Is falling fertility explained by exposure to toxic aluminium?

Could recent research highlighting a drop in fertility by 60% and lowering of sperm count in men actually be explained by human exposure to aluminium –  a toxic metal that has become so common it can found in things we eat and use every day?

Research by scientists at Keele University and in France suggest it might. For more information see:

Copies of this research paper are available from the author, Professor Christopher Exley of Keele University on request by email to

Keele scientists, using rainforest water called Acilis by Spritzer, have found that drinking a litre a day of silica-rich water is an effective and non-invasive way to help to remove aluminium from the body. See:


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