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  • Sweating seems to be the major way that we get rid of aluminum from our bodies

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    Tuesday, March 15, 2016 11:10 am Email this article

    Sweating seems to be the MAJOR way that we get rid of aluminum from our bodies (which we are all accumulating from the government spraying the skies with aluminum to try and cool the planet as previously described here.

    A 2014 paper titled “Aluminium in human sweat” notes that:

    “These data [measuring sweat from 20 healthy people]... strongly suggest that perspiration is the major route of excretion of systemic aluminium in humans.”

    Later they say…

    “If sweating is the major route for the removal of systemic aluminium from the body then this observation puts into question the practice of disrupting or blocking perspiration using antiperspirants and aluminium-based antiperspirants specifically.”
    — last paragraph on page 2


    Minshall C, Nadal J, and Exley C. Aluminium in human sweat. J Trace Elem Med Biol, 2014 Jan; 28(1): 87-88.

    Author’s Contact Info

    Christopher Exley
    The Birchall Centre
    Lennard-Jones Laboratories
    Keele University
    Staffordshire, United Kingdom
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