Common Sources of Lead Toxicity
canned fruit and juices
lead-glazed earthenware pottery
vegetation grown near roads
In the early stages of lead poisoning, a person may appear to be completely normal. In fact, it is often only diagnosed when lead is actively being absorbed. Why? Because the body has to keep the blood clean of poisons that will kill you. As such, nearly all of the lead is stored away in the bone marrow, hair, and other places. In the end, it takes the body about 30 days to hide the lead.
With this in mind, blood test will not have significant amounts of it. A hair analysis will show the lead much longer. Then it will now show it either. In contrast, testing the bone marrow would accurately identify the lead as long as it is in the body. However, this is an expensive process. Indeed, it can be hard to get insurance companies to pay for it. Therefore, you may have to determine if you have lead toxicity for yourself.
What do you do if you think you have lead poisoning?
In fact, taking a close look as your past exposure to the sources of lead poisoning may help you decide if you may have it. You may also take a close look at your current expression of the lead poisoning symptoms below. If you decide that you have lead poisoning, see your physician. Hopefully, your physician will be able to help to your satisfaction. However, if they don’t, consider our total body cleanse process as a way to eliminate the lead from your body! This process is a form of dermal chelation. It is a simple and non-invasive way to remove the poisonous substance from your body. Indeed, we can help. For instance, we can test the resulting detox water for lead. In this way, we may be able to confirm or subside your suspicions.
Lead Poisoning Symptoms:
blood pressure problems
loss of coordination
joint stiffness and discomfort
kidney damage and failure
muscle aches and weakness
weakened immune function
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