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CADMIUM (CD)
COMMON SOURCES OF CD: HOT WATER HEATERS, IN SINK INSTANT HOT WATER FAUCETS, GALVANIZED PIPES, EVAPORATED MILK, SHELLFISH, CIGARETTE SMOKE, SEWAGE, PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY, PAINTS, PHOSPHATE FERTILIZERS ENZYME AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF CD: INDUCES CHANGES IN SEVERAL GLUCONEOGENESIS ENZYMES, REDUCES SERUM ANTITRYPSIN CONCENTRATION, DEPRESSES THE TRYPSIN INHIBITOR CAPACITY, ALTERS OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION, CAUSES ENZYMURIA, BINDS SULFATE AND CARBONYL GROUPS, BINDS TO METALLOTHIONEIN IN ALL TISSUES

LEAD (PB)
COMMON SOURCES OF PB: PAINTED PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT, OLD PAINT, PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY, HAIR DYES, CERAMIC MAGNETS, OLD PEWTER
ENZYMES AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF PB: BLOCKS URIC ACID EXCRETION, INHIBITS MANY ENZYMES, IS DEPOSITED IN BONE z

MERCURY (HG)
COMMON SOURCES OF HG: AMALGAM DENTAL FILLINGS, FISH, DISINFECTANTS, THERMOMETERS, ELECTRICAL
EQUIPMENT, CATALYST IN POLYURETHANE FOAMS, SOME PESTICIDES, SOME FERTILIZERS (MADE WITH FISH PARTS), PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY
ENZYMES AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF HG: REACTS WITH SULFHYDRYL GROUPS, GENERAL ENZYME INHIBITOR, ATTACHES TO MYELIN SHEATH

NICKEL (NI)
COMMON SOURCES OF NI: HYDROGENATED OILS, COMMERCIALLY BAKED GOODS, JEWELRY, COINS, COMBUSTION OF COALAND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS, PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY, STAINLESS STEEL, NI-CD BATTERIES, HAIR DYES
ENZYME AND METABOLIC EFFECT OF NI: SUBSTITUTES FOR OTHER DIVALENT METAL IONS ESPECIALLY ZN, DEPENDING ON CONCENTRATION TT CAN ACTIVATE OR INHIBIT ENZYMES

PLATINUM (PT)
COMMON SOURCES OF PT: JEWELRY, ANTINEOPLASTIC DRUGS, CATALYTIC CONVERTERS, CATALYSTS IN PETROLEUM REFINING ENZYMES AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF PT: INHIBITS LEUCINEAMINOPEPTIDASE, MALATE DEHYDROGENASE, LIVER ALCOHOL DEHYDROGENASE, LACTIC DEHYDROGENASE, BINDS TO DNA MOLECULES
SUPPLEMENTATION WHEN PT IS HIGH:

SILVER (AG)
COMMON SOURCES OF AG:
PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY, STERLING AND ELECTROPLATE FLATWARE, DENTALAND MEDICAL COMPOUNDS, JEWELRY, PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, ELECTRICAL CONTACTS, BATTERIES, BURN WOUND DRESSING, COLLOIDAL SILVER, HAIR DYES, SWIMMING POOLS, DISINFECTANTS
ENZYMES AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF AG: INTERFERES WITH GLUTATHIONE PEROXIDASE, ALTERS METABOLISM OF cAMP, PHAGOCYTIZED BY THE RETICULOENDOTHELIAL SYSTEM AND REMOVED BY THE LIVER AND KIDNEYS,
COMMENTS ON AG: WHEN LOWAN INCREASE IN SOME CANCERS IS SEEN. AT TOXIC LEVELS AG CAN CAUSE ANEMIA, ENLARGED HEART, LIVER DEGENERATION, AND KIDNEY PROBLEMS. TTALSO COMPETES WITH CU FOR BINDING SIGHTS. IF HIGH WITH PB, CD, NI, SR, AND TI, AND CA, MG, NA, AND K NORMAL, THEN HAIR TRE ATMENT IS PROBABLY THE CAUSE OF CONTAMINATION.

THALLIUM (TL)
COMMON SOURCES OF TL: FORMERLY IN RODENTICIDES AND INSECTICIDES, WASTE WATER, FORMERLY A FUNGICIDE FOR SCALP, PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY, FRESH WATER FISH, CARDIOLOGIC IMAGING
ENZYME AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF TL: UNCOUPLES MITOCHONDRIAL OXIDATIVE PHOSPHORYLATION, SUBSTITUTES FOR SODIUM AND POTASSIUM ACTIVATED ATPase, INHIBITS SUCCINIC ACID DEHYDROGENASE AND ALKALINE PHOSPH ATASE (HELPS BONE FORMATION), INHIBITS PROTEIN SYNTHESIS, CREATES DISAGGREGATION OF RIBOSOMES, ANTAGONIST TO SELENIUM (SULFHYDRYL AMINO ACIDS)

THORIUM (TH)
NUCLEAR REACTORS, MEDICAL IMAGING, AND PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY
ENZYMES AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF TH: INHIBITS AMYLASE AND BLOOD PHOSPHATASE, BINDS TO CORTICAL BONE GLYCOPROTEIN AND SIALOPROTEIN (MAINLY DUE TO BINDING WITH ASPARTIC OR GLUTAMIC ACID), CHONDROITIN SULFATES OF CORTICAL BONE CAN ALSO BIND THORIUM
COMMENTS ON TH: IS AN ANTAGONIST TO ZN AND IS USUALLY ABSORBED THROUGH THE LUNGS.

TIN (SN)
COMMON SOURCES OF SN: TIN PLATING, BRASS, BRONZE, PEWTER, DYES, PIGMENT, CERAMICS, BLEACHING AGENTS,
FLAME RETARDANTS, FLUORIDE SOURCES IN TOOTHPASTE, ANTIMICROBIALS, IN POLYVINYL CHLORIDE POLYMERS, TIN CANS ENZYMES AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF SN: INHIBITS MTTOCHONDRIAL OXIDATION, INHIBITS PHOSPHORYLATION AND BRAIN GLUCOSE OXIDATION
COMMENTS: HIGH LEVELS OF SN MAY DEPRESS FE AND CU CAUSING ANEMIA. AT DIETARY LEVELS MAY INCREASE GROWTH RATE.

TITANIUM (TI)
COMMON SOURCES OF SN: HAIR MAY BE ELEVATED DUE TO PERMS, DYES, OR BLEACHES. ALSO FOUND IN BUTTERAND CORN OIL. '?

URANIUM (U)
COMMON SOURCES OF U: CONTAMINATED BUILDING MATERIALS, PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY, ROCK FORMATIONS AND GROUND CONTAMINATION, AIR CONTAMINATION
ENZYME AND METABOLIC EFFECTS OF U:SOLUBLE U WILL COMPLEX WITH BICARBONATE, CITRATE, MALATE, LACTATE, AND OTHER
BASES IN THE BODY, BINDS WITH PHOSPHATE CONTAINING MOLECULES AND TO CARBOXYLAND HYDROXYL PROTEIN GROUPS, NUCLEOTIDES, BONE TISSUE


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