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The Power of Vitamins and Minerals

The greatest law of the human biology is replenishment. By supplying our body each day with the elements of which it's composed, we can attain complete health providing due attention is given to exercise, our mental health and well being.

Health is the indisputable foundation for the indemnification of life.  Our bodies are made up of many atomic elements. The principle ones are:
        Oxygen Calcium Sodium Chlorine
        Carbon Phosphorus Magnesium Fluorine
        Hydrogen Potassium Iron Silicone
        Nitrogen Sulphur Iodine Manganese

If our bloodstream, organs, glands, tissues, cells, and the rest of the human biology do not contain these elements in their proper proportion, we are living in a state of decadent existence. We not only die prematurely, we suffer along the way.

Every part comprising the human biology is composed of microscopic cells containing the various elements mentioned above. These cells are continuously being used up in the course of human existence and must constantly be replenished to be rebuilt.

A diet consisting, exhaustively, of cooked devitalized foods, inevitably results in the demise of these cells, creating disease.
Amazingly, it was all the way back in 1936 when we received an official warning. US Senate Document #264 published by The Second Session of the 74th Congress provided the following statements:

"Do you know that most of us today are suffering from certain dangerous diet deficiencies which can not be remedied until the depleted soil from which our foods come are brought into proper mineral balance?"

"The alarming fact is that foods  fruits and vegetables and grains, now being raised on millions of acres of land that no longer contains enough of certain needed minerals, are starving us  no matter how much of them we eat."

"Laboratory tests prove that the fruits and vegetables, grains, eggs and even the milk and meats of today are not what they were a few generations ago."

"No man could eat enough fruits and vegetables to supply his stomach with the mineral salts he requires for perfect health, because his stomach isn't big enough."

"It is bad news to learn from our leading authorities that 99% of the American public are deficient these minerals, and that a marked deficiency in any one of the more important minerals actually results in disease."

"Any upset of the balance, any considerable lack of one or another element, however microscopic the body requirement might be, and we sicken, suffer, and shorten our lives".

The mineral content of the earth's soil continues to deteriorate at an ever accelerating pace as a result of world over population, and mass farming.

If people depend totally on a so called "balanced diet" for the required minerals of which the human biology is composed of, proper health cannot be obtained unless there is some kind of supplementaton.

Food grown on depleted soil is no longer adequate. Supplementation in this highly processed day and age is an absolute must, especially for fitness oriented individuals.

In fact, exercise without supplementation is extremely detrimental to our health. Athletes sweat out more minerals in 5 years than a sedinentary individual does in 75 years.

The muscles of the body actually depend heavily on the vitamins, minerals as well as on the other nutrients that we take in so as to ensure that they’re always well taken care of.
Several vitamins and minerals actually work synergistically in keeping us fit and having stronger muscles.

Vitamin B and C, Potassium, magnesium, calcium and phosphorus are all examples of vitamins and minerals which work together in making sure that our muscles are able to contract smoothly and effectively, as they should. This is, of course, essential to keeping the heart beating in a regular and efficient fashion. It is also important to take note that while the heart is the most important muscle in the body, each and every muscle in a person’s body deserves to be treated with equal importance and care since they work as a group and their health is critical to our longevity.

Our human genetic potential includes a life free of disease with a longevity potential of 120 to 140 years. To do such would require all 90 nutrients, which includes 60 essential minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 essential amino acids and 3 essential fatty acids.

Due to the lack of attention to the basics of the human biology we fall short of our genetic potential. Do not consider it an expense for the purchase of vitamin and mineral supplementation, but rather consider it an investment in your bank of health and one of most poweful tools in the prevention of disease.

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