Toxins are typically metals or chemicals that are used in industry, agriculture, and food processing. Toxins often affect our brain functions including our memory, mood, and response time.
Experts in environmental medicine agree that our bodies are burdened with toxins. While toxins can be harmless in very small amounts, when accumulated in our cells, toxins can cause cell mutation and death. Toxins can be naturally occurring chemicals or manufactured chemicals. When these toxins find their way into our food, water, and air, our bodies often have a hard time breaking them down. Toxins are not often tested for and pinpointed as a cause for illness, and therefore, are overlooked.
Many toxins are neurotoxins which directly inhibit brain function and include monosodium glutamate (MSG) and mercury. Common symptoms of toxicity include: fatigue, headache, joint pain, muscle pain, skin disorders, asthma, and allergies.
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