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How we assess for lead and mercury toxicity

Toxic metals can affect your health in many ways. Toxic metals can affect your nervous system (altering neurotransmitters and linked to autism and alzheimers); kidney function (leading to hypertension, decreased detoxification, hormone imbalances); hormonal systems (disrupting function of the thyroid, pituitary, thymus, adrenal glands, gynaecological balance and fertility) and immune function (leading to autoimmune issues, allergies, and skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, scleroderma). The 2 most common heavy metal toxicities are Lead and Mercury. Below is a list of toxic metals and the various conditions they have been associated with. Aluminum: incoordination, poor memory, depression

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