As I said, I am not prepared to enter into any futile and endless debate, others can decide for themselves, I've already decided for myself, and I'm not interested in what anyone may or may not 'claim'. And I don't need to 'prove' anything to anyone else other than myself, besides, how many home producers can make claims of any sort other than anecdotal?
Now that we've dispensed with that age old 'which is better' debate, back to my original questions. What I want to know is, what constitutes a colloid or particle in a manufactured product? And how does that colloid or particle differ in construct to a colloid or particle found in any other product? As an example if you like...the products promoted here? What is the *structure* of the colloid or particle in this product? If it's not liquid encapsulated ions grouped together to form that colloid or particle - then what is the structure of it? How does the structure of colloids or particles in those products differ from the structure of colloids or particles in any other product?
An explanation of the above would be very helpful, not only to myself, but to anyone reading this for a better understanding of what constitutes a colloid or particle, and how they may differ from one colloidal or particulate product to another.