Dr. Thomas Levy, MD joined us on the podcast.
He is a board-certified cardiologist more than 15 years and then began to research the enormous toxicity associated with much dental work. He wrote about its impact on heart disease and the impact of properly administered Vitamin C to neutralize this toxicity.
He is a prolific writer, having written 13 groundbreaking medical books. His latest book, Rapid Virus Recovery: No Need To Live In Fear, highlights the natural treatment for all viral infections, especially those contracted as respiratory illness.
Hydrogen peroxide is a common disinfectant that is easily found in many homes. We have used it to disinfect surfaces, wounds for a long time due to its effectiveness in eradicating bacteria and virus.
Respiratory infections are no exception. Viruses are highly susceptible to hydrogen peroxide, and that's where nebulized hydrogen peroxide comes in.
When using it for respiratory infections, hydrogen peroxide works by eradicating the pathogens in the autodigestive track and your lungs just the way it destroys pathogens in other surfaces.
Before anybody gets all worked up and wonders if this is safe, hydrogen peroxide is the third most naturally occurring molecule in your body after water and oxygen.
Okay, but what exactly is it?
It is water (H2O), added one molecule of oxygen (O) to have hydrogen peroxide (H2O2). It is produced in high amounts in the body as a storage form for oxygen.
When nebulized hydrogen peroxide is finished doing its work of killing pathogens, it breaks down to water and oxygen. Those are metabolic by-products that suffice to say that it is a cheap option to manage viral infections when used correctly and safely.
But, it has been used in different modalities all around the world to respond to various infections, including viral respiratory ones.
Without speculating on why such therapies are not mainstream, and people aren't ever told of these options available to them, we can only conclude that being cheap and readily accessible doesn't tick the right boxes.
"Whatever you choose to do, there are some good opportunities out there that don't require a prescription" Damon on the use of nebulized hydrogen peroxide on viral infections.
Switching away from respiratory infections, Dr. Levy has all done work researching and writing about the diseases that start with the mouth.
The large number of diseases that start and end with periodontitis or chronically infected gums is incredible. This is because once the teeth, gums, and jaw bone are infected, the pathogens can quickly disseminate to the body through swallowing.
Some of the solutions he recommends taking care of our oral health is not exclusively at the dentist. Options such as hydrogen peroxide and ozone therapy have been shown to have a positive impact.
"The quality of your health care is directly dependent on your initiative" Dr. Levy on why you should take charge of your health.
When it comes to your health, you are your own health advocate. Not everything that is recommended to you is good for you. You have to evaluate therapies with some degree of discernment and discrimination.
If a physician or a dentist is not patient enough to field your questions or address your concerns, then don’t just walk away from them; run!
You are in charge of your own health; your doctor is only there to help you along the way. Ultimately, it's your initiative to live healthily and pursue any wellness approach that helps you.
You can find his book Rapid Virus Recovery: No Need To Live In Fear here
Listen for more on the podcast here.
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