Lead Sources

Foods: Canned foods and water if transported in lead pipes Other Sources: Vehicle emissions, lead-based paint, water pipes, lead-glazed pottery, toys, eyeliner and other cosmetics, air pollution, ammunition, contaminated soil, hair dyes, insecticides, pesticides, solder, and tobacco smoke. Mining and smelting of lead. Of 275 hazardous substances at toxic waste sites, Lead rankS number 2 for risks to people around those sites. Continue reading

Alert: Protein Drinks Contain Poisonous Heavy Metals

Consumer Report purchased 15 protein powders and drinks and tested multiple samples of each for arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury. The results showed that all 15 protein drinks contain poisonous heavy metals in considerable amounts.  The levels in three products were of particular concern because consuming three servings a day could result in daily exposure to arsenic, cadmium, or lead that exceeds the limits proposed by USP. +++ Which Protein Drinks Contain Poisonous Heavy Metals? … Continue reading

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