Did you know that one of the main storage areas for lead is in the bones, where it is stored from early childhood during bone development. With aging and the onset of osteoporosis, blood lead levels begin increasing as it's released from thinning bones. So it's possible for lead toxicity to increase without further exposure to lead. Chelation therapy is critical to reduce the burden of heavy metal toxicity.
Info provided by: The Detox Strategy, by Brenda Watson, CNC
In good health,
Shana Burns, CN