Humic-Fulvic-Acid

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When we are born and we start growing on a very rapid pace, our cells divide faster and need more of these compounds. That is why proper nutrition is extremely important for babies and children. Read More

Humic and Fulvic Acid

Fulvic acid derived from humate contains over 80 minerals and trace elements that are essential for our bodies. Read More

Fulvic and Humic Acids: Minerals in Food

The foods we eat are grown in soils that have been industrially farmed for decades, over-planted and saturated with synthetic fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides. They are deficient in both the major and trace minerals. Read More

Fulvic Acid: Miracle Molecule

Fulvic acid has always occurred naturally in organic plants and soils, yet its recent discovery and tremendous value is now just beginning to be recognized. Read More

Fulvic Acid

The presence of fulvic acid increases the activity of several enzymes, including: transaminase, invertase, and alkaline phosphates. Fulvic Acid restores electrical balance to damaged cells, neutralizes toxins and helps neutralize food poisoning. Read More

What Are The Benefits of Fulvic Acid?

Fulvic Acid increases the cells ability to clear out toxic metals. Here is one example of a study how fulvic acid helps eliminate toxins. Read More

Humic Acid References at NIH

Humic Acid Research References and Articles at NIH Read More

Humic Acid

Humic Acid is a long chain molecule, which is high in molecular weight, dark brown and is soluble in an alkali solution. Read More

Fulvic Acid: Senate Report

We know that vitamins are complex chemical substances which are indispensable to nutrition, and that each of them is of importance fro the normal function of some special structure in the body. Disorder and disease result from any vitamin deficiency. Read More

Fulvic Acid and Zeta Potential

Zeta Potential can be imparted to colloidal materials by a number of methods including vortexial fluid flow and the presence of certain types of ionic minerals that impart a negative surface charge to adjacent objects such as Red Blood Cells. Read More

Fulvic Acid and Intracellular Energy

Fulvic Acid and Intracellular Energy may be most vital “Missing Link” and solution to the world’s health problems and may even be the key to preservation of life on earth for many centuries to come Read More

Fulvic Acid and Electrolytes

Electrolytes do differ in their concentrations in blood plasma, interstitial fluid and cellular fluid and do affect the movement of substances between those compartments Read More

2002 National Institutes of Health (NIH) part 2

2002 National Institutes of Health (NIH) part 2 Read More

2002 National Institutes of Health (NIH) part 1

2002 National Institutes of Health (NIH) part 1 Read More