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December 8th 2017: Toxins: Cause of Disease

Toxins are a major contributor to most chronic diseases. In history, there is the example of Mad Hatters Disease caused by mercury, and the fall of the Roman Empire has been attributed to lead poisoning. In 2010 there were 80,000 chemicals on the market. Very few of these were tested for safety. The exposure to toxins starts at an early age. Babies have been found with up to 200 chemicals in them before birth. Each year 6.5 billion pounds of chemicals are dumped into the air. These toxins have an adverse effect on our health and on our metabolic pathways. They can clog the liver, bl

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Dr. Joseph Pizzorno, ND is a world leading authority on science-based natural medicine, a term he coined when founding Bastyr University in 1978.
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2630/occupy-health 29/11/2021 02:00 29/11/2021 03:00 Occupy Health https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2630/occupy-health Toxins are a major contributor to most chronic diseases. In history, there is the example of Mad Hatters Disease caused by mercury, and the fall of the Roman Empire has been attributed to lead poisoning. In 2010 there were 80,000 chemicals on the market. Very few of these were tested for safety. The exposure to toxins starts at an early age. Babies have been found with up to 200 chemicals in them before birth. Each year 6.5 billion pounds of chemicals are dumped into the air. These toxins have an adverse effect on our health and on our metabolic pathways. They can clog the liver, block insulin receptor sites, damage genes, undermine DNA repair and recovery, contribute to inflammation blood sugar problems, mitochondrial disorders, immune issues, and hormonal imbalances. Children are particularly susceptible during the window during which the brain forms and the interconnecting neurons develop. VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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