Ionic Minerals with Acai
Ionic Minerals with Acai provides 70 charged trace minerals that are ready for absorption. Trace minerals are vital for daily body maintenance and nightly rebuilding processes. This product also contains Acai berry concentrate, which provides potent antioxidants and other key ingredients, while imparting a delicious natural flavor.
Ionic minerals are easily and quickly absorbed and taken into the cells that line the intestinal tract. Minerals are readily employed in the body’s many physiological activities, including nutrient transport, enzyme reactions, metabolism, and immune system support. Ionic minerals also play an important role in supporting a healthy pH balance.
The minerals in Ionic Minerals with Acai come from ancient plant deposits in central Utah and provide a natural balance of essential minerals. These minerals are in a colloidal state, which means they are in liquid suspension and are more readily available for assimilation by the body. Ionic Minerals with Acai tastes good because of the Acai berries and a small amount of natural flavoring. No sugar is used because sugar may interact with some minerals and decrease their absorption into the body.
Minerals play an integral role in proper body functioning. Minerals are extremely important in drawing substances into and out of cells, maintaining a delicate internal water balance needed for all mental and physical processes, stimulating the hormonal secretion of glands, and causing the nervous system to send commands to all parts of the body. Most people don’t get enough minerals in the foods they eat. Over used soil and fertilization can lead to imbalances in the mineral profile of soils and plants. Furthermore, animals may over-graze an area or eat a diet low in minerals, which can also lead to mineral deficiency. Even certain types of food preparation can result in decreased mineral content.
Mineral imbalances often result in illness. Too much zinc, for example, can deplete the body’s copper reserves, while too much calcium affects the body’s absorption of magnesium. Most minerals have interrelated functions in the body. Too much or too little of one mineral will affect other minerals within the body. The recommended serving of Ionic Minerals with Acai ensures the correct ratios and potency of the minerals in the formula. It provides essential minerals in optimal balance. Many of these minerals are particularly useful in strengthening bones and teeth. In addition, they keep the skeletal tissues strong and help prevent osteoporosis.
Here is a breakdown of the minerals and other ingredients in this formula:
Fulvic acid supplies electrolytes, enhances nutrient transport, catalyzes enzyme reactions, increases assimilation, and helps rebuild the immune system.
Boron is essential for absorbing calcium in the bones and may prevent post-menopausal osteoporosis.
Calcium aids in the growth and repair of bones and teeth. It may also prevent osteoporosis and high blood pressure. In addition, this mineral reduces insomnia and stimulates muscle growth.
Manganese keeps the skeletal and connective tissues strong. It is also important because of its role in changing glucose into energy.
Silicon participates in many vital bodily functions such as initiation of bone calcification. It also promotes healthy hair, skin, nails, cellular walls and connective tissue and plays certain metabolic roles in essential body functions.
Sulfur provides strength and luster for hair and nails. This important mineral is also vital to protein absorption because it makes up part of many major amino acids.
Vanadium deficiency causes bone abnormalities and higher concentrations of cholesterol in the plasma. Proper amounts of vanadium may inhibit cholesterol formation, especially in the elderly. In addition, this mineral helps to keep metabolism on an even level.
Some of these essential minerals are important in promoting a healthy immune system.
Germanium works to improve cellular oxygenation which helps the body fight pain, keep the immune system functioning properly, and rid itself of toxins and poisons.
Iron is important in preventing anemia. It aids the body in fighting against bacteria and is needed for a healthy immune system. Further, iron is involved in keeping a balanced body temperature. It may also be important to healthy behavior and learning in children.
Selenium protects the body from free radicals by neutralizing toxic chemicals and damaging toxins. It also stimulates the immune system.
Silver deficiencies often correlate to immune deficiencies. In colloidal form, silver disables the enzyme that one-celled bacteria, fungi and viruses use for oxygen metabolism. This mineral is an important antibacterial agent and infection fighter.
Zinc is a vital mineral in DNA and RNA formation. It may also be important in promoting healthy sight, healing and fertility. Zinc is also essential for the activation of over 200 enzymes within the body and is vital to both growth and healthy immune system functioning.
Many of these minerals are vital in providing the body with proper amounts of energy and stimulating growth.
Cesium has important links to the body’s energy levels and to brain functioning. It is also used by some as a cancer preventive.
Phosphorus is necessary for the body’s absorption of B-complex vitamins. It aids in cell division and reproduction and provides energy for the body. In addition, phosphorus may prevent dental problems.
Potassium assists in muscle contraction and in maintaining fluid and electrolyte balance in body cells. It is important in sending nerve impulses as well as in releasing energy from protein, fat and carbohydrates during metabolism.
Tin is important for growth, hearing, hair growth and nervous system functioning. Tin deficiency may result in depressed growth.
The heart and blood are also affected by various essential minerals. A proper balance of these minerals may not only promote healthy living, but also reduce risks of certain diseases.
Chromium balances blood sugar levels and may prevent diabetes and arteriosclerosis. It also decreases cholesterol levels in the blood.
Cobalt is a vital part of Vitamin B12. It is important for function and maintenance of body cells and is essential for adequate red blood cell formation.
Magnesium is necessary in helping to keep the heartbeat regular and the blood pressure low. Without magnesium, calcium may not be efficiently absorbed by the body. Magnesium also helps those who suffer from migraines, nervous tension and PMS.
Molybdenum is critical for mobilization of iron reserves from the liver and for regulation of blood fat levels.
A healthy nervous system is vital to everyone. Certain minerals are beneficial to the functioning of this system.
Lithium is involved in sodium metabolism and its transportation in nerves and muscles. This mineral is further associated with the functioning of the autonomic or involuntary nervous system.
Sodium aids in the transmission of nerve impulses. It is also important in maintaining the health of the cell fluid and essential for proper function of the adrenal glands. Sodium prevents calcium and other minerals from causing clots in the capillaries. In addition, the body’s absorption of iron depends on sodium.
Acai berry concentrate provides valuable antioxidants, amino acids, anthocyanins and essential fatty acids.
In addition to the previously mentioned minerals, Ionic Minerals with Acai contains: Aluminum, Antimony, Barium, Beryllium, Bismuth, Cerium, Dysprosium, Erbium, Europium, Gadolinium, Gallium, Gold, Hafnium, Holmium, Iodide, Indium, Iridium, Lanthanum, Lithium, Lutetium, Neodymium, Nickel, Niobium, Osmium, Palladium, Platinum, Praseodymium, Rhenium, Rhodium, Rubidium, Ruthenium, Samarium, Scandium, Sodium, Strontium, Tantalum, Tellurium, Terbium, Thallium, Thorium, Thulium, Titanium, Tungsten, Ytterbium, Yttrium, and Zirconium.
It is recommended to take one tablespoon of Ionic Minerals with Acai with a meal twice daily.
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