Minerals, The Lifeblood Of Health
Most with chronic illness have been deeply deficient in minerals for many years — due to heavy detoxification demands, infection, gut dysbiosis, or poor dietary absorption.
A critical component of restoring health is replacing minerals — slowly, steadily, and without creating new imbalances in the process.
Chronic illness and aging is heavily associated with dehydration of the body.
Tissues do not hold as much water as they used to — which means they cannot function as well.
Getting rehydrated means introducing the minerals your body needs — all of them. Sometimes this requires high amounts of certain minerals.
It’s also important to understand that there is a heirarchy of minerals — not all are equally important.
Let’s explore how simple it can be to re-hydrate your body the right way.
The Minerals Chart
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The primary minerals are listed in order of importance — and grouped with their partners by color.
The most important minerals. Supplement daily.
Daily supplementation not recommended — unless deficient.
Only small supplementation needed — unless deficient.
Minerals Are Your Lifeblood
The most important minerals. Needed daily — often in large amounts.