Remove Heavy Metal Toxins From Your Body
Counter the damaging effects of pollution and contaminants on your body with Advanced Cellular Zeolite (ACZ).
Benefits of ACZ
- Effectively removes toxic heavy metals such as lead, mercury, and fluoride from the body
- Leaves beneficial metals behind
- Leads to a reduction in free radicals
- Many antiaging and anti-infection benefits
- Contains the purest and most effective form of zeolite available
ACZ and heavy metal detoxification
Zeolite is a crystal found in volcanic ash. In the past it was used as a remedy to enhance well-being and overall health.
Today we understand zeolite to be an effective detoxification and chelation agent. Chelation is the process of removing toxic heavy metals from the body.
A wealth of scientific research points to the carcinogenic, neurotoxic and enzyme-disrupting effects of heavy metals. In particular, keeping lead levels low is thought to be crucial in the fight against disease.
ACZ as an antioxidant
There is a considerable amount of published evidence that high levels of heavy metals in the blood stream lead to higher levels of free radicals. Reducing the burden of heavy metals automatically reduces the number and activity of free radicals.
The link between free radicals and aging is well established. ACZ is therefore a valuable weapon in your antiaging armory.
How does ACZ work?
Zeolite, has a honeycomb structure, which allows it to trap heavy metals more effectively than other chelation agents.
Research has shown zeolite has an ideal shape for mopping up and removing toxins such as aluminum, arsenic, cadmium, lead, mercury, and tin, without removing beneficial minerals such as zinc and potassium.
In particular, zeolite is an effective chelator of fluorine, omnipresent in toothpaste and water supplies.
The tiny nanometer-sized particles in ACZ get straight into the bloodstream when sprayed under the tongue. They are highly effective at mopping up heavy metals due to their large surface area, and are easily passed out of the body, along with harmful heavy metals, once they"ve done their job.