Heavy metals should be released through normal bodily functions and organs, such as the liver, kidney, skin and lungs. However, due to mineral deficiencies, stress, high acidity, and other life factors, heavy metals become stored in your body.

Why heavy metals build

Pregnancy breastfeeding, menopause (male and female), hyperthyroidism, hypermetabolism, and stress are examples of life changes and health issues that release stored heavy metals from your bones into your blood.

Metals, such as lead, mercury, and aluminum accumulate in your bones and are stored there for decades.

Acidic pH scores reveal that heavy metals are not eliminated properly.

… and continue to build

The skeletal system contains 95% of the body’s total lead.

The medical profession is recognizing more and more how significantly infants, children, and adults are suffering from the toxic poisons of various metals, e.g., mercury and lead.

“Exposure to mercury fillings results in symptoms of chronic toxicity, not acute poisoning”, writes Charles Williamson, M.D., co-director of the Toxic Studies Institute in Boca Raton, Florida.

When you free your cells of poisonous metals, your cells can function properly, your body can heal itself, and you will feel good physically. To create long-lasting results, you need to address the core cause of your health issues. Your lifestyle choices such as diet, nutrition, exercise, sleep, hydration, and routine cleansing are all health-creating activities.