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What is the difference between activated attapulgite and zeolite?
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Dr. Ed Friedlander
Pathology
In brief: Clays
Attapulgite is the familiar keopectate which is helpful for diarrhea.
Something marketed as "zeolite" (for example, for cancer) is more likely to be a health fraud -- a few years back, there was a multi-level marketing scheme in "social conservative" circles in which a drop of the stuff in a water-softener was sold for $100/ounce as a phony cancer remedy.

In brief: Clays
Attapulgite is the familiar keopectate which is helpful for diarrhea.
Something marketed as "zeolite" (for example, for cancer) is more likely to be a health fraud -- a few years back, there was a multi-level marketing scheme in "social conservative" circles in which a drop of the stuff in a water-softener was sold for $100/ounce as a phony cancer remedy.
Dr. Ed Friedlander
Dr. Ed Friedlander
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