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The harm of aluminum powder to human body

There are three main ways to prevent the harm of aluminum: First, it is recommended that the city water company should be responsible for its own responsibility to the people. Do not use aluminum salt [such as potassium aluminum sulfate (KAI (SO4) 2) as a water purifying agent; Aluminum products are used as cookware; third, eat less foods containing more aluminum salt additives (such as fritters).
Once the aluminum powder enters the human body, it first deposits in the brain, which may cause brain damage and cause severe memory loss. This is a symptom unique to Alzheimer's disease. Researchers involved in the work said that experiments on mice showed that the aluminum content in their brains reached a measurable level after only drinking a cup of aluminum-treated water. Studies in mice have found that trace amounts of aluminum mixed in drinking water enter the brain of mice and accumulate there. The researchers' study of patients with dementia found that 30% of the neocortical area in the brain of this type of patients has an aluminum concentration greater than 4 μg/g (dry weight). In the brain of the patient's brain, the aluminum content is 4 times that of healthy people. Up to 30 times. Researchers believe that if aluminum accumulates in the brain over time, it will kill the neurons and make people lose their memory. One scientist said: We have been drinking aluminum-purified water and eating foods containing aluminum salts throughout our lives, so when we were very old, we had accumulated a lot of aluminum in our bodies. He pointed out that the incidence of Alzheimer's disease has generally increased worldwide in the past 70 years. He said aluminum is also used in food emulsifiers.
Aluminum can directly impair the activity of osteoblasts, thereby inhibiting matrix synthesis of bone. At the same time, the absorption of aluminum by the digestive system leads to an increase in urinary calcium excretion and a deficiency in calcium in the human body. Aluminum continuously accumulates and carries out physiological functions in the human body, and can also cause encephalopathy and bone disease and non-iron deficiency anemia.
Aluminum also dehydrates the plant cell protoplasm and then destroys and dies. Aluminum combines with pectin in the cell wall to strengthen the cross-linked structure of pectin, which hinders plants from absorbing water and nutrients. Aluminum is also closely related to mineral nutrients such as calcium and phosphorus in plants. It can inhibit the absorption and accumulation of calcium and phosphorus in general plants, and also affect their absorption and accumulation of elements such as potassium, magnesium, iron, manganese, copper and zinc. Aluminum is also toxic to aquatic animals. When the pH is about 5, it is deposited in the fish gill in the form of aluminum hydroxide, making it difficult for oxygen to enter the blood, and the salt concentration in the fish is imbalanced, causing the fish to die. The concentration of aluminum on aquatic animals is generally above 70 μg/L. An increase in the aluminum content in the water will cause a large amount of organic matter to condense, causing aquatic animals to die due to lack of nutrients. Aluminum can precipitate phosphorus, which is a serious threat to aquatic animals.
Aluminum is highly toxic to the human body and toxic to living things. Soluble aluminum compounds are toxic to most plants, and the dissolved aluminum compounds in the water of acidic soils make it difficult for normal crops to grow normally. Usually, when the dissolved aluminum reaches 10-20 PPM or more, the plant will develop aluminum toxicity. Aluminum in the soil can combine with soluble phosphate to form insoluble aluminum phosphate, causing the plant to die of phosphorus deficiency.