What is Pollution?
From the book of Hulda Clark: The Cure for All Diseases,
“Pollutants are all the dead things around us that should not get into your body because they interfere with its work. As long as they don’t penetrate your tissues, they won’t interfere, like plastic eyeglasses and clothing. But if they are invasive, your body must fight to remove them.
Pollutants can invade your body via the air you breath, the foods and beverages you eat, and the products you put on your skin.”
The biggest tragedy is not recognizing when a pollutant is harming you.
Dr. Hulda Clark has specific classifications in her book: solvents, metals, mycotoxins and physical toxins. See page 36 of her book The Cure for All Diseases.
I like identifying the pollutants via a different classification:
- Soaps and detergents we put on our body.
- Detergents and chemicals we wash our clothes with.
- The air we breath, at home, at work, in transit.
- Things we put on our skin
- Things we eat
- What we wear
- Our home.
- Our work.
However you want to classify it, these pollutants are deadly and they chip away at our immune system everyday.