Aluminium poisoning: should this be allowed in our food and foodstuffs?

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Aluminium poisoning: should this be allowed in our food and foodstuffs?

Post by eddie on Thu Mar 17, 2016 2:08 pm

The primary side-effect or "wake-up call" that indicates aluminum has intoxicated the brain is a very serious condition called HYPERSENSITIVITY. It is progressive, and if it is left untreated it can escalate into irrational anger and displays of violence.

WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF HYPERSENSITIVITY?

*Heightened sensitivity to light or darkness.

*Abnormal sensitivity to hot and cold temperatures.

*An aversion to noise, touch, movement, odors, etc.

*Unexplained feelings of apprehension or uneasiness.

*Feelings of inferiority, embarrassment or shame.

*Feelings of irritability, agitation or annoyance.

Those who are easily frightened or alarmed sometimes become overly disturbed and provoked, displaying irrational outbursts of anger, road rage, bad temper, etc.

In "America's Rage" aired on 48 Hours, November 16, 2000, Dan Rather lamented, "There may be no exit," after assessing the growing problem of anger in America.

RELATED DISORDERS AFFECTING CHILDREN:
-Attention-Deficit Disorder
-Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
-Autism
-Bedwetting
-Dyslexia
-Stuttering
-Etc.

Much much more here:
http://home.earthlink.net/~joannefstruve/_wsn/page3.html
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Re: Aluminium poisoning: should this be allowed in our food and foodstuffs?

Post by eddie on Thu Mar 17, 2016 2:10 pm

THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS MAY CONTAIN TOXIC AMOUNTS OF ALUMINUM:

Foods made with aluminized baking powder*, self-rising flour*, and salt. The following are some of these products:

Microwave popcorn
Salted snacks
Hot cocoa mixes
Coffee creamers
Pickles and relish
*Flour tortillas
*Pizza crust
*Muffins
*Doughnuts
*Cookies
*Pancakes
*Waffles
*Cupcakes
*Cakes
*Baking mixes
*Brownies
*Pastries
*Corn bread
*Banana bread
*Carrot bread
*Dipping batter for fried foods

WARNING: Aluminumized baking powder is now being used in many foods that were formerly prepared without baking powder, such as pizza crust, raised doughnuts, pie crusts, cookies, waffles, prepared meats, cheeses, and other products that were once aluminum-free.


OTHER PRODUCTS CONTAINING ALUMINUM:

Anti-perspirants
Many body lotions and cremes
Most cosmetics
Shampoos and conditioners
Soaps
Suntan lotions
Lip Balm
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Re: Aluminium poisoning: should this be allowed in our food and foodstuffs?

Post by WhoseYourWolfie on Fri Mar 18, 2016 7:46 am

Rolling Eyes

DESPITE suspicions of this so-called "aluminium poisoning" being promoted by various conspiracy, vegan and 'pure food' groups over the past 40-odd years there is still NO actual and substantive evidence to support the current claims...

NOT only is there no evidence available to support the above scaremongering..

THERE IS also zero link with any of those diseases and conditions listed above !

PEOPLE  with less than zero knowledge about health, medical and nutrition issues really shouldn't be presenting lies and opinions as FACTS - as in that above article..

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Re: Aluminium poisoning: should this be allowed in our food and foodstuffs?

Post by eddie on Fri Mar 18, 2016 8:41 am

Wolfie your "knowledge" is as good as Google.
Like everything on here, we can find facts to support both sides of any argument.

I didn't come here and state this as true, I posted it up for discussion.
Rolling Eyes

As with most things health/food, you fail to make any real valid points yet claim to know loads.

So I'll give your posts a miss from now on unless you are polite, and have at least something to back up what you say (that's how you debate.....don't you know....) Rolling Eyes
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Post by eddie on Fri Mar 18, 2016 8:43 am

And going by the list of side-effects...it sounds to me like you've eaten tons of the stuff.
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