This is a simple, at-home Aluminum Heavy Metal Test Kit you can perform in 30 minutes on urine or saliva. The Aluminum Heavy Metal Test helps determine the level of aluminum in your body.
Aluminum toxicity is associated with the development of bone disorders including fractures, osteopenia and osteomalacia
Aluminum is probably the least toxic of the metals, although the concern is that it has become so pervasive and is now found in higher levels in human tissues. It is not clear how aluminum interferes with activities in the human body. It may reduce vitamin levels or bind to DNA, and it has been correlated with weakened tissue of the gastrointestinal tract. In Alzheimer's disease, there are increased aluminum levels in the brain tissue and an increase in what are called "neurofibrillary tangles," which tend to reduce nerve synapses and conduction.
Oral aluminum, as obtained from antacids, can bind pepsin and weaken protein digestion. It also has astringent qualities, and therefore can dry the tissues and mucous linings and contribute to constipation. Regular use of aluminum-containing deodorants may contribute to the clogging of underarm lymphatic’s and then to breast problems such as cystic disease.