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#Fascianista Ep 02 – ALL About Mercury Testing, Finding the Right Doctor, Blood Test Results, Enlarged Spleen?

By September 26, 2019Uncategorized

My hope is this information serves you in some way. This one is long, but I share some really important information about testing for mercury. In my experience the last year and a half, most doctors, phlebotomists, labs and clinicians don’t know much about mercury or how to test for it in broad spectrum with accuracy. 

I share a shocking discovery about the Mayo Clinic’s view of mercury. Honestly, what I discovered is so mind blowing it makes me 100% distrustful of anything the Mayo Clinic says or does and I will never consult them again for medically accurate data. 

Watch this episode if you’re interested in:

  • Mercury poisoning, testing accurately and detox
  • How to find a good doctor
  • Blood test results
  • Connecting symptoms and personal experience to clinical data
  • Honoring the body’s timing, honoring your soul’s timing
  • Following my healing journey including the nitty gritty details

SNEAK PEAK about what’s coming in this series:

Sometime in the next few episodes I’ll share my own trauma story, what I’ve done to heal from that trauma, what worked for me and didn’t work for me and how all of this is impacting my health now; nervous system patterns – you’ll get an in depth look at some of mine, and what I’m doing to rewire myself; you’ll find out who I end up working with and why, and get to follow along with that process of detox and restoring my body’s CO2 levels, white blood monocytes, spleen health and ability to engage in fitness routines again. Plus, we’ll show you my fascia release routines and at home Kinetix sessions with Stefan. 

Want me to cover something specific not listed above? Like – I’ve considered adding a “cooking show” element to this channel, because a not so public love of mine is food, nutrition and healthy/delicious cooking. Share your requests below!

Thank you so much for watching. I hope you learned something, and if you are struggling with mercury testing/detox PLEASE comment below so I can support you to the best of my ability. This is such a passionate issue for me. 

Want the full blog posts about my mercury poisoning/testing back in 2018? Click below:
PART I: https://mobilitymastery.com/mercury-poisoning-not-a-fish-story/
PART II: https://mobilitymastery.com/what-the-frack-mercury-poisoning-and-industrial-pollution/

#Fascianista Episode One: https://mobilitymastery.com/fascianista-ep01-toxicity-detoxing-and-finding-the-right-doctors/

One Comment

  • Claire Beach. says:

    I missed this one some how and just catching up. Iv’e had to take a break so am way behind on the course. Anyway. Wow Elisha you have a lot to contend with. I think it’s good for your subscribers so see your vulnerable side and that we don’t often have all the answers and need help from else where. When anyone talks about detox I immediately think of fasting. Knowing my body I don’t think this is something I could do or want to do unless there was no alternative. Not because I like my food too much but I feel faint when I’m hungry. It’s that low blood pressure feeling like your’e going to faint. The person you saw who said, she didn’t think you’d dealt with your past trauma. Obviously didn’t listen or understand you. When I dealt with my trauma in my teens it came back to me when I was bed bound with my back i felt helpless and hopeless. It was a real surprise to have it again. I spoke to a friend about it and that helped it go again. It’s a natural thing when you really look at it, that when a huge trauma happens you go through a process. It’s not scary if it happens again because we have had it before and we have had to go through so much to get past it maybe years in some cases that all the hard work has been done and it’s using your emotional intelligence to process it and move it out. Doctors. What can I say. I have a good one now but my past experiences have been so negative……. “what do you expect me to do for you” “You’ll just have to put up with it. “Don’t you think the problems could be in your mind” I lost count how many times people said that to me. My Doctor made me see a psychiatrist. I thought at last some one will listen to me, understand whats going on and find me help. “don’t you think the problems could me in your mind” His reply. At this point I felt suicidal . I had a follow up appointment with him and he had students with him. He was an arrogant bugger and was showing off in front of them and he said again. Don’t you think the problems could be in your mind. At this point I visible got angry and said I was an amateur athlete, trained everyday. Coached children and adults different sports and now my life is laying in bed in chronic pain, because a car knocked me off my bike. The students asked what actually happened and ware more interested in my story than the “top” psychiatrist in Cardiff. I complained to another Doctor that my Doctor wasn’t taking me seriously enough and was treating me like a time waster . Next time I saw my own Doctor, he recorded everything I said. So much for confidentiality. Like yourself with your different tests, I took int upon myself to rule out certain things. The one that gave me great pleasure was a female gynecologist I’d seen her before as we were having troubling conceiving. Now it was never going to happen as I had the accident shortly after. She looked at my lower spine after looking inside and said you haven’t got a gynecalogical problem causing your pain but it’s clear to me just looking at your lower back that you definitely have a back problem. This went on for years, so I understand the frustration. A diagnosis is as good as the person you see.Talking about diagnosis. One person said to me why is it so important for you to have a diagnosis. for f—- sake. when I went to see yet another back specialist all private, I saw a physio who had seen me at a rehabilitation centre. she said, not you again.

    and walked away. She thought I was a time waster. I could go on but Iv;e share my experience of Doctors. All the best with this new Doctor.

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