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Do You Have Undiagnosed Lead Poisoning?

Nowadays, you can’t buy a home without it being checked for lead.

But boy, oh, boy… it didn’t used to be that way.

Our childhood homes were riddled with the stuff – lead pipes, lead paint, toys with lead, and more.

But we survived it, right?

Maybe not.

New research is showing that lead exposure can kill us decades down the road.

You may have high lead levels now that have never been diagnosed.

Here’s how to protect yourself and your loved ones from this frightening health risk.

New research has revealed that lead exposure can result in hardened arteries, high blood pressure, and coronary heart disease.

Even if you’ve been out of a toxic environment for years.

Even if you were only exposed at low levels.

This latest study, published in The Lancet Public Health Journal, analyzed data from more than 14,300 Americans (all of whom had undergone a blood test for lead).

Researchers looked at medical records spanning more than 20 years, and what they found was disturbing to say the least.

People who’d been exposed to low levels of lead… even if that exposure occurred years ago… were more likely to develop fatal diseases and die sooner.

Lead author Dr. Bruce Lanphear said the study called into question whether there’s ANY safe level of lead exposure… EVER.

And while there’s less lead around now than there used to be, we’re still exposed through food, industrial emissions, lead batteries, and more.

Your first step should be to ask your doctor for a lead test – they’re cheap, easy to do, and can give you some peace of mind.

And to reverse any damage already done to your body, you can try chelation therapy.

This intravenous treatment binds to the heavy-metal toxins in your bloodstream, helping to remove them.

Visit this online registry to find physicians near you who offer chelation therapy.

Fighting For Your Health,

Susan White
Executive Director, Alliance For Advanced Health