Removal of Mercury fillings leads to better health?

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In a study at the University of Bergen in Norway, researchers looked at the effect of removing mercury amalgam fillings for a group of people.  While the sample size is very small, it does provide an insight into what mercury fillings may be doing to our bodies.  The test group reported better health after the fillings were removed compared to the control group (who didn’t have amalgam fillings).

At the very least, this study shows we need bigger studies in this area.

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