Minerals: Trace

Molybdenum

You need only tiny amounts of this trace mineral. Helps convert fat to energy, and break down proteins and toxins (alcohol, drugs, purines, sulfites)… 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 is involved in maintaining blood sugar, energy, cholesterol regulation and possibly involved in the synthesis of DNA… Read More

Iron

Iron has three principal functions in your body: oxygenation, energy, detoxification… Read More

Iridium

Scarce in soils, except some volcanic soils near ancient, major meteor strikes. The utilizable monatomic form is even more scarce… 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)… Read More

Cobalt

Cobalt is essential and needed in small amounts. It’s an integral in supporting red blood cell production and forming myelin nerve coverings… Read More

Functions of Minerals

From Boron to Zinc, the best mineral supplements are from plants or herbivores that have already ‘digested’ them… Read More

Cellular Oxygenation

Without continuous and proper supply, your body’s internal organs begin to degrade, become diseased and age faster… Read More

Calcium Fluoride

Good sources of calcium fluoride are chlorella, spirulina, kelp, dulse, nutritional yeast, whole grains and sprouts, wheat grass and barley grass juice… Read More