ALUMINUMGetting rid of aluminum and remediating the damage
"The evidence is strong enough that the prudent person will eliminate all food and cosmetic sources of aluminum, and will use aluminum cooking utensils only if they are coated." Gary Price Todd, M.D., Nutrition, Health and Disease, 1985
High fiber diet - Fiber in the diet will bind with aluminum salts and carry them out with your next bowel movement. Apple pectin, for instance is an effective binding agent.
Algin has the reputation of removing heavy metals. Typically, 5 capsules of algin are consumed in the morning and again at noon for 10 days. After another 10 days of rest, repeat the process. Continue for 3 months.
Calcium and Magnesium supplements - They bind with aluminum and will carry it out of the body.
Intravenous chelation? - Several dozen sessions of intravenous EDTA chelation will remove a significant load of metals from the body including obstructive calcum plaques from the arteries. Aluminum is not a "heavy metal." There is some controversy about the ability of intravenous EDTA chelation to remove aluminum.
"Oral chelation" - A serious program of specific nutrients can have a similar effect as intravenous chelation when continued for some months. It is generally believed that oral chelating agents can displace aluminum from tissues.
Lecithin - Bathes and protects the nerves including the brain.
B complex vitamins, especially B6 - are important for removing excess metals from the body.
TOXIC HEAVY METALS: SOURCES AND SPECIFIC EFFECT - Recent studies suggest that aluminum may be involved in the progression of Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's disease, Guam ALS-PD complex, "Dialysis dementia", Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), senile and presenile dementia, neurofibrillary tangles, clumsiness of movements, staggering when walking and an inability to pronounce words properly (Berkum 1986; Goyer 1991; Shore and Wyatt, 1983). To date, however, we do not completely understand the role that aluminum plays in the progression of such human degenerative syndromes.
Chronic aluminum exposure has contributed directly to hepatic failure, renal failure, and dementia (Arieff et al., 1979). Other symptoms that have been observed in individuals with high internal concentrations of aluminum are colic, convulsions, esophagitis, gastroenteritis, kidney damage, liver dysfunction, loss of appetite, loss of balance, muscle pain, psychosis, shortness of breath, weakness, and fatigue (ATSDR 1990). Behavioral difficulties among schoolchildren have also been correlated with elevated levels of aluminum and other neuro-toxic heavy metals (Goyer 1991). And, aluminum toxicity may also cause birth defects in newborns (ATSDR 1990).
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