Does L. Reuteri DSM 17648 contain any fillers, harmful substances, allergens or ingredients which bear potential risks?

L. Reuteri DSM 17648 does not contain any harmful substances or ingredients which bear potential risks (according EU regulation 1169/2011). L. Reuteri DSM 17648 is free from allergens:

cereals with gluten (wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt, kamut or hybridized strain) and products thereof, shellfish and, eggs and products thereof, fish and products thereof, peanuts and products thereof, soya and products thereof, milk and products thereof (including lactose), nuts (almond, walnut, cashew nut, pecan nut, brazil nut, pistachio, macademia nut queensland nut) and products thereof, celery and products thereof, lupins and products thereof, molluscs and products thereof, mustard and products thereof, sesame seeds and products thereof, sulphur dioxide and sulphites > 10 ppm), genetically modified organisms (GMOs), nanomaterials, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, pesticides and doping substances and is BSE/TSE-free

Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17648 does not originate from, nor employ substrates of, animal origin during any part of its manufacture. Statements concerning these substances are available on request.

Does Toxaprevent bind to mycotoxins/mold?

MANC® particles have been shown to bind to mycotoxins released from mold and fungus. This is due to their silica content. 

Mold and fungal infections use mycotoxins in order to spread and thrive. Not only do MANC® particles bind to mycotoxins in order to reduce their ability to spread, but they also restore the integrity of the gut barrier (i.e. leaky gut) by binding to histamine and reducing inflammation in the intestinal lining. This allows the epithelial tight junctions to repair themselves. The combined effect is that MANC® particles reduce the ability of mold and fungal infections to spread, while changing the environment in the intestinal tract to make it unfavourable for mold and fungal infections to thrive. This makes it easier to tackle mold and fungal infections.

How should I use Toxaprevent for a heavy metals cleanse?

ake 2 PURE Capsules three times a day with food and with at least 200ml water. Do this for at least 3 – 6 months.

As food passes from the stomach into the small intestine bile is released from the gall bladder and into the small intestine. Digestive enzymes contained in bile help break down the food. However, bile also contains heavy metals and other toxic substances which are intended for elimination via natural bowel movements. Therefore, taking the PURE Capsules with food presents the best opportunity for MANC® particles to bind heavy metals released with bile in the small intestinal tract, ensuring that, once bound to MANC® particles, heavy metals are also eliminated via natural bowel movements. This prevents them from being reabsorbed in the large colon. Taking the PURE Capsules in this manner will bind and eliminate heavy metals which are in enterohepatic circulation and can trigger the release of heavy metals stored in the body.

If heavy metals are present in the upper GI i.e. the mouth, oesophagus, and stomach, then the PLUS Sachets can be used as these are mixed in water and drank, allowing MANC® particles to act immediately, binding heavy metals from the mouth onwards and ensuring their removal from the body via natural bowel movements. 

1 PLUS Sachet can be taken in the morning and 1 more PLUS Sachet can be taken at night. The PLUS Sachets can be taken alongside the PURE Capsules to ensure heavy metals in the entire digestive tract are being bound and eliminated by MANC® particles.

If heavy metals are present in the mouth, Toxaprevent DENTURA MED toothpaste can also be used each morning to target these heavy metals.

How long should I take Toxaprevent for a heavy metals cleanse?

Use Toxaprevent for a minimum of 3 – 6 months for a heavy metal cleanse. Given that we are continuously exposed to heavy metals and pollutants on a daily basis, Toxaprevent can be used for longer than 3 – 6 months on a continuous basis, to help the body eliminate these toxic substances.

Results may vary from person to person, and therefore testing alongside using Toxaprevent to monitor heavy metals in the body is always recommended.

What is histamine intolerance?

Histamine intolerance occurs when the body can’t eliminate histamine properly and is left with excess histamine. This happens when there when the body can’t produce sufficient amounts of diamine oxidase (DAO) or histamine n-methyltransferase (HNMT). Excess histamine circulates in the body causes inflammation wherever there are histamine receptors e.g. lungs, skin, brain, heart, etc. Histamine rich diets can ‘use up’ DAO and HNMT, and can contribute towards histamine intolerance. Some histamine rich foods include:

  • Champagne, wine, beer, cider
  • Coffee, cocoa, chocolate
  • Fermented soya products including miso and tempeh
  • Blue cheeses, parmesan cheese, camembert, emmental, old gouda, cheddar and other hard cheeses, fresh and hard sheep and goat cheeses
  • Cured meat, especially pork products e.g. sausages and other processed meats (ham, salami, pepperoni, bacon)
  • Fresh or canned tuna, sardines, mackerel, salmon, herring, processed fish products e.g. fish pastes, smoked or dried pickled fish
  • Tomatoes, pickled cabbage (sauerkraut), broad beans, aubergine, spinach
  • Peanuts, tree nuts
  • Oranges, tangerines, bananas, pineapple, grapes, strawberries.

Too many histamine-rich foods can cause allergy-like symptoms such as headaches, rashes, itching, diarrhoea or abdominal pain, and can cause inflammation in the lining of the intestinal tract.

Reducing the histamine load with Toxaprevent is especially important as the hormone has been linked with inflammation within the intestinal tract, causing permeability and various food intolerances. Reducing histamine will naturally alleviate these allergic reactions and support the body’s natural diamine oxidase enzyme (DAO) and histamine n-methyltransferase enzyme (HNMT).

What is histamine?

Histamine is a hormone and a neurotransmitter that occurs naturally in the body and in food. Histamine fulfils many important functions within the body and is the main inflammatory substance released during an immune response. Histamine causes the symptoms in allergic reactions such as itching, sneezing, wheezing, a runny nose and watery/itchy eyes as well as inflammation on the skin. The body eliminates histamine from food in the digestive tract using an enzyme called diamine oxidase (DAO), and in other parts of the body histamine is degraded using an enzyme called histamine n-methyltransferase (HNMT). When the body can properly eliminate histamine using these two enzymes, histamine does not adversely affect. However, when the body can’t eliminate
histamine properly, excess histamine can begin to cause symptoms such as those mentioned above, leading to histamine intolerance.

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