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PHIL SCHAEFER   My Press Releases

MINERALS From PLANTS are MORE Important.

Published on 11/28/2017
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Ever since humans have been roaming the Earth, Plant foods have been the dietary source of minerals, until recently.  Compared to 1940, the decline in nutrients in our food, particularly minerals is dramatic: 16 to 76 percent less in vegetables and 15 to 29 percent less in fruits, according to data recently presented at a scientific conference, Clinical Applications for Age Management Medicine, by Arden Andersen, DO, PhD.
An integrative physician in private practice, Andersen is also a highly respected expert in soil and crop management.  Why are vegetables more depleted than fruits? " Because vegetables are typically annuals, they don't have as big a root system.  Fruits are perennials that are on a tree," he explains. "Trees have a much bigger and deeper root system, so they're able to excavate more nutrients than a vegetable."
The underlying problem is mineral-depleted soil, mostly as a result of industrial agriculture with chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides.  Although minerals can be replaced in the soil, this isn't typical farming practice today.

Why Minerals from Plants?

We need more than 70 trace minerals, "Trace" literally meaning tiny amounts. "The whole combination is necessary for proper function of the human body," says Dean.  Their source also matters.  Although minerals come from rock of one sort or another, the human body isn't designed to absorb nutrients from rocks,  Dean points out. Mineral-rich plants have been our traditional source. "Getting all those nutrients in the way that they originally appeared in nature is one way to compensate for the lack of what should be there in today's food," she says. "Not only in terms of the variety and combination of minerals, but equally important, their Bioavailability."
When Trace minerals meet these criteria, they can effectively do their job.  "They go into the cells and they pull water behind them," explains Dean. "This serves the function of hundreds and thousands of metabolic processes, and it keeps the cells hydrated."
As an example of how a deficiency can cause harm, the thyroid requires a combination of six minerals: Magnesium, Selenium, Iodine, Manganese, Molybdenum, and Zinc, And some Copper is needed to maintain a balance with zinc.
"If you don't get them in some form, then your thyroid slows down and your whole metabolism slows down,"... Your temperature gets lower, you become susceptible to infections and yeast overgrowth ... I mean, it triggers such an avalanche of chaos.
Here's a great way to get your daily dose of essential trace minerals

PREVENTION is The New HEALTH CARE Reform* and this represents some Real ECONOMIC Reform* as well in today's J.O.B. Market (Just over Broke). 

I look forward to working with you soon.  Let's Collaborate.

Thanks for your time.

Phil Schaefer - Your Global Marketing Assistant
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