Understanding Zeta Potential and Plant Derived Minerals

I remember hearing about the experiences of a Harley street doctor before sharing the benefits of Plant Derived minerals wanted to look at his own blood. This is shown in the slide below. After all given the opportunity we all like to really understand and possibly learn from personal experience, I certainly decided to take the minerals before I started recommending them.

I didn't have the opportunity not being a doctor to look at my own blood but did have the opportunity to read up about Zeta Potential to gain a little understanding (see article below) . My own personal experience leads me to share that over the last many years I have personally had many blood tests. Until I started taking minerals I was often told by either Nurses or Phlebotomists that I was difficult to get blood from and would observe it was dark and thick (if I could bear to look!) but now it's free flowing (I always have to apply pressure after giving blood and a plaster) and my blood is redder and faster flowing - Is that because of minerals and Zeta potenial I wonder?

Here is a copy of what I read in 2015. I'm sharing with you today and encourage you explore what this might mean for you. 


One of the most exciting and beneficial qualities of Plant Derived Minerals is that they contain a negative charge. These negatively charged particles are called ‘anions’ and they are referred to as having a negative Zeta Potential.

When tiny minerals or organic particles (colloids) are suspended in a fluid the negative ionic charge around the colloid is what maintains dispersion of the particles of the suspension.

In the blood, the amount of the suspended particles, the pH (acid levels) and the mix of positive and negative ions determines the flow characteristics of the blood.

No flow means congestion. If the Zeta potential is low then toxins cannot be suspended for elimination and nutrients cannot be suspended for transport to the cells.

Why is this so important you may say? Cooked and processed foods and many of the toxic poisons our bodies are exposed to today have a low zeta potential. This causes the blood to ‘sludge’. This can precipitate blood clots, cardiovascular and renal disease.

It is interesting to note that we see the power of Zeta Potential in every day life. Washing Up liquid has Anionic Surfactants (ingredients with a negative Zeta Potential) in it. This helps disperse the dirt on plates. Just think that Sizzling Minerals have the power to disperse toxins and keep the blood from clogging up.

Today a bigger proportion of the population will die from cardiovascular disease a condition practically unheard of 100 years ago. So what has happened in the last century to cause this?

: Processing of foods
: Unnatural farming practices using Cationic positive Zeta Potential herbicides
and pesticides
: Chlorination
: Cationic aluminium in water processing and cans
: Cationic chemicals as preservatives and additives
: Increased cooked animal protein
: Consumption of heated polyunsaturated and trans-fats
: De-mineralisation of soil and foods

All of these practices result in a reduced zeta potential and hence an increased tendency for blood to become sticky and ‘sludge’ like.

It is thought that regular consumption of our plant derived minerals either as Sizzling Minerals or Powdered Minerals could give you a ‘Zeta Advantage’. This may help your blood stay more fluid and less likely to sludge. It may also aid in keeping the arteries clean and prevent clogging of the kidneys. It is of course wise and prudent to eliminate as many of the harmful practices listed above from your diet. Sometimes it’s the areas of benefit that you don’t or are unable to see that can be the most significant in our quest towards improved health.

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Article source Simply Naturals website 2015.

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