Jul 27 2014

Are Vitamins Impotent Without These Essential Minerals?

Published by at 9:43 am under Minerals

Why are Humic (HA)/Fulvic (FA) Acids so vital to the human body?
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Humic Acid Fulvic Acid

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Are vitamins impotent without these essential minerals?  It is true that within the last 100 years, due to an increase in the awareness of the role of vitamins in nutrition, common vitamin deficiency diseases have been reduced dramatically. However, you should know that vitamins cannot complete their function in the cell’s metabolism without the presence of certain minerals. Fulvic Acids bind scores of minerals and other nutrients breaking them down into the simplest ionic (colloidal) form and making them readily available for use by cells as needed. These trace minerals serve as catalysts to vitamins within the cell. Additionally, Fulvic Acids are the most efficient transporters of vitamins into the cell, itself. *

You should know that vitamins cannot complete their function in the cell’s metabolism without the presence of certain minerals.

 

Further, Fulvic Acids have a most unique messaging relay system that is activated when it comes into contact with living organisms. By sensitizing the cells, they can pass on unique and vital information to the immune system, as well as, assist in activating protection and defense mechanisms that remain with the organism for life, even with just one contact. *

 

Fulvic defined: ~word origin [ful < Old English < full] meaning full of, having the qualities of, characterized by, having the ability or tendency to, apt to alteration, to bend, to change. Fulvic is an extremely complex bioactive yellow organic substance that is the end product of the decomposition of all living matter, with unusual and exceptional qualities and abilities to change, alter, molecularly combine with, or act upon virtually all other organic and inorganic matter.

Fulvic Acids are a highly varied and complex substance reflecting the nature of the plant and animal species of our origin, as well as, the nature of the specific species of microbes responsible for its creation during the humification (decomposition) process. Fulvic Acids consist of extremely complex molecules made up of microbial exudates and highly protective and seemingly immortal plant phytochemicals which are combined and recombined during the humification process; a process requiring digestion by at least three different species and successive generations of appropriate species of microbes, ultimately becoming the most complex natural substance on Earth. Fulvic acids also contains latent solar energy hidden deep within its complex molecular structure which originated from photosynthesis of  plants of origin, which is partly responsible for the most unusual properties and bioactive nature of fulvic acids.

 

Where do Fulvic acids come from?  Ancient vegetation, which is the source of these rare Fulvic acids, has exceptional properties and is normally found deep within mountain ranges throughout the world with elevations from about 5,000-15,000 feet. These humic deposits are exposed by landslides, excavation or road-cutting, and are shielded from today’s common environmental toxins, as they lie well below the surface, making them an idea “life-giving” rich source of essential minerals, trace elements and amino acids.  The ancient Humate matter from which BODY GENESIS™ is derived (mined in the US at around 7000 feet and well below the earth surface) have been analyzed and tested repeatedly, by Universities and Certified Laboratories, and found to be some of the richest in the world.

 

What are Humic substances?  The base root of the word “humin” in the original Greek texts refers to the earth itself – as does the related word “human” meaning being formed of the earth. (The Genesis accounting in the bible refers to man being formed from the “dust of the earth” – or in the Greek text – the HUMIN of the earth.)

 

Humic substances serve as food stock for microorganisms in the soil, which in turn, break them down into smaller units of high energy substances called Fulvic acid. Fulvic acid is a derivative of microbial degradation of humic substances. Microorganisms are essential to this process. If they were to fail to do this job, our lives would cease to exist.

 

BODY GENESIS™ is derived from the same Humic/Fulvic Acids which has served as a food source for the microorganisms within our BODY BIOTICS™ Advance Pre/Probiotics Consortia formula for more than 35 years. Though these trace amounts within our Probiotic are certainly beneficial to consumers, the new concentrated liquid form of Humic/Fulvic Acids is a most perfect companion to BODY BIOTICS™ for enhanced wellbeing and longevity.

 

Wishing you the best in health,

 

Kelli de Sante`

 

PS

If you would like the whole article, please email  Karen and request a copy of the product brochure.

 

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[14] Humin Product Documentation and Technical Information.
Horizon Multiplan LTD, Budapest 1999

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