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A Bag of Mineral Water

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The physical body is a moving bag of mineral water. We are approximately 70% water, and the rest is made up of minerals and gases in various combinations.

Diminished levels of 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.

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. Proper nutrients in organic compounds from good foods grown on mineral rich soils and effective supplements, are absolutely essential for the proper functioning of living organisms.

Calcium is the most prevalent mineral in the body and is often quite deficient. At ReallyWell.com we have well-absorbed calcium, as well as ionic magnesium and great sources of iodine and other trace minerals.

Super foods like organic milled flax seed, flower pollen extract and Delicious Greens 8000 offer a outstanding 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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