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Clinical evidence activated clinoptilolite suspension removes heavy metals without removing vital electrolytes

Clinical evidence activated clinoptilolite suspension removes heavy metals without removing vital electrolytes






Abstract: This study was designed to evaluate the ability of activated clinoptilolite suspended in water (ACS) to remove heavy metals from the body without the removal of electrolytes.  The protocol utilized two treatment groups, each consisting of eleven healthy men aged 36 to 70 years. Volunteers were given a commercially available version of the study […]






New alarm bells about chemicals and cancer

New alarm bells about chemicals and cancer






The President’s Cancer Panel is the Mount Everest of the medical mainstream, so it is astonishing to learn that it is poised to join ranks with the organic food movement and declare: chemicals threaten our bodies. The cancer panel is releasing a landmark 200-page report on Thursday, warning that our lackadaisical approach to regulation may have far-reaching […]






New York Times: Do toxins cause autism?

New York Times: Do toxins cause autism?






Autism was first identified in 1943 in an obscure medical journal. Since then it has become a frighteningly common affliction, with the Centers for Disease Control reporting recently that autism disorders now affect almost 1 percent of children. Over recent decades, other development disorders also appear to have proliferated, along with certain cancers in children and adults. […]






Toxic metal in kids’ jewelry from China

Toxic metal in kids’ jewelry from China






There is an important warning for parents about toy costume jewelry that was made in China. Some popular costume jewelry made for children in China has tested positive for extremely high levels of the toxic metal cadmium. According to an investigation by the Associated Press, some pieces of jewelry contained 80 to 90 percent cadmium. […]






Earliest exposures: A research project by Washington Toxics Coalition

Earliest exposures: A research project by Washington Toxics Coalition






New tests by the Washington Toxics Coalition reveal that children spend their first nine months in an environment that exposes them to known toxic chemicals. Washington Toxics Coalition tested nine pregnant women, from Washington, Oregon, and California, for chemicals including bisphenol A, phthalates, mercury, and Teflon chemicals. The first-of-its kind study tested blood and urine […]






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