Wanted to give you a quick tip on the toxic metal aluminum that may save your life one day…
Most likely — you are ingesting aluminum, which is 100% toxic to your body.
It can and will kill you (slowly) unless you STOP ingesting this harmful metal starting TODAY. You still have time to reverse any damage you have done.
This is a tip that you MUST NOT ignore.
I don't want you to have brain degeneration, cancer, alzheimer's, or even skeletal deformities.
And I think you'll agree — no one wants anything bad to happen to them, their family (especially children), and their friends.
Do You Use Aluminum Pots and Pans When Cooking?
If you ever cook acidic or salty foods (fruits, veggies, vinegar, eggs) in aluminum based pots or pans, you are most likely causing this toxic metal to be dissolved in your food.
And what if the restaurant you are eating at is using aluminum pots and pans to cook your food? There's another reason to stay away from restaurants.
If you are using aluminum pots and pans, that so-called healthy food you just cooked up to use with the WLC System is now not only unhealthy but could lead to serious health issues.
Aluminum is definitely toxic to the human body, and you will definitely take some in if you are cooking with aluminum pots and pans.
Storing foods in aluminum containers will also lead to higher intake of the toxic metal!
So it's not just cooking with aluminum — it's storing your food in aluminum containers as well.
And especially watch out for alumnium foil when covering your foods!!!
If you use foil when cooking on your grill, you might want to think twice about that. If you use foil to wrap your baked potatoes, would definitely STOP doing that as well. I would stop using aluminum foil altogether.
So What If I Am Ingesting Aluminum? What Will It Do To Me?
Research has linked aluminum with Alzheimer's disease and many scientists believe that aluminum from cookware contributes to other diseases as well.
Large amounts of aluminum have been found in the brains of Alzheimer patients.
Aluminum is poisonous to the nervous system with a range of symptoms that include nervousness, memory loss, sleep problems, emotional instability, impaired intellect, and headaches.
This toxic metal can can lead to muscle aches, speech problems, digestive issues, lowered liver function, lowered kidney function, colic, anemia, and more!
Too much aluminum in your body can stop the body from digesting and using phosphorus, fluoride, and calcium.
This will prevent bone growth and even reduce your bone density.
I know you don't want that as you grow older. And I know many people in my own life that have bone issues as they are growing older. It's not fun. And I personally believe that aluminum intake is one of the leading causes.
Aluminum can actually force calcium out of your bones, which can and will result in weakness and deformation in your bone structure — in other words, too much aluminum can cripple you.
As you can see…
You definitely don't want to be taking in too much aluminum. You need to reduce the amount you are taking in using every method possible.
How Else Am I Ingesting Aluminum?
There are numerous sources of aluminum that you come into contact with each and every day.
Aluminum is everywhere around us. It's in our food supply, water supply, products we use, and in our soil.
If I were a betting man, I would bet 100% that you're taking in aluminum from food, water, other drinks, and other products you use on your body like deodorant.
- digestive aids
- hemorrhoid medicines
- over the counter medications
- buffered aspirin
- diarrhea medicines
- hygeine products
- women's personal hygeine products
- pots and pans
- food storage containers
- aluminum foil
- stainless steel cookware
- food additives (processed foods)
- fast food cheeseburgers
- baked goods
And I'm sure I've missed some of the sources of aluminum in the list above.
But as you can see, I would almost guarantee you are currently ingesting too much aluminum into your body each and every day.
And it's not just from the food you eat…
It can be from your deodorant, anti-perspirants, medicines, and other things. It's time to make sure you limit your exposure to aluminum.
What About Stainless Steel Cookware???
You may have noticed stainless steel cookware in the list above, or maybe you didn't.
But I wanted to make sure you did because stainless steel cookware can also add aluminum to your food.
Stainless steel is made by bonding stainless steel with layers of aluminum. Testing has showed that traces of aluminum will begin to enter your food from using stainless steel cookware.
So be careful with stainless steel as well!
Here's What To Do Next…
You MUST reduce your exposure to aluminum. It's an absolute must if you want to feel better and prevent any future health issues.
In order to do so, take these steps:
- Replace aluminum or stainless steel cookware with steel cookware coated with enamel. Cast iron skillets are great but only the ones that don't have non-stick surfaces. Never get any cookware with non-stick surfaces as the material is probably toxic to your body.
- Never use aluminum foil for storing or wrapping foods. And definitely don't use with foods that are hot. It's best to probably avoid altogether.
- Avoid baked foods that are not made at home. If made at home, ensure you do not use ANY ingredients that contain aluminum. Check all ingredient labels for the foods that you buy.
- Reduce or avoid eating out at restaurants as most food you will get will be filled with aluminum, but you never know. And the restaurant might find it weird that you ask or they may not even be aware of this fact. You could try asking them, though. Most likely, they are using aluminum or stainless pots and pans. Or they might even be using non-stick surfaces to cook as well. You could also avoid cooked foods at restaurants. Salads are a good example.
- Start looking at all products you buy. Check the ingredients list. Make sure they do not contain aluminum at all. Avoid the ones that do like the plague.
- Avoid processed cheeses. This means every piece of cheese that you would get at ANY fast food restaurant.
- Avoid all soft drinks BUT especially the ones in aluminum cans.
You can always get a blood test at your doctor to check your aluminum levels. If you're worried at all, see your doctor.
The best thing you can do, though, is to become more aware of everything that comes into contact with your body as well as everything that you put inside your body. This is VERY important!
Why Take A Chance? You Can Change This!
You now know that aluminum is toxic to your body. You also learned that you are probably ingesting too much aluminum each and every day — and that means today!
So why take a chance any longer?
Don't permanently damage your body because of too much toxic aluminum within your body.
Make sure you aren't cooking your foods, storing foods, or doing anything with aluminum cookware. Make sure you aren't using any products that contain aluminum.
Aluminum pots and pans may look nice, shiny, and stunning in your kitchen but you don't want to take a chance and begin ingesting a toxic material.
And remember that cooking with stainless steel pots and pans can also lead to more aluminum within your body.
Cast-iron skillets are a good choice and enamel coated steel is also a good choice.
Please share this with your family, friends, and others you care about. They need to be aware. Help them improve their health. You can't give a better gift.