Toxic minerals: what they are

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Between toxic minerals that are not good for the body there are lead, mercury, aluminum and cadmium. The intake of these due to pollution can have effects, even serious, on health. Let's find out better.

> Which minerals are bad for you

> Aluminum

> Cadmium

> Mercury

> Lead

> Metal search test


> How to avoid toxic metals


 

What minerals are bad for

In addition to the minerals that make up the body, which we need to live and survive in health, there are also other toxic minerals that are generally considered harmful to humans, especially beyond a certain amount.

These are minerals and heavy metals that are often found in the environment, due to pollution for example. These include: arsenic, lead, cadmium, mercury, aluminum, lithium, strontium, antimony, tin, thallium, uranium.

The characteristics of minerals present in micro-thousandth parts in the organism, whose role is often not clear, are still little known: germanium, nickel, tin, tungsten, chromium, chlorine, bromine, boron. We deepen the knowledge of the main toxic minerals.

 

Aluminum

Used in food packaging and other household products, is found in toothpaste tubes, deodorants, cooking vessels and water.

Not all aluminum is passed to the body, it often happens that cooking acidic foods, such as tomatoes or tea, can release parts of the toxic mineral from the containers.

It then binds to essential vitamins and minerals, causing severe impairment of nutritional status, particularly by interfering with brain function and memory.



 

Cadmium

Cadmium enters the body through the cigarette smoke, both active and passive, and is also found in refined grains contained in industrially produced foods.

It is used in the manufacturing industry and has also been found in polluted waters, then switched to fish and shellfish.

It accumulates in the body often as a result of one zinc deficiency; this also binds to other minerals and vitamins, hindering their use.

In addition to causing infertility in men and women, it has been found that higher amounts of cadmium are responsible for spina bifida in newborns and smaller brain circumference and size.

 

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Mercury

Mercury reaches man due toenvironmental pollution, in fact, contaminating water and soil it reaches animals and then man; in general there are substantial doses in fish whose habitat has been polluted, especially large animals such as swordfish or tuna.

It is also found in cereals. It was used as a dental amalgam by dentists, to make fillings, but also as an anti-mold in paints.

Known is the mercury present in thermometers. Mercury causes psychological and emotional disturbances, convulsions, tremors, hallucinations, sleep disturbances and is brain and cognitive dangerous.

 

Grey

Lead is a mineral that is absorbed both through inhalation and through the consumption of products such as fruit and vegetables grown and cultivated in polluted areas of the planet, but also through old lead pipes or paints.



The pesticides, which are often also contained in the tobacco of smoking, are responsible for this. Once in circulation, it accumulates in bones, teeth, tissues and important organs. This mineral particularly damages the immune system, the nervous system (insomnia, headache, irritability, dizziness) and the kidneys.

 

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Metal search test

Two types of tests are used to determine and evaluate which metals are present in the human body, in what doses and if they are good or bad for us.


The first is that of search for metals in feces and urine, TMTUF test; while the second is that of verifying the content of metals through the mineralogram, TMA test, simpler than the previous one and which is carried out by pre-screening a hair sample.

If you are on a heavy metal detox path, you can seek confirmation of successful treatment through a test known as chelation test; it is carried out in specialized structures and consists in the comparison between the values ​​of toxic metal present in the urine before and after the administration of the chelating agent. Once chelated, the mineral loses its toxic or physiological properties and is eliminated.

 

How to avoid toxic metals

There are gods foods that help counteract the bad action of toxic minerals, for example: garlic, onion, seaweed; but also citrus fruits, apples, carrots, eggs.


To avoid assimilating these metals, it is also advisable to follow some rules:

 

  • avoid busy streets and smoke-filled environments;
  • wash fresh products well, using bicarbonate and vinegar;
  • limit the consumption of fish, in which traces of mercury can be found;
  • avoid using copper or aluminum pans and do not wrap food in aluminum foil in direct contact;
  • reduce alcohol consumption, as it favors the assimilation of lead and cadmium;
  • avoid taking antacids;
  • check that the water system does not have the old lead or copper pipes;
  • eat foods rich in minerals e Vitamin C, such as seeds, fresh fruit and dried fruit.

 

 

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