Chris Exley is one of the key reasons you should book your tickets today for the LiveAware Expo: Living Health in a Toxic World.  He is flying over especially from the UK to be our keynote speaker and will be sharing information that everyone needs to hear to ensure you don’t let the neurotoxicity of Aluminum enter your home and bodies.

Chris has recently appeared in two world aclaimed documentaries about Aluminium – Injecting Aluminum and The Age of Aluminum – and will be talking about the high prevalence of Aluminum in our world and the severe effects it has on our bodies.  Sluminum has been linked to breast cancer, alzheimers, and is considered a possible cause for many other illnesses.  He will help us understand how we can remove aluminum from our bodies and environments, so we are less likely to suffer from such illnesses.

Chris is a Biologist with a PhD in the ecotoxicology of aluminium (University of Stirling). His research career (1984-present) has focused upon an intriguing paradox; ‘how come the third most abundant element of the Earth’s crust (aluminium) is non-essential and largely inimcal to life’. Investigating this mystery has required research in myriad fields from the basic inorganic chemistry of the reaction of aluminium and silicon to the potentially complex biological availability of aluminium in humans. He is also fascinated by the element silicon in relation to living things which, as the second most abundant element of the Earth’s crust, is also almost devoid of biological function. One possible function of silicon is to keep aluminium out of biology (biota) and this forms a large part of the research in our group. He is also interested in biological silicification.

Chris will be speaking on September 30th at 1pm on “Living in the Age of Aluminum” and at 7pm as the keynote at the Speaker Dinner on “Living Safely (and Healthily) in the Aluminum Age.

Book your tickets today for the LiveAware Expo: www.liveaware.com/register

Discounted hotel rates still available: http://liveaware.com/venue/

Look forward to seeing you there.