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).
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. The products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.