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Sunday, January 22, 2012

Our environment is increasingly becoming contaminated with toxic elements such as uranium, cadmium, arsenic, mercury, lead and aluminium

Our environment is increasingly becoming contaminated with toxic elements such as uranium, cadmium, arsenic, mercury, lead and aluminium.  Even "clean, green New Zealand" is really a dirty place when you look closely enough. Please have a listen to the interview that follows:




 
 
HTMA from a man who works the land - Arsenic from treated
timber posts, aluminium from fertiliser.  The high Fe, Mn and Cr
may be mostly due to the use of welding and cutting torches.
The elevated Na and K are due to stress responses - hardly
surprising!


While I may not agree with everything the interviewer and interviewee are saying, they are spot-on with regards to their concerns about the ever-increasing contamination of our environment with toxins like mercury and aluminium and the potential threats to mammals, including Human Beings. I do share their concerns about the use of aluminium deodorants, especially about the armpits and breasts by women.  Its just not a good idea.

While it does make sense to get rid of your aluminium cookware and to switch to non-toxic deodorants, I urge you not to panic.  Unless you work in a toxic environment such as an engineering workshop, or on the farm, the chances are you are okay.  We all react differently to exposure to toxins.  Some of us accumulate them while others excrete them as fast as they are being absorbed.  It comes down to our nutritional status (or lack of!) and the health of our eliminative organs (liver, kidneys) as to how efficiently our bodies can handle toxins and excrete them.

The Hair Tissue Mineral Analysis (HTMA) is the best test available for determining if you are apt to accumulate toxins such as mercury - and to determine if there is a build-up of anything undesirable and what to do about - other than to blindly panic!
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