Does Exposure To Aluminum Cause Alzheimer's Disease?
It seems to make life so much easier to line the bottom of the baking dish, potatoes for baking, corn for grilling, and all sorts of other food in aluminum foil, right? And seriously, who doesn’t lick the aluminum foil top when you take it off the coconut yogurt? It seems like every easy-to-use, nonstick pan has aluminum in it. Plus, it’s nearly impossible to get a can of soda pop, beer or snarling water without aluminum. It’s true, using aluminum makes day to day life easier. But does it make life better?

According to the Agency for Toxic Substances & Disease Registry (ATSDR), research studies “show that people exposed to high levels of aluminum may develop Alzheimer’s disease”. Further, aluminum has been linked to: kidney disease, bone disease, brain disease and lung problems. Plus, the nervous system is a real target for aluminum. 
What To Do About Aluminum Toxicity
When it comes to toxic exposure, a little personal responsibility goes a very long way in keeping doctor’s visits to a minimum. So what does that mean in practical life? It means that once you understand that the potential for harm is greatly increased by day to day choices, you (I dare say, we all) have a responsibility to your body and your future self, to choose wisely. That means asking tough questions before buying baking pans or even just preparing a simple meal. I am not suggesting that anyone can avoid all the health risks in the world, or that there is any fault to assign if you run in to a serious diagnosis. What I am suggesting is that when steps are taken to minimize the risks, there is less chance of future consequences. 
How Much Aluminum Exposure Is Too Much?
Right about this point in many conversations I have, someone will say, “I’m sure I’m not even exposed all that much to aluminum toxicity” If that is your thinking too, I want to take this opportunity to remind you of the warning the Ghada Bassioni, Associated Professor and Head of the Chemistry Department, Ain Shams University issued after doing original research to get the important answers, “But most people are exposed to and ingest far more than this suggested safe daily intake. Aluminium is present in corn, yellow cheese, salt, herbs, spices and tea. It’s used in cooking utensils, … as well as in pharmacological agents like antacids and antiperspirants. Aluminium sulfate, which is derived from aluminium, is used as a coagulant during the purification process of drinking water.”

How To Recognize The Warning Signs For Aluminum Toxicity Influence
Bodies are amazing, complicated mechanisms. I find that when thinking through a health related issue, it is best to think of the body as a collection of systems. It is so easy to become overwhelmed by the details of anatomy and see potential health risks as unrelated to each other just because one takes place in the brain and another that’s place in the foot. They do seem unrelated. But when you overlay the twelve systems of the human body, often you can see connections very clearly. For instance, “brain disease” includes Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis. These are all neurological diseases. When we say “brain disease” it is merely describing the location of the disease. But when they are referred to as neurological disease, there is information about what system of the body is being impacted. And systems have far greater influence than a simple body part.

You may be asking yourself why this even matters. Well, it matters because left unrestrained, memory-issues are precursors to disease, and “that weird thing that happened when I couldn’t remember that word I know really well” can be a precursor to “memory-issues”. But, it can also be a precursor to a hand tremor, which seems totally unrelated until you remember that they are both being impacted by the nervous system.
Why Wait For Aluminum Toxicity
That’s the big question isn’t it. The whole concept of knowing the warning signs of any potential health problem means that, for some reason, we are going to continue behavior we know to be really high risk (like wrapping the potato in aluminum foil and cooking it, or using antiperspirant with aluminum in it, until we see that it is a problem. The big problem with that thinking is, by the time you see an effect, there is already damage throughout the body. Why not act proactively with a one-two punch. One: avoid all the high risk activities you can. Two - detox your body naturally and regularly so there is no toxic build up in any of your systems.

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About The Author
Donnalynn Riley is a Health Coach, Quantum Biofeedback Specialist and food entrepreneur. Her primary purpose is to bring ease and joy into the world through powerful programs designed to address body, mind & spirit. Happy Body, Happy Family, Happy Work-life, Happy Play-life, Happy Spirit!
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