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The terminology referring to heavy metals is often loosely defined, but in general it refers to those metallic elements that have toxic properties. These metals include iron, aluminum, beryllium, mercury, and several less common other metals. In addition, there are semimetals like arsenic that can have toxic properties as well. These toxic metallic elements sometimes make their way into food, soil, and even the air. Inhaling or ingesting heavy metal elements can be fatal, but if recognized, heavy metal poisoning can be treated with heavy metal detox.
It’s common to find mercury in a number of standard substances, arguably, mercury poisoning is the most common heavy metal poisoning. Mercury is found in trace amounts in fish, and also is used as a preservative in certain vaccinations. To purge mercury from the body, a heavy metal detox is necessary.
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