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  • Dr Jon Veranese


Updated: Dec 29, 2019

There are more than 60 minerals in the body. Some are classified as major (calcium, magnesium, potassium, sodium, phosphorus, and sulphur ) with the body requiring larger amounts of them and others are minor or trace minerals (iron, zinc, copper, manganese, chromium, and selenium) where the body only requires minute amounts.

There is an ideal amount of each mineral that the body requires. An excess or deficiency can be equally damaging to the body’s equilibrium even if it is something that the body needs.

Teeth and bone are the storehouse for minerals in the body. When someone experiences problems with their teeth and bones there is an imbalance in minerals.

There are different types of mineral imbalances.

  1. A deficiency of something needed

  2. An excess of something needed.

  3. An excess of something toxic that creates 1 and or 2.

In many cases when the body is exposed to something toxic that is not natural to the body this can lead to imbalance in on or more of the minerals usually in the form of a deficiency.

The toxins include things like heavy metals (mercury, lead etc), chemicals (fluoride), pesticides, and solvents.

In the case of Mercury it influences Zinc and Selenium. In the case of Fluoride it influences Calcium.

There is another imbalance that I have discovered which goes a long way to explaining an anomaly in relation to the mineralisation of teeth. It is called the toxic mimic because the toxin mimics the effect of a mineral and its function.

The query is that while growing up with drinking fluoridated water, having fluoride treatments at the dental office and using a fluoridated toothpaste the person experienced no problems with decay. However stopping all of these avenues of fluoride exposure (water, dental office, and toothpaste) there was an increase in tooth decay.

The dental authorities would have you believe that this is evidence of the effectiveness of fluoride in prevention of tooth decay.

However those in the know are aware that the fluoride used in the dental industry is toxic to the human body, not in a form that can be used and can accumulate in the body with a potential for negative side effects- one of which is actually weakening of the bones and teeth.

Dental Fluorosis is evidence of an excess of fluoride.

In my experience as dentist exposing the teeth to Fluoride does not automatically confer immunity to tooth decay. Tooth Decay is associated with a diet that is deficient in minerals. In fact in Fluoridated areas it is common to see people with what is referred to as Fluoride bombs. The tooth is largely intact on the surface but presents with a darker colour or transparency. An X-ray will reveal a large cavity under the surface that when opened into to clean out most of the crown of the tooth has rotted, hence the term Fluoride bomb.

So why do we see this phenomenon of an increase in decay when coming off the fluoride?

It my contention that in some cases and in some individuals that the body knows that the fluoride is a toxin and despite its continual intake is able to reverse or change the coding that goes with it, to be supportive of mineralisation of the teeth without necessarily blocking any other potential side effects. This means that when the Fluoride exposure is stopped the deficiency is exposed. In other words the fluoride mimics the effect of another mineral e.g. Calcium by occupying its receptor site in the body. Hence the term toxic mimic.

To correct this anomaly it is necessary to balance the body to the reversal of coding associated with the element fluorine and upgrade the minerals that are designed naturally to create adequate organic mineralisation of the teeth including Magnesium, and Silica without any hidden or harmful side effects. I am having success using Kinesiology and vibrational healing remedies personalised to each case and client

For more information or to book in to see Dr Jon Veranese

Email or phone 0411031301 if you are in Australia.

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