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Lupus & Heavy Metals

Lupus is a "chronic" autoimmune condition that typically attacks the skin, joints, and internal organs of those afflicted and can trigger a wide array of symptoms, including, but not limited to, fatigue, swollen joints, headaches, rashes etc., etc. In severe cases in which the heart and/or lungs are affected, it can be fatal.

It is estimated that Lupus affects approximately 1.5 million people in the U.S. (and numbers rising). Though it can and does affect both males and females, 90% of those diagnosed are reproductive-aged women.

While these numbers can be partially attributable to genetic dispositions, Gaurav Gulati an M.D., University of Cincinnati College of Medicine cites exposure to environmental toxins, most specifically heavy metals (mercury, cadmium, lead, arsenic, nickel) as pivotal

triggers for Lupus patients. These culprits cause damage to our tissues, making them look foreign to the immune system and thus potentially triggering an attack.

Moreover, the hormonal influence in Lupus is seen by those using (or who have used) oral contraceptives, as the xenoestrogens can play a role, as well. Bisphenol A (BPA), an environmental toxin most common in polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resin production, is a culprit, too!

Anyone enduring Lupus (or any other autoimmune condition) should be encouraged to try, and could be helped tremendously by using the Coseva Advanced TRS spray due to its unmatched ability to detoxify our bodies of the plethora of heavy metals, PCBs, and carcinogens that we are exposed to.


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