By Alane Palmer, ND, CNC and Maria Cummings
If you know for sure that you have been exposed to heavy metal toxins, you may be wondering how to get rid of them safely and confidently. What most people do not realize, is that if they are driving in heavy traffic, smoke cigarettes, eat GMO foods, eat seafood, use deodorant and much more, that they are indeed exposed to toxins including heavy metals. For example, cigarettes contain lead, cadmium, antimony, nickel, and carbonyl. Fish (especially sushi) contain mercury. If you have dental fillings that are silver in color then there is mercury exposure. Your basic deodorant and most cookware usually contain the heavy metal, aluminum. All of these heavy metals build up in the body over time and are difficult to eliminate without a proper detox protocol.
Heavy metal toxicities have been linked to a variety of health concerns. High amounts of aluminum may lead to symptoms including, ADHD, mental confusion, anxiety, headaches and more. Mercury, which is in the air, soil and water can affect your nervous system and digestive system plus cause memory loss and disorientation. Cadmium, lead and mercury overload can cause schizophrenia and other mental problems. All heavy metal overloads can cause severe health problems if left unchecked. The problem is that most people are unaware that they have a heavy metal load. That is where we can help! We offer a hair analysis test kit that is easy to do and we have assisted many people in ridding their bodies of heavy metals. You don’t have to wait for symptoms to develop, you can be a step ahead of heavy metals and find out which ones are in your body and rid yourself of them before they start to wreak havoc on your health!
To check your heavy metal load or to get started, click here!
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Medical disclaimer: Our Hair Analysis test kits and all tests cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure any disease. All test results are to be used as educational materials and as a guide to help support your overall health and wellness. Always discuss health concerns with your medical doctor.