The 80,000+ toxic chemicals in our environment are without question a major cause of chronic illness. Learn more about the groundbreaking test that tests for 168 chemicals – the largest number to date!
Every day, we are exposed to thousands of toxic chemicals through products like pharmaceuticals, pesticides, packaged foods, household products, and environmental pollution. Exposure happens simply with our air, food and water.
As we have become more accustomed to consuming chemical-laden products, and as our environment has become more contaminated, we have been confronted with an accelerating rate of chronic illnesses like cancer, heart disease, chronic fatigue syndrome, chemical sensitivity, autism spectrum disorders, ADD/AD(H)D, autoimmune disorders, Parkinson’s disease, and Alzheimer’s disease.
These are just some of the illnesses and adverse health conditions that may be caused by your exposure to toxic chemicals! Read More…
Did you know that indoor chemical odors in your home are potential allergy triggers? If you’re in the U.S., fall allergy season has begun and those of us who are allergy-prone need to be mindful of allergens both outdoors and in our homes!
We all tend to assume that we’re safe from toxins when we’re in our homes. However, there are so many allergy triggers in our homes, such as formaldehyde, mold odors, dust and pet dander.
Routine cleaning can help to get rid of some of these triggers but you have to be careful! There are so many harmful chemicals in household cleaners that you need to know what you’re using to clean your home. If you have chemical sensitivities, allergists recommend that using an air purifier in your home. Read More…
Are the children of Flint, Michigan really doomed to a life of neurological damage and therapy? Or is there a way to get rid of the lead? Will getting rid of the lead in the body reverse the neurological damage? Is there a pediatrician who can help? These questions must be at the top of the minds of Flint Parents.
I’ve spent years of my life and tens of thousands of dollars trying to figure out these answers. Why? My oldest child is lead toxic from all the years I spent at MIT working with lead-based solder in a non-ventilated lab. I gave 2/3 of my toxic lead burden to her . Her symptoms were the usual culprits – full blown autism, digestive problems, eczema, abdominal pains, and mood problems. Read More…
I’m sad to report that everyone is lead toxic due to it being added to gasoline and emitted from cars for decades. Lead causes fatigue and damage to the nervous, reproductive, and renal systems. Learn how to detox it!
Lead is extremely toxic to humans. Exposure can happen quietly, without you realizing it, and the damaging effects – primarily to the brain – are often irreversible. In addition to the nervous and reproductive systems, lead impacts both the liver and kidneys (1).
One of the most common consequences of lead toxicity is high blood pressure due to lead accumulation in the kidneys. Detox the lead and people often seeing a normalizing of their blood pressure. Read More…
We all know that iron is an essential mineral for growth, development, and long-term survival. However, iron toxicity is the stealth threat facing every man and postmenopausal woman. It can lead to an array of life-threatening conditions like diabetes, heart disease, cognitive decline, thyroid trouble, liver failure and cancer. Learn how to detox it by reading more below! Read More…
Cesium is an incredibly toxic element that has been unleashed into our environment from nuclear testing and nuclear accidents like the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan in 2011.
Sadly, the reactors are still releasing large amounts of radioactive cesium into our environment and reports say that it will contaminate all the world’s oceans in time.
Cesium can be a big causative factor in fatigue because it displaces potassium in the body (1). This interferes in numerous processes that affect energy production, namely suppression of enzymes involved in the energy exchange of cells. (2)
Naturally occurring, it exists in the environment in a non-radioactive, stable form. We are not concerned with this nontoxic form of cesium. Radioactive, unstable cesium is created during the process of nuclear fission (used in nuclear power plants) and is incredibly dangerous to human health (3). Read More…
Did you know that a significant percentage of the diseases we now face is exacerbated in part by electromagnetic fields (EMF)? And that EMF puts you at greater risk of cancer?
Dr. Milham is a physician and an epidemiologist, and has spent decades doing pioneering research in this field. In his book, he details the extensive journey he took to uncover the link between dirty electricity and human disease.
In this interview, Dr. Sam Milham, author of ”Dirty Electricity: Electrification and the Diseases of Civilization,” explains the health hazards of dirty electricity or electromagnetic interference (EMI).
Aluminum is a toxic metal contributing to Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia. It affects the brain more than any other system of the body, impairing memory and cognition. Learn about aluminum toxicity and how you can detox it from your body and prevent dementia.
Studies show that toxic metals contribute to brain diseases by producing oxidative stress and aluminum is one of the worst offenders. It is proven that aluminum is linked to degenerative brain diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Toxic metals, like aluminum, replace nutrient minerals in enzyme binding sites. When this occurs, the metals inhibit, overstimulate or otherwise alter thousands of enzymes. An affected enzyme may operate at 5% of normal activity. This may contribute to many health conditions. Toxic metals may also replace other substances in other tissue structures. These tissues, such as the arteries, joints, bones and muscles, are weakened by the replacement process. Toxic metals may also simply deposit in many sites, causing local irritation and other toxic effects.