Heavy Metal Toxicity

Metals accumulate in the human body through air, water, food, soil and skin absorption. Heavy metal contamination is an extremely serious problem.   Over time these heavy metals continue to slowly accumulate and the body’s immune system can only withstand so much saturation by external toxins over time.   Toxins must be eliminated faster then they enter the body, otherwise the buildup can eventually reach toxic and dangerous levels. 

Metals are common in our environment and diet and some are actually necessary for good health, but large amounts of any of them may cause acute or chronic toxicity.  In small quantities, certain heavy metals are nutritionally essential for a healthy life, including trace elements; iron, copper, manganese, and zinc.  These elements are commonly found naturally in fruits and vegetables or supplements. 

Toxic Heavy Metals  include:  Aluminum, Arsenic, Cadmium, Lead, Mercury and Nickel    

Heavy metals have been found to contribute to the following diseases: 

Allergies, Alzheimer’s disease, ALS, anemia, angina, asthma, arteriosclerosis, arthritis, attention deficit disorder, Autism, autoimmune disorders, bones weak, brain deterioration, cancer, central nervous system dysfunction, chemical sensitivity, coliosis, concentration, depression, digestion impaired, emotional problems, enzyme counts, epilepsy, fatigue chronic, fibromyalgia, gastritis, gums receding, headache, heart disease, high cholesterol, hormone problems, hypoglycemia, immune suppression, infertility, insomnia, irregular heartbeat, kidney disease, learning disabilities, loss of smell and taste, low libido, lung disease, macular degeneration, memory, menstruation pain, metallic taste,  miscarriage, MS, osteoporosis, Parkinson’s disease, PMS, prostate enlargement, psychological problems,  rheumatoid arthritis, schizophrenia, Sickle-cell anemia, sterility, thyroid dysfunction, tinnitus, vertigo, weight gain, and weight loss. 


Kathy Kafka

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