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Mercury Poisoning: The Undiagnosed Epidemic Paperback – January 2, 2014
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David Hammond does go into aluminum use that I liked. Aluminum is pervasive in our society from cooking items to medicines and vaccines.
I stopped using anti-antiperspirants several years ago. The FDA requires them to contain aluminum. Why take a chance?
I guess I was expecting more personal experience than I have so far found in the book. Maybe that comes later?
I am up to Chapter 19 so far.
I had a hard fall just over a year ago. I am sure the supplements I have been taking saved me from at least a broken wrist. As it is, it took the better part of this year to get back to almost full function of that hand. Please ignore those who tell us that supplements only create expensive urine.
Let's face it, we are exposed to myriad toxins in our modern environment, but mercury is one of the most dangerous. It magnifies the effects of other toxins as well due to "synergistic toxicity" as the author explains.
Clearly written, well documented, and easy to read -- David Hammond has provided an important resource and guidepost for those of us dealing with Mercury exposure. As compelling as I found each chapter, I still had to put the book down frequently to consider the implications, and deal with my own upset regarding the exposures and effects I have endured.