I told you it was a doozy…
Published in the journal Nutricion Hospitilaria, this meta-analysis looks at many different kinds of zeolites.
Consider this one paragraph from the paper (Fulltext available online)http://www.aulamedica.es/nh/pdf/8914.pdf
“Zeolite properties were also investigated at a ce- rebral level. Montinaro M et al19 studied in a model of Alzheimer diseases mice the antioxidant and neu- roprotective properties of clinoptilolite, which was administered through the water beverage (0.6 – 1.25 – 2.5 ng/ml) for 5 months. A significant reduction of the cellular death induced by reactive species of oxy- gen (ROS) was induced (P<0.001) in the group trea- ted with clinoptilolite respect to the control group, not treated; it was also observed a significant increase of ROS production in mitochondria (P<0.001), a signi- ficant increase of the activity of superoxide dismutase enzyme in the hippocampus of mice (P < 0.01), and a significant reduction of the levels of the amyloids pla- ques (P < 0.05). The authors suggest clinoptilolite as a potential coadjutant in the therapeutic treatment of Alzheimer disease.”