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Effective for detoxifying the body, vegetable charcoal has people talking about it

Here is an old remedy from our grandmothers, one which is very effective in detoxifying the body, and which people are still talking about.
In 2016, Kim Kardashian praised activated charcoal in an article on her subscriber-only website titled "The Foods I Always Have In My Fridge!"
Popular interest in activated charcoal took off in 2014, when Goop magazine, Gwyneth Paltrow's media company, called her charcoal lemonade one of the "best purifying juices."

Activated charcoal has become very fashionable in recent years.
Several restaurateurs and chefs have added it to foods like ice cream, even into pizza crusts in the hope of reaching 100% trendy customers.

The seemingly magical black powder has become a natural way of detoxifying our bodies, but questions arise as to the effectiveness, quality, applications, and potential side effects. However, although its beautiful black color makes it one of the favorites of Instagram, it has unfortunately never been suggested to consume charcoal at the same time as food, on the contrary ... You will be advised to take the charcoal one to two hours before meals.

Activated vegetable charcoal is renowned for its high absorption capacity, but it remains one of the most active of the natural detoxifiers.
In fact, by using it as a daily detoxification method, activated charcoal can be your daily ally.
Charcoal is made from a variety of sources, but when used for natural healing, it's important to choose activated charcoal made from coconut shells or other natural sources.
Activated charcoal capsules, soap or powder can be used daily to flush toxins accumulated in the body's systems.
When consumed, charcoal stays in the digestive tract and allows extracellular detoxification, but not intracellular detoxification.
It is important to know about this in the detoxification process, because we have to have extracellular and intracellular detoxification to achieve full detoxification.

If this is your first time using activated charcoal, we recommend starting with low doses, such as 500 mg, to see how your body responds. Each person is different, we advise you to contact your traditional doctor in order to obtain the best advice and the appropriate dosages.