Oral Chelation for Children Exposed to Lead Paint in their Toys

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Oral Chelation is a safe approach for detoxifying children exposed to lead paint in their toys. Extreme Health Inc. provides detailed instructions and dosages for children. Lead is a very dangerous toxin that effects the cognitive development of children. On our website we have created a page that lists symptoms and behaviors of children affected by lead poisoning. http://www.extremehealthusa.com/lead-paint-exposure.html

The recall of 7.3 million play sets from China tainted with lead paint is serious. It may or may not be the tip of the iceberg with the majority of toys in the world now made in China which clearly does not have sufficient consumer safeguards in place.

Extreme Health Inc. has updated it's website to provide information on lead and its effects on children. http://www.extremehealthusa.com/lead-paint-exposure.html

Lead is of course a dangerous heavy metal toxin that unfortunately effects children and their cognitive development more acutely. Some of the symptoms and effects of lead poisoning particularly on children are:
-Depression and mood swings
-Irritability, aggressive behaviors, and temper tantrums
-Hyperactive behaviours, difficult to manage
-Hearing loss, difficulty hearing
-Sleep difficulties/ disturbances
-Attention problems, lacks eye contact, impaired visual fixation
-Impaired reaction time. lower performance on timed tests

  • Impaired Verbal function / linguistic deficits

-Uneven performance on IQ scores and low IQ scores
-Visual-motor skills deficits
-Loss of appetite

Extreme Health Inc, President and Founder, Michele Payne-Salomon said, "If you believe your child has been exposed to lead paint and heavy metal poisoning please monitor their behavior and for some of the changes listed above. Lead is a serious health hazard."

"Our Detox Heavy Metals Oral Chelation formula is designed to help detoxify from heavy metal toxins like lead. You can learn more by visiting http://www.extremehealthusa.com/lead-paint-exposure.html

We have detailed instructions and safe dosages for children that can be viewed here at

"Please do some research if your child has been exposed to lead paint from tainted toys."


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