Various toxic metals are in our environment and can produce a slow degeneration of our nervous system which includs damage to the brain. There are several different types and kinds of toxic metal elements. The toxic effects of aluminum, however, is one we run into quite ofter in this modern day. Aluminum is the third most common element on earth. It has been associated with dementia and brain inflammation. It therefore puts us at risk of neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) or Lou Gehrig’s disease.

 In addition to a multitude of packageing sources using aluminum, we also find it in our drinking water from the environment. Environmental sources containing aluminum, including drinking waterand thousands of products are made from aluminum all the way from the engine in your car to the packaging for the food you eat. If you check the ingredients on medications, you will see that most contain an aluminum additive as well.

Some of the main food source containing aluminum have been baking powder. Biscuits, pancakes, and most baked goods. However, you can buy aluminum-free baking powder, but that version is rarely used by food processors. Salt also has contained added aluminum to prevent caking, but it has been removed from most brands recently. Sea salt, however, still contains some aluminum toxic metal elements.

 Aluminum is found in some natural products, such as black tea, have very high aluminum levels. The tea plant selectively extracts the aluminum from the soil and concentrates it in the leaves. Green tea has far less aluminum, and white tea has very little amount.

 One of the main food source for aluminum is soy products. Soybeans naturally have a very high aluminum levels along with high glutamate levels. Clever marketing campaigns have led many Americans to consume massive amounts of soy, including the most commonly used formula for babies which has been one of our concerns at the VAHL CHIROPRACTIC WELLNESS CENTER.  As bad as we consider this, soy also has very high manganese levels and fluoride levels, both known neurotoxins. So soy foods and drinks have quite a neurotoxic mixture: aluminum, glutamate, fluoride, and manganese.

 Importantly, even the American Academy of Pediatrics expressed concern about the neurotoxic level of some of the metals in soy baby formula. Studies that looked at aluminum absorption in babies exposed to aluminum found that infants absorb a considerable amount of aluminum from ingested products.

 As you can imagine, a great number of processed foods, medications, and drinks are loaded with aluminum. And because aluminum is added to drinking water, our plant foods are accumulating (bioaccumulating) the aluminum, so that over time the levels will continue to rise, just as we have seen with fluoride levels in food and drinks.

 You need to be aware of this and to remember that it is important to check all labels on foods and medications. If you see aluminum, don’t buy the product and if its a medicine,  ask you doctor if there is a non aluminum substatute. If not you can look for a natural remedy if one exists. You may even be better off using the natural remedy rather than the medication. reduce inflamation,

The following natural substances can reduce inflammation and remove harmful metals from the body.

• Bee Propolis: Several studies have shown that bee propolis, a flavonoid-rich resinous substance, that bees collect from tree buds, can counteract the damaging effects of aluminum. Mice and rats given aluminum plus propolis or propolis alone demonstrated an elevation in antioxidant enzymes and a return to normal blood lipid profiles. Propolis has also been found to have powerful anti-inflammatory properties.

• Ascorbic Acid: In New Zealand study, male rabbits were given aluminum chloride and varying doses of ascorbic acid (vitamin C). Researchers found that vitamin C significantly reduced the level of free radicals generated by the aluminum and returned total lipid and cholesterol levels to normal.

• Chelators: A chelator which is a substance used to remove excess metal from the body. The traditional pharmaceutical treatment for aluminum overload is desferrioxamine, a chelator that is administered either intramuscularly or via IV. Unfortunately, this can cause painful swelling at the site of the injection and has a number of serious side effects.

A newer agent, called Feralex-G, appears to be superior and can be taken orally. Newer studies, have shown that unlike most other aluminum chelators, Feralex-G can remove aluminum that has bound to the cell nucleus. Aluminum tightly binds to the nucleic acid of DNA. This causes much of aluminum’s toxicity.

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Combining vitamin C with Feralex-G significantly improves chelation removal of aluminum from the cell nucleus.

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  1. Joann Kilgallen
    Joann Kilgallen says:

    Can you give me specific information on where I can go to order Feralex-G?
    Do you have a website where it can be ordered from? Thank you very much
    for your assistance.

    Joann Kilgallen


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