When do you use a binder? (You know – a supplement designed to grab and hang on to toxins.) Probably when you’re doing a cleanse, right? Go after the bad stuff, bind it up, and clear it out of your system.
But did you know there are some instances outside of a cleanse where you might want to use a binder?
It’s true! You can use a binder when you want to neutralize something in your gut. STAT!
The Five Uses
- Oh no! You were out, and the restaurant swore your meal was gluten-free. But now your body is feeling like a giant donut.
- You succumbed to your sister-in-law’s famous guacamole, and now you’re paying the price for eating raw onions.
- Your neighbor is battling dandelions and resorted to spraying with chemical pesticides. When you opened your window for fresh air, you got more than you bargained for.
- An hour-long traffic jam not only tests your patience, the exhaust fumes tax your liver.
- You love your book club, but another evening spent breathing in scented candles at Blake’s house has you considering resigning your spot in the group.
- Those deep-fried clams at the street fair were good going down, but now you’re down and out!
- You know the histamine in that kombucha or Caesar salad may make you bloated or headachy – but you want to enjoy it anyway.
- The same goes for the lactose in your daily frappuccino or latte.
- That wine trolley tour was a blast. And you’re not too proud to admit it. There’s a slight chance you had just one too many tastes of that incredible pinot noir!
Save Your Day With a Binder
These are the times when a formula containing a variety of binders is your best friend. They provide broad-spectrum support, so no matter where your day goes awry, you have an ally to keep you more comfortable.
And guess what else you can use a binder for? A cleanse! Oh wait, you already knew that. Okay.
So the next time you find yourself wondering, “What else can I use a binder for?” Here's your answer – a lot more than you realize!