Exotoxins include:

  • Air pollutants (diesel fumes, ground level ozone, carbon dioxide, car exhaust, benzene, radon gas, carbon monoxide, tobacco smoke etc.)
  • Inhalant allergens (animal dander, molds, dust mites, algae, pollens etc.)
  • Xenobiotics (insecticides, herbicides, pesticides, organochlorines, PCBs, dioxins, furans, food additives, food colorings, preservatives, plastics, PVC, bisphenol A, phthalates, solvents, formaldehyde etc.)
  • Brominated fire retardants
  • Cosmetics (artificial fragrances and dyes; sodium laurel sulphate; bismuth; phthalates; methyl, propyl, butyl and ethyl parabens; propylene glycol; stearalkonium chloride, triethanolamine, lead, isopropyl alcohol)
  • Toxic metals (lead, cadmium, mercury, copper, arsenic, aluminum, tin, nickel, etc.)
  • Organic toxins (aflatoxin, ergot toxins, fumosine, penicillium toxins, mycotoxins etc.)
  • Drug toxins (most pharmaceuticals have toxic side effects, especially on the liver, kidneys and heart)
  • Antibiotics (these turn off your white blood cells’ response to clean up dying tissue and bacterial toxins. Residual toxic material can then penetrate inside cells, damaging the nucleus and mitochondria). In contrast, a fever helps to cleans up this debris.
  • Vaccination toxins (commonly contain mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde, foreign DNA, large undigested proteins, viral toxins)
  • Vitamin and mineral excesses (vitamin D, A, E, copper, selenium, iodine, sodium, iron etc.)
  • Infections (viral, fungal, bacterial, parasitic etc.)
  • Lifestyle toxins (caffeine, sugar, cooked fats, smoking, alcohol, recreational drugs, broiled meat, etc.)
  • Food sensitivities (gluten, wheat, yeast, dairy, citrus, eggs, pork, nightshades, peanuts, individualized foods)
  • Energetic phenomena (electromagnetic fields, ionizing radiation, geopathic stress, etc.)