'Organic’ Vs `Inorganic’ (Metallic Vs Plant Derived)

Plant-derived minerals are totally natural. They are not metallic or man- made and have not been created in a laboratory. And that makes them easier for your body to absorb.

So, when choosing your minerals make sure they are plant derived. Minerals and vitamins are so important to ensure your quality of life and healthy living. They create the network your body needs to ensure your quality of health because each one works closely with each other. A missing mineral or vitamin puts everything out of balance because the body “borrows” what it needs from elsewhere.

Sometime, soon, something has to give and, eventually, a deficiency leads to malfunction, or breakdown. You get ill, look run down, your health suffers and who knows what might happen next.Your health, wellbeing, intelligence, energy, functionality, immune system and your appearance depend on the body replenishing its stocks of plant minerals and vitamins several times every day.

It should never be left to chance.Products that are packed with naturally sourced plant minerals and vitamins will give you everything you need to stay healthy and enjoy the best possible quality of life that you can get by arming your body to cope the very best it can with everything that life throws at it.

Plant derived minerals (which we offer) are 7000 times smaller in size than a bloodcell in our body; Plant Derived Minerals are truly the most efficient way to get your minerals. You can absorb almost 100% of them. Metallic Minerals are massive in size compared to Plant Derived Minerals. To give you a comparison: a red blood cell is 7 microns. A Plant Derived Mineral particle is 0.01 micron (or less): that is 1/7000th the size of a red blood cell, to put that into context that means a plant mineral is around the size of a pin head where as metallic mineral is the size of a football. 
When talking minerals which do you think would be easier for the body to absorb? 
Easy : the smaller plant one ! This means we are able to use the nutrients we need more efficiently and release what we don't. Metallic minerals (man made or fossilised) in incorrect does can be dangerous as they can build up and get stuck in our bodies . We are not designed to be absorbing rocks. Makes sense doesn't it ?

Major Minerals Versus Colloidal Trace Minerals 
The government and the scientific community have grouped minerals into two categories. Those that are considered to be required in our diets in amounts greater than 100 milligrams per day are called major minerals. Those that are considered to be required in our diets in amounts of less than 100 milligrams per day are called trace minerals. 
There are seven major minerals: calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, sulfur, sodium, and chlorine. Our bodies should contain significant amounts of each! Trace minerals, on the other hand, are present in the body in minute amounts. It is thought that each makes up less than one-hundredth of one percent of our body weight.

What is the difference between plant minerals and metallic minerals?

Metallic minerals are metals and are much more difficult to assimilate because they are harder for the human digestive system to dissolve. Minerals like those that come from tomatoes, carrots, apples or Sizzling Minerals were at one time metallic minerals. As the plants grew the metallic minerals passed through the plant roots and through a scientific process known as photosynthesis, the metallic minerals became water-soluble and were broken down in size. This is Mother Nature’s way of converting metallic minerals into a more useable and effective form for human and animal consumption. According to the Colorado School of Mines, a plant mineral (depending on the specific mineral) is hundreds and even thousands of times smaller than a metallic mineral. It is understood that due to the solubility and small size, a plant derived mineral can be more easily assimilated than a metallic mineral.

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