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Metallic versus Plant


The human body Is not designed to

absorb, assimilate or use metallic minerals.
The health food industry recognised the metallic mineral absorption problem in the mid 1970s.

Some companies still wanted to use them Because they are cheap to produce, but at what cost to your health?

Their solution was ‘chelated minerals’ which are developed in a laboratory.

This process involves wrapping amino acids around metallic minerals to help the body metabolise them.

This does help the problem Slightly by providing a little better absorption but nowhere near the levels obtained from plant derived minerals from Mother Nature.

According to ‘Cancer Support International’ Plant based minerals are different from those that come from the ground.

Although minerals – even if they are metallic – do have some value in balancing bodily functions. However, you could not live on clay and rock because it is not alive or enzymatically active.

Plant derived minerals, which have not been destroyed by heat or altered by man made chemicals are, from a medical stand point, enzymatically active living minerals.

Note: plant derived minerals should NOT be confused with metallic minerals, which come from salts, clay, ancient sea-beds and ground up rocks and soil.

The absolute best minerals for your body are plant derived minerals.

DONT even think about metallic minerals.

Metallic minerals are the cheap ineffective type you find in most shops.

You are basically eating ground up rock and clay instead of the plant derived minerals your body needs.






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