Toxic Water and Water Contamination Solutions

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Molybdenum Toxicity

Molybdenum Toxicity


  • Reagents in hospital labs
  • Steel manufacturing industry
  • Fossil fuels
  • Oil refineries
  • Lubricating oils


  • Beans, lentils, peas, whole grains, nuts, mineral water, instant coffee, tea infusion
  • Some dietary supplements (check the label)
  • Wine
  • Hair color
  • Pigments for ceramics, inks, paints

Test your urine or hair for copper toxicity.MEDICAL MOLYBDENUM TOXICITY SOURCES

  • Dentistry

Implanted stainless steel or cobalt medical devices

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

Reference Source
NeuroScience Melissa Test and "Hidden Sources of Metal Exposure"

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