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Toxic Metal Cleanse

Water quality is a subject that's been big news lately. Residents of Flint, Michigan are suffering from toxic levels of lead in their water due to incompetent governance. Unfortunately, water quality issues are not a recent development. Industrial dumping, pesticide runoff, leaky storage tanks, and government mandates have created big concerns. Let’s take a look at some of the nastiest water contaminants that may be pouring out of your faucet. (more…)

Urinary tract infections are uncomfortable and can lead to serious complications, even organ damage.  Commonly referred to as UTI's, the infection primarily targets the bladder and kidneys and has a nasty tendency to recur. Women, teens, and young children are most often afflicted but men can suffer from them as well.  While UTI's may seem like a straightforward infection for which antibiotics are the clear solution, they are anything but, and the following 10 facts will make that clear. (more…)

Aluminum is a toxic metal so pervasive in our environment that it's practically impossible to avoid. It's present in water, soil, food, cookware, and food packaging. Even items like conventional antiperspirants and antacids, products used by millions every day, contain aluminum. Yet aluminum has been linked to neurological conditions like Alzheimer's disease and some research has even linked it to cancer. As the use of aluminum has become increasingly prevalent over the past 150 years, so has accumulation in the human body. (more…)

Arsenic is an element that is extremely toxic to human health. Arsenic poisoning or arsenicosis occurs when someone is exposed to high levels of arsenic, typically by unknowingly ingesting it. Although uncommon, poisoning can occur by inhalation or through dermal absorption. [1] Despite this, or maybe because of it, humans have used arsenic in many capacities- as an insecticide, as a toxic agent of war, and even as a wood preservation. However, its use in countless industrial applications has contributed to pollution at all levels. Additionally, arsenic exists naturally in […]

Many ordinary, everyday products have toxic metals in them. Toxic metals are in the foods we eat, the water we drink, and the air we breathe. The human body requires extremely trace amounts of a few metals, but too often the concern is with getting too much, rather than too little. Metal poisoning occurs as a result of the unhealthy accumulation of specific metals in the body. Metals become toxic when the quantity is too high and it takes very little to be too much. (more…)