Pollution

 Pollution

Pollutants are all the dead things around us that should not get

into your body because they interfere with its work. As long as

they don't penetrate your tissues, they won't interfere, like plastic

eyeglasses and clothing. But if they are invasive, your body must

fight to remove them.

Pollutants can invade your body via the air you breath, the

foods and beverages you eat, and the products you put on your

skin.

The biggest tragedy is not recognizing

when a pollutant is harming you.

Two people can use the same face cream. One develops a

rash, the other does not. The one who did not assumes the cream

is not harmful to themÖthat they are like a bank vault, impregnable

to that product. A better assumption is that the face cream

is somewhat toxic, as evidenced by the rash that can develop,

and they escaped the rash only because they had a stronger immune

system. The immune system is like money, paid out of the

bank vault, for every toxic invasion. When the money is gone, the

bank (your health) fails.



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