As the original creators of Silica Hydride and Microcluster technology, Phi Sciences sets the benchmark for quality and effectiveness in antioxidant supplements.

Scientific studies validate that active hydrogen delivered into your bloodstream is the most powerful free radical scavenger available. It is the first product that delivers active hydrogen directly into the bloodstream using Dr. Flanangans patented nanotechnology silica Microclusters.

We are discussing MegaHydrate. It is no secret that aging can be significantly slowed by proper cellular hydration. Without proper hydration, everything is affected (hair, skin, fingernails, even elimination). MegaHydrate helps fight the negative effects of alcohol, stress, and free radicals as part of aging. Many customers report immediate pain relief and increases in energy.

MegaHydrate has the power of active hydrogen for health and longevity, providing a way for your cells to hold on to the hydration they so desperately need. It is the key that unlocks the potential of water as a medium for nutrient replenishment and waste removal at the cellular level. In a state of dehydration, body cells cannot assimilate nutrients and remove waste and relief pain from conditions like arthritis or fibromyalgia.

Dehydration also occurs as a side effect of caffeine. Caffeine effects include anxiety, dizziness, headaches, sleep disorders, and many common ailments.

And then there’s this natural mineral detoxifier called Zeolite Pure.

It’s been proven to absorb toxins, free radicals, and heavy metals from your body, as well as boost your immune system. Zeolite will balance your body’s pH, creating an environment that foreign cells can not grow in.

Zeolite is a natural mineral that has a cage-like structure and maintains negative charge naturally. The negative charge attracts positive-charge toxins and heavy metals into its cage structure and carries them out of the body. It also helps balance the pH in the body which promotes healthy cells.

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Author: Scott