16 janvier 2014

LIVRE "MERCURY POISONING THE UNDIAGNOSED EPIDEMIC" DE DAVID HAMMOND"L'EPIDEMIE NON DIAGNOSTIQUEE DE L'EMPOISONNEMENT AU MERCURE"

A person with an average number of dental amalgams has an intake of 4 – 21 micrograms of mercury per day. (World Health Organization) This means many people with amalgams exceed the EPA limit of 7 micrograms per day for a 70 kg person. If you chew gum or grind your teeth your intake will be even higher. Eating 100 g (3.5 ounces) of tuna adds another 35 micrograms of mercury. The high fructose syrup contained in most processed foods and drinks may also be contaminated. Yet there are no Government warnings about this exposure. ... [Lire la suite]