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Nickel Toxicity

Nickel toxicity can come from watch backs and bands.

You can test for Nickel toxicity in your body with a $16 urine screening test at your home!

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Don't guess, test!

Nickel Toxicity Sources:

  • Cocoa, plant foods (nuts), hydrogenated oils, water, tobacco. 
  • Soil and sediment (attaches to particles that contain Iron and Manganese), sewage sludge. 
  • Dental crowns and bridges. 
  • Jewelry, watch backs and bands. 
  • Stainless steel manufacturing, electroplating, coal and oil combustion. 
  • Electrical equipment and household appliances. 
  • Catalysts, pigments, batteries (NiCad), metal and coins containing Nikel. 
  • Stainless steel corrosion of food preparation products. 

Test your urine or hair for copper toxicity.Contributors for Nickel Toxicity Uptake / Retention:

  • Iron, copper, or zinc deficiencies. 

Preventing Nickel Toxicity Uptake/Retention:

  • Riboflavin, antioxidants. 

Nickel Toxicity Interactions in the Body:

  • Controversial nutrient role in humans, accumulates in kidney, liver, skin, brain. 
  • Hypersensitizes skin for inflammatory responses in allergic patients. 

Nickel Toxicity Symptoms:

  • Dermatitis, allergies, increased inflammation. 


  • Tobacco smoke
  • Mining, milling, concentrating, smelting, converting or refining
  • Manufacturing of batteries


  • Nuts, beans, chocolate, oats
  • Wine
  • Jewelry
  • Buttons/zippers
  • Coins
  • Clothing embellishments
  • Color pigments
  • Stainless steel cutlery/appliances
  • Razors
  • Cookware
  • Batteries
  • Lipsticks
  • Handbags/purses
  • Hair color
  • Tattoos
  • Shampoos/conditioners


  • Eyewear
  • Dental restorations
  • Prostheses (hip, knee, cochlear, cardiac implants)
  • Orthodontics
  • Stainless steel medical equipment (X-ray machines)
  • Implanted medical devices

Assess, don't guess!

Learn how to test your urine at home for nickel toxicity for only $16. 

Learn how to test your water for Nickel Toxicity with the WaterCheck Test Kit.


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



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Keith Bishop, Clincal Nutritionist, B.Sc. Pharmacy, Health Coach 

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