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Does charcoal adsorb nutrients or minerals?

Charcoal question answered.

For those of you that are still concerned about whether activated charcoal will adsorb nutrients or minerals from your body, here is a quote from  David Cooney PhD (Chemical Engineering, University Wyoming  from his book ‘Activated Charcoal,  Antidote, Remedy, and Health Aid.’book3-ac-cover
“Charcoal added to the diet of sheep for six months did not cause a loss of nutrients, as compared with sheep not receiving charcoal. … 5 % of the total diet was charcoal. It did not affect the blood or urinary levels of calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, inorganic phosphorus, potassium, sodium, zinc, creatinine, uric acid, urea nitrogen, alkaline phosphatase, total protein or urine pH.”
I would say that 5% of their diet is a bit of charcoal!  🙂

About Charcoal Times

While John and I lived in Nova Scotia, Canada, he wrote the book Charcoal Remedies.com The Complete Handbook Of Medicinal Charcoal.

We had no idea how the book would change our lives.

We now have a business dedicated to activated charcoal, for health, water, air, gardens, farms, pets and livestock. The purpose of this blog is share the amazing and numerous uses of activated charcoal.

We dedicate this blog to all our wonderful and courageous customers, that were willing to try the ‘black sheep’ of natural remedies, and share their amazing charcoal testimonies and stories with us, that soon you will be able to enjoy and be encourage.

Kimberly & John Dinsley

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