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    Reducing Inflammation – Part I

    By Mark Schauss | November 13, 2008

    Since this blog site is entitled, Toxic World Blog, you might imagine that I would discuss the issue of environmental toxicity and inflammation first and you would be right. It’s the obvious first choice and one that needs to be addressed in both a global as well as personal way. Not only do we have to press for a better environment in our world by forcing our government to increase regulation of toxic chemicals but we have to look at our homes and work spaces and do whatever is necessary to lower our use of toxins.

    There is little doubt that common toxins like xylene, toluene, benzene, mercury, lead, cadmium and arsenic can cause an increase of inflammation. Avoiding them is difficult in today’s world but a concerted effort is a more cost effective process than taking Crestor. Get the book Home Safe Home by Debra Lynn Dadd and learn how to create a healthy home environment. Get my book, Achieving Victory Over a Toxic World to find out where sources of inflammation causing chemicals exist around you and how to help detoxify yourself.

    In my next blog, I’ll talk about other ways to reduce inflammatory reactions.

    Topics: Drugs, Health, Opinion, Research, Environment, Toxicity, Mercury, heavy metals, Solvents, Petrochemicals, Healthcare | No Comments »

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