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Tips for Avoiding Toxic Substances

By Wednesday, 01 July 2020 04:34 PM Current | Bio | Archive

Modern society has burdened us all with exposure to a wide assortment of pollutants, including toxic metals (aluminum, mercury, lead, cadmium, manganese), industrial chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, and fungicides.

Today, it’s impossible to escape these substances. Luckily, you can reduce your exposure by not using agricultural chemicals in your yard and steering clear of pesticides in the home.

Vaccines still contain some mercury, and most have toxic levels of aluminum. For those reasons, they should be avoided whenever possible.

Vaccines appear to be the greatest source of aluminum exposure, but it is also found in drinking water. A number of compounds can chelate (remove) aluminum from the body or make it less toxic. These include curcumin, triphala, taurine, and bacopa.

You should only drink water that’s filtered to remove fluoride, or distill your water. Fluoride is a very reactive metal that rapidly combines with aluminum in foods, water, fruits drinks, and even within the tissues and organs of the body.

Fluoridated drinking water actually presents a double hazard because it contains fluoride and aluminum, which when combined as fluoroaluminum are a very toxic compound — especially for the brain.

Fluoroaluminum is much more toxic than either aluminum or fluoride alone.

Keep in mind that an increasing number of medications also contain both aluminum and fluoride. Many of these medications are associated with serious side effects, including suicidal tendencies and homicidal thoughts.

You should also avoid plastic containers made with a chemical called bisphenol A (BPA). Use cookware made of either stainless steel or one of the new nontoxic alloys.

Plastic wrapping contains cadmium, a toxic metal.

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