Heavy metals can be blamed for many of the most common health conditions — some of which are deadly. And not to sound alarming, but they are present in more places than you realize. In fact, toxic heavy metals can be found in what we eat, what we breathe, and what we touch. The good news is that, with a little education, you can avoid many of these sources and maintain your healthy lifestyle. So what exactly should you be worried about?
The FDA and other government organizations lead consumers to believe that, in small amounts, heavy metals are harmless. The truth is, your body struggles to naturally eliminate these toxins as rapidly as you are exposed to them, leaving you in a perpetual state of what could be considered mild poisoning. In this case, the best course of action is to minimize your exposure to heavy metals when at all possible. Here are some shocking sources of heavy metals you should avoid like the plague.
What We Eat
It’s no mystery that there is mercury in fish, but there are other metals to worry about, as well. For example, there is arsenic in rice, cadmium in white flour, lead in bone broth (even from organic chicken) and aluminum in antacids and in BABY FORMULA! Imagine your child, with their developing body and immune system, ingesting a bottle full of aluminum. The easiest way to reduce your exposure to toxic metals in foods is to avoid processed foods whenever possible.
What We Breathe
Cigarettes used to be our most direct route to heavy metal toxicity, but now it may be e-cigarettes. What was initially believed to be a “safe” alternative to smoking actually floods the body with cadmium. We also inhale lead through second hand smoke, car emissions, and pollution from the mining, transport, and paper industries. Think your medication is safe? Think again; aluminum is common in many nasal sprays and other over-the-counter medicines.
What We Touch
You’ll be shocked by just how many toxic heavy metals we absorb through the skin. I’d venture to say that MOST beauty products — including deodorant, shampoo, and makeup — contains aluminum. There is also cadmium in seat covers and furniture, so the next time you inhale that “new car” smell, think of what you’re taking into your body.
These just touch on the metals we’re exposed to each day. The fact that you’re part of the The KadileAtric Power PrincipleⓇfamily means that you’re already a step ahead of those who are unaware of how these toxins can affect their health. If you’re worried that you might be suffering from symptoms of heavy metal toxicity, contact me right away. I have a number of treatments than can help put you back on the road to recovery.
Yours in health,