Children's Health, hair mineral analysis, Heavy Metal Testing, heavy metals

The Christmas Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

The other day my 14 year old daughter, Sivanna, decided that she wanted to make a hot chocolate station in our kitchen. This would include hot chocolate mix, marshmallows, snacks and of course festive cups to drink the hot chocolate out of.

So she went ahead and made her hot chocolate area and it was a cute idea. She asked about getting some Christmas mugs or cups to put in the collection. I then remembered that I had donated the ones we had last year to charity. Something just did not feel right about these mugs.

Speed ahead to today. I opened my email this morning to see an email from Tamara Rubin “Lead Safe Mama” whom I follow because of my work with heavy metals and health.

Sure enough she has a whole article on the tops of Christmas cups and decorations called:

“Hello! I’m here to ruin Christmas for you! Do you know how toxic your Christmas decorations are?”

You can read the post here:

Tamara’s picture of Holiday items and the heavy metals found in them with a link to her post.

These heavy metals are everywhere! And when it comes to our children we need to be very aware of them.

I recently wrote two posts about heavy metals and children.

One was on heavy metals and ADHD and ADD and the other was on Autism.

Here are the links for these:

Unfortunately heavy metals are with us to stay. Unlike biodegradable materials, heavy metals never break down so we must learn how to navigate our world with these metals in it and do our best to avoid them at all costs!

The best tool that I have found for testing for heavy metals in the body and brain and well as for indicators or nutrient deficiencies is hair mineral analysis testing. You can learn more about that here if you are interested:

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