The mercury in common silver amalgam fillings could be destroying helpful bacteria in the gut, allowing bad bacteria and Candida to reproduce.
Mercury is toxic, though the debate rages on as to whether or not amalgam fillings are safe. Opting to have mercury fillings removed can be very dangerous, but ultimately beneficial.
Read the full article here: How mercury fillings cause Candida overgrowth
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