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Our Top 11 Tips to Help Your Body Naturally Detoxify from Heavy Metals

Our Top 11 Tips to Help Your Body Naturally Detoxify from Heavy Metals
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Heavy metals are found naturally in our earth and its soil, but they have also become more prevalent in modern society due to human interaction such as mining, industrial waste, agricultural runoff, lead acid batteries, occupational exposure, paints, and more.

Heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium, arsenic, chromium, thallium, aluminum and lead can cause toxicity in the human body, leading to a variety of brain, body, and behavioral issues, as well as a myriad of health issues, which are often mis-diagnosed or attributed to other factors. 

This can cause symptoms to linger, and treatment to be delayed.

Removal of heavy metal toxins can help to boost your immune system, improve brain health, revitalize body function, as well as alleviate other negative symptoms that may be due to heavy metal toxicity.

Read on to learn more about heavy metal toxicity and how to free your body of these toxins.




What do Heavy Metals Do To Us?

The negative symptoms and effects of heavy metal poisoning appear in many different shapes and sizes. Healthcare professionals believe that abnormally high levels of heavy metal toxicity can be found in children on the autism spectrum, those suffering from ADHD/ADD, cancer, and more.

Those suffering from adrenal issues, weight loss issues, thyroid issues, or skin issues (such as eczema or acne) may also have high levels of heavy metals in their body.

Low energy and fatigue, imbalance in the immune system, fibromyalgia, IBS, dementia, and alzheimer's can all be associated with heavy metals poisoning.

In general, symptoms can range to all aspects of life.



How Are Humans Exposed to Heavy Metal Toxicity?

There are many ways that heavy metal toxicity can occur. This includes occupational hazards in industries like mining and construction, through objects such as toys, or materials such as paint and batteries, and can even be passed down by birth if the mother has a large concentration of heavy metals.

Furthermore, heavy metals may be consumed in our daily diets. While some processed foods contain these toxins, heavy metals are also found in our soil and therefore can be found even in plants and vegetables.

In one way or another, nearly all people have had some exposure to heavy metals, regardless of life choices or occupation.



Top Ways to Naturally Detoxify

Although avoiding exposure is nearly impossible, there are many ways to combat negative effects. Here are our top 11 recommendations:


  • Chlorella

  • Chlorella is a single cellular algae with the richest stores of chlorophyll found in the plant kingdom. When taken in a powder or in tablet form, Chlorella is useful for removing heavy metals, especially lead and mercury. 

  • Charcoal

  • Charcoal is very important in first aid! Charcoal is often used for poisoning victims. Often derived from coconut husks, Charcoal is full of carbon to remove toxins and poisons from the body. 


  • Shilajit
  • This powerful adaptogen is widely used in Ayurvedic medicine to boost overall health. Similar to charcoal, Shilajit includes a lot of carbon, but is also a chelator (meaning “grabs” or “binds”) of heavy metals. Shilajit is formed by the organic decomposition of plants and materials over thousands of years, primarily found in the Himalayas.


  • Fulvic Acid
  • This organic acid delivers nutrients to the body and removes toxins. Fulvic acid can be taken in liquid or powder form and is derived from Shilajit or Humic material


  • Cilantro

  • This powerful, leafy herb is amazing at detoxifying mercury from the human body. Eat cilantro, take in tincture form, or make a raw juice with ingredients such as Celery, Cucumber, Parsley, Carrots, and Cilantro.


  • SBOs (Soil Based Organisms)
  • Soil Based Organism (SBO’s) are probiotics that help break down junk in the body and facilitate elimination of heavy metals. SBO’s do this for plants in the natural world, and they do the same for your body! SBO’s are effective at removing heavy metals from the body, primarily through the bowel.


  • Clay 
  • Clay is a detoxifier. Absorbs and adbsorbs toxins. It acts as a toxin sponge and a toxin magnet. Some indegenous cultures ate the minerals found in clay. This also is used in animal to remove parasites from their bodies.


  • Bone Broth
  • A powerful superfood that helps to detoxify and rehydrate the body. Bone Broth helps to do both at the same time. Glycine, as well as other amazing minerals, in bone broth helps the liver to detoxify.


  • Milk Thistle
  • This plant is considered one of the most popular liver detoxifying herbs. Creating and drinking a Milk Thistle seed tea or concoction will support the liver and naturally removing heavy metals. The liver works to break down heavy metals to smaller particles for our body to then get rid of these toxins in a more manageable fashion. Milk thistle helps to promote this process.


  • Broccoli Sprouts
  • Broccoli sprouts contain a variety of wonderful ingredients that are considered anti-cancer and powerful for the liver. Eat in salads, as is, or juice the sprouts.


  • Chelation Therapy
  • Chelation Therapy is a very effective way of treating heavy-metal poisoning. The process begins with injecting EDTA (ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid) into the bloodstream. EDTA then “grabs” onto heavy metals in the body, allowing them to be removed.


    Always tell your doctor if you are thinking about combining an alternative therapy with your conventional medical treatment.

     **This blog is for informational purposes only, always seek medical advice from a professional.**


    *Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Pyradyne products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.



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