Then I will give you six tips to help get the lead out.
Studies Show Any Lead in Your Body May be Unsafe In the study I mentioned above, researchers measured the blood lead levels of 13,946 adults who were part of the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey.
They are often scared off by their family doctors who suggest stopping synthetic estrogens and progestins in menopause since they seem to increase cardiovascular and cancer risk in certain groups.That's because we continue to be exposed to lead in our soil and water, as well as from our own bones, where it is stored once it's introduced into our system.Fifty years ago, the average blood levels of lead were about 40 micrograms/deciliter. practicing physician and founder of The Ultra Wellness Center is a pioneer in functional medicine. Hyman is now sharing the 7 ways to tap into your body's natural ability to heal itself.In this study, researchers found that a blood level of lead over two micrograms/deciliter (that's two, not 10 or 40) caused dramatic increases in heart attacks, strokes and death. Intellectual impairment in children with blood lead concentrations below 10 microg per deciliter. In fact, after controlling for all other risk factors, including cholesterol, high blood pressure, smoking and inflammation, the researchers found that the risk of death from all causes in people with a lead level that high increased by 25 percent.