South Africa’s plan for a healthier world

In the last two decades, South Africans have developed a genuine interest in their environment and the impact of human activity on nature. Their well-prepared and passionate researchers have raised major concerns regarding the rapidly-changing climate, the pollution and the aggressive deforestation that take place in the country for more than three centuries. Their studies powered by the Department of Environmental Affairs of SA have shown how these actions have a damaging effect on the health of the people living there, and how they can be treated, even with products like ZetaClear.


How environmental decay affects your health

Global warming is no longer a myth. The ever-rising industrialization has led to the destruction of natural habitats that maintained ecological balance across the globe. Lately, South African scientists have revealed that the weather is not the only thing that is being destroyed, but our health too. Some of the medical conditions generated by a diseased environment are:

  • Toenail fungus
  • Cancer
  • Skin Rashes
  • Fungal infections

As we destroy more and more natural habitats, we help bacterial and viral infections to develop. Very soon, illnesses like onychomycosis will affect a large percentage of the human population because its spreading will be difficult to combat. Also known as toenail fungus, this condition can severely damage your health and make you lose your nails if you do not treat it properly.

South Africa’s plan to treat fungus

Getting rid of environmentally triggered nail fungus is just a small step towards fighting the effects of habitat decay. However, South African scientists have found the best cure to treat fungal infections without any side effects. ZetaClear is the ultimate remedy for onychomycosis and has recently become the primary weapon in the fight against viral attacks. Due to its all-natural composition of herbal extracts and vitamins, this treatment is the ideal way to get rid of the malicious fungi produced by environmental decay.