The Ultimate Food Cleaning Device

The Ultimate Food Cleaning Device

Healthy families are happy families.

And these days, it's getting harder and harder to feed your family healthy foods.

Even the best fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, and seafood could expose your children to pesticides, bacteria, and other toxins.

Fortunately, there's a safe new way to enjoy your favorite fresh and healthy produce, meats, and grains without worrying about harmful toxins through the practice of food cleaning.

Introducing the MIRA Safety DTX-1 Food Detoxifier, a revolutionary new solution for cleansing, sterilizing, and deodorizing a wide range of foods, silverware, flatware, and other household objects.

Combining powerful ultrasonic technology with oxidizing jets, the DTX-1 uses state-of-the-art technology to eradicate potential threats without chemicals or filters.

Today, we're taking a deeper look at how this new system works and how it can save your family from a lifetime of awful ultra-processed foods …

Table of Contents

  • 01

    Junk Food Is Killing Us

  • 02

    The Ultimate Upgrade for Your Modern Kitchen

  • 03

    The Science Behind the DTX-1 Food Detoxifier

  • 04

    Are Your Foods Covered in Pesticides?

  • 05

    The Staggering Cost of Foodborne Illness

  • 06

    How Long Does It Take to Detox Food?

  • 07


Junk Food Is Killing Us

As you read this, one in three American adults are obese. Perhaps even worse, one in six American children are obese.

Overweight kids are five times more likely than their peers to become overweight adults. As a result, they'll be at far greater risk of more than 60 chronic diseases, including type 2 diabetes, stroke, and cancer. The cause of it all is no secret.

We Americans are addicted to highly processed foods.

(Image source: Image courtesy of The Daily Meal)

From Doritos to Red Baron pizza, we can't get enough of the stuff.

As far back as 2000, Americans were getting more than half of their calories from such prepackaged foods. Now it’s closer to two-thirds of everything we eat!

Recent studies have even linked these foods to a much faster decline in cognitive function.

So why do we love this food, even though it's killing us? Because it seems safer than the alternative.

Food contamination has skyrocketed since 2000. Recalls, reports of E. coli and tainted produce have become a mainstay on nightly news programs. According to the CDC, some 48 million people get sick from foodborne illnesses every year.

And that's not all.

Another study from the FDA looked at various samples of the most popular fresh produce, everything from strawberries and bell peppers to kale and spinach. Many tested positive for residue of carcinogenic pesticides and other compounds.

One single sample of kale showed 21 different pesticides!

(Image source: Image courtesy of Food Matters)

If you've ever experienced food poisoning, you know that just one bad night can put someone off a certain food for a long time.

So, compared with the risk of foodborne illnesses from consuming fresh meats, fruits, and vegetables, processed foods might mistakenly seem "safe."

Former President Donald Trump famously explained his affinity for fast food by saying, "One bad hamburger, you can destroy McDonald's. I like cleanliness, and I think you're better off going there than maybe someplace that you have no idea where the food is coming from." Even if Mcdonald's isn’t the most healthy food, it wouldn't give him food poisoning or derail his campaign, so he didn't mind indulging.

Millions of Americans feel the same way.

Ultra-processed foods are the comfort foods of the new generation. We reach for toaster pastries instead of bananas. We visit fast food drive-throughs instead of cooking at home.

But it doesn't have to be that way …

The Ultimate Upgrade for Your Modern Kitchen

The MIRA Safety DTX-1 Food Detoxifier is a revolutionary solution for cleaning foods exposed to pesticides, toxins, bacteria, and other threats you don't want in your family's food.

This detoxification machine combines ultrasonic cleaning technology with rapid oxidation to clean and detoxify your meat, vegetables, and produce in a matter of minutes. With the DTX-1 submerged and activated in water, ultrasonic pulses lift even the smallest particles from the surface of your foods.

Meanwhile, the DTX-1 also floods the water with active oxygen molecules that penetrate and oxidize your food from the inside out. This doesn't alter the taste or consistency of your food, merely purges unwanted toxins not reached by the unit's ultrasonic waves.

And thanks to cutting-edge technology, the DTX-1 does all this without harsh cleansers, disposable filters, or chemicals.

Aside from the electricity to charge the battery, there's zero cost to operate the DTX-1 over its five-year lifecycle, making it easier and more convenient than ever to cleanse fresh produce.

And the DTX-1 is much more than just a food cleaning device…

The same oxidizing/ultrasonic technology also works exceptionally well to clean and disinfect silverware, flatware, and kitchen utensils. It can even help cleanse and disinfect the shelving inside your refrigerator or the cutting board on your countertop.

Perhaps most interestingly, the DTX-1 can be used to detoxify raw meats and fish from the grocery store. This not only neutralizes unpleasant odors but kills bacteria that can speed up the aging process and cost you a small fortune in spoiled groceries.

It also works to deodorize smelly items. Submerge your old sneakers for 15 minutes, and the DTX-1 will rapidly deodorize them, after which you can air-dry them. Pet odors can be removed from sheets, blankets, or other laundry after soaking with the DTX-1. You can even remove fish or garlic odor from your hands by submerging them for a few minutes.

But how is this possible?

How can one appliance do so much without detergents, chemicals, or filters?

Let's take a closer look at the process of food cleaning on the microscopic level …

The Science Behind the DTX-1 Food Detoxifier

Once you've charged your DTX-1 Food Detoxifier and filled a tub with water, you use the simple touchscreen interface to select a cleaning mode. Then, the process begins once you submerged both the lower half of the DTX-1 and the items you want to clean in water.

Ultrasonic cleaning works by transmitting high-frequency sound waves at a wavelength of about 40 kHz through the water. This type of agitation leads to "cavitation," in which the ultrasonic energy creates a void that gets trapped as a bubble in the water. When these tiny bubbles implode, the force dislodges contaminants adhered to the items.

That means ultrasonic cleaners work by hitting surfaces with a barrage of tiny bubbles. It's as cool as it sounds, too.

Because ultrasonic cleaners can work on a surprisingly wide variety of materials, such as metals, glass, rubber, ceramic, plastics, and even food items, they’re especially useful for cleaning those hard-to-reach spots in smaller things—like the inside of a head of lettuce or a porous piece of beef.

Ultrasonic cleaners can remove everything from dust, grease, dirt, and oil to fine particulates and harmful residue. Perhaps best of all, the method works perfectly well with cool, clear water.

The other component of the DTX-1 involves using active oxygen molecules to oxidize your items from the inside out. Active oxygen molecules act as powerful disinfectants, and this same technology has been used in everything from industrial cleaning equipment to water purifiers.

As these active oxygen molecules make their way through your food, they attack bacteria, mold, viruses, protozoa, and other unwanted elements. This also kills unwanted odors in clothing and other items.

The DTX-1 Detoxifier uses both of these cleaning methods simultaneously with nothing other than a tub of clear, clean water and a few minutes of your time. This is as advanced as food cleaning gets in the convenience of your own kitchen.

And it couldn't have come along at a better time for your family's safety …

Are Your Foods Covered in Pesticides?

The need for consistent and robust food cleaning options is more dire than ever. According to the World Health Organization, there are more than 1,000 types of pesticides used by farmers worldwide.

None of today's pesticides have any known genotoxic effects, which is to say they won't cause cancer or unexpected mutations. However, authorities note that adverse effects can still result if you're exposed to large doses. In reality, things are more complicated.

(Image source: Image courtesy of Food Safety Training)

For example, the pesticide DCPA is sold under the brand name Dacthal and is frequently used on collards, kale, and mustard greens. DCPA was classified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as a possible carcinogen and banned by the EU back in 2009. Other frequently used pesticides contain neurotoxic compounds.

And these types of compounds are all over our produce.

Spinach is the worst offender, with 1.8 times the pesticide residue as any other type of produce by weight. But more than 90% of the strawberries, apples, nectarines, and grapes sampled also tested positive for two or more pesticides.

The Worst Produce Pesticide Offenders

  • Apples & applesauce

  • Blueberries

  • Grapes

  • Green beans

  • Leafy green produce

  • Pears and peaches

  • Potatoes

  • Red raspberries

  • Strawberries

  • Sweet peppers

  • Tomatoes

Kale, collard greens, mustard greens, and bell peppers were even worse, with upwards of 103 types of pesticide residue found.

Older, cheaper pesticides like dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) and lindane can remain in the soil for years after use, leaving residue on future generations of produce. Another dangerous pesticide is chlorpyrifos, which studies have linked to brain damage in children and fetuses.

Public health advocates spent more than a decade urging the EPA to take action, but the agriculture and pesticide industries downplayed the dangers of chlorpyrifos. It wasn't until 2021 that action was taken, and it was banned from use on food crops.

Modern pesticides are technically safer, but they're rarely ever tested by authorities. glyphosate, for example, is the most widely-used pesticide in the United States. And it's never been tested.

(Image source: Image courtesy of Medical News Today)

But if modern pesticides are used everywhere—how harmful can they be?

Recent studies have found that reducing pesticide exposure by eating healthier organic foods can yield various health benefits. These benefits include improved fertility and birth outcomes, reduced incidence of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, lower BMI, and reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.

Worse still, the EPA doesn't have any additional restrictions regarding most pesticides to safeguard children's health, even though the 1996 Food Quality Protection Act requires the EPA to protect children with an extra margin of safety. But according to an investigation by the Environmental Working Group, the EPA guidelines for almost 90% of common pesticides don't account for that tenfold margin of safety.

Clearly, the federal government is falling short in its obligation to protect farm workers and Americans from harmful pesticides. The responsibility for pesticide regulation falls to multiple agencies.

(Image source: Image courtesy of FAO)

The USDA is technically committed to testing commodities for pesticide levels annually, focusing on foods most likely to be consumed by infants and young children. In reality, they haven't tested baby food since 2013. Baby formula was last tested in 2014.

The responsibility for policing pesticides in the US falls primarily to the EPA, which provides approval and dictates use conditions. But the actual enforcement authority lies with the states, essentially rendering the EPA ineffective at enforcing pesticide regulations.

The Staggering Cost of Foodborne Illness

It's estimated that somewhere between 24 and 81 million cases of foodborne illness occur each year in the United States, costing somewhere between $5 billion and $17 billion in medical expenses and lost productivity.

Bacteria-related food poisoning is the most common threat, with just a handful of bacteria causing some 90% of all food poisoning cases each year. Specifically, those threats are Listeria monocytogenes, Vibrio parahaemolyticus, Staphylococcus aureus, Bacillus cereus, Escherichia coli, and of course, Salmonella. These bacteria are most commonly found in raw foods like fruits, meat, and vegetables. It typically requires high concentrations of these bacteria to cause illness, so sufficient cleaning can drastically reduce the risk of illness.

Other threats, including everything from chemicals to heavy metals, can also cause food poisoning, but these bacterial threats bear closer examination …

Staphylococcus aureus produces a heat-stable toxin that may not be destroyed in cooking. It's most common in foods that require hand preparation, like potato or tuna salad. If these foods are left at room temperature for extended periods, the bacteria can grow and produce toxins. Good hygiene and food preparation are crucial for preventing infections.

Salmonella is most commonly associated with meat, poultry, fish, and eggs. In reality, any food left at an improper temperature can make you sick. Salmonella is destroyed when cooked to temperatures over 150 degrees. Its growth can also be controlled by refrigeration below 40 degrees. Once again, careful cleaning is critical.

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Listeria first became a significant threat in the 1980s, with outbreaks in Texas, California, Massachusetts, and Nova Scotia. It can survive long periods under adverse conditions and grow even at refrigerator temperatures. That makes Listeria a perennial threat that requires vigilant food preparation and storage.

Clostridium botulinum accounts for fewer than 400 cases of food poisoning each year, but it's fatal in 30% of those cases. Commonly known as botulism, it's associated with improperly canned foods and home-canned foods. It can exist as a heat-resistant spore, grow, and produce a neurotoxin that can only be destroyed by 10 minutes of boiling.

Escherichia coli commonly causes diarrhea and is often found in developing countries and places with poor sanitation. It's widely associated with the discomfort you experience while traveling to new locales. However, the latest major outbreak was in an Ontario nursing home. And in November 2021, significant E. coli infections occurred in seven states.

It's not a pleasant thought, but the primary source of E. coli is water contaminated by the feces of infected humans or animals. Food service establishments and farm workers must maintain consistent sanitation standards to avoid E. coli outbreaks. However, should these efforts fail, the burden lies on the consumer to employ effective food cleaning practices.

How Long Does It Take to Detox Food?

The DTX-1 Detoxifier can be used daily, and it can cleanse just about anything that fits in a tub of water in just a few minutes. It comes preprogrammed with multiple modes and a simple touchscreen interface that makes it easy to use.

Once the DTX-1 starts cleaning, your work is done. The system automatically shuts itself off and notifies you that the cleaning cycle is complete. The length of the cleaning cycle depends on what's being cleaned and how deep that cleaning needs to be.

After just 3 minutes:

  • Your hands are cleansed of seafood smells after handling or eating raw/cooked seafood.

  • Aquarium water is sufficiently oxidized and cleansed so that it can safely be added to freshwater tanks without harming fish or other organisms.

  • Nasty odors are removed from the surfaces of objects and household items.

After 10–15 minutes:

  • Cutting boards are completely deodorized and sterilized. Anything worked into the cutting board's surface is effectively purged, preventing future bacterial/fungal growth.

  • Fruits and vegetables are purged of the pesticides, bacteria, and other toxins commonly found on supermarket produce.

  • Seafood and other meat are sterilized and deodorized, slowing food decay and bacterial growth to prolong shelf life.

  • Silverware and flatware are entirely sterilized and spotless without soap or harmful chemicals.

  • Even footwear can be deodorized and sterilized in a matter of minutes!

After 45 minutes:

  • Pet odors, even the most unpleasant ones, are practically erased.

  • Kitchen hardware (refrigerator shelves etc) are wholly sterilized, ideal for spring cleaning or sterilizing your family's refrigerator.

Once you get used to using your DTX-1, it will be part of your everyday routine.

Vegetables for dinner can be cleansed while you're preparing everything else. Silverware can be detoxified after a dishwasher cycle. Even aquarium water can be ready in just a few minutes, providing a healthier alternative for your tropical fish than regular tap water.

A Return to Simpler Times, Healthier Food, and Happier Families

You probably remember growing up in a time when foodborne illnesses and other harmful toxins weren't so widespread.

Outbreaks of pathogens like E. coli have become more and more common in recent years, and pesticide use is widespread. Food contamination has increased by more than 1,000% in the last 20 years.

It's a shame that today's kids can't enjoy the same simple foods we grew up on. But now, that's all changed with the DTX-1 Food Detoxifier.

Now, in just a few minutes, you can cleanse everything from fresh leafy greens or a ribeye steak to your finest silver and china and your stinkiest old shoes. All it takes is a few minutes, a tub of water, and a little power to charge the battery.

This is a revolution in food cleaning and utensil sanitization, with the power to cleanse deeper than your dishwasher, washing machine, or almost any other cleaning appliance in the modern home.

It's practical peace of mind so you can go about your life without worrying about whether tonight's dinner might give someone food poisoning. It's an easy way to eat more fresh foods and get away from the overprocessed junk foods that are killing Americans.

The DTX-1 Food Detoxifier is a cleaning revolution. And it belongs on your countertop.


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