Recently Touchstone Essentials released a new liquid zeolite product called Pure Body Extra Strength. At first I didn't know why anyone would need an extra strength zeolite--since Pure Body works so well, but after listening to an interview with Dr Tracy Holdford, I understand.
Here's the difference between the two zeolite products in Dr Holdford's own words (slightly cleaned up by me from the transcript, for ease of reading):
The real answer to that question lies in the differences of how the products are produced.
The Pure Body Extra Strength [spray] is a pure colloidal compound, which means it's fully encapsulated in water. The [zeolite particle] size difference to do that is fairly large [the Extra Strength has a much smaller particle size].
The Pure Body [drops] product, as good as it is, is still a 0.3 microns average.
Pure Body Extra Strength, being a colloid, doesn't intereact with the colon nearly as much as Pure Body does.
While they're [both] zeolites, thy're in the same family. Like with felines, you have your lions and your house cats. They're really two different animals.
Pure Body, from the size, structure, it can go in and clean out all of the major highways of your system. It's going to get in the major blood [arteries], it's going to get in the major pathways of your cell structure. It's going to get in your colon and clean out these big areas. It's not going to get in the small areas.
I live in an area where we get snow on occasion and the snowplows come through and clean out the major freeways and the mojor streets, but the little side-street that I live on never gets plowed. So the snow builds up and it stays there for a long time and it's a problem.
The Pure Body Extra Strength is designed to solve that problem of the pathways that Pure Body is simply to large to get into. [With it's smaller particle size] it goes into those areas, so the capillary system, the lymphatic channel system and those areas that are not accessible due to the size of the zeolite of the Pure Body. It's going to get all of these side streets detoxed as well. It's going to do a pretty thorough job. It's going to go into areas that are simply too small for the Pure Body to go into...
The common theory right now is that toxins are primarily stored in fat cells and secondarily they're stored in tissue cells--that's your liver, pancreas, etc, and that includes your skin and lungs as well. The vessels that service those organs and service that fat...you have that fat in there and it literally has its own vascular system, it is much finer and has a much more capillary type of system than your major arteries and your veinal structure that we all think of.
The only people who really need Pure Body Extra Strength are the ones who eat, breathe, and drink.
If we are living in the United States or any industrial country tody we're ingesting--whether through air, food or water--toxins regularly. It's beyond the capacit of our body's ability to handle and safely excrete all of these things, so they end up storing everywhere in our bodies. We have what amounts to [toxic waste] sites everywhere.
Until very recently we didn't have the technical capacity to do a true colloidal form of zeolites. There were a lot of technical issues that had to be solves, a lot of different ways of thinking about zeolites and how to really get them to be effective in this type of size. That has just been developed over the last year.
It makes sense to really think about [taking] Pure Body to clean out these large vessels and your colon and to supplement that with the Pure Body Extra Strength so it gets in the finer tissues and finer capillary system and lymphatic system--that gives you the best chance of eliminating the toxins in a way that is both very safe and very passive.
I feel like I want to say "Pure Body Extra Strength goes where no zeolite has gone before!"
With all the heavy metals and chemicals our bodies are exposed to--even if we live in nontoxic homes--our bodies surely surely need it.
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