The Benefits of Activated Charcoal and C60

The Benefits of Activated Charcoal and C60

Many studies reveal that activated charcoal is the best detoxifier for the entire body, from the brain because it crosses the blood-brain barrier to all internal organs.

Activated charcoal has been used for a very long time and back in the day, it was used in the hospitals to treat food poisoning. It doesn’t take much to find the results of the research done over the years from its effects on damaged livers by alcohol abuse, on advanced kidney diseases, and much more.

Activated Charcoal is an adsorbent. It adsorbs toxic substances such as heavy metals, poisons, chemicals and gases, which means that substances bind to the carbon without being absorbed by the body.
Activated charcoal does not get absorbed into the bloodstream when consumed, for that reason, it is a great way to detox as it binds and neutralizes the toxins that then get expelled through the GI tract.

Professor Fathi Moussa from the University of South Paris, in France, was conducting a toxicology study of C60 on rats when he discovered that the C60 (carbon 60) molecule is not only non toxic but when mixed with Olive oil it increased the lifespan of the rats.
Olive oil alone increases lifespan by 18% combined with the C60 is still unknown but researchers had to kill the last rat so they could publish the study. On that study c60 combined with Olive oil increased the rat’s lifespan in 90%.
C60 is not an anti-aging but rather an aging reverse agent.

Keith Foster from the Linnean Society of London speaks here on the Health Benefits of C60 Charcoal.

Presently we live in a time where toxins are everywhere, from the air we breathe, the cleaning products we use, to the food we eat and the water we drink.

Watch Dr. Daniel Pompa and David Avocado Wolfe discuss toxicity and learn what you can do to take better care of your health.

 

 

Wishing you a healthy 2018,

Tookool Tribe

 

The Benefits of Activated Charcoal and C60

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