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Minerals are the most important foundation of physical health.
Minerals are the most important component of a solid nutritional program focused on
creating maximum health. 
michael king


Most of America's agricultural land was documented to be depleted of the majority of essential minerals and nutrients as early as the 1930's? Senate document no. 264 of the 74th congress, second session, 1936, states:

“…Commercially grown food today has almost no nutritional value. The fruits, vegetables, and grains we eat today are starving us to death; no man of today can eat enough fruits and vegetables to supply his body with the minerals he requires to stay healthy.”

Have not you noticed the rapid rise in health complaints in America?  People blindly line up like sheep to get meds... never bothering to question anything that comes out of the mouth of someone wearing a lab coat.  This rapid rise is traced directly to mineral deficiencies!  Minerals, trace minerals and M-state elements in maintaining health is, was and will always be paramount to physical health?

The Building Blocks of DNA and RNA

The Periodic Table of 117 Elements form the basic building blocks of Nature. They are the physical foundations of both basic and complex forms of matter. Our DNA and RNA are built solely of just a few of these elements -- phosphate, carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen.

Varying combinations of just four of the five elements -- carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen, are used to construct the amino acid chains that form our DNA and RNA. Phosphate, in combination with a sugar made up of these same four elements, form the structural spiral that holds the various chains of amino acids together. Amino acids form the basis of proteins which in turn build a cell.

Know this: that a single cell (which is less than a millimeter long) contains two meters of DNA!

Proteins, chromosomes, genes, cells, tissues, organs, glands and bone are further developments of the DNA. They are built by forming more complex structures using additional elements of the Periodic Chart.

 Our body is a highly developed combination of the Period Table of Elements.  Know this that if our body were to be in short supply of one or more of these basic elements, particularly the 5 basic building blocks of the DNA,  then basic body functions could and would begin to deteriorate?


There are 117 known elements related to the Periodic Table, of which 94 are comonly found on the earth. Minerals are typically either pure forms, or combinations of, the 94 common elements. There are over 4,000 minerals known to exist, with more being discovered all the time

Minerals are recognized as essential to the construction and performance of thousands of chemical, hormonal and enzymatic processes in the body. Silica, the most essential macro mineral, for example, is required for all connective tissue development. Silica is also required to make other minerals more bioavailable.

Without a sufficient supply of minerals, the body is limited in its ability to manufacture these essential body builders and regulators. To not supply the body with an adequate stock of bioavailable minerals is like asking a mason to build a brick wall without providing the bricks. Bring the bricks on site and the building of the wall can begin. Stock the body with an adequate supply of minerals, then thousands of biological processes can move forward with ease and efficiency. The body will simply clean house and heal itself.

Minerals are THE most important foundation of physical health. Make no mistake that in America today foods are grown in mineral - deficient soils on factory farms where the main goal is to produce high quantity rather than high quality food...
The America lifestyle with it's fast pace and highly processed fast foods ... we no longer get the basic nutrition to stay well nor do many of us even know what healthy is.  Modern technology has educated most of us into ignorance and advertised the others into weakness.  


Minerals are the building blocks of the physical being. Vitamins are merely combinations of minerals. Lacking vitamins, the human body can make some use of individual minerals, but lacking minerals, vitamins can be neither manufactured nor utilized. As stated before, minerals are involved in the construction and functioning of not only vitamins, but also of DNA, RNA, genes, amino acids, proteins, hormones, enzymes, and all organs of the body as well. Every metabolic function of the body uses minerals in some manner.

Here are a few examples of the more commonly known functions of minerals in the body:

  • The mineral phosphorus is the gatekeeper that allows nutrients through the cell membranes and into every cell of the body. Phosphorus is also the gatekeeper that allows toxins to leave the cells during detoxification. Phosphorus is essential to regulating the rhythm of the heart and is involved in virtually all physiological chemical reactions.
  • Calcium and magnesium are utilized in the contraction and relaxation of muscles. Calcium is also essential to the delivery of electrical signals throughout the entire nervous system
  • Silica is utilized in the elimination of heavy metals (especially aluminum) from the system. Silica is also required to build bone, cartilage, connective tissues and to develop healthier hair, skin, nails and arterial walls. Silica is central to inhibiting the aging process and improving skin elasticity.
  • Copper is involved in energy production, as well as hair and skin coloration.
  • Sodium is essential to maintaining normal fluid balance, as well as normal muscle & speech coordination. Sodium is also essential to maintaining normal alkalinity in the body.
  • Manganese is utilized in the proper digestion and assimilation of food, balancing blood sugar levels, increasing protein and fat metabolism, regulating thyroid hormone production, and is involved in numerous enzyme systems.
  • Chromium and vanadium are primary minerals in the the balancing of blood sugar levels and the metabolism of fat. Chromium is also involved in the reduction of clogged arteries.
  • Iron is essential to carrying oxygen into every cell of the body.
  • Boron is vital in the utilization of energy derived from fats and sugars.
  • Potassium & calcium are central to the regulation of heart rate and blood pressure.
  • Magnesium is foundational to converting blood sugars into calm, sustained energy, burning fat, maintaining normal heart rhythm, blood pressure, strong tooth enamel, and a positive mental attitude.
  • M-state elements are the smallest version of pure source minerals, smaller than both colloidal and ionic. M-state elements include monatomic (single atom) and/or diatomic (double atom) forms of an element. Elements commonly found in the m-state are gold, silver, rhodium, iridium, indium, platinum, iron, and copper. I suspect the entire Periodic Chart of Elements can be found naturally in the M-state, but only a few have actually been discovered. M-state elements, particularly rhodium & iridium, are believed to make up a significant portion of the brain (possibly as much as 5% or more) and are likely to be involved in a vast array of brain functions including cognitive ability, intelligence, emotional development, memory, melatonin production and the regulation of sleep, immune enhancement, Human Growth Hormone (HGH) production, tissue regeneration, DNA patterning, and the extension of youthfulness.

  • Minerals are vital to overall mental and emotional health, physical vitality, a balanced sense of well being, and the maintenance of health at every level from the very construction of the DNA, to the development of hormones, enzymes, amino acids, proteins, organs, bone, and skin, to the regulation of every metabolic function of the body.

Proper Mineral Ratios

It is very important to get the fullest spectrum of 94 basic mineral elements in the body -- and not just the full spectrum, but a spectrum that is balanced and proportioned by Nature. Proper mineral ratios are the key to effective utilization of minerals. Too much calcium, for example, leads to magnesium deficiencies, even if adequate magnesium levels exists in the bloodstream. Calcium and magnesium are antagonists to each other (cancel each other out), and must coexist in a specific ratio to be most effective. The same is true of almost all other minerals. They depend on each other according to very exact ratios, ratios which will vary from person to person, from plant to plant, from soil to soil.

When minerals have been formed, balanced and proportioned by Nature, the body, (also a natural organism), can utilize the nutrients efficiently and draw from them what it needs most in the moment. Isolated nutrients, or laboratory concocted designer combinations of minerals, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, etc. are more likely to throw off the body's very delicate balance, causing greater problems in the long run. More often than not, due to their inherent incompleteness, these imbalanced combinations will fail to solve the underlying cause of a problem, which is often, at the physiological level, just a nutrient deficiency or improper ratio. Give the body a buffet banquet of all the wholesome natural resources it could ever desire, designed and proportioned by the great wisdom of Nature, and let the body, in its own natural wisdom, select what, and how much, it really needs.

Nature knows best when it comes to designing the proper ratios. Whole mineral sources, unheated and unaltered, are the most trustworthy sources of complete mineral nutrition. Clays, seaweeds, full spectrum mineral salts himilyian and celtic sea salt etc.), humic and fulvic acids, mineral rich herbs (nettles, alfalfa, horsetail, etc. are some of Nature's best mineral and nutritional resources. In their whole forms they give you  the very best that Mother Nature has to offer.

adapted from michael king

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