5 Foods That Help You to Detox from Harmful Heavy Metals
Look around and you’ll find them everywhere. After all, metals are a part of our lives. They’re used in shipping, in the battery industry, in the steel industry, in metallurgy, and even in some insecticides, which in turn are used irregularly by many farmers.
Have you ever heard of heavy metals?
Heavy metals are considered one of the silent, invisible evils to our bodies. In most cases, they don’t cause symptoms when they first come into contact with the body, unless it’s an acute poisoning.
However, since they cannot be synthesized or destroyed, they accumulate in the cells and cause serious effects on our health.
Heavy metals are present in food, contaminated water, and even in the air. In small amounts, they don’t cause major health complications.
Recently, medicinal herbs have attracted the attention of researchers as a possible treatment for heavy metal poisoning because they cause fewer side effects.
A study published in the Journal of Herbmed Pharmacology examined the potential of some foods and medicinal herbs to treat heavy metal poisoning.
Want to know what they are? Watch the video to learn more!
If you want to help your body eliminate these harmful, unwanted substances, you should include more of these foods in your diet.
00:37 Heavy metal poisoning symptoms
01:24 How to remove heavy metals from the body
01:59 Milk thistle
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