Chelation is a chemical reaction that removes heavy metals from the body : the metallic atom is bound by a second substance (the chelator) and together they form a very stable and inert compound that the body can easily excrete.
Mercury, cadmium, arsenic, lead, aluminum and other heavy metals are enemies of our health that should not be underestimated.
these are substances with which we live daily; not being biodegradable, they are deposited and remain in the environment, in some organisms (plants, molluscs and fish) and even in our body. Accumulation can occur in the liver, bones, body fat, kidneys and brain.
The chlorella alga is a small freshwater alga, very rich in chlorophyll and richer in proteins and essential amino acids than soy. It is a useful source of vitamin B supplementation for those who follow a vegan diet and who are usually deficient, but its most beneficial action for our body is to bind heavy metals and toxic substances present in the body and promote their elimination. Unlike other types of algae, it can also be taken by people with thyroid problems as it does not contain iodine.
Coriander , also called Chinese parsley, is often used as a spice; however not many know that it also has the ability to facilitate digestive processes. The extract obtained from the dried fruit of this plant is very effective in removing heavy metals and toxins and also supports the functionality of the gastrointestinal system.
Even zeolite , a mineral of volcanic origin, is able to perform an excellent detoxifying action thanks to its particular chemical structure which attracts heavy metals and toxins; since it is not absorbed in the intestine, it acts without burdening the kidneys.