Best Food for Lead Poisoning - Garlic

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NutritionFacts .org
26 Jun 2020

The benefits of garlic powder for treating mild-to-moderate lead poisoning.

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For the big build-up to this, check out the other videos in this series on not getting exposed to lead in the first place:
• How the Lead Paint Industry Got Away With It (
• Lead in Drinking Water (
• How the Leaded Gas Industry Got Away With It (•How-the-Leaded-Ga
• “Normal” Blood Lead Levels Can Be Toxic (
• The Effects of Low-Level Lead Exposure in Adults (

Or cutting down on lead absorption:
• How to Lower Lead Levels with Diet: Thiamine, Fiber, Iron, Fat, Fasting? (
• How to Lower Lead Levels with Diet: Breakfast, Whole Grains, Milk, Tofu? (
• Best Foods for Lead Poisoning: Chlorella, Cilantro, Tomatoes, Moringa? (

Next I wrap up with the topic with Can Vitamin C Help with Lead Poisoning? ( and Yellow Bell Peppers for Male Infertility and Lead Poisoning? (

What else can garlic do? check out Cancer, Interrupted: Garlic & Flavonoids ( and Inhibiting Platelet Activation with Garlic and Onions (

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