It’s no secret that the human body is incredibly vulnerable to our contaminated environment – and humankind only continues to make the damage worse in the pursuit of modern-day advancements. Every single day we are constantly being bombarded with chemicals and heavy metals. They exist in the air we breathe, the water we drink, the fields we harvest in (with the use of pesticides), and the animals and fish we eat.

Heavy metals, like Cadmium and Mercury among countless others, are constantly embedding themselves in our brain, bones, organs, and tissues at the cellular level – with every breath and bite we take. The next time you eat sushi, which has a high probability of having Mercury in it, paint your home, breathe in that new car smell, install a new carpet, or breathe the air outside, know that nearly everything releases harmful chemicals for you to breathe in or ingest.