ZOI ClearDrops®water-soluble zeolite capable of penetrating the cell membrane, gain access to the inner cell, and begin abstracting inner cellular toxins and removing them from the body offers a PROVEN solution to a long-standing problem caused by the chronic accumulation of toxins such as heavy metals, herbicides, pesticides, and viral particles!
As the world wakes up to their wellness vulnerabilities, ZOI Global products are poised to bring BIG SOLUTIONS to BIG PROBLEMS using Metron Nutraceuticals’ BREAKTHROUGH DELIVERY SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY!
Dr. Nikolaos Tsirikos, President of Metron Nutraceuticals, is the inventor of ClearDrops.®
Dr. Tsirikos was born in Athens, Greece where he graduated from the School of Pharmacy and the School of Medicine and earned his PhD at the University of Athens.
Dr. Tsirikos is a Board Certified Pharmacist, Board Certified Medical Doctor and Board Certified Cardiovascular Surgeon.
In 2007, he moved to Rochester, Minnesota where he worked for five years at Mayo Clinic.
Dr. Tsirikos is recipient of prestigious awards in Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery and owner of several U.S. and International Patents.
THE ZEOLITE GOLD STANDARD
ClearDrops® is the FIRST DIETARY SUPPLEMENT IN THE WORLD that can support the claim of crossing cellular membrane with the first invitro pharmacokinetic study conducted, EVER, for a dietary supplement.
ClearDrops® can support this claim because the same study that is required for every drug available in a pharmacy was, also, done on ClearDrops® to prove how it performs in the body.
ZEOLITE PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS
Peer review has become the foundation of the scholarly publication system because it effectively subjects an author’s work to the scrutiny of other experts in the field. Thus, it encourages authors to strive to produce high quality research that will advance the field.
Peer review also supports and maintains integrity and authenticity in the advancement of science.
A scientific hypothesis or statement is generally not accepted by the academic community unless it has been published in a peer-reviewed journal.
The Institute for Scientific Information (ISI) only considers journals that are peer-reviewed as candidates to receive Impact Factors.
Peer review is a well-established process which has been a formal part of scientific communication for over 300 years.