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  1. tastyfood

    Updated hair mineral and toxic elements test

    Updated hair mineral and toxic elements tests, with some comments of things that worked and I have been learning: High calcium: It remains high in the cell despite my diet having more than 2g per day. I think it's related to high prolactin in blood. My calcium in blood is closer to 10 and I...
  2. tastyfood

    Is the aluminum foil from coffee bags an issue?

    I tested high for aluminum in the nail test from Idealabs, and I'm doing a thorough review of everything around the house that could be exposing me to this toxic metal. The coffee I buy comes in bags that have aluminum foil. Does anyone think this could be a source of aluminum consumption...
  3. Twohandsondeck

    How to use clay to offset heavy metal damage from aluminum beverages, pesticides, and reduce plaque

    Answer: 1) Move liquid of choice to non-metal container. 2) Add 1/2 to 1 teaspoon of green clay to liquid or beverage of choice. 3) Allow the clay to settle at the bottom for 3-5 minutes until bubbling and particles stop floating around. 4) Consume all of beverage except for the last 1-1.5...
  4. Morning Star

    Dietary Aluminum Intake

    The other day I checked the label on the salt which we use at the restaurant I work in and discovered it contained sodium aluminosilicate, an anti-caking agent.I scoured the web searching for other unexpected routes of exposure and must now conclude that virtually every processed food available...