The use of GMOs has been a controversial topic for many years. Some people believe that they are necessary to produce food for the ever-growing population, while others believe that they are dangerous and should be avoided at all costs.
Whatever your opinion on GMOs may be, there is no denying that they have the potential to cause serious damage to the brain. Exposure to pesticides has been linked to ADHD, and GMOs have been linked to childhood leukemia.
What’s even more alarming is that the drugs used to treat ADHD, such as Ritalin, Concerta, Daytrana, and Metadate CD, are all tracked by the CDC. However, there is no mention of any adverse side effects. This is something that should be taken into consideration, as Ritalin is classified as a class II controlled substance, which means it has the potential to be psychologically or physically addictive.
If you or someone you know has ADHD, be sure to stay informed about the potential dangers of the drugs used to treat it.
What are exotoxins?
Exotoxins are toxins produced and secreted by certain bacteria. Exotoxins are extremely potent and can cause serious harm to humans and other living things. They are composed of proteins, thus they are highly resistant to heat, acids, and other environmental conditions. Exotoxins can be divided into three main types endotoxins, lipopolysaccharide, and lipooligosaccharides. Endotoxins are cell walls produced by certain Gram-negative bacteria and are released when the bacteria are killed or destroyed. Lipopolysaccharides and lipooligosaccharides are complex proteins and carbohydrates produced by some Gram-negative bacteria, mostly involved in food poisoning.
The hidden dangers of exotoxins
Exotoxins are typically referred to as the “invisible killers” because the effects of exposure to them can be hard to detect. Studies have shown that exotoxins have the potential to cause long-term damage to the human body, especially the brain. These toxins have been linked to a variety of neurological illnesses, including Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Although some studies suggest that there is a link between environmental exposure to exotoxins and the development of certain neurological conditions, it is important to note that these theories are still in the early stages of research. In addition to the potential development of neurological illnesses, exposure to exotoxins can also lead to oxidative stress. Oxidative stress occurs when there is an imbalance between the number of free radicals present in the body and the number of anti-oxidant molecules. This imbalance can lead to a range of serious health conditions, including neurological damage.
How exotoxins cause damage to the brain
Exotoxins can cause damage to the brain in a variety of ways. One of the most common is believed to be the disruption of the brain’s neural pathways. These pathways are responsible for transporting information from one brain cell to another and play a crucial role in normal brain function. Exotoxins can disrupt these pathways, leading to abnormal brain function. In addition to disrupting neural pathways, exotoxins can also interfere with neurotransmitters such as dopamine and serotonin. These neurotransmitters are responsible for regulating mood, energy levels, and sleep. When exotoxins interfere with the production of these neurotransmitters, it can lead to a variety of symptoms ranging from fatigue to depression.
The cumulative effect of exotoxins
Similarly to other toxins, exotoxins can have a cumulative effect. This means that the effects of exposure to exotoxins can become more pronounced over time. In some cases, long-term exposure to exotoxins can result in serious neurological damage, including memory loss, cognitive impairment, and even paralysis. These symptoms can be difficult to identify as they slowly increase over time. For this reason, it is important to take precautions to protect oneself from potential toxic exposure before any serious damage is done.
How to protect yourself from exotoxins
The best way to protect yourself from exotoxins is by avoiding them when possible. This means eating organic produce, avoiding processed and pre-packaged foods, and drinking filtered water. If you must buy pre-packaged or processed foods, make sure to read the labels carefully and avoid those that contain preservatives and additives. It is also important to be aware of areas where you may be exposed to higher concentrations of exotoxins. For example, many landfills contain high levels of exotoxins, so it is important to avoid these places as much as possible. If you must enter a landfill, be sure to wear protective gear, including masks, and wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water afterward.
To wrap things up
Exotoxins can have serious consequences for the human body, especially the brain. In some cases, long-term exposure to these toxins can result in permanent damage to the neural pathways and neurotransmitters, leading to cognitive decline and other neurological conditions. It is important to take precautions to reduce your exposure to exotoxins such as avoiding processed and pre-packaged foods and wearing protective gear when necessary. By taking these precautions, you can help protect yourself and your loved ones from the hidden dangers of exotoxins.
A news story from NBC News on September 11, 2011 talks about pesticide levels commonly encountered in foods and their link to ADHD in our children read it.
One study collected data from 1,140 children and found that 119 of them had met the criteria for ADHD. Children with significantly higher levels of neurotoxic organophosphate pesticides (commonly found in foods, drinking water, and household pesticides) are two times more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD. Organophosphates have also been linked to childhood leukemia. In 2008 a study detected high concentrations of organophosphate in 28 percent of blueberries, 25 percent of strawberries, and 19 percent of celery sampled. Although this is not the first study linking pesticides to health issues, it is the first to look at everyday exposure levels in our children around the country (Zerbe, 2011).
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) realized approximately 10,000 toddlers between 2 and 3 years old are being treated for ADHD!!
Drugs used to treat ADHD such as; Ritalin, Concerta, Daytrana, and Metadate CD are tracked by the CDC. No mention of adverse side effects is mentioned. Ritalin is classified as a class II controlled substance, which may lead to psychological or physical addiction. According to Dr. Rappaport giving drugs to toddlers is irresponsible, toddlers are supposed to be “scattered and disorganized” although ADHD numbers have risen in recent years, there is a capacity for overdiagnosed children, and children under six years of age may be harmed developmentally by ADHD drugs (Louis, 2014).
Louis, PF (2014, June 2). Medical insanity: Over 10,000 American toddlers now on mind-altering medications for ADHD. NaturalNews. Retrieved from: http://www.naturalnews.com/z045399_ADHD_toddlers_psychiatric_medication.html
Zerbe, Leah. (2011, September 11). Pesticides in food linked to ADHD in kids. NBCNews.com. Retrieved from: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/44260583/ns/health-childrens_health/t/pesticides-food-linked