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Dr Bill McGraw is a research scientist with a long history of working in many different fields. He holds three different degrees from three different universities. He currently works as a naturopathic doctor in Panama, curing people from chronic disease using Rife technology, heavy metal detox and nutritional therapies, while also teaching organic aquaculture classes, conducting aquaculture research and publishing articles on diverse topics such as Rife Technology, aquaculture, heavy metal detox, coral reefs, GMOs, forever chemicals, graphene oxide, glyphosate, aluminum and mercury toxicity. He has published two books on heavy metals and over 50 articles during the last three years. He combines his work in naturopathic medicine, organic aquaculture and the environment by teaching and living the motto "Let Food and Water be Thy Medicine". Links to all his books, articles and podcasts can be found on his website,

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Health Seminar by Dr. Bill McGraw

Microplastics, Toxicity and Detox

April 26, 2022

11 am to 1 pm EST

Internet - Zoom Program, $25

Here is more information on the areas of focus:

Plastic debris accumulating in great amounts has been a topic covered in the news for decades. What is widely referred to continually as a floating mass of plastic garbage in the Pacific Ocean, the “size of Texas”, is now bigger, and some sources estimate that 88% of the surface of the ocean is littered with plastic. The most common items responsible are plastic bottles, straws, single use plastic bags, food wrappers and cups and plates. About 8 million tons of the 400 million tons of plastic manufactured every year gets dumped into the oceans of our planet continually, resulting in killing over 1 million marine animals. Most of the plastic debris found floating around in the open ocean has been manufactured decades ago, while most of the new plastics stay near the shore for years. Some plastics get colonized by various marine organisms and sink to the bottom of the ocean.

Plastics don’t degrade and only get broken down into smaller pieces less than 5 mm in size, ending up almost everywhere, including in at least 1/3 of all fish caught for consumption. Microplastics can now be found in artic snow and throughout the terrestrial environment, and yes even in the human body. It has been reported that 80% of all microplastics are found on land and end up in a variety of different types of food including fruits, vegetables and honey and of course in our drinking water.

Nanoplastics (less than 0.001 mm) have been measured in the blood of 17 out of 22 people sampled according to a recent published study. At least half of the microplastics found in the blood were from water bottles, 1/3 were from food packaging and another 1/5 were from plastic bags.

Nanoplastics increase oxidative stress in the human body, attach to red blood cells and create inflammation while increasing blood clots and limiting the amount of oxygen our blood can carry. These health problems are the same ones that heavy metals, spike proteins, graphene oxide and glyphosate cause, which is resulting in the increase of heart attacks and strokes currently happening all over the world. Nanoplastics have also been found in most organs of the human body including the brain, which has been linked to the development of cancer.

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