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Paper on Aluminum toxicity

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4202242/

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Aluminum (Al) is the most common metal and the third most abundant element in the earth's crust [13]. However, it seems to have no beneficial role in the biochemistry of any biota [1]. Until the 1820s when the industrial extraction of Al, primarily from bauxite ore [4], made it possible to bring Al into food processing, manufacturing, medicines, cosmetics, vaccines, and other applications, Al was almost completely absent from the biosphere [5].
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There is no biological function that AL is necessary for in the human body.

Any "science" that says AL is safe is speculative at best. Sodium Fluoride is made from AL industrial waste.
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Yep. And Paul Offit continues to use the CHOP web-site to claim that aluminum is needed during pregnancy. http://vec.chop.edu/service/vaccine-.../aluminum.html
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Yep. And Paul Offit continues to use the CHOP web-site to claim that aluminum is needed during pregnancy. http://vec.chop.edu/service/vaccine-.../aluminum.html

Dr. Paul Offit’s Aluminum Deceptions and Academic Misconduct


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In these statements Dr Offit is asserting that aluminum is a nutrient, i.e. a mineral with healthful functions in the human body. This is absolutely false. Aluminum has no healthful function in the body. It is a toxin and a toxin only. The fact that aluminum concentrations increase in the blood and change in some tissues does not in any way mean or suggest that aluminum is doing good or necessary functions. Its just moving around the body as all substances are known to do. Blood lead levels can also increase during pregnancy. Of course, this doesn’t mean that lead is a nutrient or has “an important role” in the development of a healthy fetus. The only role lead plays in a fetus, is causing brain damage. It is the same with aluminum.

These statements by Dr Offit are deceptive and unscientific. Dr Offit is deceiving those that are not well educated in nutrition or medicine. This behavior by Dr Offit is shameful.

What is actually happening with aluminum blood levels during pregnancy is that aluminum is being mobilized from the bone .The bone is storage site for aluminum, just as it is for lead. Toxic metals in bone tend to cause less damage than other places, like the brain. During pregnancy, minerals are drawn out of bones to be used by the developing fetus. This is well known. Consequently, any toxic metals stored in the bone are released as well. Aluminum is stored in the bones and therefore is released by bone de-mineralization. The same thing happens with lead (which is also stored in bone).


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Very good! I was wondering why the aluminum levels fluctuated during pregnancy and that is an excellent explanation and makes sense.
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Wow, not looking too good for Dr. O and CHOP to keep claiming Al is a nutrient.
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They currently sort of skirt the edge by talking about the fluctuating levels during pregnancy. Let me find the exact wording.
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Aluminum quantities fluctuate naturally during normal cellular activity. It is found in all tissues and is also believed to play an important role in the development of a healthy fetus.
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