Minerals Trace

Introduction to Biological Transmutation

How your body can transmute elements, an amazing feat that requires a fusion plasma reactor otherwise. Read More

Trace Minerals Produce a Major Effect

Trace minerals are quickly expended by exposure to cell phones, computers, televisions, microwaves, living in cities, living near high power lines and being around a lot of electrical equipment or appliances. Read More

The Discovery of Biotite

Dr. Shimanishi made his discovery in 1960s. Minerals he extracted from black mica rocks from north of Tokyo had a tremendous healing and nourishing power Read More

Zinc

Zinc helps the body eliminate excess cholesterol. Zinc supports a more rapid rate of healing and even has a role in night vision. Zinc’s benefits are all encompassing. Read More

Vitamins and Minerals Overview

Studies have found that elderly people living in their own homes, often have dietary deficiencies Read More

Trace Minerals List

Trace Minerals are required, although unappreciated – we must get enough to keep in balance. Read More

Tissue Salt Therapy

Treatment with tissue salts is based on the understanding that minerals are essential to the body, regulating the metabolism of all the organs, tissues and cells. Read More

QuintEssential: Beyond Seawater

The only naturally occurring source of organically balanced full spectrum nutrients is seawater, but not just any seawater. Read More

Strontium as Trace Mineral

Strontium may help improve the cell structure and mineral matrix of the bones and teeth, adding strength and helping to prevent tooth decay or soft bones, though it is now known if low body levels of strontium causes these problems. Read More

Selenium

Strontium may help improve the cell structure and mineral matrix of the bones and teeth, adding strength and helping to prevent tooth decay or soft bones, though it is now known if low body levels of strontium causes these problems. Read More

Potassium

Potassium has many roles, especially intracellular fluid balance, and cell membrane effects such as muscle contraction, nerve impulse conduction, and cell permeability. Read More

Copper, Iodine and Strontium

Most of the strontium (good or bad) in your body resides in your bones, wrapping your bone marrow – the prime factory of your immune system’s cells Read More

Molybdenum

Molybdenum is involved in many important biological processes, possibly including development of the nervous system, waste processing in the kidneys, and energy production in cells. Read More

Manganese

Manganese is an activator of numerous enzymes including those involved in utilization of biotin, thiamine and vitamin C Read More

Lithium

We do not completely understand what effect lithium in foods has, or what particular foods are high in lithium Read More

Chromium

Chromium, a trace mineral, is essential to the body’s production of insulin. Read More

Iron

Iron has three principal functions in your body: oxygen, energy, detox Read More

Iridium

Iridium is scarce in soils, except certain volcanic soils and those near ancient, major meteor strikes. The utilizable monatomic form of Iridium is even scarcer. Read More

Trace Minerals

Minerals are needed to activate the enzymes in our body. When the body is supplied with minerals, the necessary enzymatic functions can activate. The minerals energize the cells and the power of self-healing increases. Read More

Copper

Copper is essential for utilization of vitamin C and iron, energy, enzymes involved in healing, nerves and RNA (longevity). Most “dietary” Copper comes from water pipes and is poorly and improperly utilized. Read More

Cobalt

Cobalt is an essential mineral needed in very small amounts in the diet. It is an integral part of part of vitamin B12, cobalamin, which supports red blood cell production and the formation of myelin nerve coverings. Read More

Function of Minerals

Minerals belong to two groups: macro (bulk) minerals and micro (trace) minerals. Bulk minerals include calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, and phosphorus, These are needed in larger amounts than trace minerals. Read More

Cellular Oxygenation with Minerals

Oxygen is the most vital nutrient for our bodies! Without a continuous, proper supply of oxygen our body’s internal organs begin to degrade, become diseased and age fast. Read More

Calcium Fluoride

Several highly regarded health foods are meaningful sources of calcium fluoride. These include chlorella, spirulina, kelp, dulse, nutritional yeast, whole grains and sprouts, wheat grass and barley grass juice. Read More

Boron

Boron helps with hardening of the bones, raises natural estrogen levels, prevents facial skin wrinkling. Read More