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I have made numerous posts previously regarding the onslaught on heavy metal contamination we are faced with. The majority of this comes from the criminal, undisclosed geoengineering programs directly overhead. If you are still somehow asleep to what is going on in our skies I recommend these websites:(www.geoengineeringwatch.org www.carnicominstitute.org)

I strongly urge each of you to spend time investigating this issue as next to nuclear war and forced vaccination and EMF pollution, this is the single greatest threat to all life on this once thriving planet.

Even “mainstream media” is now having to start addressing this issue, although they’re reporting as if it’s only a “proposal” and not actually fully deployed. To me it’s pretty laughable that after reading their report and then simply looking up into the sky that anyone would be unable to connect the dots on all of this. Ah but alas, there are still a tremendous amount of dumb asses suffering from cognitive dissonance and normalcy bias.

If you’re still one of those then do me a favor. Don’t believe me. Don’t believe anything I ever say. Do however investigate what I’m saying and go get a hair test for heavy metals (see below for more specifics on this). Then maybe you can explain where all of that shit came from if it isn’t raining down on us?

Again I digress.

So let’s talk about solutions as that’s what this is all about anyway.

Heavy metals cause all sorts of diseases. Everything from cancer to Alzheimer’s, which by the way, is now the leading cause of death in the UK.

Again why is this happening? I know the answer but most people don’t even think to ask the friggin’ question let alone do anything about it.

So perhaps that’s part of the reason I’m here. Wake you up and point you towards the light.

There are a variety of things that can be done about this issue. I’m going to break it down into three categories. Daily ongoing detox, moderate detox and heavy detox.

Daily detox is about consuming foods that aid in the removal of heavy metals.

Here is some information taken directly from www.naturalnews.com. All credit for this information is given to them.

Foods that chelate metals

Pectin, found in the rinds of various fruits and vegetables, has been found to chelate heavy metals and other contaminants from the blood stream. These contaminants are then excreted from the system through urination. Good sources of pectin are green apples, cabbage, bananas, beets, grapes, carrots and the pith of citrus fruits.

Cilantro, otherwise known as coriander, is an excellent food for removing heavy metals such as mercury, aluminum and lead from the body. This herb is believed to cross the blood-brain barrier and remove heavy metals from the brain. Taking 400 mg of cilantro a day can pretty much clean heavy metals out of the body in just two weeks, according to Robert C. Atkins MD.

Parsley is extremely effective when it comes to removing mercury from the body. Personally I struggle with the taste of parsley. If it doesn’t bother you then maybe you want to add it to the salad recipe I listed below.

Cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli, kale and cabbage contain antioxidants that increase the production of detoxifying enzymes in the body. Sulfur-rich foods, such as onions and garlic, help the body to eliminate heavy metals such lead. Other sulfur-rich foods, such as cauliflower, eggs, Brussels sprouts, broccoli and cabbage are able to remove some heavy metals from the body.

I like to make an amazingly tasty salad using organic arugula, organic red cabbage and organic cilantro. If you want you can sprinkle some unroasted sunflower seeds on top for a little protein. If you eat meat maybe add some chopped, whole breast organic free range chicken to this as well. The idea is to incorporate these chelating foods into something that you enjoy eating. That way it becomes a part of your regular diet.

For dressing I combine fresh squeezed organic lemon juice with organic extra virgin olive oil. I use a ratio of 2/3 lemon juice to 1/3 olive oil. If that’s to tart try equal parts of both. I then drizzle that on top, toss it all together and viola!

Natural chelating agents include amino acids (remember NAC from previous posts?), obtained from proteins such as eggs and fish.

Protein deprivation has been shown to decrease the liver content of several enzymes the body needs to remove toxins. That’s important to make note of. My diet consists of a lot of raw organic veggies and high protein/ high fat foods. I eat a lot of chicken and unroasted nuts and seeds.

Chlorella is a mild chelator. Chlorella has a three-layered cell wall that contains cellulose microfibrils, which aids in heavy metal detoxification.

Alpha lipoic acid is made by the body and can be found in very small amounts in foods such as spinach, broccoli, peas, Brussel sprouts, rice bran, and organ meats. According to Dr. Lyn Patrick, alpha lipoic acid crosses the blood brain barrier and is able to trap circulating heavy metals, thus preventing cellular damage caused by metal toxicity. You can also buy ALA as a supplement or capsule form (see below).

Sources for this article include:

http://www.naturalnews.com/027434_cilantro_natural_detox.html
http://www.naturalnews.com
http://www.healingnaturallybybee.com/articles/mn16.php
http://www.naturalnews.com/029148_pectin_heavy_metals.html

Now let’s move onto supplementation. Here are some supplements that are mild enough that they can be taken indefinitely without harmful side effects.

This information was taken directly from the website www.howtodetoxheavymetals.com All credit for this information is given to them.

Zeolites:  Minerals suspended in water work by the process of clathration forming an attachment to toxic metals and chemicals with stable bonds. This prevents additional reactions with tissues or organs as the heavy metals are eliminated from the body. Research shows clinoptilolite zeolite selectively binds to toxins including mercury, lead, cadmium, arsenic, radioactive particles, pesticides and volatile organic compounds. The zeolite I recommend has the smallest particle size of any of the zeolites I have seen and therefore the highest detoxing potential. It has also been granted GRAS status by the FDA.

Alpha Lipoic Acid:  This sulphur containing amino acid binds with heavy metals such as copper, iron, mercury and cadmium. Being both water and lipid (fat) soluble it has good bioavailability in the body. This can be taken with synthetic or natural chelating agents.

I recommend taking the supplements listed above daily in addition to the chelating foods I laid out.

Ok now onto the strong chelators. While taking these I recommend that you stop taking the mild chelating supplements. I recommend you take the heavy chelator supplements in “cycles”.

Take them for 2-4 weeks, depending on how your system tolerates them, and then take 6-8 weeks off.

Repeat this cycle as long as you feel necessary.

There are a handful of supplements that I use as strong chelators. EDTA, DMPS and DMSA.

Also I recently came across this supplement. While I have not personally tried it, it contains all of the things that you would want in a chelating supplement.

I recommend that you find a health care practitioner to work with before starting this so that you can have your system tested for heavy metals and get a base line reading. After that have your levels tested every 6-12 months to see how well this program is working for you.

Look for a practitioner that will either do a hair test or a urine test. If you do the urine test be sure that the test given has you give two separate samples. One before, and one after taking a chelating agent that is administered as part of the testing.

Here’s another site for you to take a look at www.removemetals.com

The idea with all of this is to be informed. Learn from all sources and then decide what is best for you.

Be sure to check out all of the hyperlinks I have included in this post and others.

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To Health,

Sean Slavin

rawfood@tutanota.com

-Artwork by Alex Grey-

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