Posts tagged Heavy Metals

How Heavy Metals Harm

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Some of them such cobalt, copper, manganese are required in small amounts but generally accumulation of Heavy Metals as a whole can lead to a number of serious illnesses because of their extremely toxic effects. There are some heavy metals which have no known vital or beneficial effect on organisms such as mercury , lead, cadmium, aluminum, arsenic etc.

There are hundreds of sources of these metals and if someone realize them he will assume that he cannot touch or eat a wide range of materials or foods correspondingly.

It’s not exactly like that of course. There are indeed sources More >

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Mercury and food intolerances

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Mercury and food intolerances: common causes of chronic conditions related to leaky gut and intestinal dysfunction such as ulcerative colitis, IBS, Crohn’s, eczema, psoriasis, food allergies, arthritis, ADHD, and autoimmune disease; and treatments that improve these conditions. When intestinal permeability is increased, food and nutrient absorption is impaired. Dysfunction in intestinal permeability can result in leaky gut syndrome, where larger molecules and toxins in the intestines can pass through the membranes and into the blood, triggering immune response (6). Progressive damage can occur to the intestinal More >

Vaccination Stress

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There are hundreds of cases referring to vaccines reactions concerning MS and tens of other referring to wide spread diseases like autism (considered an epidemic in USA and vaccines are officially recognized as one of the main cause!) or polio. It would almost take a whole new website to start describing all these cases.

Most vaccines contain heavy metals for preservatives (Aluminum, Mercury) and many other poisonous ingredients like the V40 substance). The vaccine for Hepatitis B is linked to Multiple Sclerosis. The “secret” behind this is the vaccine industry who only cares about More >

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