Where do you get toxins from?:
Toxins enter our environment in many forms and cause a great deal of damage. In today’s world our food supply (GMO and chemical pesticides or fertilizlers), cleaning products, cosmetics, body products, and water all bring loads of toxins. So what do they all do to you?:
Toxins hinder enzymatic reactions:
Healthy enzyme function is important to our health and well-being because enzymes play a vital role in most of the body’s biochemical processes. Presence of toxic elements interferes with healthy enzymatic activity making cellular processes less efficient.
Toxins disturb cell membrane function:
Healthy cell membranes play a vital role in optimal cell function. Toxic elements interfere with healthy cell membrane processes including normal cell membrane transport.
Toxins disrupt nerve conductance:
Healthy nerve conductance is vital to a healthy nervous system function. Toxic elements disrupt normal nerve conductance causing neurological dysfunction including lack of psycho-emotional well-being. The effects of toxic elements on the nervous system are gradual and progressive.
Who is affected most by toxic element exposure?
Children and pregnant women are most susceptible.
The level of toxicity and adverse health effects of toxic elements vary among individuals. Fetuses and children are most susceptible, partly due to their high growth rates and low body mass. Chronic, low-grade exposure in children may lead to subtle or more severe physical and/or mental symptoms.
Although fetuses and children are most susceptible to toxic element exposure, adults can also be seriously affected. Cumulative effects of long-term, low-dose toxic element exposure can lead to many serious health problems in adults.
What symptoms are linked to toxic elements exposure?
ALUMINUM: Produces mental status changes, learning disabilities, speech disturbances, coarse tremors, and produces an abnormal EEG; Inhibits cell division during the “S Phase”; fosters bone disorders, including fractures; causes a microcytic hypoproliferative anemia; is a toxic agent in the etiology of Alzheimer’s disease; kills liver cells. Causes blood to clot at 3–4 ppm, causing strokes and heart attacks.
ARSENIC: Fatigue, headaches, skin rash, increased salivation, muscular weakness, loss of hair and nails, anemia, sensory disturbances, visual disturbances, loss of energy, shock, coma, convulsions, muscular paralyses, blindness, atrophy, kidney damage.
BARIUM: Convulsions, hallucinations, vomiting, cramps, purging, prostration, paralysis. “The Chloride” – Fatal dose 0.8 to 0.9 grams.
BORON: Boric Acid – Serious poisoning can result from the ingestion of 5 grams. Chronic use may result in eczema, localized edema, stomatitis, (Stomatitis is an inflammation of the mucous lining of any of the structures in the mouth, which may involve the cheeks, gums, tongue, lips, throat, and roof or floor of the mouth.), gray line on the gums.
CADMIUM: Loss of sense of smell, anemia, dried scaly skin, hair loss, hypertension, kidney problems, extreme restlessness and irritability, headache, chest pain, increased salivation, choking, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhea, tenesmus, (Tenesmus is a feeling of incomplete defecation. It is experienced as an inability or difficulty to empty the bowel at defecation.), throat dryness, cough, pneumonitis.
COPPER: Doctors at Loyola University Medical School in Chicago and the Carl Pheiffer Treatment Center have reported that violent males between the ages of 3 and 18 commonly have elevated copper and reduced zinc blood levels when compared to nonviolent males. Depression and schizophrenia also have links to high copper levels.
FLOURINE: The metabolism of the child’s brain, is impaired by sodium fluoride (NaF). Damage to skin growth, hair growth, a tendency towards bronchitis, etc., are part of it. Cancer and leukemia incidence rates increase by 15%. Lack of energy, pale appearance with no pigment and dry, stringy hair… Thin, silky and occasionally sparse hair; little browning of the skin, in the Sun; and premature loss of the baby teeth. Bronchial infections, middle-ear infections, hyperkinesis in children (constant, spontaneous bodily unrest), deficient capacity for concentration and continuous mental activity, and lack of mental receptivity. In addition, eczemas, neurodermititis and obesity (very important!) have been observed in connection with fluoride administration.
LEAD: Children: delayed mental development, hyperactivity, delayed learning, behavioral problems. Children and adults: fatigue, anemia, metallic taste, loss of appetite, weight loss and headaches, insomnia, nervousness.
MANGANESE: Emotional disturbances, sleepiness, weakness, spastic gait, paralysis, languor (feeling faint).
MERCURY: Reduced sensory abilities (taste, touch, vision and hearing), metallic taste with increased salivation, fatigue, anorexia, irritability and excitability, psychoses, mania, anemia, numbness, tremors, incoordination, cardiovascular disease, hypertension with renal dysfunction.
SELENIUM: Nervousness, depression, convulsions, vomiting, cough, dyspnea, abdominal pain, diarrhea, somnolence, fall in blood pressure, respiratory failure & death, marked pallor, garlic odor of breath, sweat and urine; red staining of fingers, teeth and hair; marked debility, epistaxis, G.I. disturbances, dermatitis, irritation of nose & throat. Hydrogen selenide can cause pneumonitis and damage to liver, kidney and spleen. (arthritis; eruptions and yellowish tinting of the skin.)
SILVER: Convulsions, coma, blood dyscrasias, dermatitis, argyria may occur following prolonged use. Heart (especially aortitis or aneurysm), liver or renal disease, gastroenteritis, paralysis, nephritis.
What organs are affected by toxic elements?