Klinghardt Neurotoxin Elimination Protocol
Neurotoxins are substances attracted to the mammalian nervous system. They are absorbed by nerve endings and travel inside the neuron to the cell body. On their way they disrupt vital functions of the nerve cell, such as axonal transport of nutrients, mitochondrial respiration and proper DNA transcription. The body is constantly trying to eliminate neurotoxins via the available exit routes: the liver, kidney, skin and exhaled air. Detox mechanisms include acetylation, sulfation, glucuronidation, oxidation and others. Often the host is triggered to produce neurotoxins (which are damaging to their own tissues) by the invading microbes through molecular trickery.
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Note: Dr. Klinghardt is a licensed physician who practises in
Europe and the United States. Please bear in mind that some of his
protocols are not applicable to be used in the United States.
lecture was presented by Dietrich Klinghardt M.D., Ph.D. at the Jean
Piaget Department at the University of Geneva, Switzerland Oct.2002 to
physicians and dentists from Europe, Israel, several Arab countries and