While modern life brings convenience to people, it also brings various pathogenic factors that have adverse effects on health. Such as car exhaust gas, harmful gases released from decoration and furniture, extensive use of cleaning agents (many of which contain stubborn substances), electromagnetic radiation generated by computers and mobile phones, and residues of chemical fertilizers and pesticides in food. If we do not take timely measures to actively respond to such environmental pollution problems, various virions will accumulate in the body for a long time, resulting in a decline in the body's immunity, which poses a great threat to health.
What is heavy Metal？
"Heavy metals" generally refer to a group of metal elements with a density of more than 5 grams per cubic centimeter. There are currently about forty kinds of metal elements known. Including: mercury, gold, chromium, copper, cadmium, zinc, lead, etc. Although arsenic is a non-metal, there are many similar properties between arsenic and heavy metals, so they are generally combined in heavy metals.