Organic vs. Inorganic Minerals
A huge argument has always been that minerals, such as lead, aluminum and arsenic, are toxic and should not be consumed. Truth be told, any mineral in its inorganic state, even calcium, could be toxic. Inorganic means the mineral is derived from rocks, clays or seabed, which the body cannot break down. However, organic minerals, derived from plant sources, are able to metabolize the negative charge from the soil and, through photosynthesis, alter the electrical currency of the mineral and create a natural negative charge. The now natural negative charge of the plant is drawn to the positive electrical charge in the human body; delivering essential minerals safely and efficiently. EndFragment
StartFragmentOur bodies need a steady stream of minerals, many in trace amounts, to function properly. Plant Derived Minerals are liquid concentrates containing up to 77 minerals from prehistoric plants in their unaltered colloidal form.
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