The Toxic Metals : Metals and Heavy Metals
The presence of toxic metals in the environment around us and pretty devastating. The body absorbs toxic metals daily through different routes of penetration (breathing, eating, etc.) And toxic particles penetrating into the human body are deposited in various organs accumulate over time until reaching concentration levels dangerous to human health. It is estimated that the average daily absorption of aluminum from the human body is estimated nanograms, which means that at the age of 60 years the levels of Al in the body have reached the figures are very harmful for human health. Many scientists, today, for example, tend to connect the effects of the Alhzeimer and other neurodegenerative disorders in the presence of aluminum in the body. What I certainly intend to achieve with the creation of this little work is to spread the knowledge of the dangers threatening humanity and that for too long have been ignored by the multitude; This is certainly not to frighten the reader, but to warn him and give him a chance to defend himself.
- Paperback | 26 pages
- 139.7 x 215.9 x 1.78mm | 81.65g
- 28 Jan 2015
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
- United States
- Large type / large print
- Large Print
- colour illustrations
About Eng Antimo Audino
About the author: Antimo Audino he graduated with honors in Electrical Engineering from the Faculty of the University of Naples "Federico II." Expert in Power electronics and industrial applications, and after several managerial experience as a designer in different companies decided to share the knowledge learned through texts written by himself. (Italian Version) Antimo Audino si e laureato a pieni voti in Ingegneria Elettronica presso la Facolta dell'Universita degli Studi di Napoli "Federico II." Esperto in elettronica di potenza e applicazioni industriali, dopo diverse esperienze come manager e progettista in diverse aziende del settore ha deciso di condividere le conoscenze acquisite attraverso realizzazione di testi scritti da se stesso."