Is Kale Killing You?
You’d never eat rat poison — you’re a health nut!
But that’s exactly what the residents of California’s wealthiest county were doing, without their knowledge.
Sounds crazy. But Dr. Ernie Hubbard saw it day after day in his office.
Patients coming in with fatigue, digestive troubles, brain fog, and nausea.
(One poor woman had her blonde hair falling out in clumps!)
The culprit was a shocking neurotoxin — too much kale!
You see, thick leaf-vegetables like kale can actually absorb too much of a heavy metal toxin called thallium out of the ground.
But thallium was originally a rat poison. That’s right, some kale leaves contain thallium — the same neurotoxin that Saddam Hussein used to assassinate his political enemies!
So once Dr. Hubbard’s patient stopped eating so much of it, her hair grew right back. And her other symptoms went away too.
You should be okay if you just have a kale salad every once in a while…
But be careful not to overload on it, especially if you are eating Kale from California.
Tip: Never eat kale if you have a tendency to have UTI, or have had kidney problems.
Health and Wellness Associates
Preventative and Restorative Medicine
Dir. Of Personalized Healthcare