Heavy Metals

95% of U.S. baby foods contain toxic metals. Here's what parents should know.

  • A new investigation tested 168 baby food products for arsenic, lead, cadmium and mercury, all of which are toxic metals that can damage brain development in infants.
  • Nearly all of the foods tested contained at least one of the metals, and 1 in 4 contained all four metals.
  • The authors of the report recommended five steps for finding alternative baby foods with less toxins.....


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U.S. Food & Drug Administration FDA - METALS

Metals -  such as arsenic, lead, cadmium, mercury and others - are found in certain foods. At high levels, these metals can be toxic, but eliminating them entirely from our food supply is not always possible...

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NAC - A Potent Chelator of All Heavy Metals Plus Numerous Other Health Benefits


Why the FDA does not permit advertising OTC supplements that can detoxify or chelate heavy metals:

"1. What is chelation?

Chelation involves the use of certain chemicals to remove heavy metals from the body.  In medicine, chelation has been used for the treatment of metal poisoning, among other conditions.  All FDA-approved chelation therapy products require a prescription because they can only be used safely under the supervision of a healthcare practitioner." 






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