What To Do About Heavy Metal Toxicity

Heavy metal toxicity is a big problem. For safely detoxing heavy metals, a large amount of glutathione is necessary. Taking glutathione orally won’t get you too far, as it will get metabolized before it can be used. Liposomal glutathione is transdermal and can avoid that problem. Also, NAC and alpha lipoic acid are precursors of glutathione making it a good option as well.
Metals can damage our DNA which means a bigger risk of causing cancer. Heavy metals can accumulate and disrupt organ and gland function of the heart, brain, bone, kidneys and liver.
They also displace necessary minerals, which causes dysfunction as result of mineral deficiency.
Lead when in the presence of mercury, makes the mercury much more toxic than isolated mercury.
Entirely avoiding heavy metal exposure is just impossible. Simple as that. But how much exposure and how often is in your hands. Metals are in the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat. Filtering your water with a high-grade filter will reduce your water intake of heavy metals. Eating organic might lower your food intake of metals. Avoiding produce grown in heavily polluted areas such as many parts of China will also lower your exposure.
The most effective way of removing heavy metals from your body is by means of chelation. EDTA, DMSA and DMPS are the pharmaceutical chelators available. Taking it intravenously is the best way and should be done under medical supervision.
Chlorella is a great natural chelator. Make sure you are getting a trusted quality brand, because many are not pure. Garlic and cilantro may possibly help as well.

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