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"I wish Surviving Toxic Terrorism had been written 23 years ago! I developed MS 23 years ago and it took me 15 years of suffering to finally discover that toxic metals were one of the underlying causes of my condition. I needlessly suffered physically and emotionally due to ignorance. Steve Wohlberg's new book surely will be an eye opener for many people."
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In case you haven’t noticed, environmental pollution, toxins, chemicals, PCBs, dioxins, and heavy metals like mercury, arsenic, uranium and lead now saturate our air, water, soil, food supply, and homes, and these poisons can kill us. In his newest book, Surviving Toxic Terrorism: How to Conquer Killer Chemicals at War with Your Health, Steve Wohlberg tells the touching story of his own son’s mysterious seizure disorder, how the Wohlberg’s discovered its hidden, underlying cause, and the path to healing. Loaded with credible, practical insights, his book could literally save your life, and the lives of those you love.
In Surviving Toxic Terrorism, you will discover:
Here's what the EPA says about heavy metals:
Lead affects practically all systems of the body, especially the central nervous system, kidney and blood cells. It can cause convulsions, coma, and death.
Arsenic has been linked to cancer of the lungs, bladder, skin, kidney, liver and prostate.
Uranium damages the kidneys and increases risk of bone, lung, and liver cancers, plus blood diseases.
Cadmium affects the heart and blood vessels, GI tract, nervous, urinary, reproductive and respiratory systems, and causes cancer.
|Steve Wohlberg is the Speaker/Director of White Horse Media (Newport, WA). Television producer, radio host, and the author of 30+ books, he has been a guest on over 500 radio and television shows, has appeared in three History Channel documentaries, and has spoken by special invitation inside the Pentagon and U.S. Senate. He currently lives in Priest River, Idaho, with his wife Kristin, and their two small children, Seth and Abigail. He also writes a monthly column for the Wisconsin Christian News.|