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Re-Thinking foil & food

September 29, 2018

Re-Thinking foil & food

Aluminium has long thought to be neurotoxic, with evidence showing chronic exposure plays a factor in neurological diseases like Dementia, Parkinson’s & Autism.

A recent case study from Keele in the UK showed high levels of aluminium in the brain of a factory worker dying from Alzheimer’s.
This follows a British women found with high levels of aluminium in her breast tissue after dying from early onset Alzheimer’s.

☠️CONTAMINATION;
Aluminium contamination can be found in a wide range of products INC:
🍼FOODS; baby formulas, processed foods, flour, salt ect.
💉VACCINES; Hepatitis A & B, HPV, ect.
💄COSMETICS; Deodorants, Sunscreen, Toothpaste, shampoo, lotions.
💊DRUGS; Antacids, Analgesics, magnesium stearate.

🥩Red meat cooked in aluminium showed an increase by up to 378% Aluminium.
🍗Poultry increases by up to 214%.
Aluminium levels increase with higher cooking temperatures over longer periods of time.

Eating foods wrapped, cooked or carried in aluminium may pose a health risk in the same way as rubbing or spraying contaminated cosmetics in to you skin.




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