Carboxy contains electrolytes, humic and fulvic acid compounds, and polysaccharides, which help repair damage done to cells by toxins. It also promotes increased energy production at the cellular level. This repairative mechanism and ability to promote life is what sets Carboxy apart from traditional binders.
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Improves Nutrition Absorption and Utilization
The Carboxy complex encourages increased absorption, retention, and utilization of all the nutrients in food, minerals, vitamins, and other supplements.
Carboxy is selective in what it binds to, which means it will not remove nutrients or trace minerals that your body needs. It’s safe to take with food and most other supplements, making it an effortless addition to your supplement regime.
Supports Detoxification from Environmental Toxins
Short and long-chain carbons travel systemically to encourage the removal of environmental toxins from deep within the body’s cells and tissues. It also supports the maintenance of normal inflammation levels.
Carboxy is different from traditional clay or charcoal binders. The binding ability of older binders is limited because clay and charcoal contain what are called “spent carbons.” Think of a spent carbon as a sponge that soaks up toxins specifically in the gut. Like a sponge, once it’s “full,” it drops and leaks, leaving behind toxins it cannot carry anymore.
The short- and long-chain carbons in Carboxy travel beyond the gut and have more energy available than spent carbons. This means there is greater potential for Carboxy to interact with unwanted substances and safely remove them. This creates the unique ability to bind and repair that spent carbons lack.
Carbon Technology also supports the balance of the electrochemistry of the human body. People with high toxicity levels may use this product to support systemic detoxification from environmental toxins.
Carboxy is selective in what it binds to (meaning it will not bind to nutrients or trace minerals that are actually beneficial to your body). It is safe to take with food and most other supplements (excluding Para 1, Para 2, and Para 3).
As Part of the Protocol
Carboxy can be added into the Foundational Protocol or Comprehensive Protocol at any time. It can also be taken individually as needed.
Use 1 scoop (1/2 teaspoon) of Carboxy per 8 ounces of water twice daily, or as otherwise directed by a healthcare practitioner. You can work up to 2 (1 teaspoon).
Use 4 scoops (2 teaspoons) twice daily in 8 ounces of water
Use 1/16 - 1/8 teaspoon in 8 ounces of water once daily, or as otherwise directed by a healthcare practitioner.
Toddler Under 50 lbs.
This product is not recommended for young children.
Child Between 50 - 125 lbs
Use ½ scoop (1/16 teaspoon) in 8 ounces of water once daily, or as otherwise directed by a healthcare practitioner. If taste is too potent, then you can put the powder in food or juice.
Our products use long- and short-chain BioActive Carbon molecules, which have the ability to support life. These BioActive Carbon molecules are extracts of humic and fulvic acids and are designed to work systematically in the body. These molecules bind with toxins in the body and, in addition to chelating them, leverage their ability to support life by repairing as they chelate.
Our BioActive Carbon molecules undergo a three-step proprietary process in which other molecules are attached to enhance their overall efficacy and ability to support the body as it removes biotoxins. These processes ensure that the molecules and their beneficial elements get where they need to go in the body without dissipation or loss of efficacy on the journey.
In short, BioActive Carbon is included because it binds, restores directs and protects.
Carefully chosen plant-based fulvic extracts are supercharged with electrons, to help increase the electrical conductivity of your cellular membranes. This upregulation of electrons boosts metabolic functioning and generation of ATP. It can help maintain the optimum strength and performance of cellular processes.
These molecules are actually clusters of smaller monosaccharides that act as signaling molecules and an energy source. Polysaccharides support metabolic processes and help regulate the uptake of nutrients and water within cells.
These specific fulvic molecules are able to donate two oxygen ions, which mitochondria need for the creation of ATP in the Krebs cycle. Providing this vital component of the energy cycle will help to maximize mitochondrial output.