Between eating unhealthy foods, exposure to harmful environmental factors, and a host of lifestyle situations that vary from person to person, it’s not a surprise that dangerous heavy metals are lurking in our bodies. There are tons of reasons for this build-up of toxins in our system: continual indulgences in junk food diets, living in an area with poor air or water quality, engaging in habits like smoking, and of course, the fact that the likes of cancer-causing herbicides like Roundup are being used on area playgrounds and public spaces, are just a few of the contributing factors.
Health Ranger Mike Adams, who runs a heavy metals analysis science lab, is an expert on the topic of heavy metals. He notes that the “… rise in the concentration of toxic substances in our environment and foods” contributes to clinical mental insanity.
He feels that factory farming, where animals are fed poisonous chemicals and then their feces is recycled in the soil that grows food that humans eat, is also a main driver behind all of this toxicity. He writes, “To my horror, I’ve come to the conclusion … that humanity is driving itself insane with relentless chemical contamination and heavy metals pollution that’s driving human minds to clinical madness.”
How heavy metals hurt your body
Our bodies are therefore filled with toxins. Emotional problems, mental deterioration, brittle bones, heart disease and cancer are a few of the problems associated with such toxicity.