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Aluminum is a Neurotoxin!


Living in the Age of Aluminum Toxicity
Aluminum Toxicity has become a regular part of our daily lives. Aluminum is found in our cookware, deodorants, and even our childhood vaccines.


Symptoms of Too Much Aluminum in Your Body
In the course of a year, your body absorbs five pounds of aluminum, toxins and other junk. Some of the symptoms include break outs in the temples and side of the neck.


Why I’m Concerned About the Dangers of Aluminum

Aluminum is the most widely distributed metal on the planet and it’s used in the production of many every-day products. Cookware is made from aluminum, soda cans are aluminum, and aluminum foil is found in most kitchens. Aluminum is also in antacids, aspirin, vaccines, and even flour. This overwhelming infestation of aluminum means that your risk of exposure is through the roof, which is also made of aluminum. Unlike vitamins, minerals, and trace elements, the body does not need aluminum. And aluminum is no innocent or benign participant. Aluminum accumulates in the kidneys, brain, lungs, liver and thyroid where it competes with calcium for absorption and can affect skeletal mineralization. In infants, this can slow growth. Animal models have linked aluminum exposure to mental impairments. ....Continue Reading

The Toxic Truth About Cooking With Aluminum Foil

Aluminum is a popular kitchen product for families all over the world. It can make cooking an easier experience. Many people wrap food in it, such as corn and potatoes, and then grill or bake them. But is this type of procedure safe? The answer is: not really. Studies show that aluminum isn’t a safe bet when it comes to your health. And anytime you cook with it, the heat transfers the aluminum chemically to your foods. ....Continue Reading

Elevated brain aluminium, early onset Alzheimer's disease in an individual occupationally exposed to aluminium

Research has shown for the first time that an individual who was exposed to aluminum at work and died of Alzheimer’s disease had high levels of aluminum in the brain. While aluminum is a known neurotoxin and occupational exposure to aluminum has been implicated in neurological disease, including Alzheimer’s disease, this finding is believed to be the first record of a direct link between Alzheimer’s disease and elevated brain aluminum following occupational exposure to the metal. ....Continue Reading