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Dental amalgams.

They are composed of 55% mercury, the most toxic metals on Earth. Scientific research demonstrates that dental mercury amalgam exposes dental professionals, dental staff, dental patients, and fetuses to releases of mercury vapor, mercury-containing particulate, and/or other forms of mercury contamination. Mercury vapor is known to be released from dental mercury amalgam fillings at higher rates during brushing, cleaning, clenching of teeth, chewing, and mercury is also known to be released during the  placement, replacement, and removal of dental mercury amalgam fillings. Essentially, an unsafe amalgam removal process releases mercury vapor and particles that can be harmful to the patient, the dentist, the dental staff, and the environment. In 2008, the European Commission asserted that there is no evidence showing negative effects on the human central nervous system when applying amalgam fillings as reported in previous studies. In 2009, a similar statement was made by the American Dental Association.

From food

Manmade chemicals can be found in 

  • not labeled antibiotic free products

  • not labeled GMO or rBGH meat, eggs or dairy products

  • conventional vs. organic products

  • predators fish e.g. tuna

  • food stored/reheat in plastic containers

  • food wrapped, oven in aluminium foil

  • plastic wraps or canned foods

  • Teflon-coated nonstick pans

  • shopping receipts

  • Do you know that arsenic can be found in some rice or green tea?

  • Do you know that persistent environmental contaminants (heavy metals, toxins) are non biodegradable may be deposited and absorbed into the surfaces of vegetables?

Salmon Sushi Rolls
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From the air

The biggest exposure occurs ​indoors through

  • home renovation with conventional paints, plasterboard, polyurethane, flooring glues

  • pressed wood composites cabinets

  • dust accumulation on furniture, carpets

  • old cracking paints

  • damp, musty areas

  • vinyl, plastic shower curtain liner

 

Are you monitoring the level of VOC and nano particles where you live, where you work?

Do you have a trustworthy air purifier?

​Exposure occurs ​outdoors through

  • vehicles, planes, industries and farms exhausts

From the water

Residues from chemicals, drugs, in municipality and home pipes, in water.

Pipes and Pressure
Paint Cans

From the skin

The toxic load rises when are used

  • conventional chemical glass and surface cleaners

  • standard detergents, softeners

  • conventional dishwashing soap

  • non organic aerosols or sprays

  • no synthetic preservative free agents in fragrances, perfumes, antiperspirant, shampoo, suncream, make-up

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