6 foods loaded with toxic cadmium

You won’t hear much about this…


Matt Cook here, and there’s a toxic heavy metal that most men aren’t being warned about…

It’s called cadmium and it’s hiding in certain foods…

And when men get too much cadmium, it can cause high blood pressure, kidney problems, even certain types of cancer…

Luckily, you can control cadmium with calcium, believe it or not.

Here’s how to use calcium to lower toxic levels of cadmium in your blood…

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6 foods loaded with toxic cadmium

Cadmium is a common toxin found in foods, water supply, and other environmental sources.

You don’t hear much about it…

But cadmium causes kidney problems, osteoporosis, lung problems, high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease…

…headache, vertigo, sleep problems, muscle contractions as well as lung and prostate cancers.

Many people working in production sites which use metals are exposed to a lot of cadmium.

Cadmium is commonly found in cereals, grains, vegetables, nuts, legumes, and meats.

You can try to avoid consuming cadmium, but it is everywhere.

The best way to make sure that you do not accumulate toxic levels of this substance is to get plenty of calcium.

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The review article was researched and written at the Department of Toxicology, Medical Academy in Bialystok, Poland. The paper was published in Inorganic Compounds.

Many people are concerned about heavy metals – and rightly so.

People often take risky substances to try and remove (chelate) heavy metals from the body.

Chelators dump masses of stored heavy metals into circulation, where they can do more harm as they are being removed.

The smart way to avoid the chromic accumulation of heavy metals or to remove heavy metals from the body is to modify the diet.

“Voluminous literature data show that great interdependence exists between the nutrition status of the organism and the degree of accumulation and toxicity of heavy metals.”

This research was carried out in order to assess the evidence of the role of calcium in the accumulation of cadmium in the body.

“In this work, the connection between dietary calcium and cadmium toxicity is discussed from the toxicological point of view.”

Why should you be concerned about cadmium?

Here are just some of the health problems caused by this toxin:

  • Anemia
  • Renal tubular dysfunction and renal stones (Kidney disease)
  • Bone lesions osteoporosis and bone pains
  • Chronic injury of the respiratory system: chronic inflammation of the nose, pharynx, larynx, anosmia
  • Hypertension and cardiovascular disease
  • Headache, vertigo, sleep disturbances, increase in knee-joint reflexes, tremor
  • Loss of appetite and weight, fatigue
  • Cancer of the prostate and lung
  • Acute gastroenteritis: rapid onset with severe nausea, vomiting, abdominal pains, diarrhea
  • Increased prevalence of chromosomal aberrations has been observed in industry and in the environment…

Just think about how many people suffer with one or more of the symptoms for which the cause cannot be identified…

The authors of the article found numerous lines of evidence…

Evidence shows that humans and animals who do not consume enough calcium…

…end up accumulating lots of toxic cadmium in the body.

Low calcium increases cadmium accumulation.

“A diet containing an inappropriately low amount of calcium causes increased absorption of cadmium and increased accumulation of this metal in the organism, finally leading to enhancement of cadmium toxic action.”

On the other hand, evidence shows the increasing calcium protects against the accumulation of cadmium and cadmium toxicity.

“The large intake of calcium protects against absorption, accumulation and toxicity of this heavy metal.”

This paper is a great example of why it is best to modify the diet to prevent the accumulation of heavy metals…

Rather than try to deal with those heavy metals in other ways.

(At least in most cases, there are exceptions with extreme acute intoxication…)

Calcium prevents the accumulation of cadmium by numerous biological mechanisms.

One of the biggest problems caused by cadmium is that it interferes with the numerous essential roles of calcium

“Interactions between calcium and cadmium may take place at different stages of their metabolism and cadmium may interfere with the biological functions of calcium.”

Just another great reason to make sure they are getting enough calcium in the diet…

The best source of calcium, nutritionally speaking, is dairy.

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Calcium is super important, but most men are critically low.

And when men are very low on calcium, it gets pulled out of the bones and deposited into the blood vessels…

…where it turns into scar tissue inside the arteries — blocking blood flow.

And this makes the heart work harder, forcing blood pressure to rise.

So to avoid all this, men need plenty of calcium…

…PLUS 4 other key nutrients that boost blood flow and boost rockiness.

Together, these 5 nutrients help the arteries stay open and free of plaque, which improves blood flow ALL over the body.

Especially in the tiny little arteries down in the male member.

So blood flow down there gets a BIG boost. And you notice it almost immediately…

Here are the 5 nutrients including calcium that men need for better blood flow and better rockiness


Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.
The influence of calcium content in diet on cumulation and toxicity of cadmium in the organismhttps://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/9456077/