BEWARE This Heavy Metal May Be Hiding In Your Food

Dr. Livingood
20 Jan 202413:12

Summary

TLDRThe video script reveals alarming findings of heavy metals in popular fast food chains, including Pizza Hut, KFC, and Chipotle. It highlights the presence of cadmium, lead, and arsenic in various meals, linking these toxins to serious health issues such as Alzheimer's, ADHD, and fatty liver disease. The narrative emphasizes the importance of clean animal meat sources and avoiding rancid oils, offering practical advice on making healthier fast food choices.

Takeaways

  • πŸ” Fast food meals from 20 different chains were tested for heavy metal content, revealing concerning results.
  • πŸ₯© Animal-based products are the main culprits behind heavy metal buildup due to the accumulation in the food chain.
  • 🌿 The study highlights the importance of clean sources of animal meats to avoid excessive heavy metals intake.
  • 🌑️ Heavy metals like cadmium, lead, and arsenic were found in alarming levels in various fast food items.
  • 🍟 Notably, 100% of the tested samples contained high levels of cadmium, with Chipotle's carnita bowl having the highest.
  • 🍟 In-N-Out Burger's fries had 1.8% higher levels of cadmium than the EPA limit for drinking water.
  • πŸ₯¦ The study suggests that the way animals are raised, including their diet and environment, significantly affects the heavy metal levels in the meat.
  • πŸ” Chicken, particularly from KFC, and Chipotle's fried chicken breasts were among the better options in terms of heavy metal content.
  • 🍚 Panda Express's orange chicken and white rice contained high levels of arsenic, advising to skip the rice for a healthier option.
  • 🚫 The use of rancid oils (like soybean, canola, and vegetable oil) in cooking is discouraged, with healthier alternatives like coconut and olive oil recommended.
  • 🩺 Heavy metal exposure can lead to various health issues, and functional medicine tests can help identify and address these problems.

Q & A

  • What is the main concern discussed in the transcript about fast food?

    -The main concern discussed in the transcript is the presence of heavy metals in fast food items from various popular chains, which can lead to health issues such as Alzheimer's, Dementia, and other serious conditions.

  • Which heavy metals were found in the fast food meals tested?

    -The heavy metals found in the fast food meals tested include cadmium, lead, arsenic, and mercury.

  • What are the potential health risks associated with the buildup of heavy metals in the body?

    -The potential health risks associated with the buildup of heavy metals in the body include Alzheimer's and Dementia, calcified blood vessels, increased stroke risk, fatty liver disease, and other systemic problems.

  • How does the food chain contribute to the accumulation of heavy metals in fast food?

    -The food chain contributes to the accumulation of heavy metals in fast food because humans are at the top of the food chain. We consume animals like cows, chickens, and pigs that have ingested grass or grains with heavy metals, which accumulate in their bodies and ultimately end up in our food supply.

  • What is the significance of the way animals are raised in relation to heavy metal content in their meat?

    -The way animals are raised is significant because the use of hormones and the feed they consume can affect the level of heavy metals in their meat. Pasture-raised animals that can roam and eat naturally are likely to have lower levels of heavy metals compared to those raised in confined spaces and fed with potentially contaminated feed.

  • Which fast food item was found to have the highest level of cadmium?

    -The Chipotle Carne Asada Bowl with everything on it was found to have the highest level of cadmium among the tested fast food items.

  • What is the recommended approach to reduce the intake of heavy metals from fast food?

    -The recommended approach to reduce the intake of heavy metals from fast food includes choosing items that are lower in heavy metal content, avoiding foods with high levels of certain heavy metals like cadmium, and opting for pasture-raised and hormone-free animal products.

  • What is the role of linolic acid in the context of the transcript?

    -Linolic acid, when used in the context of the transcript, refers to rancid oils such as peanut, canola, and vegetable oils. These oils, when used for cooking, especially frying, can increase the levels of harmful substances in the food and contribute to health issues.

  • How can one identify if they have a heavy metal problem?

    -A heavy metal problem can be identified by consulting with a functional doctor who can perform a hair test to detect the presence of heavy metals like cadmium, lead, or mercury. Symptoms such as nausea, diarrhea, abdominal cramping, neurological issues, and developmental disorders can also indicate a potential heavy metal problem.

  • What are some healthier alternatives to rancid oils mentioned in the transcript?

    -The healthier alternatives to rancid oils mentioned in the transcript include coconut oil, olive oil, and avocado oil, which are more stable and less likely to go rancid when heated.

  • What are some fast food items that scored better in terms of heavy metal content?

    -Some fast food items that scored better in terms of heavy metal content include the fried chicken breast at KFC and the chicken sandwiches and nuggets at Chick-fil-A, although the latter was noted to have a higher level of hormones.

Outlines

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πŸ” Fast Food's Hidden Dangers: Heavy Metals

This paragraph discusses the presence of heavy metals in various fast food items from popular chains. It highlights the research that tested 42 different fast food meals from 20 different restaurants for heavy metals. The speaker warns about the health risks associated with the accumulation of heavy metals like mercury, cadmium, lead, and arsenic in the body, which can lead to serious conditions such as Alzheimer's, dementia, and fatty liver disease. The main concern is the bioaccumulation of these metals in the food chain, with humans at the top consuming the highest concentrations. The paragraph emphasizes the importance of choosing clean sources of animal meats and being aware of the potential health impacts of consuming fast food regularly.

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🚨 Alarming Levels of Cadmium and Lead in Fast Food

The second paragraph focuses on the specific heavy metals cadmium and lead found in fast food items and their potential health effects. Cadmium, highlighted as a problem in various fast food samples, is noted for its carcinogenic properties and toxic reactions even at low levels. The paragraph mentions the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) limits for cadmium in drinking water and contrasts it with the levels found in fast food, such as Chipotle's carnita bowl and In-N-Out's french fries. Lead is discussed as a neurotoxin that can cause developmental issues in children, with high levels found in Sonic's cheeseburger. The speaker advises on how to make healthier choices when eating at fast food restaurants, such as avoiding rice at Panda Express and being cautious with items that have high cadmium and lead content.

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πŸ₯— Navigating Fast Food Choices: Arsenic, Linolic Acid, and Detoxification

This paragraph delves into the presence of arsenic in fast food items and its unacceptable levels in many tested samples, with a focus on Panda Express's orange chicken and rice. The speaker also addresses the issue of linolic acid, a rancid oil found in many grains and cooking oils, which can lead to health problems when consumed in excess. The paragraph provides advice on how to mitigate the risks associated with heavy metals and rancid oils by choosing certain fast food items over others and by adopting healthier cooking practices at home. The speaker also suggests visiting a functional doctor to test for heavy metal exposure and undergoing detoxification processes if necessary, emphasizing prevention through informed food choices.

Mindmap

Keywords

πŸ’‘Heavy Metals

Heavy metals refer to dense metal elements that are naturally occurring in the earth's crust. In the context of the video, they pose a health risk when found in high concentrations in fast food. The video mentions specific heavy metals such as cadmium, lead, and arsenic, which were found in alarming levels in various fast food items, linking them to serious health conditions like Alzheimer's, dementia, and fatty liver disease.

πŸ’‘Fast Food

Fast food refers to food that is prepared and served quickly, typically through a restaurant's drive-through or take-out service. In the video, fast food is the main focus, with various popular chains being discussed in relation to the presence of heavy metals in their meals. The narrative warns about the potential health risks associated with consuming these meals regularly.

πŸ’‘Bioaccumulation

Bioaccumulation is the process by which toxins, such as heavy metals, accumulate in the tissues of organisms as they move up the food chain. In the video, this concept is used to explain how humans, being at the top of the food chain, can accumulate harmful substances in their bodies by consuming animals that have ingested contaminated feed or water.

πŸ’‘Cadmium

Cadmium is a toxic heavy metal that can cause serious health problems when it accumulates in the body, including kidney damage, bone loss, and increased risk of cancer. In the video, cadmium is identified as a significant contaminant in fast food samples, with the highest levels found in Chipotle's carnita bowl and In-N-Out's french fries.

πŸ’‘Lead

Lead is a highly toxic heavy metal that can cause a range of health problems, particularly in children, including developmental delays, learning difficulties, and behavioral problems. In the video, lead is discussed as a contaminant found in various fast food items, with the potential to negatively impact cognitive development and overall health.

πŸ’‘Arsenic

Arsenic is a poisonous element that can have severe health effects, even at low levels of exposure. Long-term exposure to arsenic can lead to skin conditions, cardiovascular diseases, and various types of cancer. In the video, arsenic is noted as a pervasive contaminant in fast food, with 177% of the items tested showing high levels of this dangerous element.

πŸ’‘Hormones

Hormones in the context of the video refer to synthetic substances used in animal farming to promote growth and increase efficiency. These hormones can end up in the human body through the consumption of meat from treated animals, potentially leading to health issues such as hormonal imbalances and increased cancer risk.

πŸ’‘Rancid Oils

Rancid oils are oils that have gone through oxidation, becoming spoiled and potentially harmful to health. They can lead to inflammation, cellular damage, and various health issues when consumed. In the video, the consumption of rancid oils, such as those found in fried foods at fast food restaurants, is discouraged in favor of healthier oil options like coconut and olive oil.

πŸ’‘Functional Medicine

Functional medicine is an approach to healthcare that focuses on identifying and addressing the root causes of disease. It often involves comprehensive testing, including hair analysis, to detect imbalances and contaminants like heavy metals. In the video, functional medicine is presented as a way to diagnose and treat heavy metal toxicity.

πŸ’‘Detoxification

Detoxification is the process of removing toxic substances from the body. In the context of the video, it refers to the medical treatment for heavy metal poisoning, which can involve specialized procedures to eliminate these harmful substances and mitigate their health effects.

πŸ’‘Pasture-Raised

Pasture-raised refers to animals that are raised on a natural diet in an open environment, typically allowed to roam and forage. This method of animal husbandry is considered more natural and healthier than industrial farming practices. In the video, the speaker advocates for consuming meat from pasture-raised animals to avoid the intake of heavy metals and hormones.

Highlights

Research reveals heavy metals in 42 different fast food meals from 20 popular fast food chains.

Heavy metals are linked to serious health conditions like Alzheimer's, Dementia, and increased stroke risk.

Bioaccumulation of heavy metals in the food chain is a major concern, with humans at the top consuming the highest levels.

Animal-based products are the main source of heavy metal buildup, emphasizing the need for clean sources of animal meats.

100% of fast food samples tested contained alarming levels of cadmium, a highly carcinogenic metal.

In-N-Out Burger's french fries contained 1.8% higher levels of cadmium than the EPA allows in drinking water.

Jack in the Box fries had 97% higher levels of cadmium, and Chipotle's carnita bowl had 2,000% more.

Lead, even at low levels, can cause developmental issues and learning problems in children.

Sonic's cheeseburger contained 92% higher levels of lead than the EPA limit for drinking water.

177% of fast food items tested had high levels of arsenic, with Panda Express Orange Chicken and White Rice topping the list.

Panda Express had 362% higher arsenic levels than the EPA drinking water standard.

Avoiding certain fast food items, like rice at Chipotle, can significantly reduce heavy metal intake.

Properly sourced, pasture-raised meats can help reduce the risk of heavy metal consumption.

Heavy metal exposure can be tested and assessed by functional medicine doctors through hair analysis.

Symptoms like nausea, diarrhea, and neurological disorders may be linked to heavy metal buildup.

Chick-fil-A's chicken sandwich and nuggets scored well for lower heavy metal content but had higher hormone levels.

Dunkin's glazed donut contained lower levels of heavy metals but had high sugar and rancid oils.

Making informed choices about fast food consumption and opting for healthier, cleaner alternatives can improve overall health.

Transcripts

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beware of what is hidden in fast food

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joint Foods some of your favorites from

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Subway to Chick-fil-A to Pizza Hut to I

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got my hands on some more research

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breaking down and the actual test

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results of heavy metals hiding in 42

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different fast food meals 20 different

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fast food joints I'm talking about

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breaking down for you the pepperoni and

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cheese pizza at Pizza Hut to the KFC

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fried chicken breasts to the Panera

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Bread deli ham sandwich the Chipotle

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burrito bowl the Duncan fast food

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breakfast sandwich the uh Burger King

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impossible Burger the Subway cold cut

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combo or the Chick-fil-A chicken

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sandwich or the McDonald's Big Mac all

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of them tested for heavy metal contents

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this is going to shock you a buildup of

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heavy metals in your body not a good

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idea a lot of different foods have heavy

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metals they naturally occur in nature

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certain foods are a little bit higher

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than others but these shame on these

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fast food joints are ending up in your

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body by eating this food regularly this

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is part two of this little series I'm

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breaking down for you so let's dive in

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let me show you exactly what I found

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with it the link of heavy metals to

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these I've been linked to Alzheimer's

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and Dementia conditions they've been

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linked to making the vessels more

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calcified and the blood heavy which can

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create a lot of buildup in the liver

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high fertin levels which can lead an

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increased stroke risk let alone cause

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fatty liver disease so this is very very

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important to be addressing overdoing

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heavy metals can create a lot of

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problems in the system they are coming

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from fast food joints which not only

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don't have a lot of nutrients in them

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they're not showing a lot of benefit the

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main CIT behind this is the buildup of

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these heavy metals in animal based

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products I'm not condoning going

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vegetarian I'm saying we just need clean

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sources of animal Meats because I always

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say you're not what you eat you're what

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you eat at and the major major problem

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is that building up the bio accumulation

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of the food chain you're at the top of

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the food chain and you eat the cow or

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the chicken or the pig and then they eat

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a grass or a grain that has accumulated

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things in nature and it works its way

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down or a fish that then eats a smaller

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fish that then eats some form of um

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shrimp or crustation that then needs

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some form of bottom feeder and in the

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bottom feeders the bottom of the chain

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is where these heavy metals sit I'm

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talking Mercury I'm talking cadmium I'm

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talking lead and I'm talking arsenic too

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much of any of those major major

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problems Mercury the second most toxic

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substance known to man arsenic something

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you don't want to mess with but a lot of

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times are given to our livestock

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specifically given to chickens in order

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to make them grow faster it is in their

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feed I worked on a chicken farm dirtiest

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job I've ever done by the way catching

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thousands of chickens each night that

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was my first job I got paid a little bit

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of cash I liked that as a 14-year-old

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and I was able to get my hands dirty in

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Iowa earn a little money and eventually

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pay for my very first car a 1989 Honda

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Acra by the way so digging into this how

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the animal is raised very very important

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we've talked about hormones we've talked

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about pesticides you can see part number

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one of this this series but now we're

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digging into the actual test results of

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the heavy metals let me show you the

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data here it is so breaking this down

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tons of your favorites Pizza Hut Taco

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Bell KFC In-N-Out Burger Panera Jack in

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the Box Chipotle Popeyes Sonic Little

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Caesars Duncan Panda Express Dairy Queen

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Wendy's Domino's Burger King Starbucks

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Subway Chick-fil-A McDonald's and Arby's

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if you live off that stuff pay attention

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to this they tested them for multiple

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different heavy metals arsonic Mercury

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and Lead as I said 100% of the fast food

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samples cuz they did usually two

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different orders of common foods at each

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of these joints they found that 100% of

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the food samples contain alarming levels

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of cadmium right here cadmium you can

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see this is highlighted in the light

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orange meaning we got a problem we have

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a problem and they're very very high the

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highest being that chipotle Carn B with

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everything on it I'm going to show you

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how you can alter that and what you

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could be possibly ordering there because

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this is lower in the amounts of hormones

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found out of all of these Foods on here

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Chipotle was but we got a lot of heavy

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metals so there's goods and bads with

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every single fast food joint cium is

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highly carcinogenic and can cause toxic

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reactions even at low levels if it

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builds up in your body the In-N-Out

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french fries the Inn if you're eating at

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an In-N-Out the In-N-Out french fries

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high level of it

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1,8% higher levels of cadmium than what

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the EPA the Environmental Protection

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agency would allow in drinking water but

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somehow when it ends up in your burger

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then it's okay figure that one out

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continuing on a couple of the highlights

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the Jack in the boox fries very high

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97% higher with these fries here as well

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at a five but you can imagine then

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Chipotle has double that 2,000% more

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cadmium in that carnita bowl with

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everything in it how do we order it what

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do we need to do more on that in a

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second now we also looked they also did

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in the study this was done and driven by

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moms Across America the heavy metal

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analysis was done at the health research

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institute and they submitted these for

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heavy metal testing now heavy metals

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naturally occur in some foods right but

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we want to know alarming high levels the

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second thing that they tested was lead

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now lead even at low levels can lead to

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children having intelligent levels

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issues now even let it low levels can e

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lead to ADHD concentration problems and

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developmental issues in our children

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they have a tough time learning even if

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there's low levels of lead inside of

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their blood it's not something we

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wanting to have that's why we switched

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from lead pipes to more a a plastic PVC

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pipe because the lead leeched into the

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water so if you still have an old house

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you're probably getting some of this if

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you still have really old toys it was in

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the paint back in the day now it's in

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the fast food Burgers case in point

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let's go to Sonic Sonic on the chart

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right here the cheeseburger super high

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levels

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92% higher than what the EPA would allow

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in your drinking water but it's allowed

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at Sonic's cheeseburger how I don't

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understand this that's a lot of lead

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going in third main heavy metal tested

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arsenic arsenic was tested and found

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high in

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177% of the fast food items tested of

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the 42 different items at the 20

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different fast food joints 177% of them

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have high levels of arsenic that are

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unacceptable arsenic the top two topping

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the charts the worst top two of all time

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number two Panda Express orange chicken

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Plus White rice

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16.42% 36 my advice if you're going to

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eat at a Panda Express if you're going

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to eat at a Chipotle skip the rice in

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that scenario it ends up being much

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higher in Arsenic a lot of times if it's

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not properly sourced which this isn't

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that's probably where a lot of it's

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coming from there could have been some

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added the carita being pork normally

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you'll see it in the feed of chicken

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this is why it's very important to have

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pasture raised chicken allow them to

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roam and eat bugs the way they're

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supposed to but the pig will eat about

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anything and so arsonic can build up in

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that pork very quickly as well as in

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beef as we saw with the orange chicken

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and the beef but focus on the rice there

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skip the rice you'll be cutting out a

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few carbs you're still going to enjoy a

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bowl it is a lot lower and the best when

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it comes to hormones being in it for

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Chipotle the problem I have with Panda

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Express is the linolic acid this is the

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other big big big big big problem want

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to make sure that you get linolic acid

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is a rancid oil if we use lots of

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linolic acid and it shows up in grains

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soybeans we're talking corn we're

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talking those types of grains being fed

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to our livestock that increases the

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amount of linolic acid built up in their

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muscle tissue which then you eat it and

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then when you fry it like you do at

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Panda Express you're increasing it even

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more because linolic acid is also peanut

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oil oil canola oil vegetable oil and

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you're frying in these types of oils now

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you're doubling down on liic acid you're

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getting it from the meat you're eating

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and you're getting on the type the oil

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you're cooking with that is more

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congestive and more dangerous to than

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sugar in this country because it congest

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the cells it takes 600 days to get out

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of your body the number one Health

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change you could make right now is

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eliminating rancid oils from your diet

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what do I stick to coconut oil olive oil

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avocado oil pretty much that's it I

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don't heat the olive very hot if I got

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to heat something more hot I use avocado

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or coconut those are the oils I stick

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with because you can squeeze the actual

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nut or in this case an olive and what

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comes out is the oil that's naturally

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occurring very stable lots of double

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bonds it's saturated so it's double

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bonded and then it doesn't go rancid as

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soon as you heat it and smoke it you

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make a good oil bad these rancid oils

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one of the number one things you can

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focus on for cutting it out let's go

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back to the studies that number with

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Panda Express 362 2% higher than the EPA

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would allow in your drinking water

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Chipotle even higher than that

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approaching 380 higher than what they

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would allow so why does this become a

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problem by the way when you look at the

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column with Mercury there was none

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detected thank God we don't have the

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second most toxic substance known demand

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floating around inside of our meat did

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you used to play crack the thermometer

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open and play with the Mercury when you

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were little I know you're still here

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however we can do better by avoiding

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these types of things I know you don't

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want to freak out I know you may eat

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some of these food still but you've got

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to be aware of some of them have really

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high content to stay away from those

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that's what I'm trying to highlight here

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or eat it less often and turn to real

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food turn to meats that don't use

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hormones don't use these types of heavy

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metals and they actually feed the animal

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what it's supposed to be fed the more

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that you do that the better your health

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is going to be let's dig further how do

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you know if you have a problem with

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cabum maybe it exposed to it too much

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you can actually look to see if you have

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heavy metal Problems by going to more of

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a functional doctor that's going to test

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your hair and then they can see if

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cadmium or lead or Mercury or any of

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these show up aluminum is another really

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popular one and now with that knowledge

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you can know maybe it's explaining some

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of your symptoms like cadmium really

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related to nausea diarrhea abdomen

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cramping or the feeling like you have to

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have a botle movement but nothing comes

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out that's warning signs that cian's a

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problem lead being an issue we really

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see this start to show up in nervous

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system Related Disorders you start to

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think about an MS you start to think

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about a Parkinson's or an Alzheimer's is

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there a connection there with the heavy

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metal lead being built up in those

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tissues not allowing them to conduct the

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way they're supposed to cuz metal is a

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conductor because lead being a metal can

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mess up conductivity in the body slowed

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growth slow development learning

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behavioral disorders hearing and speech

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problems this can be tied in my dad had

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a major problem with this he lost his

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hearing started to lose his eyesight had

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a bunch of heart problems this was one

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of the factors lead and Mercury being in

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his system leeched over the years built

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up did it contribute absolutely we went

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through some detoxification processes to

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get it out our and it been tied to many

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different conditions in the body it can

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affect the nervous system the

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respiratory um the skin the immune the

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endocrine the hepatic so a lot of

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symptoms of this drowsiness headaches

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confusion and then severe diarrhea

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unexplained reasons for that doctor

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can't figure it out maybe you have heavy

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metal issues you might want to look into

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finding more of a functional doctor that

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could test these things and then to

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properly get it leeched out involves

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someone that has a specialty and

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actually doing that the best thing we

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can all do though is avoid putting it in

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in the first place picking the right

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type of fast food is going to get you

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there so I would skip the rice if you're

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going to Chipotle it still performs

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better at the hormone test watch out for

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the lead side of things I would probably

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skip the Pork pigs eat about everything

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so I would lean more towards chicken or

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beef in this scenario Chick-fil-A

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chicken sandwich and Nuggets actually

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checked out good as far as heavy metals

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they were high in cabum still though but

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low on this list but there is a lot of

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hormones associated with that and it can

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be a not so good couple other ones that

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scored pretty good when you look down

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through the list actually fried chicken

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breast at KFC so chicken itself was much

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better although you're going to get a

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lot of rancid oils with that if we keep

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going down we've actually got a dunked

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and glazed donnut so it doesn't have a

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lot of heavy metals however it's got a

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bunch of sugar and it's got a bunch of

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rans and oils to be watching out for and

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then when you go all the way down to

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Chick-fil-A they actually scored pretty

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good for their chicken sandwiches and

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their chicken nuggets but they do have a

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lot of hormones associated with it and a

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lot of you are like no my Chick-fil-A or

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no my carnita Chipotle well you want to

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look at heavy metals you also want to

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look at a hidden hormone that is given

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to our livestock that is now ending up

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in you to see that viral video that has

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hundreds of thousands on its way to

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millions of views check this out as a

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Next Step resource and you can always

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look for some grocery store tours where

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I take you through the meat section and

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the produce section to help pick the

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right vegetables to be able to start

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cooking some of these things at home and

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going the right direction with your

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health you're not what you eat you're

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what you eat eight check out this video

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about the other side of what to be aware

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with these top fast food chains right

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now see you soon

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