"Heavy metals are naturally occurring elements that can be found throughout the environment. Given their prevalence in the foods that we eat and even the air we breathe, we are exposed to high levels of heavy metals every day.
Certain metals-- including zinc, copper, and iron—are beneficial for your health in small doses.
However, overexposure to other heavy metals poses serious health risks. Cadmium, arsenic, chromium, lead, and mercury are some of the most toxic.
The toxicity of heavy metals can have serious effects on the brain, liver, and lungs and long term exposure is even associated with cancer.
For the next couple of days we will post very valuable information about heavy metal toxicity. You will have an opportunity to learn more about heavy metals and how to reduce your exposure.
You will be able to recognize some symptoms which you would never associate with heavy metal exposure. Stay tuned!