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Tikun OrmusTikun Ormus - The Benefit of Minerals

Most people are mineral deficient.

The food that we are eating has almost exhausted many farms of their mineral wealth and now a large majority of farmed produce is simply grown to look green using Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium (NPK).

The Most Glaring Observation

The most glaring observation you will notice if you read about minerals for human consumption is that most of these work together.

This means that taking 1 mineral is often a waste of money because it needs 1 or more other minerals, working symbiotically, in order for us to get the most value from these minerals we consume.

Dangerous Precedent

Good health is the essence of life. If you do not have your health, life can be extremely miserable.

Because the food we eat is lower in minerals and overall nutrition, we are trending to eat more and more which means that we put on weight and go for "quick fix meals" such as sugar based snacks (ie chocolates etc).

Most people do not know that SUGAR acidifies the blood and by doing so, it causes the calcium in our bodies to dissolve. This is not a good thing.

Acidifed blood has also been linked to some cancers. (Raymond Rife et al)

These sugars (etc) include most sweet things that we take for granted these days. Such as...

  • Soft Drinks / Sodas
  • Cakes
  • Ice Cream (especially bad)
  • Corn Syrup
  • White Sugar
  • Processed foods with white sugar added (such as fruit etc)

This Blood Acidification can be extra bad especially for women after menopause who often have enough problems with their bones as it is.

FURTHER INFO


Mineral
Sodium (removed ***)

Function

Needed for proper fluid balance, nerve transmission, and muscle contraction.

Sources

Table salt, soy sauce; large amounts in processed foods; small amounts in milk, breads, vegetables, and unprocessed meats.

Chloride

Function

Needed for proper fluid balance, stomach acid.

WARNING: TABLE SALT: Refined table salt is approximately 97% sodium chloride. It is toxic and dangerous to your health as any honest doctor will tell you.

ROCK SALT or SEA SALT is much healthier for you.

Sources

Table salt, soy sauce; large amounts in processed foods; small amounts in milk, meats, breads, and vegetables.

Potassium

Function

Needed for proper fluid balance, nerve transmission, and muscle contraction.

Sources

Meats, milk, fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, legumes.

Calcium

Function

Important for healthy bones and teeth; helps muscles relax and contract; important in nerve functioning, blood clotting, blood pressure regulation, immune system health.

Sources

Milk and milk products; canned fish with bones (salmon, sardines); fortified tofu and fortified soy milk; greens (broccoli, mustard greens); legumes.

Phosphorus

Function

Important for healthy bones and teeth; found in every cell; part of the system that maintains acid-base balance.

Sources

Meat, fish, poultry, eggs, milk, processed foods (including soda pop / soft drinks).

Magnesium

Function

Found in bones; needed for making protein, muscle contraction, nerve transmission, immune system health.

Sources

Nuts and seeds; legumes; leafy, green vegetables; seafood; chocolate; artichokes; "hard" drinking water.

Sulfur

Function

Found in protein molecules.

Sources

Occurs in foods as part of protein: meats, poultry, fish, eggs, milk, legumes, nuts.

Iron

Function

Part of a molecule (hemoglobin) found in red blood cells that carries oxygen in the body; needed for energy metabolism.

Sources

Organ meats; red meats; fish; poultry; shellfish (especially clams); egg yolks; legumes; dried fruits; dark, leafy greens; iron-enriched breads and cereals; and fortified cereals.

Zinc

Function

Part of many enzymes; needed for making protein and genetic material; has a function in taste perception, wound healing, normal fetal development, production of sperm, normal growth and sexual maturation, immune system health.

WARNING: Un-Chelated ZINC makes most people dizzy if taken in excess and this is dangerous when you are walking and worse when you are driving as people often pass out.

Sources

Meats, fish, poultry, leavened whole grains, vegetables.

Iodine

Function

Found in thyroid hormone, which helps regulate growth, development, and metabolism.

Sources

Seafood, foods grown in iodine-rich soil, iodized salt, bread, dairy products.

Selenium

Function

Antioxidant.

Sources

Meats, seafood, grains.

Copper

Function

Part of many enzymes; needed for iron metabolism.

Sources

Legumes, nuts and seeds, whole grains, organ meats, drinking water.

Manganese

Function

Part of many enzymes.

Sources

Widespread in foods, especially plant foods.

Fluoride

Function

Organic Fluoride (from the ground is beneficial) the stuff they feed us in our water supply is NOT organic.

Involved in formation of bones and teeth; helps prevent tooth decay.

If you want healthier teeth which are naturally white, you may be interested in this book by Dr Bruce FIFE.

PLEASE NOTE: The fluoride which is included in our drinking water is NOT NATURAL fluoride despite what ignorant or dishonest dentists may tell you.

It is a TOXIC BY-PRODUCT from Aluminum smelting (processing).

It is HIGHLY toxic and highly carcinogenic PLUS is causes neurological problems and basically makes you dumber.

Further Info

Sources

Drinking water (either fluoridated or naturally containing fluoride), fish, and most teas.

Avoid fluoridated at all costs if you value your brain and care about your family.

Chromium

Function

Works closely with insulin to regulate blood sugar (glucose) levels.

Sources

Unrefined foods, especially liver, brewer's yeast, whole grains, nuts, cheeses.

Molybdenum

Function

Part of some enzymes.

Sources

Legumes; breads and grains; leafy greens; leafy, green vegetables; milk; liver.

 

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