Myco-Binder+ – Detox Support for Mold and Environmental Toxins
We live in a world that is full of toxins, so when trying to live a healthy lifestyle, it is important to assess all of the factors that can contribute to our well being. While our bodies have natural functions that help remove toxic loads from our internal streams, there are still stubborn toxins that continue to filter through our systems. Putting higher levels of stress on our detoxing organs.
These environmental toxins can create overwhelming feelings of fatigue, weakness, and brain fog. Toxins such as mold can even create pervasive symptoms of chronic sinusitis, sleep issues, migraines, and even muscle and joint pain.
Comprehensive binders are needed to pull out those stubborn toxins, and to help the body more thoroughly detoxify. Myco-Binder+ is a comprehensive binding formula containing natural ingredients to support enhanced clearance of heavy metals, mycological agents and organic compounds like glyphosate from the gastrointestinal tract.
Unlike proprietary blends, Myco-Binder+ is formulated with standardized amounts of zeolite, activated charcoal, and humic and fulvic acids. These ingredients gather and remove a wide array of toxins and debris for a thorough detoxification protocol, limiting the effects of die-off reactions and relieving immune burden.
While dietary fiber is a cornerstone in daily detoxification, selective binders like Myco-Binder+ are more targeted and are used to bind and remove specific toxins from the GI tract for a thorough detoxification protocol. Myco-Binder+ supports elimination to reduce hepatic reabsorption and help relieve toxic load.
Also, for individuals with highly reactive immune systems, Myco-Binder+ works to limit the effects of die-off reactions and sweep toxins away from the gut lining before they can cause a severe reaction or immune response.
The mineral content in Myco-Binder+ comes from the purest sources across several geographic areas, from rich mineral deposits in eastern Europe to the vast mountains of central Asia.
All ingredients in Myco-Binder+ have been thoroughly tested under strict quality protocols to ensure purity and potency.
Key Ingredients Include:
- Zeolite – a natural porous rock containing minerals known to adsorb mycological agents and heavy metals (such as lead and mercury) in the digestive tract. It ionically binds to heavy metals and entraps toxins, holding them securely for safe elimination.
- Activated Charcoal (sourced from coconut shell) – a broad-spectrum binder that will bind most substances, including undesirable toxins but also beneficial vitamins and minerals. Activated charcoal has a long history of use as a binder in removing a variety of toxins from the body. Activated charcoal contains
a negatively charged, porous texture that helps attract toxins, preventing their absorption into the gut lining. Because activated charcoal is not absorbed by the body, it can safely carry the toxins bound to its surface out of the body.
- Shilajit – an ancient Ayurvedic powder extracted from rocks high in the Himalayas. It contains more than 40 different minerals, including fulvic acid and humic acid, which are shown to bind to a variety of toxins, improve endothelial function, and support a healthy microbiome.
Key Features of Myco-Binder+:
- Promotes detoxification and elimination in the GI Tract
- Reduces immune burden and help maintain normal inflammatory balance
- Supports microbial balance
Directions: Take 2 capsules per day, between meals or as recommended by your health care professional.
Does Not Contain: Gluten, corn, yeast, artificial colors and flavors.
Cautions: If you are pregnant or nursing, consult your physician before taking this product.
* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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