What are heavy metals? How do they affect our health? How to detoxify the body from them?
It is evidence that we all have toxic heavy metals in our bodies, as we are constantly exposed to them from birth.
We must differentiate between good heavy metals and harmful heavy metals.
Good heavy metals are, for example, Zinc, Magnesium and Iron. These are necessary for the proper functioning of the body and are beneficial, as long as they are in small amounts.
Alarmingly we are exposed daily, through food, air and water, to toxic heavy metals. Examples of them are arsenic, lead, manganese, aluminum, cadmium, etc. The problem with absorbing these toxic heavy metals in our body is that they bioaccumulate in our body. Being a chemical and not a biological compound for the body, it does not know how to get rid of them on its own and it accumulates in the organs. When the accumulation is very high, it is when the symptoms and diseases due to intoxication appear.
Heavy metal poisoning is something we should be very aware of, as it can cause serious health problems, including damaging organs, influencing behavioral changes, and affecting thinking and memory.
Some pathologies derived from heavy metal poisoning are the following:
- Memory loss
- Crohn’s disease
- Concentration deficit
- Stomach pain and mucosal infection
Aware that heavy metal poisoning is real and almost inevitable, we put all our efforts into developing the “Green Detox” Mix. Its combination of ingredients is capable of adhering and binding to heavy metals, in order to drag them and remove them from the body.
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