PESTS THAT MAKE US SICK - INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY
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The products of industrial chemistry are some of the terrible pests that we come into contact with on a daily basis in one way or another. You don't need to use them in your home to be exposed to them. They can be airborne from surrounding homes, parks, and neighborhoods, located inside or outside your workplace, or landed in any other way.
The most common pests of industrial chemistry:
- Chemical fertilizers
- Other pesticides
- Exposure to any kind of smoke
Let's take a brief look at some of these pests. You can read more about each of these in Anthony William's book Help for the Liver .
DDT, other pesticides and herbicides are the main cause of immune suppression - they weaken people's bodies so that pathogens and pollutants can take advantage of them. Generation after generation, DDT can make members of a family susceptible to the same diseases. So a simple condition that can be cured by detoxification starts to be passed down as a genetic problem that can be much more difficult to deal with.
Although DDT is now in our history, it still haunts us - for example by making our liver hypersensitive (viruses are the other cause of major liver disorders), causing diabetes, enlarging the spleen and heart, causing indigestion, causing migraines and chronic depression , creates skin diseases and disrupts hormones. We are still exposed to DDT as it remains in the environment and enters our food chain.
Fungicides are being used more and more, being sprayed on new clothes and manufactured goods – from jeans to dresses, underwear and outerwear, socks, shoes, furniture, mattresses and blankets. Originally created to remove molds - such as fungi on agricultural crops and those that spread in hospitals, fungicides now have much wider applications. Fungicides have a perfumey scent that is easy to distinguish if you pay attention. Whenever you can wash or dry a new item you purchase, do so.
Fluoride is a byproduct of aluminum that is highly toxic to the liver, causing liver cell damage.
Chlorine is highly toxic to the liver, it lowers the immune function of the organ.You can read more about the group of industrial chemical products causing problems in Anthony William's book Liver Help . Information on how to clear these toxins from your body and heal yourself from chronic diseases, symptoms and conditions can be found in both Helping the Liver and Cleansing for Health .
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