Ask yourself this: Are you getting enough trace minerals? If the word “trace” didn’t precede “minerals”, then you might be more self-assured in your answer. But the word is there for a reason: trace minerals refer to vital minerals that are needed in small amounts. These elements are absolutely vital to the upkeep of our biological functions, yet we need less than 20 mg of these in a single day. That should speak volumes about the potency and significance of trace minerals. Anyone who wants to be at their healthiest needs to take in the following trace minerals on a daily basis:
Fruits and vegetables may not be as nutritious for us as they once were, according to researchers. The main reason for this is farming methods that strip nutrients from both the soil and the produce itself. The result is reduced amounts of trace minerals in the crops.
BeWellBuzz, March 2016
An apple a day keeps the doctor away and pretty sure the same applies to apple cider vinegar according to latest research. So what’s so special about it?
Maya Wei-Haas, December 17, 2015
The Carbon Mineral Challenge is asking rock enthusiasts around the world to hunt for the undiscovered forms of this common element
Dr Sircus on November 25, 2015
This essay is not about MMS (Magical Mineral Supplement), which I have written about before. MMS is not something that ever attracted me; certainly, it is hard to stand its smell.
On October 15th, the New England Journal of Medicine published a study titled, "Emergency Department Visits for Adverse Events Related to Dietary Supplements."1
Mike Geary, Nov, 13, 2015
These foods, commonly called “healthy” by experts, the media, and even the government, are actually silently harming the health of you and your family.