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Symptoms of Aluminum Toxicity

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Symptoms of Aluminum Toxicity

Aluminum is found in the earth’s crust and is often combined with other trace minerals such as oxygen and silicon. While coming in contact with aluminum is not particularly dangerous, having too much of it in our body poses a major threat in the health of both humans and animals. Because aluminum is used in the production of many everyday products, aluminum toxicity is not so far- fetched. Anyone can develop this condition depending on the age and the overall health of an individual. Below are some of the symptoms of aluminum toxicity: Muscle weakness Bone pain Fractures that take too...

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Sources of aluminum

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Sources of aluminum

In today’s environment, it seems that it is getting more and more challenging to find a way around toxins. From the food we eat, to the air we intake, everything seems to have heavy metals. Found in the earth’s crust, aluminum is the most widely utilized heavy metal in the planet. It is used as a component in various products we’re using every day. Below are some of the most common products that contain aluminum: Over-the-counter medications and prescription antacids Aluminum pots and pans Soft drink cans Cheese Baking powder Deodorants White flour Tap water Toothpaste Laxatives Aluminum foil Automotive exhaust...

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What you need to know about aluminum exposure

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What you need to know about aluminum exposure

Unlike minerals and vitamins, aluminum does not do any good to our body. Many food manufacturers would say that a certain product does not contain harmful aluminum—but truth is, aluminum is neither safe nor beneficial to both humans and animals.   Aluminum is a naturally occurring metal that is difficult to destroy or decompose. Once it was introduced in our system, it accumulates in our brain, kidney, lungs, and other body tissues where it interferes with our nutrient absorption processes. Individuals who come in contact with higher levels of of aluminum over a long period of time are at risk of...

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Kidney Detox

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Kidney Detox

Toxins and chemicals build up in your pet’s body. Healthy pets can typically flush away toxins with the help of their kidney and liver. However, when their kidneys are not in good shape, symptoms of toxicity such as skin irritation, fatigue, or weakness will occur. Feeding your cat and dog a balanced diet is one of the best ways to help support your pet’s natural detox processes. If their kidney is less than optimal, you can try other detoxification tools (such as clay detox) to help your pet shed toxins and waste. Bentonite clay is one of the most inexpensive...

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Liver Detox

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Liver Detox

According to a 2008 report from the Environmental Working Group, our pets are exposed to at least 35 chemicals every day. Since domesticated animals are not very efficient in handling the natural toxins they encounter, it is our duty to help them. A regular liver detox prevents your pets from having toxic metals building up in their body tissues. You can also help the liver do what it is already programmed to do by adding a liver formula to your pet’s diet. Not only it enhances its detoxification mechanism, but it also reduces symptoms of allergies, weight gain, fatigue, and...

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