|MadSci Network: Biochemistry|
I've been trying to figure out if these "black water" drinks, which contain fulvic acid, are merely gimmicks. I can't find anything online that leads me to believe that these drinks are beneficial. Some people say that the alkalinity in the fulvic acid helps balance the body, and get rid of heavy metals in our blood stream, but I'm skeptical. It's driving me crazy that I can't find any "hard" science behind the claims. I really just want to know how fulvic acid affects the human body, if it does at all.
Re: How does fulvic acid affect the body?
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