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Restoring Your Minerals

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Minerals are absolutely essential for the proper functioning of living organisms. Diminished minerals in the soils and our diet is a major reason for health problems.

Mineral deficiency is common due to chemical agriculture and processed food products. Proper mineral nutrients from good soils and super foods and/or well-absorbed supplements are needed to support the body‘s systems. 

The quantity, quality and variety of both minerals and microbes in the soil our food grows in, as well as in the body, have a great bearing on health and longevity. Civilizations have risen and fallen based on failure to maintain healthy soil quality. That is now happening in North America.

Organic minerals are needed from good soils and super foods. If you have the opportunity to grow your own food, building the soil and the life in it are the keys to great success and benefit. Choose organically grown food whenever possible.

Calcium is the most prevalent mineral in the body and is often quite deficient. Most calcium supplements are poorly absorbed. At ReallyWell.com we have amazingly well-absorbed calcium, as well as ionic magnesium and trace minerals.

Ionic minerals are small charged particles the cells can use, found in organic foods and specially prepared supplements.

Super foods like organic milled flax seed, flower pollen extract and Delicious Greens 8000 offer a great variety of minerals and other needed nutrients in easily utilized food form. North Atlantic kelp is an excellent source of trace minerals, including iodine that is essential for the thyroid and the immune system.

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