Methylmercury and Parkinson’s Disease
There has been a huge increase in the incidence of degenerative neurological conditions in virtually all Western countries over the last two decades (Pritchard et al. 2004; Klinghardt and Mercola 2001). The increase in Parkinson’s and other motor neuron disease has been over 50 %. The primary cause appears to be increased exposures to toxic pollutants such as toxic metals, pesticides, etc., resulting in brain inflammation and oxidative damage of free radicals (Pritchard et al. 2004; Life Extension Foundation 2003; the Blaylock Wellness Report 2008).
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