Current research has shown that an average person is exposed to over 80,000 known toxins and heavy metals every day. These harmful toxins are commonly found in drinking water, in furniture, in medication, or even in the air we breathe.
With constant exposure, heavy metals can quickly accumulate in the tissues of the human body without the person knowing, thus becoming hidden killers. Even at lower levels, exposure to heavy metals can cause serious health problems that may affect the body’s ability to function properly. Many of the symptoms of low toxicity of heavy metals are often misdiagnosed as common health problems; Symptoms include fatigue, headaches and migraines, rashes and eczema, anxiety, depression and other disorders. The vague nature of these symptoms is one reason why heavy metals have become so important.
When visiting a doctor to diagnose these symptoms, it is unlikely that he will consider the toxicity of heavy metals. Typically, physicians are not willing to seek the accumulation of heavy metals in the body. Not to mention that the acute accumulation of heavy metals is extremely difficult to test and detect. Consequently, many people suffer from the toxic effects of heavy metal toxicity without knowing it. Therefore, when some of them make efforts to maintain a proper diet, they can not improve their health at all.
Therefore, you should try to remove heavy metals from the body with the help of the so-called “chelators”, that is, compounds that have the unique ability to bind to heavy metals and extract them from body tissue. In other words, they act like magnets. After extraction, the body can simply remove heavy metals from the system. Although there are several types of “chelators”, clinoptilolite zeolite is considered the most effective. Clinoptilolite zeolite is a mineral with a unique capacity to capture toxins in its crystalline structure. Among the toxic heavy metals that clinoptilolite zeolite extracts, we can include: arsenic in water or juice, mercury in fish or dental fillings, lead in water supply pipes and others.
There are hundreds of articles and world case studies demonstrating the zeolite’s ability to remove toxins. For example, the Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences found that clinoptilolite detoxifies small, lead-bearing mammals. The Geoscience Department of the University of Wisconsin has discovered that clinoptilolite zeolite is effective in removing arsenic from water.