What is the Flanagan Silica Microcluster®?
The Flanagan silica Microcluster® is a mineral that is the 243st form of silica discovered. Only a few angstroms wide (one ten billionth of a meter), the silica is in the shape of many small spheres clustered together.
The main benefits of the silica Microcluster® is that it makes Wetter Water®, allowing greater detoxification and nutrient absorption. The silica Microcluster® also balances pH, makes water taste fresher and ultimately increases hydration for better skin, more energy and a sharper mind.
This form of silica Microcluster® is special and unique because if its incredibly tiny size that allows the spherical configuration to expand and contract based on the pH of the surrounding fluid. The spheres capture toxins and allow the body to flush them safely.
Due to poisoning of the environment, air, food and water, detoxification is more important than ever before in recorded human history.
What is an Antioxidant?
Antioxidants defend human body cells by neutralizing the damaging effects of free radicals, a byproduct of cell metabolism. Free radicals form when oxygen is metabolized, or burned, by the body. Free radicals disrupt the structure of other molecules, causing cellular damage.
This cell damage is believed to contribute to aging and various health problems. Some well-known antioxidants include compounds normally present in food such as Vitamin E, beta-carotene, the carotenoids, Vitamin C, zinc, and selenium. Antioxidants retard oxidation and are sometimes added to meat and poultry products to prevent or slow oxidative rancidity of fats that cause browning.
What do Antioxidants do?
Antioxidants prevent free radical damage to critical DNA in every cell of the human body.
“By controlling free radicals, antioxidants can make the difference between life and death, as well as influence how fast and how well we age.”
Their role in the human body is nothing less than miraculous,” says Lester Packer, Ph.D., in The Antioxidant Miracle. Dr. Packer is regarded as the world’s foremost antioxidant research scientist. He is Director of Packer Lab at the University of California at Berkeley, and a senior scientist at the prestigious Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.