The Klinghardt Principles
Klinghardt Principle #1: for each unresolved psycho-emotional conflict there is an aliquot of toxic material stored in the body
Klinghardt Principle #2: For each equivalent of stored toxins there is an equal amount of pathogenic microorganisms in the body (Milieu theory of Bechamp)
Klinghardt Principle #3: The Iceberg Healing Paradigm
Klinghardt Principle #4: The more electrons a toxic metal has lost, the firmer it is bound in the tissue and the harder it is to mobilize
Klinghardt Principle #5: When making the diagnosis of metal toxicity, all tissues need to be considered
Klinghardt Principle #6 Any area where the body is injured or inflamed attracts toxic metals.
Klinghardt Principle #7: The location of Hg storage and the location of the symptom are often identical.
Klinghardt Principle #8: There are no definitive neurological test for mercury toxicity or toxicity of other metals.
Klinghardt Principle #9: There is a difference between mobilizing and eliminating. True detox is elimination, not redistribution.
Klinghardt Principle #10: Empty your garbage pails before cleaning out the attic
Klinghardt Principle #11: Whenever the BBB is open, the brain is vulnerable to contamination
Klinghardt Principle #12: Detoxing is the most cost effective medical intervention available for a wide range of diseases
Klinghardt Principle #13: Proteins provide the important precursors to the endogenous metal detox and shuttle agents, such as coeruloplasmin, metallothioneine, glutathione and others.
Klinghardt Principle #14: Toxic metals attach themselves only in places that are programmed for attachment of metal ions. Mineral deficiency provides the opportunity for toxic metals to attach themselves to vacant binding sites.
Klinghardt Principle #15: The body can only detox metals in acidic conditions. Therefore, adjustment of alkalinity in the body can be used as a brake and accelerator in the process of metal removal.
Klinghardt Principle #16: Remove the source, or remove the patient from the source.