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Leach Aluminum from Your Body: Drink Silicon-Rich Water

water_droplet_on_leafDr. Christopher Exley has dedicated his life to the study of aluminum, and is a world-recognized expert. His enthusiasm for the subject is infectious, which makes the video below fascinating and educational.

Aside from that, Dr. Exley also discusses how aluminum can easily be leached from the body—and it’s amazingly simple. Drink silicon-rich mineral water!

The silicon information is near the end, but please watch the entire video. He discusses aluminum in the context of pharmaceutical drugs, vaccines, deodorant, sunscreens, and antacids. You’ll never take another antacid!

The video is a lecture given by Dr. Exley at the Vaccine Safety Conference on 4 November 2011. (You’ll see glimpses of Barbara Loe Fisher.) He focuses on what is known, and what is not known, about the effects of aluminum on the body. Towards the end, he explains that silicon can act to leach aluminum from the body, and that drinking silicon-rich mineral water can do the trick. He’s careful to point out that he isn’t a doctor and that no formal studies have been done. Nonetheless, he has experience of anecdotal evidence that indicates its effectiveness.

In the video, Dr. Exley states that the brand name Volvic is the most silicon-rich brand he’s aware of. It’s common in the UK, and most assuredly is not one of the more expensive varieties. However, if you choose to buy it, be sure not to purchase one of their flavored waters, which can contain a host of nasty ingredients, including sucralose, acesulfame K, potassium benzoate, and that hider of nasties, “natural flavour”.

Dr. Chris Exley’s Aluminum in Vaccines Lecture [51:01]

You may also be interested in reading the associated article,
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