Sodium aluminate can interfere with the body's metabolism. Sodium aluminate could be a very serious matter. Some of these interference mechanisms are well established. However, long-term effects and health consequences are often still largely unknown. In addition, an emerging area of concern and currently unstudied area is the combined synergistic effect of these metabolism-disrupting chemicals on human health.

Metabolic interference occurs when substances produce highly reactive and often destructive intermediates during detoxification, or when substances bind to structurally important groups on specific enzymes, molecules, receptors and membranes, or target DNA or mimic key nutrients.

 

Exposure to Sodium aluminate can cause health symptoms

Symptoms can be short-term or long-term, depending on the duration and intensity of exposure and areas of impact such as cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, cognitive, fatigue, etc. If inhaled, substances with this property may cause allergic skin reactions, severe eye irritation, allergic or asthma symptoms, or breathing difficulties.

 

Sodium aluminate is toxic to certain organs

 

Can damage the liver, kidneys, lungs, heart or intestines. Ironically, the liver, kidneys and intestines are the main detoxification systems.

 

Sodium aluminate dissolves easily in water. Therefore, Sodium aluminate can be easily transported by water. Not really dirty, but this feature helps quickly spread other dirty properties that the substance might have.