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How modern Mayr chelating detoxification boosts fertility

By Chukwuma Muanya
09 March 2023   |   4:05 am
A recent study published, last week, in the journal Global Reproductive Health has demonstrated how modern Mayr chelating detoxification could be used to boost fertility.

Fresh fruits and vegetables are often used for detoxification.

•Method successfully removed heavy metals, environmental toxins in patients, recommended as model for pre-fertility treatment screening
•Technique improves fertility indices of patients undergoing, In Vitro Fertilisation, Assisted Reproductive Technology, researchers find
•Heavy metals associated with poor pregnancy outcomes including miscarriages, stillbirths, birth defects in clinical trials

A recent study published, last week, in the journal Global Reproductive Health has demonstrated how modern Mayr chelating detoxification could be used to boost fertility.

Global Reproductive Health is a journal of the International Federation of Fertility Societies (IFFS).

According to the study titled “Successful removal of heavy metals and environmental toxins using modern Mayr chelating detoxification in a patient: a model for pre-fertility treatment screening”, the method was successfully used to remove heavy metals and environmental toxins in patients and is recommended as model for pre-fertility treatment screening.

The study by Nigerian scientists led by the Joint Pioneer of In Vitro Fertilisation (IVF)/Assisted Reproductive Technique (ART), Prof. Oladapo Ashiru, showed that modern Mayr chelating detoxification improves fertility indices of patients undergoing IVF/ART and that heavy metals are associated with poor pregnancy outcomes including miscarriages, stillbirths and birth defects.

Other members of the team of researchers include: Oluwole I. Ogunsola and Atinuke Adeyi.

They wrote: “Heavy metals are naturally existing constituents of the earth that have a high specific density (above 5 g/cm3) and atomic weights. There are more than 20 identified heavy metals, including antimony, bismuth, tin, gold, arsenic, copper, iron, lead, mercury, and others. Once taken into the body, heavy metals are distributed in the blood and deposited in tissues. The contamination chain follows a cyclic order: from industry to the atmosphere, soil, water, and foods, then humans. Some of these ubiquitous heavy metals have been linked to causing endocrine dysfunction and are therefore termed Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs). By interfering with normal hormonal and endocrine function, endocrine disruptors contribute to the development of poor semen parameters, endometriosis, and polycystic ovarian syndrome.

“Heavy metals, notably lead, mercury, and cadmium have been associated with poor pregnancy outcomes including miscarriages, stillbirths, and birth defects.

“Martlife Detox Clinic offers a comprehensive treatment plan based on the modern Mayr Medicine method of detoxification designed to remove heavy metals and intestinal cleansing.”

They added: “To begin with, we conduct a bio-energetic test that reveals the types of heavy metals in the patient’s body. After that, we commence therapies targeted at extracting the heavy metals and neutralising their effect on the reproductive organs. We have reported how this method improved the fertility indices of patients undergoing assisted reproductive technology. This case study primarily describes the clinical success of modern Mayr therapy type of detoxification.

“Furthermore, its ability to manage heavy metals and exposure to EDCs in a fertility practice that uses detoxification as a complementary treatment. The study compares the results of the bioenergetics test currently in use in our facility with the Genova diagnostics urine test for toxicity.”

Patient A had a test for metal toxicity using urine samples at the Genova Diagnostics laboratory in the United States, in September 2021. Patient A underwent a detoxification plan the following month (October 2021) at the Martlife Detox Clinic.

The researchers added: “We have described the method of detoxification elsewhere. We performed a repeat test using the patient’s urine at the Genova Diagnostics laboratory in November 2021 to know the outcome of the detoxification. The primary outcome was to detoxify Patient A using modern Mayr therapy. The secondary outcome was to compare the bioenergetics testing attainable at Martlife Detox Clinic with the available urine test and its relevance to improving infertility treatment. We performed the bioenergetics test using the Qest4 Bioenergetics Testing system.

“Genova Diagnostics laboratory’s first metal toxicity test revealed significantly high values of copper, manganese, vanadium, rubidium, gadolinium, and cesium.

It also revealed similar outcomes when we performed the Qest4 bioenergetics testing before the detoxification process began at Martlife Detox Clinic. The repeat test showed that the detoxification process was successful.”

The results reveal a significantly high level of metal toxicity before detoxification and a significant reduction after detox, respectively. Copper is needed in the body, but excess concentration can lead to oxidative stress, Deoxy ribonucleic Acid (DNA)/genetic material damage and reduced cell proliferation. Although manganese is an essential element, but as the 12th most abundant element on earth, it can be found at toxic levels in the body that can lead to neuroendocrine changes. Vanadium was reported by Wilk et al to have harmful effects on both reproductive and developmental health. Cesium mimics the potassium in the body, and having excess cesium can lead to hypokalemia, which affects fertility in both males and females.

Prof. Oladapo A. Ashiru

The results reveal the recuperating effect detoxification using the modern Mayr therapy on heavy metal toxicity. Some heavy metals have also been linked to EDCs and hamper reproductive health. EDCs are chemicals or mixtures that interfere with any aspect of hormone action at any time of development and during life. Hence, the removal of heavy metals at toxic levels should be an add-on for patients undergoing assisted reproduction.

The researchers concluded: “The modern Mayr method has proven to be an excellent way to achieve the removal of toxins from the body, as seen from the results and our previous report, since the gut microbiota is a target for heavy metals and Mayr method involves intestinal cleansing. Also, the Qest4 bioenergetics test used to confirm the first test done at Genova Diagnostics showed similar results to the first.

“Our findings conclude that the modern Mayr method effectively reduces toxic levels of heavy metals. The bioenergetics test, which is less invasive, cheaper, and faster than the urine test, can also be used to check for toxins in the body. However, we recommend more randomized controlled trials in the two areas we have examined in this study.”

Ashiru, who is also the Medical Director Medical Art Centre (MART) Group of Health Services and MART Life Detox Clinic, Prof. Oladapo Ashiru, told The Guardian: “These chemicals are simply not going to go away, but we must fight them and eliminate them from our system through the process of detoxification, based on the modern Mayr medicine, which has been in existence for about 100 years now.”

Ashiru, a professor of reproductive endocrinology who pioneered IVF in Black Africa in conjunction with Prof. Osato Giwa-Osagie, said that in his over 30 years of practice, he has discovered that many cases of infertility are due to the accumulated toxins in the body which, if not eliminated, may prevent a couple trying for child from achieving their goal.

“Modern Mayr medicine (established by an Austrian Physician Dr. Franz Xaver Mayr over 100 years ago) is a combination of different holistic health concepts whose objective is to successfully guide people to lasting health and enhanced performance over the long term,” Ashiru said.

What then does detoxification do in the life of anyone? “Many things. To start with, detoxification aims at removing harmful substances from the human body through a combination of holistic health concepts,” Ashiru said.

He added: “These have been recognized by American College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine that there are toxins around and especially a woman that wants to have baby should not eat large fish or stock fish because they contain mercury, which can prevent conception and other toxins that can have consequences even on the baby yet unborn.”

Ashiru has undergone training in the Modern Mayr Medicine and is board-certified in Austria and is the author of Want a Baby, a book on the causes, management and treatment of infertility.

Mayr Therapy is based upon the oldest cleansing method known to mankind.

He said the MART Life Detox Centre was set up to address these issues, to remove toxins either from bad eating or from eating toxic foods or toxins that are available in the environment, which people have no control over such as pesticides, insecticides, oil fossils, diesels and so much more of such toxins. “So when people now go through these, they now go for their fertility treatment and it increases their success of fertility,” he said.

Meanwhile, according to a study published in The Scientific World Journal and titled “Clinical Detoxification: Elimination of Persistent Toxicants from the Human Body”, toxic metals such as arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury are ubiquitous, have no beneficial role in human homeostasis, and contribute to non-communicable chronic diseases. While novel drug targets for chronic disease are eagerly sought, potentially helpful agents that aid in detoxification of toxic elements, chelators have largely been restricted to overt acute poisoning. Chelation, that is multiple coordination bonds between organic molecules and metals, is very common in the body and at the heart of enzymes with a metal cofactor such as copper or zinc. Peptides glutathione and metallothionein chelate both essential and toxic elements as they are sequestered, transported, and excreted.

“Enhancing natural chelation detoxification pathways, as well as use of pharmaceutical chelators against heavy metals are reviewed. Historical adverse outcomes with chelators, lessons learned in the art of using them, and successes using chelation to ameliorate renal, cardiovascular, and neurological conditions highlight the need for renewed attention to simple, safe, inexpensive interventions that offer potential to stem the tide of debilitating, expensive chronic disease.”