Minerals

 
   

An introduction to potassium and why it is essential for our bodies

Potassium is an essential mineral whose ions are vital for the functioning of all living cells. It accumulates in plant cells, meaning that many fresh vegetables and fruit - most famously bananas - are rich in it. Dissolved potassium is also found in sea vegetables such as kelp, bladderwrack and kombu, since seawater is approximately 0.04 percent potassium by weight.

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  Exceptional Botanical Kills 98% of Cancer Cells in Under 24 Hours  

Exceptional Botanical Kills 98% of Cancer Cells in Under 24 Hours
The same herb frequently eaten as salad in Asia has been shown to destroy cancer cells — without harming healthy tissue. Researchers at the University of Washington have created a compound based on traditional Chinese medicine that is 1,200 times more effective in killing malignant cells than chemotherapy drugs. Combined with iron, the herb selectively targets cancerous cells and has proven to be a powerful tool in combating the disease. Tomikazu Sasaki, senior author of the study and chemistry professor at the University of Washington, describes the compound as “… a special agent planting a bomb inside the [cancer] cell.”

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Magnesium and Detoxification

Without sufficient magnesium the body struggles to make and utilise protein and enzymes. It is also unable to properly methylate and detoxify and/or process and utilise anti-oxidants like vitamin C and E.

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Maintaining proper magnesium levels lower diabetes risk by 37%

Sufficient magnesium intake may help deter the onset of diabetes, particularly in those exhibiting precursor symptoms, according to a new study conducted by researchers at Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts.

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  Sulfur: The Critical Nutrient You May Be Lacking   Sulfur: The Critical Nutrient You May Be Lacking

Linus Pauling, a Nobel Prize winning researcher, believed that all modern disease can be traced to nutritional mineral deficiencies. With our soils depleted of these valuable nutrients through conventional farming and the lavish use of chemical fertilisers over the last sixty years, is it any wonder that the rate of disease has exploded?

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