Your MRI is POISONING You! (Here’s What to Do)
Millions of MRIs are being performed every year… on millions of unsuspecting victims.
That’s right: victims.
The federal government has known for YEARS that toxic dyes in MRIs are slowly poisoning us.
They can even cause everything from Alzheimer’s to cancer.
Now, governments around the world have begun cracking down on poisonous MRIs.
But not the United States.
Here’s what you need to do to keep yourself… or someone you love… from becoming the next MRI victim.
Health agencies around the world are banning the contrast dyes used in many MRIs.
Some entire countries are banning the dyes.
But – surprise, surprise – there’s been nothing but radio silence from the good ol’ FDA.
Instead, here in the U.S., millions of patients continue to be given toxic dyes every year.
You see, the contrast agent used for many MRIs contains the heavy metal gadolinium.
And despite what we’ve been told for years, gadolinium does not simply leave your body after the MRI.
Gadolinium pools in your brain, your skin, and your bones. It can then cause cancer, Alzheimer’s and other neurological disorders, and even a rare skin condition called nephrogenic systemic fibrosis.
And, trust me, the FDA is doing NOTHING to protect us.
Rather than ban or even limit the use of these dyes, the FDA has been twiddling its thumbs for more than a decade on the issue.
All they’ve done is add a warning label to the packaging that patients never see.
I mean, just think back to your last MRI – did anyone show you the packaging for the contrast dye?
Of course not!
It’s crazy… and real people just like you are being hurt.
If you or a loved one is scheduled for an MRI, don’t let them inject you with dye containing gadolinium. Specifically ask if the dye has gadolinium.
If the technician can’t offer an alternative dye, it is your right to refuse the scan until they can.
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