If you been eating fish from the oceans, breathing air down-wind from coal-fired power plants, or if you have been vaccinated, or have amalgam fillings in your mouth, you should be concerned about mercury toxicity.
If you are eating food that has been grown on fields that get rained on from clouds polluted by smog from China or radioactive fallout from Japan, you should be concerned.
If you played with lead paint-covered toys, or touched walls and porches, you need to act. Cadmium from cigarette smoke is an issue, and our polluted food supply is not magically cleaning itself up either.
The commonly used tools to deal with heavy metal toxicity include EDTA, Chlorella, Cilantro, and clays, including Bentonite. EDTA needs to be supplied by an intravenous (IV) drop or rectally as suppositories. These methods dislodge the sequestered (sent to some hiding places) toxins, and depending on the intensity of your program can cause unwanted and unwelcome side effects that include dizziness, headaches, sensory distortions, sense of unreality, and a multitude of neurological complications.
There are several types of zeolite, varying in composition and structure. The most effective for removing heavy metals from the human body is Clinoptilolite. Zeolite removes heavy metals by binding the toxic molecules in a physical or mechanical way, not chemically as happens with chelation. Heavy metals are pulled into the cage-like structure and are excreted through your regular elimination pathways.
Zeolite can be synergistically supported by humic and fulvic acid, to help remove the industrial toxins out of your body. Please let me know what you think of the video explaining How Zeolite Works to Detox Heavy Metals.