Acilis by Spritzer silica-rich water helps remove aluminium metal from the body

Question: I’ve been enjoying your water and its great taste, thanks! But is it true that silica-rich water can also improve health – apparently it can remove heavy metals from the body?

Answer from Many thanks for the compliments! We’re delighted you’ve been enjoying ACILIS by Spritzer silica-rich water, and yes, it is true that silica waters can improve health in several ways, in particular in helping you to remove metals like aluminium from your body.

The form silica comes in naturally in our water is able to pass through the gut wall, and bind with heavy metal aluminium in the blood, therefore enabling this heavy metal to be safely flushed out of the body. It is very important for us all to take measures to remove heavy metals such as aluminium from the body, as, according to aluminium expert Professor Chris Exley of Keele University, we are now living in the “aluminium age”. Aluminium is contained in many everyday products, such as cookware, cosmetics and medications, yet is not a nutrient and has no known positive biological function. Aluminium accumulation in the body is increasingly being associated with a wide range of chronic diseases, including Alzheimer’s and autism, and as such, undertaking steps to detox from heavy metals like aluminium makes sense for all of us.

As well as performing a safe and effective heavy metal detox, silica-rich waters also improve health in a number of other ways, such as boosting collagen production in the body; strengthening teeth and nails; encouraging smoother skin and shinier hair, and also boosting bone and arterial health. If you are serious about improving your health, drinking a silica-rich water on a daily basis is one of the best steps you can take.

We are so passionate about the benefits of silica and its ability to remove heavy metal aluminium from the body, we donate 10% of the price of every bottle sold to the vital research into removing aluminium from the body taking place at Keele University.

If you have any further questions on aluminium, or anything else, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us.

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