, and when you’re anxious, your blood pressure increases. We know that it starts to rise and it affects your adrenal glands. Your body starts producing more cortisol and stress hormones.”

“I once had a patient who was divorced and grieved for years, and then developed an autoimmune disease.”

In the full episode linked below, Dr. Ax also discusses treatments for hypothyroidism, detoxification through birth control, and provides general dietary and supplement advice for natural healing. Masu. Notably, he also emphasizes the need for faith in the healing process.

“I’m not trying to be a healer… God is a healer. I’m not trying to be that person for you. In comparison, a doctor with a God complex There are a lot of them. It’s pretty prevalent.”

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