Unless you own a homestead and make literally everything you use and own. But not even a homesteader would consider that realistic or possible. From deodorant and antiperspirant, to baby formula and vaccines.
A healthy individual will typically eliminate aluminium in the body largely through urine. Even so, due to it’s atomic size and electric charge (0.051 nm and 3+, respectively) it can inhibit absorption of several essential elements of similar characteristics. Magnesium, calcium and iron are some examples. The real danger is when the GI tract is bypassed such as through an injection.
As per medscape:
“Approximately 95% of an aluminum load becomes bound to transferrin and albumin intravascularly and is then eliminated renally. In healthy subjects, only 0.3% of orally administered aluminum is absorbed via the GI tract and the kidneys effectively eliminate aluminum from the human body. It is only when the GI barrier is bypassed, such as intravenous infusion or in the presence of advanced renal dysfunction, that aluminum has the potential to accumulate. As an example, with intravenously infused aluminum, 40% is retained in adults and up to 75% is retained in neonates.”
So that's up to 75% being retained by babies receiving injections containing aluminium. The long term effects on health from bio-accumulation of this metal can be seen in several of the studies in the further reading section at the bottom.
Aluminium is known to be highly biologically active and when the body cannot excrete the substance it must push it into places that it considers to be less threatening than the guaranteed failure of your kidneys. Places like the brain, spleen, and bones.
Chronic pain conditions such as macrophagic myofasciitis can also occur when the body cannot eliminate the heavy metal from the system, chronic fatigue as well. And as you will see in the studies linked below it can also render you infertile.
In the brain the effects are long lasting:
“Aluminum causes an oxidative stress within brain tissue. Since the elimination half-life of aluminum from the human brain is 7 years, this can result in cumulative damage via the element's interference with neurofilament axonal transport and neurofilament assembly. Some experts believe it plays a role in leading to the formation of Alzheimer-like neurofibrillary tangles. Blaylock et al suggest that the heterogeneous symptoms of autism spectrum disorders have a connection with dysregulation of glutamatergic neurotransmission in the brain along with enhancement of excitatory receptor function by proinflammatory immune cytokines as the underlying pathophysiological process.”
When the half life is measured against the number of doses a child receives by age 6 we can only speculate on the effects until the appropriate studies have been conducted to test for aluminium in the brains of children. You can see the schedule here.
If your wondering how to remove the aluminium from your body or a child’s body then a good resource to start with is http://aboutclay.com as well as reading labels and making sure you know the other names for aluminium like alum.
Chelation therapy is the most dramatic and effective way to remove heavy metals from the body but requires a doctor to prescribe it.
Aluminium - wikipedia
Aluminium toxicity - Medscape
Microprobe studies of aluminum accumulation in association with human central nervous system disease.
What is the risk of aluminium as a neurotoxin?
Plasma Aluminium Concentrations in Paediatric Patients Receiving Long-Term Parenteral Nutrition.
Effects of sub-chronic aluminium chloride exposure on rat ovaries.
Assessment of genotoxicity of aluminium acetate in bone marrow, male germ cells and fetal liver cells of Swiss albino mice.
Effect of vitamin E and selenium against aluminium-induced nephrotoxicity in pregnant rats.
Crucial role for the Nalp3 inflammasome in the immunostimulatory properties of aluminium adjuvants
In Vitro Adsorption of Aluminum by an Edible Biopolymer Poly(γ-glutamic acid).
BRAIN-ALUMINIUM CONCENTRATION IN DIALYSIS ENCEPHALOPATHY
ALUMINIUM POISONING: DIALYSIS ENCEPHALOPATHY, OSTEOMALACIA, AND ANAEMIA
Aluminium, neurofibrillary degeneration and Alzheimer's disease.
Aluminum exposure and toxicity in neonates: a practical guide to halt aluminum overload in the prenatal and perinatal periods
A role for the body burden of aluminium in vaccine-associated macrophagic myofasciitis and chronic fatigue syndrome
Macrophagic myofasciitis lesions assess long-term persistence of vaccine-derived aluminium hydroxide in muscle