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Even Small Mixtures of Chemicals Damage Your Liver

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  • To determine safety levels, chemicals are tested in isolation, far removed from the normal everyday chemical-cocktail exposure you receive from foods, pharmaceuticals and personal care products
  • Researchers find when present in mixture in the body, toxic chemicals found in foods and personal care products increase weight gain and trigger liver damage
  • Folate, milk thistle and N-acetlycysteine (NAC) help support your liver and protect it from damage by environmental toxins, acetaminophen and alcohol
  • You may help prevent damage by eating organic foods, avoiding or eliminating processed foods, and using naturally produced personal care and cleaning products

By Dr. Mercola

Consuming what has been called "safe" levels of chemicals in combination at low doses has concerned scientists for decades. While many chemicals are thought to be safe at very low doses tested in isolation, what happens when you ingest a little bit of a lot of different chemicals over time?

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