Precautions for Aluminum Exposure

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Food, water, and over the counter medications are some of the most common sources of aluminum. When this metal is absorbed by our body tissues, it slowly alters our cell communication and various cellular processes leading to brain degeneration and skeletal deformities.

While we cannot totally avoid heavy metal exposure, we can still try to reduce the risk of developing aluminum toxicity by doing the following:

  • Use stainless steel kitchenware instead of those that are made from aluminum.
  • Refrain from using aluminum foil when cooking or baking.
  • Avoid drinking from soda cans.
  • Check product label packaging to avoid products and over the counter medications containing aluminum.
  • Reduce exposure to other heavy metals as these have a synergistic toxicity that can become more harmful when combined together.
  • Take melatonin supplements to protect your body from aluminum toxicity.

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