Eliminating Heavy MetalsDetoxmetals
There is a lot of research conducted by toxicologists that has shown that heavy metals are indeed toxic and detrimental to people’s health. This is why a eliminating heavy metals is important for optimizing health.
Here are some of the symptoms that can be caused by heavy metal toxicity:
- Unexplained irritability
- Constant or very frequent periods of depression
- Numbness and tingling in the extremities
- Frequent urination during the night
- Unexplained chronic fatigue
- Cold hands/feet even in warm weather
- Bloating feeling most of the time
- Difficulty remembering or use of memory
- Sudden unexplained/unsolicited anger and advice
- Constipation on a regular basis
- Difficulty in even making simple decisions
- Tremors or shakes of head, hands or feet, etc.
- Twitching of face and other muscles
- Experience frequent leg cramps
- Constant or frequent ringing or noise in the ears
- Get out of breath easily
- Frequent or recurring heartburn
- Excessive itching
- Unexplained rashes, skin irritation
- Constant/frequent metallic taste in the mouth
- Jumpy, jittery, nervous
- Constant death wish or suicidal intent
- Frequent insomnia
- Unexplained chest pains
- Constant or frequent pain in the joints
- Unexplained fluid retention
- Burning sensation on the tongue
- Get headaches just after eating.
- Frequent diarrhoea
The heavy metals most often linked to human poisoning are lead, mercury, arsenic and cadmium. Other heavy metals, including copper, zinc, and chromium, are required by the body in small amounts, but can be toxic in larger doses. Sources of heavy metals in the environment include air emissions from coal-burning plants, smelters, and other industrial facilities; waste incinerators; process wastes from mining and industry; and lead in household plumbing and old house paints. While certain types of industrial facilities are required by the EPA to report their releases of some heavy metals to the Toxics Release Inventory (TRI), other major sources – including power plants and waste incinerators – are not. Consequently, the TRI may significantly under-report actual environmental releases of some metals.
Heavy metals can also enter the environment through natural processes. For example, in some parts of the U.S., naturally occurring geologic deposits of arsenic dissolve into groundwater, potentially resulting in unsafe levels of this metal in drinking water supplies. Once released to the environment, metals can remain for decades or centuries, increasing the likelihood of human exposure.
Humans are exposed to heavy metals through inhalation of air pollutants, consumption of contaminated drinking water, exposure to contaminated soils or industrial waste, or consumption of contaminated food. Food sources such as vegetables, grains, fruits, fish and shellfish can become contaminated by accumulating metals from surrounding soil and water. Heavy metals cause serious health effects, including reduced growth and development, cancer, organ damage, nervous system damage, and in extreme cases, death. Exposure to some metals, such as mercury and lead, may also cause development of autoimmunity, in which a person’s immune system attacks its own cells. This can lead to joint diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, and diseases of the kidneys, circulatory system, and nervous system.
Heavy Metal Detox
It is therefore very important that we help ourselves and our families to eliminate heavy metals naturally using a proven toxic metal formulations such as HMD™.
We recommend you take the HMD™ Ultimate Detox Pack which contains the HMD™ (Heavy Metal Detox) as well as LAVAGE, a herbal drainage remedy and organic CHLORELLA.
Natural heavy metal detox using HMD™ – designed for eliminating heavy metals naturally!
HMD™ is a Heavy Metal Detox formulation for removing heavy metals from body!
Try a Heavy Metal Detox Smoothie regularly to maintain optimal health and wellbeing!