Heavy Metals in Common Foods—How Detox Products Can Help
Heavy metal toxicity and other toxic residues can remain in the body for years, affecting health negatively. A detox product or "detoxifying lifestyle" are what experts today recommend.
It’s perhaps one of the best-kept secrets of the food industries in the United States and abroad—heavy metals right in the foods consumers are buying, eating, and feeding to their children.
The primary concern with heavy metal toxicity is that the organs, tissues, and cells of the body begin to harbor the metals, not unlike fat stores harbor THC before someone has cleansed with a detox product to help them pass a drug test. But what about a cleanse or detoxification diet for heavy metal toxicity?
Experts in the arenas of body cleansing and naturopathy have in the past turned to rapid detox methods—the thinking was that a quick cleanse was needed because heavy metals are so dangerous it’s important to make every effort to remove them as quickly as possible.
But more and more, just as those looking to clean other toxins out of their bodies, doctors of Eastern medicine and similar schools of thought are changing their thinking. To wit, what is now being referred to as “detoxifying lifestyle” or permanent detox product use is the new way to remove high levels of drug residues and heavy metals.
“As the public at large begins to choose healthier lifestyles overall, and as acceptance of marijuana legalization becomes more widespread, Americans need options in detox products now more than ever. It’s really not fair that something as dangerous as heavy metals are hanging out in the food we eat—never mind the fact that the GMO labeling initiatives weren’t passed into law last year,” says Dave Dawkins of PassADrugTest.com.
A lifestyle of detoxification means a lot of different things, but primarily, the goals are relatively simple. The idea is to avoid foods and food containers that contain heavy metals, such as canned goods, heavily refined foodstuffs, and food that has undergone a great deal of processing. Experts suggest using water filtration to keep heavy metal toxicity at bay, as well as making vitamins C and E staples of a daily detox diet. According to a report from India.com, including foods high in selenium and adding flaxseeds or flaxseed oil to common dishes is also a great way to stave off the negative impacts of heavy metals, and help remove them more expeditiously from the human body.
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