Joined: 26 Sep 2008
|Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 3:34 pm Post subject: Toxic
|The bottom line is that we need to handle the reasons the body becomes acidic and there are some things that can be done. Its not only the poor nutrition but the constant bombardment of the body by pollutants and poisons, chemicals that we either ingest, breath or put into our body daily..
Daily poisons that bring about acidity
Have you looked at the chemicals that you put in your body. Read the labels on the processed foods we eat. aspartame, phosphorus (as in soda), caffeine (binds up calcium so it can't be used in the body). They and others create an acidic state in body.
We are daily bombarding the body with poisons.
Clothing, towels and bedding washed with this chemical retain it in the fabric. Our body's are wrapped in underwear and clothes impregnated with chemicals. When we take a bath and have open pores we dry ourselves with towels laden with chemicals. We wash dishes with these chemicals. Carpets are cleaned with chemicals, glass windows and doors, floors that baby's crawl on.
Many people exercise, follow a good diet, take nutritional supplements, control stress and do detoxification regimes, but they don't look at the chemicals that they're exposed to or using such as household cleaners, personal hygiene products, at home and in the work place.
Look at what your using and see how many products contain any of these chemicals (there are more but below are the most prevalent)):
Sodium Lauryl Sulfate - known to be carcinogenic - found in toothpaste, shampoo... etc. etc.
Cocaminde DEA - know to be carcinogenic to animals - found in even the "natural" soap powders because its made from coconuts??,
Propylene Glycol - this is in antifreeze - implicated with contact dermatitis, etc.
Phenol - coal tar, causes nausea, convulsions, coma, etc.
Iodopropynl Butyl Carbamate - adversely affects liver, etc.
Organophosphate is an insecticide actually used to kill spider mites from agricultural fields. Farmers, their families and pets are warned to stay out of a sprayed field for a minimum of forty-eight hours. So why is this vigorous insecticide in our laundry powder?
Blue #1, Yellow #5, and Red #40 - all coal tar derivatives.
How do we get these chemicals into our system - we brush our teeth with them, wash our face with them, they are found in our deodorants They are found in hairspray, perfumes, makeup and cleansers, moisturizers, etc. etc. We dry clean our clothes in them. .
Even common soap is made from cattle and pigs (animal fats). The antibiotics, hormones etc.. that are in the animal systems are then transferred into your body system. In addition, your skin also can get plugged up using these animal fats and cannot get rid of wastes through this system of detoxification - the skin.
The products with chemicals in them are very easily assimilated into the person using them. Deodorant's chemicals are very easily to absorb into the lymphatic passages and to your body's systems. Aluminum can get into the brain since it can pass the blood brain barrier - and aluminum products researchers say may cause Alzheimer's. The more "natural" deodorants have propylene glycol in them and that is a petroleum product found in many products including makeup.
We are all related!