Should I take Zeolite with humic fulvic minerals?

Perhaps this is a question you have asked yourself. Perhaps you’ve never heard of Zeolite and you’re asking “Rob, what the heck is that?” In any case, I’d like to share with you some of the benefits of taking Zeolite – particularly in a liquid form with humic acid, fulvic acid and over 70 naturally occurring trace minerals.

The above information is taken from a 2018 article in the journal Frontiers in Pharmacology. Now, I have to tell you, I have worked with supplements for a long time, and as a general rule THERE ARE NO MIRACLE CURES. (Except maybe faith, clean water, and consistent good sleep). Nonetheless – our bodies require tons of essential nutrients, vitamins and minerals, and other elements to maintain our good health naturally.

Zeolites are natural mineral compounds that are generally formed as a result of volcanic activity. When lava or volcanic ash meets up with ground water outside the volcano, the results are unique alumino-silicate minerals (containing, as they name implies, organic aluminum and silica) that have a very unique cage-like structure. There are many kinds of Zeolites, but they kind of mineral typicaly used in supplements is called Clinoptilolite.

Taking Zeolite in combination with humic fulvic trace minerals (such as the Black Earth Zeolite product The Food Movement Co. developed 10 years ago) may also give you a distinct advantage, not just because the organic acids humic and fulvic help with absorption acting as a ‘chaperone’ into the cells (evidence suggests they do) but also because of the BROAD SPECTRUM of micronutrient trace minerals in the humates the product is extracted from.

Another nice thing about Zeolite Clinpotilolite is that it has a great safety profile. And when you use a brand like Black Earth Zeolite, you know you are taking a product that is third party tested, and manufactured according to GMP standards in the USA.

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