CytoDetox contains clinoptillolite that range in molecular size (not weight) from approximately 1 to over 1000 nanometers. This produces various sizes and clusters of cage structures that have the ability to bind larger quantities of toxins in different body systems.
When it comes to cellular membranes studies show molecular weight not the measured size is what matters. The molecular weight (measured in daltons), is what defines a molecules ability to cross into cells and cellular membranes.
We confirmed the molecular weight by liquid chromatography and mass spectrometry (LC-MS) that the correct clinoptiloite molecular weight is present in CytoDetox to cross cellular membranes.
We also added insoluble clinoptilolite particles that are too large to enter cellular membrane to further support the bodies natural ability to detoxify other body systems such as the blood and gut.
In addition, we have taken a proven deliver system called liposomal technology that can move molecules easily and safely across cellular barriers. Creating clinoptilolite liposomal particles further ensures we are delivering clinoptilolite molecules and fragments (varying molecular weights, sizes and concentrations) into the lymphatic system providing increased access to the cells and tissues.
Even smaller zeolite molecules may encounter barriers like intestinal tight junctions or membranes, therefore, liposomes increase the efficacy and molecular concentration of every CytoDetox dose.
Liposomes fuse with membranes, and then can release contents into the cell. The liposomes present in CytoDetox are small and stable ranging in size from 20 to 250 nanometers.
We measure the molecular clinoptilolite fragments to verify the dalton size required for inclusion into the liposomal matrix.