Heavy Metals

Non-Cardiovascular Effects of Toxic Heavy Metals

Table: Noncardiovascular harmful effects of heavy metals. Heavy metal Most affected organs Chronic health effects References Arsenic (i) Central nervous system (ii) Lungs (iii) Digestive tract (iv) Circulatory system (v) Kidneys (i) Cancers (ii) Peripheral vascular disease, which in its extreme form leads to gangrenous changes (black foot disease, only reported in Taiwan) (iii) Skin lesions (melanosis, keratosis) (iv) Hearing loss (v) Reproductive toxicity (vi) Hematologic disorders (vii) Neurological diseases (viii) Developmental abnormalities and ...

By |2021-01-18T08:26:28+00:00June 2, 2020|Heart, Heavy Metals, Research|0 Comments

Edta affinity chart

Affinity Chart for Ca-EDTA Ca-EDTA is more attracted to some elements than others. This is a list of what Ca-EDTA is attracted to, in order of highest attraction to lower. This list was comprised by research published by Saul Green and Wallace Sampson in 2002. From studies, we also know Ca-EDTA has an affinity for Arsenic and Uranium, though we do not know where they fall in the line of affinity. List of Metals ...

By |2021-01-18T08:27:42+00:00May 23, 2020|Heavy Metals, Research|0 Comments

Immune Deficiency and Heavy Metals

Virtually all aspects of immune system functions are compromised by the inhalation of heavy metal particulates. In addition, toxic metals can increase allergic reactions, cause genetic mutation, compete with “good” trace metals for biochemical bonding sites and act as antibiotics killing both harmful and beneficial bacteria. The body has not learned how to dispose of heavy metals, even in very low concentrations, and tends to store them in the lymphatic and circulatory systems, vital organs ...

By |2021-01-18T08:38:32+00:00May 1, 2020|Analysis, Heavy Metals|0 Comments
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