The human body is a magnificently orchestrated electrical machine. Have you ever wondered how our cells conduct this electricity, transmitting thoughts from the brain into instructions for every cell in the body?
Vitamins do not conduct electricity, neither do amino acids or proteins.
The only nutrient which will conduct electricity through fluid are minerals. Tiny, atom-sized elements that work at the core of each cell instantaneously.
Minerals run every organ in the body, yet are the most overlooked part of our diet. Minerals make your heart beat, your brain think, your lungs pump, your pancreas function, they make bones and new skin and nails. Minerals run the immune system, control insulin and much, much more. When the electricity of life stops being conducted, disease begins to take hold.
I believe trace minerals are the missing link in all health, healing and medicine. The drug companies can't patent trace minerals that occur naturally, so they ignore this basic fact of biochemistry.
I've written an eye-opening book filled with tips and my opinions on how to become robustly healthy, along with common sense facts about the incredible power of ionic minerals that every person should know about – but unfortunately does not.
For example, did you know your heart needs Magnesium and Potassium for every single heartbeat? Potassium contracts the heart and Magnesium relaxes it. Without either of these minerals, you have cardiac arrest. I call these minerals Mother Nature's pacemakers.
Certain areas around the globe, like the Hunza Valley, Okinawa Island and Vilcamba in Ecuador, all have a higher life expectancy than the rest of the world. What is their secret? They all live in areas where trace minerals either flow down from the mountains and fertilize the land where they grow crops, or live along a seashore where they spend time in the ocean, absorbing minerals through their skin.
Trace minerals are missing from today's diet. Factory farms grow crops on soils depleted of nutrients, particularly minerals. Is it any wonder we have an epidemic of diseases that were rare just a century ago? It's all about mineral deficiencies!
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