Dr Carey A. Reams, biophysicist and biochemist, found that the human body requires 84 of the basic elements (out of the 106 elements) to maintain good health. A small percentage of these elements
are received directly from the air and sunlight. The remaining come from plants and animals which process minerals into a colloidal form that the human body can assimilate and use.
Due to depleted soils these vital minerals, and especially the important trace minerals, have practically disappeared from the entire food chain. The cumulative deficiencies of minerals, especially rare trace minerals are the largest cause of physical problems of aging.
What is a “Colloidal” & “Rare Trace Mineral” ?
Colloidals are larger than a molecule, but small enough that they remain suspended in a fluid without settling to the bottom. Plants convert metallic minerals into a colloidal. Metallic minerals originate in the soil and rocks and are transferred to the plant through a process called photosynthesis; making them colloidal. They have a negative charge and are the smallest particles that matter of matter that can be divided while still maintaining its individual characteristics. Colloidal minerals are non-toxic because of their plant source and negative electrical charge.
Trace Minerals are those which have been found to be essential to maintaining life, even though they are needed in the body in very trace amounts. Most multiple mineral formulas include the major mineral elements required by the body, but not all of the trace minerals.
Did You Know?
Every metabolic function of the body, including digestion and absorption of the food we eat, depends on enzymes. All of our cellular functions are actually initiated by enzymes, and are necessary for our vitality and immunity. The public spends millions of dollars on vitamins and enzymes, but lacking minerals, both are useless
- Enzymes are only produced in the presence of colloidal trace minerals. Minerals are the catalyst that make enzymes function.
- Trace minerals are an essential part of hormone structures and help regulate hormonal activity of the entire endocrine system.
- Food, drugs, herbs, and vitamins cannot function unless minerals are present. This makes minerals more important in nutrition than vitamins.
- Colloidal minerals reduce stress and nutritional fatigue at a cellular level.
- Colloidal rare trace minerals are the essential sparks of life that generate and maintain electrical production in our bodies. Our bodies are dependent on the minerals for its tens of thousands of biochemical functions.
- These nutrients must be constantly replaced.
To learn more about Colloidal & Trace Minerals, here are some educational articles: