Jul 13 2014

Are You Mineral Deficient?

Published by at 10:25 am under Minerals

Introducing: BODY GENESIS™ Liquid Plant Minerals
100% Bio-Available—Purely Natural Humic (HA)/ Fulvic (FA) Acids—Organic

Humic Acid Fulvic Acid

Part 1 of 3:

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BODY GENESIS™contains the foremost “life-giving” rich source of essential minerals, trace elements and amino acids found in ancient matter—Humic (HA)/Fulvic (FA) Acids.    No known substances short of oxygen and water are more important to “life, itself” than the ultimate aerobic decomposition biological compound of all living matter.

Why are Humic (HA)/Fulvic (FA) Acids so important?According to a U.S. Senate study, 99% of all American are deficient in mineral and trace elements.  (Document No. 264 states “…most of us today are suffering from certain dangerous diet deficiencies, which cannot be remedied until the depleted soils from which our foods come are brought into proper mineral balance…”(1) *

However, there are two major “life functions” which cannot be duplicated by man, namely, Photosynthesis and Humification. Therefore, we must look to nature and Humic/Fulvic Acids for these “life-giving” resources.   

Scientists have identified, at least, 90 vital nutrients which must be continuously supplied to the body to sustain health and wellbeing. These nutrients include amino acids, major and trace minerals, vitamins and other nutritional factors. When these factors are supplied to our cells, the cells then create the building blocks for the total metabolic machinery of our life processes. The very complex processes of all metabolic functions are carried on within the cell. If we fail to supply the cell with these essential nutrients we will experience a breakdown of these functions. When this breakdown is substantial enough, we have the onset of disease or the manifestation of some related defect. Substantial deficiencies in these essential nutrients is a common factor to every degenerative disease we experience. *

Fulvic acids enter into all life processes.  Despite the fact that thousand of papers relative to Fulvic acids and their effect on living matter have been published by scientists around the world, knowledge of Fulvic acids has primarily been confined to the scientific community due to the difficulty in producing and commercializes these substances.  This research shows that Humic/Fulvic acids help to: [2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14}

• supply vital electrolytes, *

• increase the oxygen-carrying capacity of the blood, *

• catalyze enzyme reactions, *

• stimulate metabolism, *

• increased cellular energy, *

• accelerate cellular respiration, *

• act as free-radical scavengers, *

enhance and transport nutrients, *

• Restore electrical balance to damaged cells, *

• make water wetter, *

• increase assimilation,

• uptake essential major and trace elements making them organic,

• react with or bind to specific mutagens (heavy metals and environmental toxins) to break them down to the point where they become neutralized,

• demonstrate amazing capacity for electro-chemical balance.


Join us next week for part two of the Humic [HC]/Fulvic [FC] Series.


Wishing you the best in health,


Kelli de Sante`




[1] Unabridged Excerpt from Senate Doc. No. 264, 1936,
74th Congress, 2nd Session

[2] Frimmel, F.H. and R.F. Christman, eds. Humin Substances and Their Role in the
Environment. 1st ed. Vol. 1. 1988. Wiley-Interscience Publication: New York.

[3] Lind, Y. and A.W. Glynn, The Influence of Humic Substances on the

Absorption and Distribution of Cadmium on Mice. Pharmacology and Toxicology, 1999. 84: p. 267-273

[4] Visser, S.A. Effect of Humic Substances on Mitochondrial Respiration and
Oxidative Phosphorylation. The Science of the Total Environmen t. 1987, 62: p. 347-354.

[5] Principles of BioChemistry. 2nd edition., A. Lehninger, D. Nelson, and

M. Cox. 1993, New York, Worth Publishers.

[6] Shils, O., and Shike, ed. Modern Nutrition in Health and Disease, 8th

Ed., Vol. 2. 1994, Williams and Wilkin: Baltimore.

[7] Hudak, A., et al., Effect of the consumption of humic acid with bound complex micro elements
in cases of occupational cadmium exposure. Central European Journal of Occupational and
Environmental Medicine, 1997. 3(3): p. 175-186.

[8]Shauss, A., Minerals, Trace Elements, and Human Health. 3rd Ed. 1998, Tacoma: AIBR Press

[9] Shankel, D.M., et al., Extracellular Interception of Mutagens. Basic

Life  Science, 1993. 61: p. 65-74.

[10] Sato, Tl, et al., Adsorption of mutagens by humic acid. The Science

of the Total Environment, 1987, 62: p. 305-310.

[11] Mineralab, Il, A Clinician’s Guide to Toxic Metals, 1979: Hayward.

[12] Klocking, H. P., Influence of natural humic acids and synthetic phenolic polymers on
haemostasis. Archives of Toxicology, 1991, suppl 14:p 166-169

[13] Riede, U.N. et al., Humate-induced activation of human granulocytes.

Virchows Archiv B Cell Pathol, 1991, 60: p. 27-34.

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

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