Toxic Metals and Tattoos: A Heavy Decision

Monday, May 19, 2014 12:17:28 PM America/Los_Angeles

hennaRoughly 1 in 3 adults under 35 has a tattoo. While many people consider many factors before getting a tattoo: aethetic, financial, social, cultural, etc. few consider the health implications and risks. In fact, both getting a removing a tattoo can poison your body unless you take the proper steps. Find out how to make sure that your tattoo is an act of self-expression instead of intoxication by folowing the advice of this newsletter from the Nutrikon Wellness Center.

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Metallothionein - The Body's Heavy Metal Guardian

Saturday, May 10, 2014 1:19:14 PM America/Los_Angeles

toxicityWe live in a toxic and polluted world, which contributes to our problem of widespread chronic disease. Our body does have some mechanisms to fight against this toxic bombardment, but these systems require nurturing and support. Among them are the heavy metal binding proteins Metallothioneins. Learn about how they safeguard the body against toxic metals and what you can do to support them in this article from the Nutrikon Wellness Center.

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Chlorella and Cilantro, The Detoxifying Duo

Saturday, June 8, 2013 9:02:47 AM America/Los_Angeles

smogDaily life in this high-tech and industrialized age exposes us to historic levels of toxic heavy metals that are known to cause disease in low doses with chronic exposure. Thankfully, there are two natural nutrients that, in conuction, can help protect the body from accumulating these powerful toxins and safeguard our health. Find out more about Chlorella and Cilantro in this article from the Nutrikon Wellness Center.

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When In Rome, Don’t Drink The Water

Friday, June 10, 2011 12:00:00 AM America/Los_Angeles

Lead has been one of the favorite metals of industry for the last 5000 years of recorded history. It’s chemically stable, it shapes easily, it doesn’t rust, and it can be alloyed with many different metals and adapt to a multitude of uses. Lead has been used in everything from coins, pottery, piping, statues, roofing, paints, and even as a food additive in ancient Rome. 

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