Minerals, Explained

Minerals Are The Lifeblood Of Health

Most with chronic illness have been deeply deficient in minerals for many years — due to heavy detoxification demands, infection, or poor dietary absorption.

A critical component of restoring health is replacing minerals — slowly, steadily, and without creating new imbalances in the process.

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Minerals

B-Vitamins

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1 — The Chart
2 — Minerals Are Your Lifeblood
3 — 1st Four
4 — Sodium-Potassium
5 — Calcium-Magnesium
6 — 2nd Four
7 — Zinc-Copper
8 — Iodine-Selenium
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The Minerals Chart

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The primary minerals are listed in order of importance — and grouped with their partners by color.

1st FOUR

The most important minerals. Supplement daily.

2nd FOUR

Daily supplementation not recommended — unless deficient.

Last FOUR

Only small supplementation needed — unless deficient.

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Minerals Are Your Lifeblood

Liver Detoxification

Both Phase I & II of liver dotoxification require adequate minerals.

HEALTHY bones

Calcium must be balanced with other minerals for optimal strength.

Energy metabolism

Proper metabolism requires proper mineral intake.

Hormone production

Hormones are the powerhouse of our biology. Minerals make them go.

gut health
gut health

Minerals fight infection and maintain fluid balance in the gut, allowing for proper bowel movements.

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