THE AGE OF ALUMINUM
Age of Aluminum profiles people whose health has been seriously impacted by aluminum exposure, and interviews the leading scientists who are examining the link between this known neurotoxin and a growing epidemic of illnesses.
In recent years a growing body of scientific evidence links aluminum exposure to life threatening illnesses and disabilities including breast cancer, autism, and Alzheimer’s, while industry and regulatory agencies perpetuate the myth that aluminum causes no harm.
This film provides an in-depth look at the serious long term risks of aluminum exposure in order to educate consumers about the dangers associated with aluminum. It aims to empower consumers with the knowledge and tools to protect their health and urges them to advocate for policies and practices safeguarding public health.
Directed by Bert Ehgartner
Produced by Langbein & Partner Media
Distributed by The Video Project