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heavy metals

  1. tastyfood

    Repeated nail analysis after 3 months: Aluminum went down, lead went up, and some uranium

    After testing very high for aluminum in my last nail analysis, I embarked in a 3 month period of taking 400mg of Magnesium malate to see if that helped. Aluminum was the only heavy metal that was high 4 months ago. The new test showed a significant decrease in aluminum (yay): From 19.4 to 6.3...
  2. C

    Have people here successfully chelated heavy metals to get lasting improvements?

    If you did this successfully following a protocol: 1. What was the issue(s) chelating solved and how big were the improvements? 2. What strategy did you use to successfully chelate? and how long did it take you to notice improvements? 3. What were your blood work / hair / nail levels of the...
  3. C

    1000x more lead in (1991) modern humans than pre-industrial humans. Lead & Cadmium as Cardiovascular Risk Factors: The Burden of Proof Has Been Met

    https://www.ahajournals.org/doi/10.1161/JAHA.120.018692 The bone of a 20th century human has 1000‐fold more lead than that of a preindustrial human. Current sources of lead exposure to humans now result from soil, food, water, tobacco smoke and electronic cigarettes, lead‐based paints in and...
  4. C

    Thiamine (standard supplemental doses) increases lead elimination

    http://repository.ias.ac.in/96348/1/Therapeutic_potential.pdf https://prevent-alzheimers-autism-stroke.blogspot.com/2019/11/targeted-lead-detox-with-thiamine-zinc.html
  5. 334c

    Is this Australian beef bone broth safe from heavy metals?

    i've recently purchased some frozen beef bone broth to make soups with, with the intention of increasing my protein intake esp w the more ideal aminos. though i was a bit concern about the mention of heavy metals in the bones contaminating the broth. The butchers kindly shared the preparation...
  6. BearWithMe

    Don't use the natural crystal deodorant stone. That s**t is 25% aluminium

    Yes, it is natural. But it is also made of aluminium, potassium and sulfate in 1 : 1 : 2 ratio. Which is waaaaaaay more aluminium than you usually find in regular deodorant formulas.
  7. D

    Cardenosine And Chelation

    For those aware of my issue I have some preliminary but interesting news. So when my left eye drastically declined I had distance consulted an optometrist who tends to implicate heavy metals along with nutritional deficiencies. Then, with limited time and funds, I went in some other directions...
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