Autoimmune Diseases and Chemicals


Autoimmune Diseases and Chemicals / Reduce the amount of chemicals you are exposed to, today.

Toxic Metal Exposure

Some Scientist say, An estimated twenty-five percent of us have some form of heavy metal poisoning. Studies have shown that exposure to toxic metals such as mercury, cadmium, lead, arsenic, aluminum, nickel and other heavy metals can be linked to autoimmune disease: The heavy metals induce auto antibodies, which then create autoimmune diseases.

Toxic Chemical Exposure

Toxins such as pesticides, solvents, chemicals, even household cleaners and hair dyes are being implicated in autoimmune diseases. Unfortunately, these toxins are everywhere, and they greatly increase the risk of all diseases on earth in general.

Stress and Trauma

Many people have noticed a direct link between a major stressful life event and the development of an autoimmune disease six to twelve months later. Severe Stress is a risk factor for the development of all major diseases, including heart disease and cancer.

Our thoughts and feelings have a direct impact on our immune system. Loneliness is now recognized as the number one predictor of disease due to its immune suppressing action. Laughter and feelings of happiness, on the other hand, increase and enhance the actions of our immune cells.

Nutritional Deficiencies

A Poor diet is an important factor in autoimmunity because poor nutrition compromises the immune system. Processed foods are loaded with chemicals, hormones, steroids, trans-fats and sugars, which promote the creation of free radicals in the body, which in turn damage the cells. Dr. Edelson's Theory on What are the Causes of Autoimmune Disease

Some scientists feel that autoimmune diseases might be caused primarily by a combination of genetics and environmental toxins. Heredity predisposes you to developing an autoimmune disorder, and environmental toxins trigger the conditions into being. So for instance some people who are genetically predisposed to autoimmune disorders do not develop autoimmune conditions, and not everyone who is exposed to environmental toxins develops these conditions either. But the COMBINATION of heredity and environmental toxins, as well as a stressful life event may be all that is needed.

  Some scientist, feel that if a person is exposed to environmental toxins over long periods of time, this creates an enormous amount of free radicals in the body. These free radicals then alter the body's pH (which must be kept constant). An altered pH allows viruses, bacteria, candida and other pathogens to thrive, which then sets the stage for more free radicals. The free radicals damage the cells, making it impossible for the cells to communicate with each other. Autoimmunity results when the immune system attacks the damaged cells.

We hope this info just helps you make good decisions for you and your family.


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