“ADHD is largely an American disorder and is much less prevalent elsewhere. This impression was reinforced by the perception that ADHD may stem from social and cultural factors that are most common in American society.”
A lot of restaurants don’t want to get sued (cosmetics companies neither).
The claims of papers like these, widely/falsely cited as ‘debunking’, don’t hold up to a basic level of biological knowledge. They are critical of a hypothesis for theoretical reasons they do not actively study, so it is not the all-clear being claimed by the intellectually dishonest, which would require actually testing them in a longitudinal experimental study (medical field standard). This is particularly important as any method design with heavy metals, which build up in the body (forming compounds together, in a cocktail effect) over decades. Rat studies go one-by-one, an element at a time, which lacks external validity/ real-world relevance.
Ancient Rome was taken down by the lead lining the pipes and wine goblets.
Will the West be taken down by fluoride and aluminium (the former is used to process the later, used in food processing since the replacement of tin in tins)?
This substance is called Fluoroaluminum, the two bind together and pass through the blood-brain barrier.
Considering the inexplicable rise of autoimmune and inflammatory conditions that can ONLY be connected to environmental pollutants, and the newly coined bystander damage effect on brain cells when toxic metals accumulate, who’s to say?