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Thursday, October 15, 2015

Toxic minerals Cadmium, Lead and Mercury;

Sources of toxic minerals, adverse effects of poisoning;

Industrial pollutant adverse;

Since the beginning of the industrial era, toxic minerals are part of man's daily life. Certain nutrients can help the body cope moderate exposure.

  Sources of Cadmium:

  1. The main sources are smoking, nickel-cadmium batteries, fertilizers rich in phosphates, and water corroded pipes. 
  2. Intoxication can promote high blood pressure, atherosclerosis, stroke and bone pain.
  3. To protect part from these evils, it is good to have a diet rich in zinc and vitaminC.

The adverse effects of lead:

  1. This metal is more easily assimilated by inhalation and by ingestion. 
  2. Pollution, smoking, lead paint and varnish are primarily responsible for its presence in the body. 
  3. Often irreversible, intoxication or poisoning causes an hyperactivity in children, mental disorders, decreased fertility, hypertension. 
  4. Some nutrients like calcium, zinc, copper, vitamin A, and vitamin C help reduce these effects.

 Industrial pollutant harms:

  1. Significant industrial pollutant, mercury can contaminate lakes, oceans and the animals that live there. 
  2. It is also found in insecticides, antifungal, and some dental amalgams. 
  3. Poisoning causes fatigue, nervous disorders, and severe birth defects in pregnant women. 
  4. The protective nutrients are selenium and vitamins A, B, C, and E.
The Main Aim◄►Health For All ☼ Clean Environment!

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