Why is it better to use aluminum free deodorant?
Antiperspirants use aluminum salts to block your apocrine sweat glands from stimulating underarm sweat.
Aluminum free deodorants, as these are focused on blocking odor versus blocking sweat, contain antibacterial ingredients to kill those odor-causing bacteria that live off your sweat protein..
What does too much aluminum do to the body?
Previous studies have linked frequent exposure to high levels of aluminum to neurotoxicity (adverse health effects on the central or peripheral nervous system or both), Alzheimer’s disease, and breast cancer.
What level of aluminum is toxic?
Levels above 60 µg/L indicate increased absorption, serum levels above 100 µg/L are potentially toxic, and serum levels above 200 µg/L are usually associated with clinical symptoms and signs of toxicity.
Are aluminum fumes toxic?
Exposure to aluminum is usually not harmful, but exposure to high levels can affect your health. Workers who breathe large amounts of aluminum dusts can have lung problems, such as coughing or abnormal chest X-rays.
How much aluminum is safe?
The tolerable weekly intake set by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) of 1 mg aluminum/kg body weight can be reached through dietary exposure alone.
How do you get rid of aluminum in your body?
Silicea as the homeopathic remedy and the cell salt helps aluminum to be excreted via urine but allows essential metals, such as iron and copper, to stay in the body. Studies have also shown that drinking silica-rich mineral water each day for 12 weeks helps to remove aluminum from the body.