#Zeolites.

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#Zeolites are microporous materials of volcanic origin. They occur as natural minerals with a microporous structure consisting of thousands of tiny channels that can bind significant amounts of toxins and heavy metals harmful to health, as well as free radicals, nitrosamines, inone ammonium, mycotoxins, pesticides and radioactive cations.
The zeolite is one of the important tools to combat and neutralize free radicals, also they act on heavy metals like mercury, cadmium, lead, which are among the best known and most dangerous toxic agents for the body and the environment, present in trace quantities in the dust we breathe and the food we eat.

The zeolite through the reduction of these metals in the gastro-intestinal tract can reduce their presence in the whole body (detoxification) and prevent its absorption in tissues (prevention). Several have been performed on a particular type of zeolite for its possible applications in medicine: the zeolite clinoptilolite subjected to activation.

The zeolite is one of the important tools to combat and neutralize free radicals. In addition, zeolites act on heavy metals, mercury, lead, cadmium are among the best known and most dangerous toxic agents for the body and the environment, present in minute quantities in the dust we breathe and the food we eat. The zeolite through the reduction of these metals in the gastro-intestinal tract can reduce their presence in the entire organism.
The action of the zeolite has also been studied on rheumatism, the treatment of kidney infections and the treatment of dermatological disorders present in patients suffering from diabetes, while other observations concerned the direct application of powder and numerous skin complaints. Finally there are several scientific studies that demonstrate the anti-cancer effect and antioxidative of micronized zeolite.
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