Toxic metals

Anatori Sealife Comments 0 11th April 2019

We are constantly exposed to toxic metals and the symptoms produced from long-term, slow accumulation of them in the body are many and varied.  Symptoms may not appear until later in life.  They affect many biochemical processes and disrupt metabolism.  Mercury, cadmium, lead and arsenic are known to be particularly insidious.





Canned foods, foil, white flour, parmesan cheese, antacids, table salt, processed cheese, medicines containing kaolin, buffered aspirin, anti-perspirants, tap water, food additives, some infant formulas, cow’s milk, baking powder, pickled foods, toothpaste, pesticides, cookware, cooking utensils, toothpaste

Memory loss, seizures, learning impairment, Alzheimers, insomnia, poor concentration, tremors, encephalopathy, depression, anxiety, dementia, calcium and phosporus metabolism disturbances leading to osteomalacia and osteoporosis


Insecticides, paint, weed killers, drinking water, bleach manufacturing, non-organic wine, wallpaper, glass, coloured chalks, wood preservatives, rat poisons, household detergents, carpets, ceramics, sewerage disposal, curtains, car exhaust fumes, meat and fish treated with pesticides or antibiotics (for parasites etc), copper-smelting factories and soil from surrounding area and downwind (sometimes for hundreds of miles)

Degeneration of nerves in hands/feet leading to numbness, tingling and burning, drowsiness, liver damage, hair loss, anaemia, inflamed upper respiratory tract, poor memory and concentration, peripheral vascular disease, fatigue, dermatitis, head pain, irritability, liver damage, seizures, muscle tenderness, kidney damage, anorexia, anxiety


Paints (artists/commercial/industrial), coloured plastics, fertilisers, antiseptics, soil and air around industrialised areas, dental materials, refined foods, fish/shellfish, meat (liver/kidney), poultry, fungicides, cigarette smoke, petrol, sewerage sludge, waste incineration, coffee, refined grains, dairy products, solder, landfills, batteries, evaporated milk, cola drinks, marijuana, motor oil, rubber carpet backing

Foetal growth retardation and developmental abnormalities, learning disabilities, zinc deficiency, emphysema, poor scores on intelligence/achievement/verbal tests, predisposition to lung and prostate cancers, possible predisposition to benign prostate hypertrophy, immuno-suppression due to white blood cell impairment – increased susceptibility to bacteria and viral infections, high blood pressure


Paint chips, dust in and around homes and buildings, lead-based paint, solder, leaded glass, leaded petrol, pottery glaze, plumbing (lead soldered pipes), batteries (production and burning), ashes and fumes from burning oil-paints, inks, food packaging, soil and air around industrial areas, sewerage sludge, drinking water, newsprint, dyes, mascara, hair dyes

Psychological/emotional/behavioural problems (eg depressions, hyperactivity), slow neurological reflexes, fatigue, anaemia, vertigo, nausea, decreased memory and learning ability, poor intelligence and school achievement, colic and abdominal cramping, immuno-suppression (decreased resistance to bacterial and viral infections)


Silver amalgam fillings, wood preservatives, fish and shellfish (especially tuna), fungicides, fabric softeners, sewerage sludge/disposal, mercurial diuretics/ointments/antiseptics, floor waxes and polishes, some cosmetics, cinnabar (used in jewellery), film, photo engraving, contact lens solution, industrial wastes, paints, felt, tattooing, plastics, some vaccinations, adhesives, laxatives, psoriatic ointments, skin-lightening creams, body powders/creams

Psychological/emotional disturbances such as apathy, depression, irritability, anxiety and insomnia, cognitive impairment (poor memory, learning and concentration), neurological symptoms (tremors of the eyelid, tongue, lips and extremities, seizures, loss of co-ordination, numbness, tingling) gastrointestinal complaints, irregular heartbeat, chest pains, high blood pressure, immune suppression leading to yeast overgrowth and viral/bacterial infections, predilection to auto-immune diseases, birth defects, stillbirths, miscarriage, infertility, disorders in the mouth (excess salivation, swollen tongue, ulceration, burning sensation in mouth or throat, bleeding gums, erosion of teeth)


Tobacco smoke, electronic devices, hydrogenated oils, air/water/soil in and around industrial areas, steel/metal alloys (jewellery, prosthetics), dental work and bridges, hydrogenated fats, stainless steel cookware

Contact dermatitis, eczematous dermatitis



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