Cadmium

How to reduce Cadmium in your life

  1. Filter your tap water! I use a Zero Water Filter. This filter comes with a water tester. I was surprised how polluted the water was in Worthing – it was 298 out of 500 before filtering it – and yes, the filter really does get it down to zero. BUT the filters only last for one month and the water tastes disgusting and is undrinkable once the filter is gone. Read more about my experience with Zero Water Filter here.
  2. Reduce consumption of prawns, crab meat, cereals, potatoes, liver, nuts, pulses, kidney – These foods are higher in cadmium. The European Commission says: “human exposure to cadmium have indicated an increased risk of cancer such as in the lung, endometrium, bladder, and breast.”
  3. Brazil nuts because they contain oodles of selenium which counteracts xenoestrogens and is said to be effective in reducing prostate and breast cancer.

Cadmium and endometrial cancer

What is cadmium?

When my biopsy revealed that my endometrial thickening was being fed with excess oestrogen I researched this and found that xenoestrogens including cadmium mimicked real oestrogen and can cause hormonal havoc. Cadmium is a toxic metal found in the earth! Cadmium is round in fruit and vegetables (from the soil) and drinking water! that mimics estrogen in the body.

  • Smoking is a huge source of cadmium. It is also found in liver, kidneys and prawns.
  • Cadmium is found in nuts, however, Brazil nuts are high in selenium which counteracts the effects of xenoestrogens on in hormone receptors in the womb.
  • Too much selenium is dangerous. Just seven Brazil nuts provides more than three times the daily recommended dose of selenium.
  • As previously stated, I am not a doctor or a scientist, and have therefore listed the source links below my research so you can read for yourself.

Source links to Cadmium research

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Vlog 26 – Blooming Wonderful Wombs - My Womb Story

It's been a while and I'm back! I hope you are all feeling wonderful. I took a break after reading Anita Moorjani's book, Dying to be me. In short, Anita got cancer, slipped into a coma, then had a Near Death Experience (NDE), returned to her body and was cancer free within months. The doctors were astounded.

In her excellent book, Anita is certain that her cancer arose from a combination of fear of cancer and pleasing people. She tried many diets and consumed supplements to avoid cancer, then she still got cancer.

I learned through reading Anita's books and her quiz that I am an empath. This explains my desire to fix the world and probably why I have launched several charitable initiatives. As you know, the slogan for Blooming Wonderful Wombs is: Healthy Womb, Healthy Mind and Healthy Soul.

Thanks to Anita sharing her story, I have decided to focus on mental and spiritual health for the time being. Alongside reducing oestrogens to keep our bodies in balance, I'm positive this is a winning combination.

This channel contains daily vlogs sharing my journey to return to a healthy womb!
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