Chlorella is a vegan source of B12, iron and zinc, has strong chelation properties for heavy metals, potential to lower cholesterol, reduce anemia, and boost the immune system.
One of the excitotoxins that have made the industry so happy is the chemical that does all the things that excitotoxins do but unlike MSG is sweet to the taste. It is chemically known as aspartame (Nutra Sweet).
The most significant finding in the whole history of the food industry is one particular branch of neurotoxins that are called excitotoxins.
Fluoride inactivates 62 enzymes in the body, inactivates DNA and RNA repair enzymes activity, it is mutagenic, causes DNA damage, increases cancers and all other diseases correlated with mutations, disrupts the immune system.
Currently, there are more than 84,000 ingredients used in cosmetics. More than 12,000 of them are industrial chemicals used as cosmetic ingredients
In the US more than three-quarters of arsenic exposure comes from animal products and mostly from chicken than from beef, pork, hot dogs, eggs, and milk.
From all known food sources rice absorbs the highest concentration of arsenic among all commonly eaten foods.
On average pregnant woman is polluted with around 35 different chemicals including both banned and contemporary contaminants. Chemical cocktail levels of many of these chemicals were comparable to the levels that can have fetal adverse effects.
In India alone, around half a million people die each year due to air pollution. Air pollution resulting in death is just one part of the overall problem.
An abundance of nutrients in coastal areas created by runoff filled with synthetic fertilizers from farmland leads to excessive algal blooms. Algae blooms are dangerous. Microalgae create and excrete some of the most potent neurotoxins known to man.
Farmed fish have up to ten times more pollutants. After vaccination fish is always on antibiotics and pesticides.
Pollution is washed away and will end up in the ocean eventually and algae filter the water starting the bioaccumulation process. Fish toxicity is a big concern.
Mercury is an industrial toxin and the most neurotoxic substance known. Plankton will absorbe it from seawater and initiate bioaccumulation in the food chain.
Children and especially pregnant women are more vulnerable to pesticide exposure. If we analyze real-world exposure levels in real-life scenarios, what would the result be?
Most of the pesticides and especially heavy metals and other toxic waste pollutants we get, we get from meat. More than 80 percent of pesticide exposure in the standard American diet comes from animal products, not from fruits or vegetables.
Exposure to pesticides directly causes cancer, birth defects, sterility and infertility, damage to the brain and nervous system, liver, kidneys, and other organs.
There is much misinformation about the detoxifying properties of water and distilled water in particular. Water purification is a big business. What science has to say about it?
If we are living in a city where we are sure that the tap water is pure this still does not mean that the water is “pure”.
There are programs of dieting designed to help reduce inflammation and overall body toxicity and increase detoxification that are backed by science.
Do we think caffeine is something good for our brain or bad or neutral?
What does the actual caffeine do?
Somehow we believe that one glass of wine is not all that bad, or even worse, we believe in alcohol health-promoting myth because of the grape’s antioxidants.
The paradox of the “Plant Paradox” is that people who eat more lectins (beans and whole grains) have less cancer.
Are humans omnivores in a true anatomical sense? There is a fundamental difference in the way the digestive tract works in plant vs meat-eating species.
Environmental toxicity is the bioaccumulation of toxins. Organisms are filters. But there is one more even worse process called biomagnification in food chain.