To Grow Strong Bones, Do You Need Calcium or Silica?
Your existence as a living being is very much dependent on the tiny electrical exchanges that take place inside your cells, and between your cells.
Good many years ago in France a young boy made an interesting observation: their chickens carefully sought out shiny mica bits among the gravel in the yard. Later in his scientific research he confirmed that chickens can continue to lay eggs even if their diet is completely devoid of calcium. When silica (main ingredient of mica) was removed from their diet, they stopped laying eggs. Louis Kervran later developed the full theory of protonization, or biological transmutation that allows all living things to turn silica into calcium and vice versa.
Click here to read the full article Biological Transmutations.
Following this research to its natural conclusion, we must admit that eating dolomite will not make our bones stronger. We need to ingest natural silica in an absorbable form. Another French scientist comes into the picture, Loic Le Ribault. His discovery introduces organic (carbon-bound) silica that has proved to be extremely effective at fixing broken connective tissue bones, cartilage, hair, nails, and even the skin. And would you believe that nerves and skin are closely related? Or that healthy connective tissue is the basis of most functions in your body? The story of Loic Le Ribault reads much like a Grisham novel.
Read the full article Silica for Arthritis: LeRibaults Resistance for better undersatnd of the history and use of methylated silica.
I want to bring it all together for you:
Your existence as a living being is very much dependent on the tiny electrical exchanges that take place inside your cells, and between your cells. These electric events are predicated on the quality of the electrolyte, and that is completely dependent on the minerals dissolved in the fluids. Much like the health of your swimming pool that is related to the TDS values (Total Dissolved Solids), your own inner pool is also critically influenced by the dissolved minerals within. The quality of your life is dictated by the quality of your electrolyte.
If your food is grown in fields that are depleted, and if it is grown with fertilizers that make it grow too fast, what chance do you have of getting enough minerals by eating it?
Correct it, and avoid a broad range of degenerative illnesses.