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Do You Love a Bit of Body Ink?

Do you have tattoos? Ever heard of Heavy Metal Toxicity (HMT)? I love body art, and some people just look so good with tattoos. I myself have two tattoos, and I’ve had some help shaping my eyebrows. I can honestly say I would have had more tattoos if I were not trained as a practitioner in Kinesiology. If you’re a nutritionist, you know exactly how I feel when someone offers you lunch at McDonald’s—LOL.


Tattoos and Health Awareness

First off, let me say that I’m not against tattooing. My partner is literally covered in tattoos, but since living with me, he takes a greens powder supplement and is aware of how heavy metals can get stuck in the blood barrier between the layers of skin when tattooing. For details on this, check out these articles:

The Impact of Tattoo Inks on Health

Heavy Metal Toxicity in Tattoos


I am not here to put you off getting a tattoo or tell you that you will get sick from having them. However, I am passionate about preserving health and health maintenance. This is why I love sharing knowledge and will continue to do so in the various fields I have trained in professionally.

Zeolite and Heavy Metal Toxicity

Zeolite is a product I stumbled across while living in South Africa. This product is fantastic at purging heavy metals from the body. Here’s how it works and where you can buy it:

What is Zeolite?

Zeolite is a naturally occurring mineral with a unique structure that traps heavy metals and toxins, helping to eliminate them from the body.

How Does Zeolite Work?

When ingested, zeolite travels through the body, absorbing heavy metals and other toxins like a sponge. It then helps to safely eliminate them through natural bodily functions.

Where to Buy Zeolite?

Zeolite can be found at health stores, online retailers, and specialized supplement shops. Always ensure you buy from reputable sources to get high-quality products.

Other Suggestions for Detoxing from Heavy Metal Toxicity (HMT)

  1. Chlorella and Spirulina – These green algae are known for their detoxifying properties and can help bind heavy metals in the body.
  1. Cilantro – This herb has been shown to mobilize heavy metals from tissues, making them easier to excrete.
  1. Saunas – Regular use of saunas can help the body sweat out toxins, including heavy metals.
  1. Glutathione – This powerful antioxidant supports the liver in detoxifying heavy metals.
  1. Activated Charcoal – It can bind to toxins and heavy metals in the gut, preventing their absorption.

Importance of Health Maintenance with Tattoos

Tattooing can introduce heavy metals and other toxins into your body. This is especially relevant if you have mercury amalgam fillings or use various skincare products that might contain harmful substances. Did you know your skin is your largest organ and anything you put on it goes directly into your bloodstream?

To monitor the toxic load in everyday products, you can use these apps:

– Think Dirty](**

– An app that helps you learn about potential toxins in your skincare, haircare, and household products.

– EWG (Environmental Working Group)](**

– A resource to check the safety and environmental impact of various products.

Get Creative, but Be Mindful

Get creative with your body artistry if it’s calling you, but be mindful of health maintenance to keep you in tip-top shape! For a free lifestyle analysis with me, just reach out

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