Anti Acids, antiperspirants, baking powders, drinks cans and food, aspirin, canned foods, city water, cookware and utensils, cosmetics, packaging, lipstick, ore smelting, industrial cheeses, etc.
Abundant in the modern environment and toxic in large quantities, aluminum is mainly absorbed through the skin, lungs and intestinal tract. The aluminum toxicity seems to affect the bones (causing brittleness or osteoporosis), kidneys, stomach and brain. Research suggests that it may also contribute to Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's, dementia and other neurological disorders.
chemical, cigarette smoke, drinking water, fungicides, meats and seafood, metal foundries, smelting ore, pesticides, polluted air, glass products, herbicides, wood preservatives, etc.
Extremely poisonous, colorless, odorless, arsenic can enter the body through the mouth, lungs and skin. The toxicity of arsenic appears to affect mainly the skin, lungs and digestive system and can cause nervous disorders, impaired motor coordination, respiratory diseases, kidney damage as well as cancers of the skin, liver, bladder and lung.
air pollution, batteries, ceramic glazes, cigarette smoke (smoker and those around) tap water and wells, foods (if grown in soil contaminated with cadmium), fungicides, mines, paintings, Central energy and foundries, seafood, etc.
Exposure to cadmium can be by inhalation or ingestion in places or situations where cadmium products are used, manufactured or ingested. Cigarette smoke is the most important source of cadmium toxicity that first appears to affect the lungs, kidneys, bones and the immune system. It can lead to lung cancer, prostate, heart diseases and to cause the teeth yellowing and anemia. Cadmium also seems to contribute to autoimmune thyroid diseases.
air pollution, ammunition, exhaust, batteries, containers of corrosive, contaminated soil, cosmetics, fertilizers, foods (if grown in soil contaminated with lead), hair dyes, insecticides, lead paint, pottery glazes lead, pesticides, welding, tobacco smoke, water (if carried in lead pipes), etc.
Lead is a natural neurotoxin. Although lead-containing products (such as gasoline and house paints) were banned in the 70s, contamination still exists mainly through contaminated drinking water, polluted air and life in or near old painted buildings or certain toxic industrial sectors. Lead toxicity is especially the nervous system, kidneys, bones, heart and blood, and is a greater risk for infants, young children and pregnant women. It can affect fetal development, stunted growth and also cause disorders of attention deficit, learning disabilities, behavioral problems and other developmental problems.
air pollution, barometers, batteries, cosmetics, dental amalgams, freshwater fish (such as bass and trout), fungicides, insecticides, laxatives, paints, pesticides, salt water fish (such as tuna and swordfish ), shellfish, tap water and wells, thermometers, thermostats, vaccines, etc.
A dangerous poison, mercury is found in our environment in various forms and also in many household products. Often, mercury permeates the ground on which we walk and we also find in today as a preservative in some childhood vaccines. The mercury amalgam fillings, is the main source of toxic exposure and vaporous, account for the largest share of all exposures (inhalation). Mercury toxicity can affect the nervous system, central, kidneys and liver. Research suggests that this heavy metal also contributes to autism and multiple sclerosis.
Infrared devices, electrical optical detection devices, foods (if grown in soil contaminated with thallium), photosensitive crystals, photoelectric cells, rat poison and ant (now removed), contaminated cocaine (or what believed to be cocaine), semiconductors, etc.
Thallium is a toxic heavy metal with no known biological function. Human contamination can occur by oral ingestion as well as through the skin or lungs, particularly when exposed to contaminated dust thallium from lead and zinc smelters, furnaces pyrite and similar industrial locations. Thallium toxicity mainly affects the nervous system and can lead to diseases such as baldness, nerve degeneration, numbness of the extremities and cataracts.
Food (such as the ingestion of fat, cholesterol and sugar), lack of exercise, smoking, stress, overweight, etc.
This is a fat accumulation, calcium, cell debris, connective tissue and other deposits that accumulate on the inner walls of the arteries due to various factors. The body builds these plaque deposits to protect the walls of arteries and can eventually lead to narrowed arteries with reduced blood flow to a stroke and a heart attack. Cardiovascular and cerebrovascular plaque plate are accumulations in the arteries of the heart and brain, respectively.
Infected people (by coughing, sneezing, etc.), self-reproduction, etc.
These are microorganisms that live in the blood cells and people with certain chronic diseases. Both pathogens and parasites, mycoplasmas are similar to typical bacteria but without solid cell walls, making sure they can change shape easily, which makes them difficult to identify and eradicate. Mycoplasma its known to cause various diseases both by themselves and as co-pathogens. They adapt well to changing conditions and can move throughout the body, invading and laying inside or outside of their chosen host cells without killing them. Different mycoplasma species have now been linked to diseases such as pneumonia, fibromyalgia, lupus, Alzheimer's disease, chronic fatigue syndrome and many others.
Air contaminated food, soil, water, etc.
These include the large group of solid and liquid chlorine chemicals that are produced but remain only in quantity in the environment because of their ease of uniting with other molecules and their long periods of life . PCBs still permeate the air, water and soil of their place of manufacture, use, discharge, spillage and leakage. In these places, exposure to PCBs can be in contact with the skin, inhalation and ingestion of water, contaminated fish and marine mammals.
Residues of vaccination
Immunization against diphtheria, hepatitis B, hemophilia influenza type B, measles, mumps, rubella, etc.
Very harmful toxins can remain in the body after some preventive vaccines for childhood diseases and adults have been given. These additional toxins (such as thimerosal, a known source of mercury and a likely cause of autism in children) may contribute to the burden of heavy metals and lead to other dangers.
Fruits and local and imported vegetables (fresh, frozen and canned)
Non-organic fruits and vegetables can contain neurotoxins and carcinogens left by various pesticide use. Consume such products may result in dangerous levels of chemical residues in the body. Apples, pears, peaches, squash and spinach are among the products with the highest levels of pesticides.
Residues of air traces
Many believe that the substances released by aircraft contrails forming and as low and high altitude lattice contain chemicals to control populations, to manipulate the temperature, to vaccinate a large scale and for other government programs or unknown unproven. (Normal pulled by cons are white streaks of condensed water vapor-like clouds that often follow the aircraft flying at high altitude.) The analysis of these trails have revealed the existence of aluminum, barium, of biological organisms, pathogens and other contaminants. The exhibition can be done by the particles falling through the air. It was reported symptoms due to this exposure including itching, sore throat, itchy eyes, asthma attacks and breathing difficulties
When at birth the body is confronted with the outside world, it is guided by a genetic disposition inherited from parents, begins to develop antibodies to defend against external poisons affecting its systems. During life, the body continues to produce antibodies in response to almost everything it encounters: cooked and industrialized food (and preservatives), toxic chemicals in the air and soil, other environmental contaminants , medicines, inoculations, dental fillings, sexual partners and other exhibitions.
As the body continues to build its protective wall of antibodies, the immune system as a cup that fills gradually, continues to fill over the years as the body keeps fighting against the invaders of outside, forced to build and maintain its antibody wall. Eventually, the body that fought too hard and too long and the "cup" of the immune system has reached its saturation point and ultimately overwhelmed, the onslaught of the disease (cancer, multiple sclerosis, chronic fatigue syndrome, lupus or some other chronic diseases) is given. Whatever the illness, his creation starts with the first breath of the person on this planet and can often be attributed to the constant bombardment of the body throughout life by external toxins. One can gradually release the body of its toxic accumulation, allowing the immune system to function more efficiently and promoting the future well-being of the body.
warning signs of toxicity
Generally, you should not be aware of heavy metals and other dangerous toxins that saturate your body even if it tries to give you warning signs of their presence (and often their overflow) growing. Over time, the body's immune system can not handle such a large saturation by external toxins and often culminates in symptoms that can include these:
* Feeling of being all the time "sick"
* Chronic Fatigue
* Mental Processes "misty"
* Reactions to additives, preservatives and food chemicals
* Allergic reactions to anything
* Feet and other hot ends
* Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (sensitivity to odors chemically induced ordinary scented products such as perfumes, dyes, detergents, fabric softeners and air fresheners)
These signs are only general warning signs and this list is not exhaustive. Also, in children, the symptoms of autism (slow development, difficult verbalization, etc.) can be an indication of the toxicity of heavy metals. It is now believed that exposure to certain heavy metals may contribute to autism