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Secrets about MRI Contrasts Drug Companies Don't Want you to Know

This definitive guide to MRI contrasts and their toxic side effects will provide you with clarity on the damage that gadolinium MRI contrasts can do inside your body and help you to target support towards your most vulnerable systems 

Ensuring the food you eat is exceptionally nutritious must be one of the most important things you can do for your health after an MRI contrast. It’s certainly a prime component of my own healing journey. But is this enough to help you combat some of the worst toxic effects of MRI contrasts? Find out in my new short guide, where I lift the lid on why supplements can provide additional support in reclaiming your health following MRI contrasts. 

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This guide will help you identify how gadolinium found in commonly used MRI contrasts can adversely affect your health. You’ll also get a glimpse into how you can use supplements to support your general health and reduce these side effects by targeting the following systems and more:

Connective Tissues

The glue that holds your body and organs together

Organs of Elimination

MRI contrasts are retained long term and damage your liver, kidneys and other organs

The organs that are responsible for helping your body eliminate toxins

Digestive System

Many people with gadolinium toxicity notice digestive problems

Hippocrates said “all disease begins in the gut”. This largely remains true. 

Mitochondria & Metabolism

Mitochondrial dysfunction and toxins

Mitochondria are like minuscule power generators inside your cells

Immune System

MRI contrasts damage your immune system and cause chronic inflammation

One of our most important lines of defence against, not just infections, but toxins too

Musculoskeletal system

Bone, joint and muscle pain is prevalent after MRI contrast

Portrait - Dr Catriona Walsh Nutrition and Lifestyle Coach with The Food Phoenix, expert in side effects from MRI contrasts

About the author

The Food Phoenix

Dr Catriona Walsh graduated in medicine from Cambridge University, England, and Queen’s University, Belfast. She is a practitioner with 15 years’ experience in the healthcare industry working as a paediatric doctor, eventually becoming a consultant with a specialist interest in childhood allergy.
About me

As a result of her own health challenges, she reevaluated her approach to healthcare. Now she adopts a more holistic way of treating people. Having left mainstream medicine to set up The Food Phoenix, she has dedicated herself to trying to improve the health of other people all around the world suffering from gadolinium toxicity. 

Her training in Nutrition and Lifestyle Coaching, through the Institute of Health Sciences, Dublin, provides the highest level nutrition coaching qualification available. This has allowed her to extend her expertise regarding the way that dietary and lifestyle changes can impact your health and wellbeing. 

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