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Cancer and the Aluminium connection

Contributed by The Globalist Report

We are all exposed to a range of cancer causing chemicals and substances unwillingly every day. One substance that the globalists and government don’t want you know about that could be causing you considerable harm and health problems is aluminium. The fact is most people are exposed to aluminium on a daily basis. Very little is publicized about the risks and dangers of being exposed to aluminium and most of us are unaware of how many common products use aluminium as a medium of storage or control.

New research published in the Journal of Applied Toxicology has revealed that long-term exposure of MCF-10A human mammary epithelial cells to aluminium results in anchorage-independent growth, a key hallmark of cultured tumour cells and of cells on the way to malignant transformation. This study also found that shorter (7 days) exposure to aluminium results in diminished cell numbers owing to cellular senescence.

A commonly used house hold product that contains aluminium is deodorant (antiperspirants). The aluminium contaminant found in most antiperspirants is Aluminium Chlorohydrate. A 1990 study discovered an association between exposure to aluminium and long-term use of antiperspirants and Alzheimer’s disease. Observations made indicated a trend toward a higher risk with increasing frequency of use (2). Due to the ease of Aluminium being absorbed through the skin through the daily application of antiperspirants containing high concentrations of aluminium, this type of exposure can increase the risks of being exposed to Aluminium Chlorohydrate well above what would be considered normal.

The effect of aluminium on cellular proliferation and cellular senescence is strikingly similar to that of activated oncogenes, which increases DSBs and cellular senescence by inducing proliferation stress when transfected into normal cells. The study found this effect surprising for aluminium, present in antiperspirants at high concentrations because, presumably, it is considered harmless for the breast area. In contrast to gallium and indium which belong to the same group as aluminium in the Mendeleev Table, they did not induce anchorage-independent growth in MCF-10A cells, showing that the effects reported in this study are specific for aluminium. (1)

Although most of us are exposed to aluminium at home, many are exposed to aluminium during the producing of aluminium products. Aluminium production and metalworking industries have shown consistent elevated risks for pancreatic cancer (3). In Canada, the mortality of a large group of men employed in aluminium production using the Söderberg process was examined between 1950 and 1977, and compared with the pertinent rates for the Province of Quebec. Workers exposed to condensed pitch volatiles exhibited significantly increased mortality from all cancers (304 observed, 246.6 expected), and from oesophageal and stomach cancer (50 observed, 32.8 expected), lung cancer (101 observed, 70.7 expected) and other malignancies (60 observed, 45.3 expected) (4).

OTHER PRODUCTS THAT CONTAIN ALUMINIUM

The number of products that contain aluminium is unbelievable. The globalists and the government don’t want you to know what products contain aluminium. So why is the government and the globalists not advising you, the consumer, of the risks of using products that contain aluminium? The only logical reasons I can think of would be because many of the globalists have vested interests in organisations that produce profitable products that contain aluminium and the government is reaping millions of dollars in tax from the purchase of products that contain aluminium. The following is a list of household products that the globalists and the government don’t want you to know that contain aluminium.
Anti-perspirants
Antacids
Many body lotions and creams
Most cosmetics
Shampoos and conditioners
Soaps
Suntan lotions
Lip Balm
Processed cheese
Baking powder
Cake mix
Frozen dough
Pancake mix
Self-raising flour
Pickled vegetables.

Also, the following food additives contain aluminium compounds. They are E173, E520, E521, E523 E541, E545, E554, E555 E556 and E559.

Aluminium salts are also found in many common medicines.
Antacids
Anti-diarrhoea products
Anti-haemorroid preparations.
Vaccines

Please note, if your doctor has prescribed the above three medicines, please do not discontinue using them. Speak to your doctor at your next appointment and ask if there are any suitable alternatives.

OTHER RISKS

The risk of developing breast cancer from excessive use of aluminium is also evident. A study published in 2003 by the European Journal of Cancer Prevention found a correlation between earlier diagnosis of breast cancer and antiperspirant deodorant use (5). A 2003 study also indicated “underarm shaving with antiperspirant deodorant use may play a role in breast cancer (5).

Thankfully, the link between breast cancer and aluminium is not conclusive and still needs considerable research to be conducted. A 2004 study reviewing the evidence for and against the possible link between breast cancer and underarm cosmetics wrote “Although animal and laboratory studies suggest a possible link between certain chemicals used in underarm cosmetics and breast cancer development, there is no reliable evidence that underarm cosmetics use increases breast cancer risk in humans (6).

SYMPTOMS OF OVER EXPOSURE TO ALUMINIUM

The fundamental problem we all face is that the many symptoms of aluminium poisoning are usually associated with other illnesses. This therefore poses a risk to the identification and causes of many illnesses. Symptoms of over exposure to aluminium can be:
Colic
Rickets
Gastrointestinal problems
Interference with the metabolism of calcium
Extreme nervousness
Anaemia
Headaches
Decreased liver and kidney function
Memory loss
Speech problems
Softening of the bones
Aching muscles

HOW TO REMOVE ALUMINIUM FROM YOUR BODY

There are many options available if you would like to remove heavy metals such as aluminium from your body. One recommendation I would first suggest would be to visit your local Naturopath. Your local Naturopath would have a good understanding of what foods are ordinarily consumed were you live and the local remedies that are available. Common foods that can be used to detox heavy metals are as follows:
Chlorella
Lemon Juice
Apples
Soaking your feet with Epsom salts and sea salt (1/2 cup each).
Turmeric
Garlic
Fish Oil
Vitamin C
Kelp
Ionic Foot Bath
Modifilan
Chelation Therapy – EDTA, DMSO, etc. Chelation can be done by IV, orally or by suppository.
Detox clay bath
Malic acid – in supplement form or just eat apples.
Magnesium – helps shut out aluminium from cells. Works hand in hand with malic acid.
Eat sulphur-rich foods such as eggs, cabbage, beans and onions.

CONCLUSION

The risks associated with being exposed to aluminium regularly outweigh the cost of avoidance. This harmful product is found in our food, medications and cosmetics. Over exposure can increase the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease and various other illnesses. The best way to reduce the risk of being over exposed to aluminium is to avoid it all together. What the globalists and our government are doing here is exactly the same as what they did with the use of BPA in children’s products. I encourage you to begin making the necessary changes to your daily routine to eliminate this heavy metal from your body. We are already over exposed to many heavy metals and poisons and this is one that can be easily eliminated.

Cited Sources
1.Sappino, A.-P., Buser, R., Lesne, L., Gimelli, S., Béna, F., Belin, D. and Mandriota, S. J. (2012), Aluminium chloride promotes anchorage-independent growth in human mammary epithelial cells. Journal of Applied Toxicology
2.Graves AB, White E, Koepsell TD, Reifler BV, van Belle G, Larson EB (1990). “The association between aluminium-containing products and Alzheimer’s disease”. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 43 (1): 35–44
3.Andreotti, G. and Silverman, D. T. (2012), Occupational risk factors and pancreatic cancer: A review of recent findings. Molecular Carcinogenesis, 51: 98–108
4.Gibbs, G.W. (1985) Mortality of aluminum reduction plant workers, 1950 through 1977. J. occup. Med., 27, 761-770
5.McGrath KG (December 2003). “An earlier age of breast cancer diagnosis related to more frequent use of antiperspirants/deodorants and underarm shaving” (PDF). European Journal of Cancer Prevention 12 (6): 479–85
6.Gikas PD, Mansfield L, Mokbel K (September–October 2004). “Do underarm cosmetics cause breast cancer?”. Int J Fertil Womens Med 49 (5): 212–4
7.(7Detox Central, http://www.detox-central.com/aluminum-detox.html, visited Thursday 26 January 2012

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