This webinar will offer a revolutionary way to diagnose and treat patients with multiple non-specific symptoms, such as those with chronic fatigue. After listening to this lecture you will approach each such patient in a new way. Current treatments of inflammatory diseases, including autoimmune or cardiovascular diseases, are using drugs to decrease the inflammatory process. However, identification and removal of triggers of inflammation could be another way to treat these diseases. Metals may cause inflammation in susceptible individuals, and this can be measured with a blood test, MELISA. As almost every person is exposed to metals – mainly from dental restorations such as fillings, crowns and even implants – it is important to check if this is fuelling a chronic inflammation. Once the triggers are identified, exposure can be restricted, and the majority of allergic patients will show long-term health improvement.