Use Binders To Protect Respiratory System From Wildfire Smoke
Hi New Yorkers!
If you live in New York or any part of North East Cost region, you may have noticed the smokey orange or foggy air near you last couple of days. This smoke is coming from the Canadian Wildfires. Our office had received many calls from our patients asking how to support their bodies during this time. Please read below. Although, today the sky looks better and cleaner, there are still tons of harmful particles in the air that might affect the respiratory and other systems of the body.
What are the binders?
Binders, in the context of environmental health, are substances or materials that have the ability to bind or adsorb certain pollutants, toxins, or contaminants present in the air, water, or other environments. Binders can help trap and remove these hazardous elements and pollutants, reducing their impact and minimizing potential health risks. By employing binders, you can safeguard your respiratory health and mitigate the detrimental effects of wildfire smoke.
Binders can come in various forms, such as activated charcoal, zeolites, activated carbon filters, or specialized absorbent materials, depending on the specific application and type of pollutants targeted. By utilizing binders, we can enhance air or water purification processes, creating safer and cleaner environments that promote well-being and reduce exposure to hazardous substances.
What binders do we recommend?
Our Number 1 pick is always Fulvic Humic Acid by AgeImmune. You can easily bump up to 10 drops into water or your favorite drink two times a day. Unlike other products, this Fulvic Humic Acid is tasteless, easy to mix and do not leave residue. Naturally occurring Fulvic minerals are plant derived and suitable for vegan and keto diet.
Number 2 favorite goes to SOD+ Antioxidant Complex, a new generation antioxidants that is capable of disarming harmful superoxide radicals to protect against cell damage.
When combing both, Fulvic Humic Acid and SOD+ Antioxidant complex, you create protective shield against oxidative stress and escort harmful toxins out of the body.