1. Pollutive fine dust particles in the air are bad because of heavy metals.
What are heavy metals? There are many definitions but all you need to know is that there are many kinds: mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium, aluminum, nickel. They are all called heavy metals.
After they enter your body, they are not excreted properly through urine, feces, or the sweat, but stay in your blood and then enter fat cells where they remain for a long time. For a long time after, they continuously make various toxic poisons and release them into the body attacking the (So women with more fat deposits are bound to suffer more. Fat deposits are concentrated in mammary and uterine organs to aid in reproduction, and heavy metals concentrate there. Cell division and mutation is highly active in these cells. Bursts of toxicity, some as long as 24 hours, from accumulated heavy metals directly cause breast and uterine cancers as a result.
The poisons don’t leave any organs alone. Attacks on the nerve and brain cells are the worst. Alzheimer’s, Parkinson… It turns out that aging doesn’t naturally cause these “senility” diseases but they are actually caused by increasing accumulations heavy metals spewing toxicity into the body.
Many scientists claim that autism/ADHD/developmental disorders are caused by heavy metals as well. The consequences of heavy metal poisoning – including autoimmune diseases, fatigue, depression, insomnia, generalized asthenia , systemic pain- are extensive and frightening. Therefore, it is common knowledge among experienced doctors that patients should be examined for heavy metals in blood, hair, and fingernails when diagnosed with diseases from unknown causes.
Heavy metals enter our bodies in diverse ways like fish, contaminated water, dental prostheses, paint and so on. However, nowadays, inhalation of heavy metals through ‘fine particle dust’ is the worst. In particular, inhaling fine dust not only cause heavy metal poisoning, but also directly metabolic diseases such as diabetes because of decreased insulin production and increased insulin resistance. This is the recent conclusion from the medical community.
In particular, Koreans tend to have very high concentrations of heavy metals in their bodies, presumably because they usually eat a lot of fish. Not only that, they are exposed to special health risks due to recent surges in fine dust levels in the air.