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GVS
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My heartburn won't tolerate even small amount of acid -- lemon juice, unbuffered vitamin c, etc.
I've become allergic to all the antioxidants I'm aware of -- vitamin C, aloe, serrapeptase, grape seed extract, etc. -- and have to find another one to keep on going.

Anyone know of a kind of Homozon that doesn't have to be taken with acid, or have any other suggestions about antioxidants?

Thanks,
GVS

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Homozon??

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Are you looking for something similar for cellular oxygenation, bowel cleansing, or both?

I like Homozon, but it definitely needs acid to activate.

The most similar products that I've read of might be Mag O7 or Oxypowder, but they both contain citric acid.

I liked the clear energetic lift I got from using Megahydrate, but only went through one bottle. I'd have taken it longer and tried high dosing if I could afford it.

There are some who report positive experiences with CellFood. I think there is another product very similar to this one, name escapes me now.

Lots of positive reports on liposomal C. I wonder if it would be equally effective if made with buffered C?

For oxygenation perhaps consider ozone, IV vitamin C, or mHBOT.

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