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Platinum Toxicity

Platinum toxicity Platinum Toxicity Sources:

  • Soil and river sediments, air (automobile catalysts), jewelry. 
  • Catalytic converters (gas engines), petroleum refining. 
  • Electroplating, catalyst production and equipment. 
  • Chemical processing, smelting, nickel/copper refining, electronic parts, aerospace applications. 
Synergistic for Platinum Toxicity Uptake/Retention:
  • Zinc deficiency 
Test your urine or hair for copper toxicity.Antagonistic for Platinum Toxicity Uptake/Retention:
  • Methionione, lipoic acid, N-acetyl-cysteine, cystine, vitamins C and E. 
Platinum Toxicity Interactions in the Body:
  • Complexes with other metals can irritate tissues, disrupt immune function, and interfere with heme synthesis in the liver. 
  • May decomplex and bind to sulfhydryl sites. 
  • Inhibits DNA synthesis. 
  • May affect liver, kidney, testes, and lungs. 
Symptoms of Excessive Platinum Exposure:
  • Runny nose 
  • Wheezing 
  • Skin rashes and itching 
  • Problems breathing. 


• Catalytic converters

• Tobacco smoke


• Jewelry

• Magnets

• Water treatment


• Dental fillings

• Surgical equipment

Platinum Toxicity Reference Sources

Genova Diagnostics Toxic & Nutrient Elements Chart

NeuroScience Melissa Test and "Hidden Sources of Metal Exposure"


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

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