How Toxins Could Affect Our Quality Of Life
Toxins poison enzymes so they don't work properly
Toxins displace structural minerals, resulting in weaker bones
Toxins damage the organs
Toxins damage DNA, which increases the rate of aging and degeneration
Toxins modify gene expression
Toxins damage cell membranes so they don't respond properly
Toxins interfere with hormones and cause imbalances
Toxins impair your ability to detoxify
Minerals and Anti-oxidants are necessary for the proper functioning of the body. Accumulation of toxic metals can lead to health risks.
A primary contribution where Minerals (macronutrients and micronutrients) have a key role in the proper functioning of the body. A daily intake of nutritional
supplements are essential since the human body is unable to synthesize them itself.
Therefore, a deficiency in trace elements and minerals is one of the major factors of poor performance, tiredness, vulnerability to stress, decreased concentration or intellectual capacity, etc. It is, therefore, important to control the mineral level in the body to be able to anticipate the associated risks.
A new public health issue where studies by the WHO or FAO have highlighted the increasing dangers of massive exposure to toxic agents. Transmitted by air pollution, ground
water and soil, food, and especially on mercury fillings, etc. Contamination is becoming increasingly dangerous and unavoidable involving health risks.
Toxic metals cause oxidative stress.
Oxidative Stress & Free Radicals
It is to apprehend for better aging where oxidative stress is a type of agression of the cell components by free radicals.
Oxidative stress is responsible for aging and many other diseases. And as for free radicals are molecules produced in small amounts by the body. These free radicals are very reactive substances, capable of damaging the components of the cells (enzyme proteins, lipid membranes, DNA). Their production is particularly stimulated by the exposure to sunlight (UV), tobacco, pollution, pesticides, etc.