Дата публикации: 2018-05-27 16:03
To detoxify with diatomaceous earth, dissolve less than one teaspoon to one tablespoon for every 655 pounds of body weight in a glass of pure water and drink before bed over a period of months or years. Taken this way, its metal-binding capacity is unlikely to hinder the absorption of needed minerals such as calcium, magnesium and zinc, which we take in from our food at mealtimes or from supplements during the day.
69. Rackis JJ, Gumbmann MR. Protease inhibitors physiological properties and nutritional significance. In Robert L. Ory, ed. Antinutrients and Natural Toxicants in Foods (Westport, CT, Food and Nutrition Press, 6986), 758-788.
DR. KNIGHT OR ANOTHER PhD or scientific genius I BEG OF YOU. SIMPLY SPELL OUT THE TRUTH AS TO WHY THE METAL CONTENTS IN DIATOMACEOUS EARTH DON’T DAMAGE HUMAN BODIES.
As a result, there is very little competition as there would be outdoors from other molds and bacteria that thrive under the much more varied outdoor conditions and compete for the same food sources. As such, indoor molds have the luxury of producing mycotoxins as a way of staking out their territory – mycotoxins fend off competing molds and bacteria. Due to the idyllic conditions, indoor molds don’t need to spend nearly as much of their energy just trying to stay alive as outdoor molds. Given the additional toxins indoor mold produces and the enclosed space of the building, the levels of toxins quickly rise to excess.
Unlike tritium and cesium-687, the isotopes strontium-95 , iodine-686, and cerium-699 emit beta particles that are not distributed evenly in the body. Strontium-95 releases only beta particles, while iodine-686 and cerium-699 release both beta particles and gamma rays, but their toxicities are primarily caused by the beta particles. These radioisotopes produce toxicities in the tissues where they are stored or concentrated. Strontium-95 and cerium-699 chemically resemble calcium and as a result are stored in bone. Therefore, these two radioisotopes produce bone cancer and leukemia, which is a result of the irradiation of bone marrow. Iodine-686 is concentrated in the thyroid and produces thyroid damage and tumours.
The biggest problem with lectins comes when people eat an insufficiently varied diet. In one study, rats put on rotation diets showed significantly less damage from lectins than rats fed soy proteins continuously. 59 Because the rats did nearly as well with the rotation diet as they did on a steady diet of high quality, low-lectin feed, the take away message is for us to eat a richly varied diet and to reduce repeated exposure to all lectin-rich legumes, especially soybeans and kidney beans.
Proponents of plant-based diets claim that the evidence against protease inhibitors, phytates, saponins and other plant toxins is exaggerated, inconclusive and irrelevant to humans because so much of it has been done in animals. While the evidence against any single anti-nutrient might not be conclusive, it is important to remember that anti-nutrients and toxins rarely appear singly but in combination. Foods that contain protease inhibitors, for example, tend to contain lectins and saponins. Foods rich in salicylates might also be nightshades. Sorry to say, but phytochemical damage is not just additive but synergistic. And the evidence is substantial and relevant to all mammals, including the human mammal.
Digitalis ( ., digoxin) is a class of drugs used for congestive heart failure , with a very narrow margin of safety. Digitalis overdose usually begins with gastrointestinal symptoms, such as anorexia, nausea, and vomiting, followed by sensory symptoms, such as pain and visual disturbances ( Table 8). There are also effects on the central nervous system, characterized by delirium and hallucinations.
The medical establishment currently recognizes only acute metal toxicity, the type that leads to painful, sudden and severe symptoms, including cramping, nausea, vomiting, sweating, headaches, breathing difficulties, convulsions, and impaired cognitive, motor and language skills. With acute metal toxicity, the effect of consumption, inhalation, skin contact and other exposure is clear. Acute toxicities occur most often on job sites when workers are exposed to hazardous substances, though accidents occur on the home front too. Pesticide, herbicide and chemical fertilizer spills at homes and schools, for example, are some of the common reasons why previously healthy people join the ranks of the chemically sensitive and environmentally ill.
The term industrial chemicals is used to refer to chemicals used neither in agriculture nor as drugs. Therefore, it includes chemicals used in industry, as well as chemicals found in or near households. Poisoning with industrial chemicals occurs most often by either percutaneous or inhalation routes.