I've noticed a number of posts using activated charcoal to - seemingly - color food. Thing is, activated charcoal will bind to anything that can be absorbed, and can draw out and remove necessary nutrients from the body. If you're using activated charcoal to cleanse (as intended), cool! To color food, there are many other great options - like tart cherry juice! I eat fruits and chia puddings because they are nutrient-rich. For me, it would be counter-productive to add activated charcoal to healthy snacks because I need the vitamins and minerals the beautiful foods provide.
Activated Charcoal 👉🏻 is a highly porous, food-grade substance made from coconut, peat, bamboo, coal or wood. It is black, odorless, easy to absorb and safe to consume. It is commonly used for the safe and effective treatment of poisoning and drug overdoses. It works by trapping toxins and chemicals in its millions of tiny pores. Rather than absorb the toxins, however, it works through the process of adsorption; the chemical reaction where elements bind to a surface. It's important 💥NOT💥 to drink this within 2-hours of eating nutrient-rich foods or taking supplements/medication. When used as a detox agent, medical professionals do NOT recommend using it daily or weekly.
Everything I post is easy to verify on the magical highway we're all connected to, but this is one product I'd recommend reading up on before use!
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