While we’re exposed to countless toxins in the modern world, none are as damaging as heavy metals.
There are over 30 toxic heavy metals that negatively affect your health. Here are 8 most common metals that most people have in their body...
Mercury (Hg): Someone with mercury amalgam fillings, sushi lovers and people that regularly eat fish in their diet... will have a lot of mercury.
Arsenic (As): If you’ve eaten conventional chickens and eggs for any period in your life, you are going to have arsenic in your body
Cadmium (Cd): If you smoked cigarettes, were exposed to secondhand smoke or lived near an industrial area you will have cadmium toxicity.
Thailium (Tl): 10x more toxic than mercury. Everyone is breathing it in the air from coal burning, smog and car exhaust.
Aluminum (Al): Found in underarm deodorant, cosmetics, dental fillings, vaccines, the air we breathe and aluminum cans.
Cesium (Cs): Nuclear fallout from Fukushima and other nuclear disasters and testing contributes to fatigue, muscle cramps, and cancers.
Nickel (Ni): Found in fast and processed foods, partially hydrogenated oils, jewelry, braces and air pollution from cars and coal burning.
Lead (PB) : Lead is ingested from lipstick, mascara and auto exhaust. It’s still in the soils from leaded gasoline (banned decades ago)