Richard Diaz: ‘Illness Defined: Mercury Toxicity and Trauma’ on Holy Hormones Honey! March 27

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If you have a chronic illness with no known root cause – nor no known cure… then you need to listen to the stunning interview with Richard Diaz and his special guest ‘J’ on mercury and other heavy metal toxic loads in the body.

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Illness Defined: Mercury Toxicity and Trauma

March 27
Holy Hormones Honey!

VoiceAmerica Health and Wellness Channel
Noon ET – 9 am PT


“Regaining health is more difficult as an objective than becoming ill. 
Becoming ill is a random act of ignorance and regaining health is an intentional effort in frustration.”    ~Richard Diaz

Illness Defined2Richard Diaz, author of Illness Defined has been an outspoken advocate on the dangers associated with mercury exposure for the past 30 years.  He feels strongly that the organic source of disease has been overlooked by scientists, researchers, and the medical industry. In fact, he believes that “no scientific or medical study is valid unless and until a heavy metal assay has been completed on the subject(s).”

Diaz states that most people are not aware of the presence of heavy metals in medications, dental applications, makeup, consumables and vaccines. A metallic neurological disturbance can lead to violence, rage, anxiety, addictions, compulsive behaviors, and CNS disorders.

Diaz has invited a special guest to join in the discussion to share his experience about how the neurotoxin Mercury was implicated in an auto accident which began his rapid descent into illness with no hope of recovery. Eliminating Mercury was the first step in his path to healing from the trauma.


Born shortly after World War, II Diaz had all the cultural attitudes of a rebellious personality. Whether that is from the common Richard diazculture of the times or the systemic poisoning he was exposed to, remains to be answered.

After 30 plus years of investigating medicine, disease and chronic illness, Diaz came to a number of conclusions; most doctors are prisoners of their education and shackled by their profession, and most importantly not a single medical professional knew how to define illness.

After all the classes, groups, and speaking with researchers, scientists and patients, Diaz proceeded to define illness from basic principles he had collected. This was not easy and took years but he came up with a definition that would apply to anyone, anywhere in the world.

This is not a how to, about getting healthy. Everybody tries to tell you about that. Diaz will teach you what you already know, in a different context and in doing so you will begin to understand how to avoid illness.


Author: Leslie Carol Botha

Author, publisher, radio talk show host and internationally recognized expert on women's hormone cycles. Social/political activist on Gardasil the HPV vaccine for adolescent girls. Co-author of "Understanding Your Mood, Mind and Hormone Cycle." Honorary advisory board member for the Foundation for the Study of Cycles and member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research.