Binders are also sometimes called “toxin binders,” and the idea is that they’re magnets for harmful substances in the body. Generally speaking, binders are made of solid particles that pass through your GI tract unabsorbed, hopefully taking pesky toxins with them. Charcoal, clay, chlorella, pectin, and silica are all sometimes used as binders, and people look to them to cleanse the body of everything from chemicals to heavy metals.
Recent posts about Binders
Still struggling with recurring SIBO... have tried taking the natural route (biocidin/ parapro/ binders and KBS) but just when I think it’s under control it keeps coming back... curious about others experiences with Xifaxan? Don’t want to go that route if I don’t have to... 😬
How should I be expecting to feel from starting the binders and glutathione, NAC, biocidin for mold toxicity? I’m taking a GI detox binder with clay and charcoal
I’m about to start the binders for mold toxicity and concerned because I take synthroid since I don’t have a thyroid anymore. Will this be a problem?
If anyone is tired of being hungover after a night of some drinks, I highly recommend taking milk thistle before bed. It’s been a game changer! Add in some hot yoga and binders the next morning and there is no such thing as a hangover.
Videos about Binders
The Best Binders For Detox (Infrared Sauna & Chelation Therapy) Heavy Metal Detox
Matt Justice (Clever Leverage)
Books about Binders
Calcium Bentonite Clay: Nature’s Pathway to Healing Balance, Detox, Stimulate, Alkalize
What if there was an all natural substance to be found on our planet that would fix what ails you and not harm what's not broken? Would you be interested? You bet your sweet vitamins you would! This age old, natural curative solution is waiting for you. Welcome to the world of Calcium Bentonite Clay. "Eat clay? You've got to be kidding!" is the first sentence in Perry A~'s book. The last sentence is "Now, go eat some clay!" Between the pages of the book, you will be convinced that it is time to go "eat some clay." Perry A~ astounds and captivates readers while introducing them to intriguing pathways to healing by drinking and topically using Calcium Bentonite Clay. Her study of Bentonite Clays since the early 1990s coupled with a background in chemistry, biology and veterinary science contributes to her knowledge base for understanding the intricate workings of clays. She is gifted at simplifying complicated chemistry, giving readers easy insights in understanding how Calcium Bentonite Clay works to support the body into returning to its natural state of well-being. If you care about your health, this book and the fountain of knowledge between its pages are what you are seeking.
The Clay Cure: Natural Healing from the Earth
Complete information on this natural and gentle dietary supplement that is effective in treating a wide range of illnesses. Contains complete, up-to-date information on choosing the appropriate clay and how to use it for specific ailments. Discusses the science and history of clay ingestion and its nutritional value. Resource section includes information on where to buy clay supplements and health products. An exceptional source of minerals, clay has been ingested as a nutritional supplement and detoxifier throughout the world for thousands of years. This book reveals the benefits of that ancient wisdom and the use of clay powders, capsules, or liquid gels to address numerous problems. Naturally absorbent and extremely gentle on the system, clay can treat ailments affecting digestion, circulation, menstruation, and the liver, skin, and prostate. Clay also remedies symptoms of arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, gum diseases, and migraines. The Clay Cure contains complete and up-to-date information on choosing the appropriate type and form of clay, how and when to take it for your specific complaint, the science and history of ingesting clay, and the value of minerals contained in the many varieties of clay.
Podcasts about Binders
Grilling season is over in our part of the U.S. and Justin wants to know what he's gonna do with all this left over charcoal. The answer, according to Dr. Sydnee? EVERYTHING. Music: "Medicines"
The Cabral Concept: Mold Collection, Berkey Filter, Ayurvedic Encyclopedia, Bentonite Clay (FR)
It's the end of the week and that means I'm back with the #FridayReview and the best from the past few days in my practice! This week I'm highlighting a popular product that allows you to easily test for toxic (invisible) mold spores right in your home or office... Next up, I want to share with you the most powerful at home countertop #waterfilter you could ever own... Plus, by popular demand I can't wait to review one of my favorite "more advanced" Ayurvedic books to learn more about this ancient wisdom... And last, but never least, we have our super nutrient of the week that's been used for thousands of years to help "grab onto" and eliminate toxins from the skin and intestinal tract... Tune into today's #CabralConcept 1022 for all the details - Enjoy the show!
- Medicine (Baltimore). Effect of Montmorillonite powder on intestinal mucosal barrier in children with abdominal Henoch-Schonlein purpura: a randomized controlled study. Medicine (Baltimore). Effect of Montmorillonite powder on intestinal mucosal barrier in children with abdominal Henoch-Schonlein purpura: a randomized controlled study.
- Iran J Public Health. Bentonite clay as a natural remedy: a brief review. Iran J Public Health. Bentonite clay as a natural remedy: a brief review.
- National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. “Detoxes” and “Cleanses”. National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health. “Detoxes” and “Cleanses”.
- PLoS One. Evaluation of Chlorella as a decorporation agent to enhance the elimination of radioactive strontium from body. PLoS One. Evaluation of Chlorella as a decorporation agent to enhance the elimination of radioactive strontium from body.
- Altern Ther Health Med. The role of modified citrus pectin as an effective chelator of lead in children hospitalized with toxic lead levels. Altern Ther Health Med. The role of modified citrus pectin as an effective chelator of lead in children hospitalized with toxic lead levels.