It is clear in the literature that Aluminum toxicity can cause dementia and contribute severely to the onset of neurodegenerative disorders, especially Alzheimer’s Disease.
What most people are unaware of is precisely how much Aluminum they are exposed to on a daily basis, as Prof. Christopher Exley points out in the below presentation.
Why Is Aluminum Toxic For Our Brain & Bodies?
There is a lot of controversy on this topic as we are currently living in the ‘Aluminum Age.’ Many products from baked goods to metal window frames contain this mineral.
It is the third most abundant metal in the Earth’s crust, yet it has only been in the last century or so that man has been able to separate it from its naturally bound form, in which silicon binds to it in soils. In this free form, it also happens to be highly reactive and toxic to nearly all forms of life on EarthThe toxicity of aluminium in humans..
Since Aluminum production has peaked, an increase in the occurrences of multiple neurological disorders has emerged, likely as a consequenceAluminum in the central nervous system (CNS): toxicity in humans and animals, vaccine adjuvants, and autoimmunity.
It is also a known fact that Aluminum bio-accumulates in every single bodily tissue from head to toe, seeming to favor the brain in particular. This means that over time, more and more Aluminum gathers in all our bodily tissues and it is no different for plants and animals!
Let’s take a closer look at how Aluminum is toxic for our bodies, especially our brains.
How To Reduce Your Aluminum Exposure
Since we live in the ‘Age of Aluminum,’ it is becoming increasingly difficult to avoid coming into contact with this heavy metal in it’s unbound form.
Fortunately, there are ways one can reduce their exposure to Aluminum to slow down the way it accumulates in our systems over time.
Removing Aluminum With Silicic Acid
Silicic acid is an organic form of silicon (not inorganic silicon) which acts to bind to Aluminum and draw it out of the body.
Mineral waters exist that are naturally high in Silicic Acid, as do certain herbs like horsetail.
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