Intellipure chosen as 2018 top pick for residential air cleaning
solutions by health and wellness expert, Dr. Josh Axe.
Dr. Josh Axe, DNM, DC, CNS
Dr. Josh Axe is a world-renowned certified doctor if natural medicine and chiropractic, as well as a clinical nutritionist. Just recently, Dr. Axe, “The Food-As-Medicine Doc,” was ranked number 3 in the top 100 Most Influential People in Health and Fitness by the Greatist Magazine. Dr. Axe, along with the other health and wellness experts included in the top 100 are the most knowledgeable, and sought-after trainers, health coaches, nutritionists, and teachers.
As people are increasingly aware of the indoor air quality epidemic, these influencers have started to do some research on their own to find the best products on the market to recommend to their followers. Dr. Axe recently wrote an article about indoor air quality, and provides advice on how to effectively, and safely, improve your indoor air quality. In the article, Dr. Axe chose Intellipure as his top pick in 2018 for air cleaning solutions. “My top choice for air purifiers right now is the Intellipure Ultrafine 468, a multistage air purification system designed for medium-to-large living spaces” (Dr. Josh Axe).
The Intellipure Ultrafine 468 is at the forefront of the industry in terms of energy efficiency, measuring ultrafine particle effectiveness, micro-organism capture and reduction of odors and volatile organic compounds in the air. Our patented Disinfecting Filtration System (DFS) is superior to HEPA standards. In fact, each Intellipure unit is handcrafted, independently tested, and proven to be 40x more efficient that HEPA filters. Even better, the revolutionary Intellipure Ultrafine Series eliminates the smallest, most harmful particles – ultrafine particles, which the World Health Organization (WHO) has linked to cause cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, cardiovascular disease, lung disease, respiratory problems, and even stroke.
According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Indoor air pollutants can be 2-5x higher than outdoor levels. The EPA suggests there are 3 strategies to help improve indoor air quality.
- Remove the source of pollution
- Improve Ventilation
- Use of a high-quality portable air cleaning system
To learn more about Dr. Josh Axe, please visit his website