The 15 Minerals That Are Best for the Body

Every organ in the body needs minerals. Some organs require a different variety, but they all need minerals to function at their best. Clays and powdered minerals (not in hard pill form) supply all the necessary minerals, and they come from the earth in a natural form. The great thing about clay is that it not only supplies minerals, but also helps remove toxins at the same time.

Minerals help all other nutrients get absorbed.

The most important aspect of minerals or nutrients is that they need the help of other minerals or nutrients to do their jobs. Taking calcium, for example, by itself can actually do more harm than good. That is one of the most important, over-looked aspects of minerals. Taking any mineral by itself will not achieve the results you are looking for. For instance, calcium needs magnesium in order to be absorbed into the body.

The medical world does not fully understand the complexity of the affects each mineral or nutrient has on one another. Vitamins work the same way. Researchers have a basic idea, but there is still plenty of unknown. It is best to get everything you need from plants, but the growing practices of the commercial world make this impossible. That is where sacred clay and ancient minerals come into play. Both are natural products from the earth.

Caffeine can actually slow down absorption in the stomach. So, back away from heavy caffeine consumption.

There are 15 essential elements that plants must have in order to grow properly.

15 Essential Nutrients

  • Nutrient elements obtained from the atmosphere through photosynthesis:
    • Hydrogen
    • Carbon
    • Oxygen
  • Nutrient elements obtained from the soil:
    • Nitrogen
    • Phosphorus
    • Potassium
    • Sulfur
    • Magnesium
    • Calcium
    • Iron
    • Boron
    • Manganese
    • Zinc
    • Molybdenum
    • Copper

There is a reason plants have multiple nutrients available. They work together.

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