Diatomaceous Earth


Description

Food grade diatomaceous earth (DE) is a gentle abrasive that's also highly absorbent, and it's almost entirely made of silica - an important component of human ligaments, cartilage, and musculature. This unique resume makes DE one of the cheapest and most versatile health products on the market.

 

Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth: Human Benefits

Food grade diatomaceous earth (DE) is a gentle abrasive that's also highly absorbent, and it's almost entirely made of silica - an important component of human ligaments, cartilage, and musculature. This unique resume makes DE one of the cheapest and most versatile health products on the market.

Taking Diatomaceous Earth

Diatomaceous earth is an amazing dietary supplement because it (1) helps move things out of your intestines and (2) helps promote healthier hair, skin, bones, and joints.

How

  • Take diatomaceous earth on an empty stomach. We recommend starting small and slowly working your way up to a higher dose; begin with a teaspoon added to at least 12 ounces of liquid. Mix vigorously and drink immediately.
  • Some people don't like the mildly chalky flavor and gritty texture that are typical of DE mixed with water. If that describes you, try adding DE to a drink with more flavor (milk, orange juice, coffee, smoothies) or to light foods like yogurt, oatmeal, or applesauce.
  • As your body begins to detox from the DE, you may experience what is commonly known as "die off," which sometimes gives people mild flu-like symptoms for a couple days. This is a side effect of toxins leaving your body, not a side effect of DE itself. You can counteract these symptoms by increasing your fluid consumption, as well as reducing your DE dose for a couple days.
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