gather professionals searching for a better way to help their patients. One exciting part of the conference was the Medical Minds Summit, where professionals from all over the world were brought together to discuss the future of medicine.
The major takeaway was that the chronic disease that our people and planet are dealing with needs to addressed immediately as our planet is toxically changing and many aspects of health in humans and animals are being affected. With all the glyphosate in our food chain and all the chemicals being fed to us and our animals we may be on a course of death to so many. Zachary Bush provided statistics and information about how climate change will be causing more illness and death. It is time to react and try to help prevent any further climate change. There is great fear that it is already too late. Some of the numbers were staggering on the amount of chemicals put into our waterways, our land and even into our homes. There has been an increase of 536% of pancreatic cancer. We are so toxic and it is passed on to babies through the placenta and their mothers’ breast milk.
During the conference, Dr. Stuart Nunnaley, one of the dentists featured in the documentary Root Cause, presented some serious human cases including paralysis from an infected root canal. Please watch the documentary at https://rootcausemovie.com/ It is so worth watching the movie if you know anyone who has root canals. Doing a root canal in a dog or cat should be the last thing any caring veterinarian should do. You cannot tell if the tooth is infected; sometimes the infection can only be detected with a cone x-ray, which is 3D. This is rare to find that in any human dental clinic. Without the 3D x-ray you could be missing a lot; since the root canal is about ¼ mile long in tubules and the little files they have are about two inches, there is so much chance for infection to remain and be undetected. Problems from root canals include cancer, ALS, chronic fatigue and heart attacks.
We had two full days of Veterinary Medical Ozone, during which I participated in the first Veterinary Medical Summit. The Summit included international and national participants through an internet connection. Questions from the audience and from all over the world led to discussions of techniques and dosages. This interaction needs to continue to push the progress of medical ozone therapy around the world.
animals’ food, vaccines, flea and tick control and medical care. The hope is that the podcast will be aired all over the U.S. to give people some knowledge about the many alternative options that are available. A lot was covered on medical ozone and MicroBiome Restorative Therapy (“MBRT”).