Toxic Water and Water Contamination Solutions

Information, Tests and Solutions to Improve Your Health and Water Quality

Aluminum Toxicity: Aluminum is naturally present in some drinking water and may be added as a chlorination preparation at water utilities.

Aluminum toxicity can come from a soda can.Aluminum is the fourth most common element in the earth's crust. Most of the aluminum added is usually removed, but a residue may sometimes be passed into treated water. Aluminum may cause discoloration of water.

Causes of Increased Aluminum Toxicity Uptake and Retention in the Body:
Iron or calcium deficiency.

How to Decrease Aluminum Toxicity Uptake and Retention in the Body
Insure adequate iron and calcium, vitamin C (good for all toxins).

Test your hair or urine for aluminum toxicity.Aluminum Toxicity Interactions in the Body
Accumulates in bone, liver, kidney and brain. Decreases energy production in the mitochondria of the cells in the body. Interferes with bone mineralization. Binds to calmodulin in the brain which interferes with short term and long term memory. Associated with plaque around the neurons in the brain. May increase the loss of the brain and nervous system neurotransmitter acetylcholine.

Symptoms of Excessive Aluminum Exposure

  • Headache 
  • Fatigue 
  • Bone pain 
  • Dementia (memory loss) 
  • Low iron 
  • Low phosphorous 
  • High ammonia 

How to test your body for Aluminum Toxicity: 
Hair Metal Toxicity test

Urine Heavy Metal Test

How to test water for Aluminum Toxicity: WaterCheck Basic 

Recommended Aluminum Water Treatment: Distillation or reverse osmosis.

Aluminum Toxicity Reference Sources

  1. National Testing Laboratories Corrective Action Brochure 
  2. Genova Diagnostics Toxic & Nutrient Elements Chart 
  3. NeuroScience Melissa Test and "Hidden Sources of Metal Exposure"

This is not an all-encompassing metal toxicity list. There are other sources of metal exposure not listed herein.

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