Fulvic Acid Autism and Heavy Metals

Fulvic Acid is a chelator of heavy metals. Removing toxins from the body.

This table shows Toxicological symptoms of some Heavy Metals in Humans.

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Heavy Metals and Trace Elements in Hair and Urine of a Sample of Arab Children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Our findings support several prenatal and infantile risk factors for autism. Using 25 children with autism and 25 gender and age matched controls in K.S.A. We identified multiple toxic metal exposure associated with autism. Maternal second-hand smoke exposure and maternal and infantile seafood consumption can be associated with autism.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3391939/

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Heavy metals and trace elements in hair samples of autistic children in central Saudi Arabia.

The present study demonstrated alteration in levels of toxic heavy metals and essential trace elements in children with autistic spectrum disorders as compared to normal children. This suggests a possible pathophysiological role of heavy metals and trace elements in the genesis of symptoms of autism spectrum disorders, such as social withdrawal, eating and sleeping disorders. In turn, those children with autistic spectrum disorders might benefit from chelating therapy for heavy metal poisoning and supplementation of essential trace elements.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22473261

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The Severity of Autism Is Associated with Toxic Metal Body Burden and Red Blood Cell Glutathione Levels

Overall, the correlation analysis found multiple significant correlations of severity of autism and the urinary excretion of toxic metals, such that a higher body burden of toxic metals was associated with more severe autistic symptoms.

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jt/2009/532640/

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Autism: A novel form of mercury poisoning

The history of acrodynia illustrates that a severe disorder, afflicting a small but significant percentage of children, can arise from a seemingly benign application of low doses of mercury. This review establishes the likelihood that Mercury (Hg) may likewise be etiologically significant in ASD, with the Hg derived from thimerosal in vaccines rather than teething powders. Due to the extensive parallels between autism and HgP, the likelihood of a causal relationship is great. Given this possibility, TMS should be removed from all childhood vaccines, and the mechanisms of Hg toxicity in autism should be thoroughly investigated. With perhaps 1 in 150 children now diagnosed with ASD, development of HgP-related treatments, such as chelation, would prove beneficial for this large and seemingly growing population.

https://www.hindawi.com/journals/jt/2009/532640/

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Toxicity, mechanism and health effects of some heavy metals

Chronic exposure of lead can result in mental retardation, birth defects, psychosis, autism, allergies, dyslexia, weight loss, hyperactivity, paralysis, muscular weakness, brain damage, kidney damage and may even cause death (Martin & Griswold, 2009)

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4427717/#CIT0051

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The relationship between mercury and autism

Numerous studies have been conducted over the last three decades that examine the relationship between mercury and ASD. This comprehensive search for human studies that examined the potential relationship between mercury and ASD found 91 studies between 1999 to February 2016. The findings from the vast majority (74%) of those studies suggest that mercury is a risk factor for ASD. These studies reveal both direct and indirect effects of mercury exposure.

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0946672X16300931

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Humic and Fulvic Acids as Potentially Toxic Metal Reducing Agents in Water

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/321694288_Humic_and_Fulvic_Acids_as_Potentially_Toxic_Metal_Reducing_Agents_in_Water

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Fulvic Acid is a chelator of heavy metals. Removing toxins from the body.