Is ClearDrops considered a TRUE BINDER or do I need to add a product that will actually bind to the toxins to eliminate them from the body?
Denise Stephens, ZOI CEO (00:00):
Now we’re going to go to Park City, Utah, where we have got one of our practitioners and as a ZOI Global advisor, Laurie Gagan, Laurie, take it away.
Good evening, Dr. Nicholas and Denise. Thank you for a allowing me to ask this question. As an advisor, I get asked this question frequently. So is ClearDrops considered a true binder, or do I need to add a product that will actually bind to the toxin to eliminate them from the body?
Dr. Nikolaos Tsirikos-Karapanos, PharmD, MD, Cardiothoracic Surgeon (00:36):
Oh, Laurie. Excellent question. Very nice seeing you tonight. Okay. You don’t need another product. You’re already taking ClearDrops. That’s the job that the clear drops is doing now seriously unlikely, weak binders, like the plants, you know, chlorella and cilantro ClearDrops is a true binder. Weak binders can bind a heavy metal, but they release it. And after the metal is released, it can be reabsorbed. And that’s a big time problem. So ClearDrops, binds toxins based on cationic exchange capacity of the zeolite, and that has not released the heavy metals that have been exchanged through the mechanism of action. That’s very important. That’s Cardinal. So, the toxins that are bound by ClearDrops will be eliminated in contrast toxins released by weak binders and redistributed in several compartments. Then we go back to square one. Okay. No elimination. So ClearDrops is doing its job. You don’t need to add any other toxin-binding compound. You’ll have the best. You’ll have ClearDrops.