Common Sources of Lead Toxicity
canned fruit and juices
lead-glazed earthenware pottery
vegetation grown near roads wine
Lead poisoning is often only diagnosed during the time that lead is actively being actively absorbed. Why? Because 30 days after the exposure to lead has ended, nearly all of the lead is stored away in the bone marrow. Testing the bone marrow for lead is an expensive process that can be hard to get insurance companies to pay for. Unfortunately, this means that the lead will not show up on a hair analysis a few months after exposure as well. Therefore, taking a close look as your past exposure to the sources and your current expression of the following symptoms may be your best chance to determine if you are experiencing lead toxicity. If you decide that this is your situation, consider our total body cleanse process as a way to eliminate the lead from your body!
Symptoms of Lead Poisoning:
blood pressure problems
loss of coordination
joint stiffness and discomfort
kidney damage and failure
muscle aches and weakness
weakened immune function
Lead Poisoning Related Topics
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