So many conflicting published reports from scientific Ivory Towers. Now a savvy 9 year old can verify facts and #TrackTheTruth
Got milk? More like "Got gastrointestinal problems?"
"Approximately 60% of children diagnosed with ADHD continue with the disorder into adulthood."
There is a mountain of conflicting evidence out there which makes it hard to believe what is real and what is not. Dr. Z. would disagree with some of that conflictual evidence as he has been treating a specific religious population (over 500 treated) in Orange County NY with a 20 dollar drug and had ZERO deaths, hospitalizations and long term negative side effects. This medication has become a political battle for prescribing it and ultimately getting it to patients who could benefit from it.
Patients want to know about tests that measure environmental exposures. Now we offer another non-invasive assessment for environmental exposures.
Specific urine profiles are associated with high-level exposure to mercury, arsenic, lead and some chemicals and drugs. We now offer urinary porphyrin testing. It's hard to pronounce, but what are porphyrins? Porphyrins are involved in making red blood cells.
Snap, Crackle, Pop. Start your day with high levels of arsenic. Rice products from Britain contained high levels of arsenic. How much arsenic do you eat and drink?
58% of the products tested in the UK exceeded the recommended European Union limits for children. While arsenic in water is restricted arsenic levels in food are not.
Who eats cereal? Children do.
It's not just sitting on the couch that is making you fat; it's the flame retardants in the couch.
Firemaster 550 is in mattresses, couches and other items that contain polyurethane foam. FM550 is a mixture of brominated phthalates or organophosphates.
Guess what these chemicals cause?
If you are pregnant you need to read this. Exposure to phthalates during pregnancy can alter your male baby's genitals.
I have lectured about this subject before, but a Swedish study is connecting the dots between exposures to phthalates in utero and changes in the development of the male reproductive tract.