For many people, activated charcoal is a harmless material, and it also looks good on food, so it is favored by many consumers.
However, with a recent research, experts found out that activated carbon is not as harmless as many people think.
Activated charcoal is a fine black powder made from bone char, coconut shells, peat, petroleum coke, coal, olive pits or sawdust.
Activated charcoal is a type of charcoal that's processed to make it more porous. This porous texture is what distinguishes it from other types of charcoals, including the type used for barbecuing.
Activated charcoal's negatively charged, porous texture helps trap toxins, preventing your body from absorbing them.
Activated charcoal is added to a variety of daily foods such as ice cream, beverages and sausages ...
According to this research, this substance does not have good health effects such as advertising.
If taken after 2 hours of using activated charcoal, the effect of the pill will be significantly reduced, even if some will completely lost its effectiveness.
Still, activated charcoal is generally considered safe, but it may cause unpleasant symptoms or side effects in some people. It may also interfere with some medications.
Activated charcoal is a supplement with a variety of uses.
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