As a parent, there are many things you need to learn about when it comes to the care of your child. One major concern for parents is the increasing health risk that heavy metal poisoning poses for their babies. In fact, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics, a baby food’s risk of developing an adverse outcome from heavy metal exposure is 10 times greater than it was just 20 years ago!
What is Heavy Metal Poisoning?
Heavy Metal Poisoning is a serious condition that is possible when any type of metal accidentally enters the body. It’s important to understand the three types of metals that can cause this issue: elemental, inorganic, and organic. The symptoms of Heavy Metal Poisoning vary depending on which type of metal caused the poisoning. It’s also essential to know which metals to avoid in foods so your baby doesn’t get poisoned in the first place.
Steps for Preventing Metal Poisoning
The following are basic steps you can take to protect your baby from heavy metal poisoning.
1) Do not use medicines, such as Tylenol or ibuprofen, that contain heavy metals
2) Avoid using products with these metals that might be in a home: hair dye, bleaches, pesticide, medication labels, cosmetics, and toothpaste
3) Validate food with a digital scale before serving it to your child.
4) Check water regularly for heavy metals
File a Lawsuit
If you suspect your baby has been exposed to heavy metal poisoning, then you should file a baby food lawsuit. You have three options on how to go about this. First, you can file a claim with the manufacturer of the product that caused the poisoning. Second, you can file a claim against the store or manufacturer of the product if it was sold as new. Third, you can also file a claim against any other party that is not considered an “innocent seller” in order to recoup some of your losses.
What to Do If Your Baby is Poisoned by Heavy Metals
Heavy metals are a serious health threat that can poison your baby. Research has found that certain heavy metals like mercury, lead, and arsenic can cause brain damage and other harmful effects, including death. If this happens, you should take the following steps immediately: Heavy metals like lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium can be found in some of the everyday products that we use. Many of these toxins are in our homes and workplaces and can affect the health of your unborn baby. But you can protect your baby with a few simple precautions. One is to keep all toys and other materials coming into contact with your child’s mouth away from his or her hands. It is also important to have an indoor potty area where this is done instead of on the floor.
Length of Time for Symptoms to Appear and How Long the Effects Last
The length of time that it can take for heavy metal poisoning symptoms to show is different for each case. For example, lead poisoning may not cause any immediate symptoms or may cause premature death in infants. Lead poisoning could also have no detectable effects until later in the child’s life. Other cases of heavy metal poisoning may result in nausea and other gastrointestinal issues to develop from short-term exposure. The effects of heavy metal poisoning could last from a few months to several years depending on how much contamination remains in the body and how long it takes for the body to get rid of it.