Cesium Chloride and Potassium

Cesium Chloride and Potassium

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Cesium Chloride and Potassium

Cesium Chloride and Potassium

Cesium Chloride is an ionic liquid mineral dietary supplement in a highly absorbable concentrated form. The ionic format is an extremely small particle size that can easily be assimilated into the body without having to be broken down and digested to extract the active ingredients, unlike like pills or capsules or powders. In addition, the liquid form is very easy to swallow, and can easily be mixed into a fresh juice or smoothie. Each serving contains 1.5 grams (101,000 ppm) of cesium chloride and comes in a 32 ounce bottle, which approximately a one month supply. It is the highest quality cesium chloride on the market today and contains no artificial colors, flavors, sugars, stimulants or other additives.

What is Cesium Chloride?

Cesium Chloride is the salt (chloride) form of the element cesium (Cs), which has an atomic number of 55. It is an alkaline element similar to sodium, potassium, and rubidium. Cesium chloride was the focus of a famous study by A. Keith Brewer, Ph.D. which demonstrated that cancer cells preferentially uptake it due to its ability to replace potassium in the vital sodium-potassium pump which transports ions into and out of cells.

What is Cesium Chloride Used For?

Cesium Chloride is part of a nutrition plan known as “High pH Therapy”. High pH Therapy is a combined alkaline diet and nutrition supplement approach to balancing body pH. The goal is to increase the body’s alkaline reserves while reducing the overall acid load on overworked acid-buffering systems.

Why Alkaline?

The standard American diet based around meat, dairy, and grains is full of acid-forming foods. Eating alkaline-forming foods can balance out the intake of excess acids and help flush them from the body. Any excess of acids in the body create unnecessary work your body’s buffering systems and the overload can affect your health. Eating an alkaline diet is especially important for those dealing with cancer as cancer cells create a lot of acidic waste and thrive in low oxygen conditions.

How Do I Use Cesium Chloride and Potassium?

Just mix 1-2 Tablespoons of Cesium Chloride into fresh tomato juice, orange juice, or any other fresh juice or smoothie. It is recommended that you take Cesium Chloride with food. Cesium Chloride can lower potassium levels in the body, so a daily high-quality potassium supplement is recommended. Our Potassium Max supplement contains one of the highest concentrations of potassium on the market, in a highly bioavailable liquid ionic format. Each serving of Potassium Max contains 700 mg (47,000 ppm) potassium and is approximately a one month supply. In addition, it is recommended to eat plenty of potassium-rich foods in your diet every day.

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