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Posts from the ‘Toxins’ Category

12
Jun

EMF, Dirty Electricity And Cancer

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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).

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1
Jun

Aluminum Toxicity

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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.

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24
May

Cesium Toxicity

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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).

The two radioactive cesium isotopes most notable for their damaging effects on human health are cesium-134 and cesium-137 (3). Cesium-137 is the most dangerous substance released in nuclear disasters like Fukushima or Chernobyl (4).

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10
May

Guide To Sources And Symptoms Of Toxic Metals

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Industrial dumping and manufacturing unleash metals into our air, food and water. As a result, everyone today has toxic metals in their body and it’s important to become aware of this and remove them from your body if you have any hopes of living to Live to 110.

This guide will inform you of sources of toxic heavy metals, symptoms of toxicity and how to remove them from your body.

Heavy metals are deadly hidden toxins in our food and environment. Cadmium, aluminum, mercury, antimony, lead, arsenic and others are added to the food chain from upstream industrial dumping and pollution, pesticide runoff, incinerator emissions, smokestacks, aviation, and auto exhaust.

Our bodies cannot metabolize these metals, which must be actively purged and detoxed from the body on a continual basis before they cause disease.

To search for your symptoms to see what metals could be causing them, Press Command F and you can search in the upper right hand corner. Read More

28
Apr

Chemicals in Cosmetics Put Junk in Your Trunk

Today’s post touches a little on what I’ll be talking about in my new book When Diet and Exercise are Not Enough: Roadblocks to Weight Loss. Chemicals in cosmetics and your personal care products are making you gain weight! Read more »

8
Apr

A Day in Your Toxic Life

Let me take you on a walk through your daily life so you can picture just how toxic modern life has become. The average person has 700 synthetic chemicals in their body. You must detox these chemicals from your body if you hope to live to 110. Have you ever wondered… Read more »

8
Apr

Everyone is Mercury Toxic

Mercury is among the most toxic elements known. It is also the most common heavy metal on the earth today with most people being mercury toxic. How to remove it? Read more »

8
Apr

Stop Metaling Around!

Do you know anyone who suffers from headaches, fatigue, insomnia, depression, skin rashes, spaciness or premenstrual syndrome? These can all be symptoms of a copper imbalance. It is an extremely common nutritional imbalance and often overlooked because it is not… Read more »

8
Apr

Degenerating Generations

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive disease in which healthy brain tissue degenerates, resulting in problems with memory, behavior, and other mental abilities. It is the most common cause of dementia (the loss of memory and other intellectual abilities serious enough to interfere with daily life) and the seventh-leading cause of death in the United States. Alzheimer’s disease currently affects an estimated four million older Americans, a number that is expected to triple by the year 2050… Read more »

26
Mar

A Vicious Cycle

Alcoholism is a chronic disorder characterized by dependence on alcohol, repeated excessive use of alcoholic beverages, the development of withdrawal symptoms on reducing or ceasing intake, morbidity that may include cirrhosis of the liver, and decreased ability to function socially and vocationally.

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