Flint, Michigan, after recently discovering their drinking water to be highly toxic and polluted with lead, is being told to blood test for lead poisoning. Those who test clear are allowed to believe they are not in danger. We know this to be untrue, but Western medicine had limited knowledge of lead and the effects of the poison on the body. Lead protocol in America is archaic.
We know that lead stores quickly in bones and tissue. This storage, which can take place in 30 days or less, can no longer be revealed in the blood. When allowed to be stored indefinitely, storages of lead, and other metals, cause untold numbers of chronic illness and deaths which are misdiagnosed as signs of aging or diseases. Lead poisoning left untreated provides for a very painful life.