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Re: varying perspectives on zeolite and its marketing
chardy Views: 17,180
Published: 16 years ago
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Re: varying perspectives on zeolite and its marketing

Im very dubious about it all, personally.

If it worked as well as claimed why havent alternative therapists been jumping all over it for autism etc? Where mercury tox is greatly implicated? It seems like a 'too good to be true' no effort, great expense, for almost limitless reward. Im willing to have my mind changed, but on this healing journey most of us have been stung once or twice with a useless cureall. Noni juice, mangosteen, clay this and supervitamins that.

I want real, hard evidence in the case of this zeolite. If its going to be so marketed then it better have something to back up its claim other than anecdotes from people with a long line of posts on CZ talking about it...

If Andy Cutler ever said 'Stop with the ALA! Zeolite is best!' then it'd turn heads, chelation is such a niche therapy that it wouldnt take much for a good supplement to overturn the existing methods.

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