The Benefits of Organically Complexed Trace Minerals

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The human body requires both major and trace minerals to maintain optimum health. Trace minerals are required in very small amounts—generally less than 100 milligrams per day--but they are vital micronutrients essential to good health. The key trace elements include iron, iodine, cobalt, chromium, copper, zinc, manganese, selenium and molybdenum. They are nature’s catalysts, enabling the work of enzymes, which generate all metabolic processes necessary for life. Fulvic acid, the end product of nature's decomposition process, is proven to have unique abilities for intra-cellular detoxification. Fulvic acid consists of 100% organically complexed and ultra-tiny molecules which easily penetrate human tissues and cells. Fulvic acid is available as a liquid supplement that stimulates metabolism and boosts the immune system.

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The Benefits of Organically Complexed Trace Minerals

  1. 1. Benefits of Organically Complexed Trace Minerals 2013
  2. 2. The human body requires both major and trace minerals to maintain optimum health • • • Trace minerals are required in very small amounts—generally less than 100 milligrams per day--but they are vital micronutrients essential to good health. The key trace elements include iron, iodine, cobalt, chromium, copper, zinc, manganese, selenium and molybdenum. They are nature’s catalysts, enabling the work of enzymes, which generate all metabolic processes necessary for life.
  3. 3. Breaking it Down—What is Organically Complexed? • • • To supplement your diet, choose truly “organic”—in the scientific sense of the word—trace minerals. Organic refers to materials that contain living carbon (not synthetic carbonate). Scientists believe fulvic acid bridges the gap between inert trace minerals and living, 100% organically complexed (carbon-based) trace minerals, polyelectrolytes, and metalo-enzymes.
  4. 4. Breaking it Down— What is Fulvic Acid? • • • Fulvic acid, the end product of nature's decomposition process, is proven to have unique abilities for intra-cellular detoxification. Fulvic acid consists of 100% organically complexed and ultra-tiny molecules which easily penetrate human tissues and cells. Fulvic acid is available as a liquid supplement that stimulates metabolism and boosts the immune system.
  5. 5. Why Add Fulvic Acid to a Daily Health Regimen? • • • Fulvic Acid Concentrate, developed by HumaLife, offers an easy-to-use liquid, easily added to the health regimen with just a few drops daily. This brand offers the highest and purest concentration available at 3%. Fulvic Acid can help regrow cells, repair cellular DNA, enhance nutrient absorption and speed up detoxification.
  6. 6. Fulvic Acid—How Does it Work? • • • Fulvic Acid enhances health by surrounding inorganic substances—or toxins—with a living carbon, then breaking them into tiny, organically complexed molecules that are more easily flushed from the system. The same cellular process works to transport 100% organically microcomplexed trace minerals into the system more effectively, through the small intestine, where most nutrition is absorbed. As a result, vital trace minerals are linked to a protein or other organic carrier, assuring that the mineral has the best chance of being absorbed via digestive pathways. It’s less likely to get tied up (complexed) with other substances which pass through undigested.
  7. 7. Consider the consequences of inadequate trace minerals in the diet. • • • One of the most important is iodine. It is required for the biosynthesis of thyroxine—an essential thyroid hormone—and for the health of other organs including the stomach, breast, salivary glands, thymus and more. As a result, we need larger quantities of it than many other trace minerals. Iodine supplements may help avoid a diet deficiency. Without adequate iodine, the thyroid is unable to make thyroid hormone, causing it to enlarge, which results in a condition known as goiter. Iodine deficiency is the leading preventable cause of intellectual disabilities, affecting about two billion people per year.
  8. 8. What About Zinc? • • • Zinc is another trace mineral considered essential to public health. Zinc deficiency affects about two billion people in the developing world and is associated with diseases as well as inhibiting growth in children. It can increase susceptibility to infections and lead to diarrhea which in turn contributes to the death of about 800,000 children worldwide per year. Oysters, lobster and red meats, especially beef, lamb and liver, have some of the highest concentrations of zinc found in foods. When there is adequate zinc in the soil, foods that contain the most zinc are wheat, some seeds, beans and nuts.
  9. 9. The More You Know, the Better You Feel • • • Throughout the developed and developing world, soils have become deficient in essential trace elements, leading to nutritional shortfalls in vital foods. A complete, balanced diet is the foundation for good nutrition. Supplements play an important role in replacing missing trace elements that are the key to wellness. Read more about trace minerals and other life enhancing products in our Blog, or check the website for more in-depth articles and podcasts on all your health concerns.
  10. 10. Life Enthusiast recommends a carefully chosen mix of supplements and multi-vitamins that help balance your diet with a complete blend of trace minerals. Life Enthusiast specializes in natural health solutions to reverse chronic degenerative conditions and the sources of aging and pain. Learn more about our products and their life-changing benefits, then order direct from our online store. www.life-enthusiast.com

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