A new study published in journal Cancer Research Dietary reveals that dietary cadmium exposure increases the risk of postmenopausal breast cancer, confirming earlier research that a broad range of metals we are now increasingly being exposed to represent an emerging class of “metalloestrogens” with the potential to add to the estrogenic burden of the human breast.
Aluminum toxicity, a characteristically manmade problem, is now impossible to avoid, and has become a postmodern human rite of passage. Not only are we being exposed, daily, through environmental pollution in our water, soil and air, but many of our regulatory agencies consider it perfectly safe to intentionally consume or inject the stuff directly into our bodies.
Recent decades have brought enormous increases in breast cancer. Could aluminum, a known human toxin that's the basis for antiperspirants, be the culprit?