Monday, 13 June 2011

Detox and Cleansing, Sunwarrior Liquid Light

The Elimination of Heavy Metals with Sunwarrior Liquid Light (fulvic acid)

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Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) helps to transport metals to and from metallo-proteins in vivo. These proteins play a role in metal storage and sequester excess metal ions, preventing toxicity. Metallo-protein concentrations are found more commonly in the liver where these metals accumulate in segments of this organ. Metallo-proteins are also found in many other human tissues, including a small trace of amounts in the blood plasma, which suggests that these proteins play a role in the transferring of metals also.

When the free metal binding capacity of Sunwarrior Liquid light gets saturated, or contains a high concentration of a metal humate (attachment of metal to fulvic acid), Sunwarrior Liquid light acts quickly to help transport this metal to the protein-type molecules that are able to bind and utilize it. On the other hand, if the free metal binding capacity is high, then Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) will form complexes with metals that are free or attached to metallo-proteins, helping in the excretion of these metals (i.e. in the case of toxic heavy metals like cadmium). Therefore, it may be concluded that Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) may act somewhat like metallo-proteins due to its chelating activity and ion exchange capacity. When metals are a part of a metallo-protein, they can modulate its biochemical reactions. PH for Fulvic acid is about 3.6 to 4.0.

"Recent investigations have focused on the ability of a (product), containing standardized (Fulvic Acid), to deliver essential minerals while also eliminating toxic heavy metals like lead, cadmium, and mercury. Oral consumption of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) administered daily for six weeks significantly decreased blood cadmium levels and increased urine cadmium in 31 adult workers continuously exposed to occupational cadmium. In the majority of subjects, initial abnormally low serum iron levels increased, and markers of kidney and liver function improved."

Research Studies and Trials
Research indicates that absorption of cadmium and Mercury from the gastrointestinal tract and its toxicity are influenced by the supply of element such as Zn, Cu, Fe, Se, Ca, and Vitamin C. The ability of Sun Warrior Liquid Light, as an ion exchanger, may free its trace elements bound in chelate form for uptake into the tissues and bind other elements which may be readily available, such as cadmium. However, a number of essential elements are provided that may decrease the ability of cadmium uptake and absorption in the gastrointestinal tract. The improvement of liver and kidney enzymes could be attributed to the effect of the preparation on the micro-element status and balance in the body, which would then play a role in the functioning of these enzymes. Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) was studied for its effect on the metabolism of trace elements in 51 healthy adult volunteers. Following two-weeks of oral administration of (Fulvic Acid), blood lead and cadmium levels decreased significantly. Furthermore, Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) decreased absorption of cadmium and lead from food or environmental exposure based on urine measures of these metals. Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) had no significant effect on blood parameters studied (i.e. haematocrit, haemoglobin, leukocyte count; SGOT, GGT, ALP; and, Na, K, Ca, and P).

Further pieces of evidence of the beneficial effects of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) have been documented in clinical trials evaluating occupational and environmental heavy metal exposure. In a three-week clinical observation with subjects screened for routine occupational health check-ups, 21 subjects were found to have higher than usual Pb levels (exceeding 1.0 micromol/l, the health risk limit being 1.5 micromol/l) and 26 subjects had Cd levels exceeding the accepted health limit (0.08 micromol/l). Subjects given Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) showed a significant decrease in their blood Pb and Cd levels following the daily oral intake of (Fulvic Acid). No significant or pathological changes were observed in the blood chemistry of these subjects. Additionally, Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) was administered orally to six adult subjects with moderately elevated lead levels that did not require penicillamine. Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) was administered to each subject for three weeks. Four of these six subjects (66%) had significantly lower blood lead levels following three weeks of daily administration. The rate of decrease in lead levels in the subjects was similar to that reported for penicillamine. Two patients in the Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) group reported mild side effects and therapy was discontinued. The results from these clinical observations indicate that reducing toxic levels of heavy metals in humans is apparently influenced by treatment with the (Fulvic Acid product) following its administration.

Two open clinical trials examining the effects of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) in volunteers exposed to lead have provided further documentation of the beneficial effects. Twenty individuals with high occupational lead exposure were given 20 ml per day of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) for six weeks. Blood levels of lead decreased markedly and significantly from the beginning of the study when compared to the control group. None of the clinical or haematological parameters changed during the course of the treatment. Two subjects reported mild and transitory diarrhea, which normalized without stopping treatment. Four subjects reported moderate nausea and one a transitory headache. Another open clinical trial in 60 subjects has demonstrated a similar but not as profound outcome. At the end of a 12-week administration period, the change in serum lead parameters became significant compared to pre-administration values. The results of this trial are not as profound as the six-week administration of the Sunwarrior Liquid light  in volunteers exposed to lead. Although the reduction in blood lead levels was significant, a longer treatment time was needed due to the smaller dosage of Sunwarrior Liquid light that was administered to the individuals. The examined laboratory parameters (i.e. serum blood, routine laboratory tests, liver and kidney function, and urine examination) exhibited no significant changes, which supported the safety of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) in the recommended dosage. Data from the two former studies indicate that the higher the serum or blood lead level, the more significant reduction in this parameter can be observed. Furthermore, doses of 20 ml per day of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) appear more effective in the treatment of occupational lead exposure.

Also Studies in animals have confirmed the beneficial effects of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) on heavy metal chelation. Some studies using isolated humic acid have demonstrated that it does affect cadmium speciation in the intestine and thus absorption and distribution of this heavy metal. Additional studies using Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) in animals provide support for the ability of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) to chelate heavy metals. Adult pigs were fed varying doses of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) or a control supplement and the excretion of a mercury radioisotope previously administered, was examined. Those animals that were fed Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) excreted more of the mercury isotope, than did the control animals. Although the data was not significant, due to the small number of animals, this study warrants further research to document the efficacy of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) in alleviating mercury accumulation.

The effect of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) on the absorption and incorporation of isotope-labeled strontium chloride has also been documented. Not only did Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) slow the strontium absorption and its incorporation, it also affected the urinary excretion of this toxic element. The urinary excretion of strontium was less intensive in the animals fed with (Fulvic Acid). The authors concluded that a lower amount of the toxic element complex was absorbed when Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) was present. This same effect has been documented in humans exposed to cadmium and lead. Based on urine measures of these metals, Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) decreased the absorption of cadmium and lead from food or environmental exposure. Further data indicate that cadmium and lead urinary excretion increased in humans during the administration of (Fulvic Acid), indicating the removal of this toxic element. Although it is premature to state the exact mechanism of action occurring in these animals and humans exposed to various heavy metals, it is safe to presume that the absorption and urinary excretion of heavy metals is affected by (Fulvic Acid).

Protective Effects against Radiation 
Evidence for the protective effect of Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) bound with micro elements against environmental exposure to irradiation has also been provided in the literature. The radio-protective effect of standardized Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) was tested in female Wistar rats. Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) was given in one dose of 240 mg/animal (960 mg/kg body weight) and the rats were subjected to whole body irradiation. Baseline and outcome data (white blood cell, erythrocyte, platelet counts, and total serum iron binding capacity) were taken to substantiate claims of efficacy of the Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) treatment. The results showed improvements in platelet counts (leukocytes and thrombocytes) which had markedly decreased after irradiation. Platelet counts began to normalize in the control group one week earlier than in the untreated control group of rats with just one dose of the Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) formula. No side effects or toxicities were noted while administering Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) to this group of animals.

As indicated by the previous data, the standardized Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) appears to be an effective chelator of offending heavy metals. Furthermore, it shows a protective effect against radiation in vivo. Its benefits could be utilized in the prevention of heavy metal contamination in workers in hazardous occupations, by decreasing the absorption and increasing the elimination of toxic heavy metals like cadmium. Furthermore, this standardized Sunwarrior Liquid light (Fulvic Acid) would be beneficial in eliminating heavy metals that can be accumulated throughout a lifetime of environmental exposure, and alleviating the physiological consequences that occur with irradiation. Animal studies show a similar mechanism of action when comparing them with the studies in humans. Both indicate that Sunwarrior Liquid light may work to decrease the absorption of these heavy metals as indicated by its effects on the excretion of these toxic elements in the urine.

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 More About The Product

  • Our product comes from an ancient petrified plant deposit in rural part of Utah. Competing brands are in New Mexico near Los Alamos and Sandia labs- site of Nuclear testing and suspect of radiation fall out.
  • Liquid Light is a plant based fulvic acid mineral complex created by nature and cold process extracted into a liquid solution that is the strongest natural chelating agent within living structures.
  • In Nature, Liquid Light provides some of the major and trace elements of nutrition but plays a role much more important than that. Liquid Light aids in the absorption and assimilation of all other nutrients it comes in contact with through the chelation process.
  • Liquid Light is a powerful natural electrolyte contributing to both electrical and chemical balance within the cell.
  • It contains all of the trace elements found in living systems.
  • It's a super transporter carrying nutrients to the cells.
  • It helps neutralize toxins and pollutants from the body.
  • It is nature's most powerful heavy metal chelator of heavy metals. Liquid Light delivers essential minerals while also eliminating toxic heavy metals like lead, cadmium, and mercury.
  • It supports enzyme reactions thus improves digestion and assimilation.
  • It is nature’s finest electrolytes.
  • It neutralizes acidity in the body.
  • Increases cell permeability.
  • Increases endurance and stamina.
  • Gives a sense of well being (because of the mineral nourishment of the cells).
  • Take with other supplements to enhance utilization.
  • Take before and after workouts.
  • Goes great in smoothies, juice or water.
  • (Note, the product is in a plastic bottle for easy handling. The fulvic/mineral complex neutralizes any possible toxic affect.)
  • Helps remove toxins in the body.

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