Questions & Answers
- - about MINERALS
sickness can be traced to a mineral deficiency." -Dr. Linus
Pauling, Phd-Winner of 2 Nobel Prizes - Chemistry & Peace
result is superior absorption and assimilation of mineral nutrition
into our bodies' cells.
As depicted in the above diagrams, tablets, pills,
chelated, and colloidal products are limited in absorption, per
the Physicians Desk Reference (see chart ). Although they
may achieve some relative absorption into the blood. Therefore they
cannot enter the blood stream
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Questions & Answers
What is the importance of Body Balance?
Your body was designed to be healthy. So often we focus on what
is unhealthy in the body – what needs to be fixed. The focus
is not on how we can get the body healthy and balanced, but how
can we fix the immediate problem.
Along with this philosophy is the idea of body balance. Realize
that it is when the body goes out of balance that disease sets in.
Look at this very simple example: When you work late hours, are
over stressed, and eat poorly, most of us get sick or extremely
run down. Is this surprising? Absolutely not! What is created? A
completely unbalanced situation contributes to ill health. The TEN
products have been formulated in appropriate balance for your body.
An excess or deficiency of any one mineral can throw the body out
of its delicate health balance.
Why do I need to know about health supplement minerals?
We are “living soil.” Our bodies are made primarily
of water and minerals. The biological matrix of our bodies requires
that we have the proper balance of minerals for appropriate function
and electrical conductivity.
Why can’t we get the minerals from
The combined factors of nutrient-depleted agricultural soils
from centuries of use and synthetic fertilizers forcing crops to
grow rapidly with no regard to nutrient absorption, results in foods
having very little mineral nutritional value.
What is the difference between mineral
We believe the criteria for proper utilization of all minerals is
dependent on size and solubility, and their impact on the rate of
absorption of the mineral. Colloids are the minerals found in the
soil in metallic particle form. When a plant grows in the soil,
it absorbs minerals and changes them from colloidal form to ionic/water-soluble
form. The body cannot properly use colloids in the form found in
the soil. Water-soluble minerals, however, are in the proper bio-available
form for use by the human body. Just because a mineral is in a colloidal
solution does not ensure it will be absorbed correctly. A colloidal
solution consists of a mineral particle that is suspended (not water-soluble)
between water molecules. Simply put, it is unhealthy for the body
to consume solid (non-soluble), metallic particles. Not only is
absorption negatively affected, but proper assimilation into the
cells is nearly impossible.
What is the challenge with pill/capsule
It is important to note that no matter what the body takes in, its
end goal is the same – liquefaction. The challenge with most
traditional pill and capsule supplements is their complex state.
Due to the manufacturing process of these products, they usually
have been processed with intense pressure, heat, paraffin coatings,
and fillers. Even colloidal products are not in a pure design. Colloidal
products are simply a suspension of small metallic “filings”
in water. Due to these properties, these supplements come in a “complex”
form for the body to break down. Unfortunately, these states are
not the desired form the body wants. For example, you can breathe
hydrogen or oxygen, but you can’t breathe water. Although
water contains the individual elements of oxygen and hydrogen, they
are not in a form the body can use for breathing. The same analogy
is true in supplementation. Although a substance may be present
in a compound, it does not mean it can be used. In looking to what
the body uses and what is found in nature, one finds ionic minerals.
In addition, pills and capsules require significant digestion before
any type of effective absorption can take place. Due to consumption
of foods heavily laden with preservatives, drinking highly acidic
beverages such as soda and coffee, exposure to environmental toxins,
as well as the normal aging process, the digestive capacity of most
individuals is significantly compromised. All together, mineral
supplements provided in pill/capsule/tablet form provide fractional
benefits to the body at best due to their challenges with both absorption
and assimilation in the body.
What happens to colloids if they are
not properly absorbed?
Since colloid particles are far too large for cell assimilation
in the body, they will become caught up in the blood stream and
subsequently deposited in various parts of the body. Toxic build-up
of colloidal minerals (copper, lead, and aluminum, to name a few)
is known as heavy-metal poisoning.
How can you determine if a mineral is
After a mineral has been processed and then dehydrated, it should
form a crystal rather than a metallic particle.
Can I ever take too much?
It is important to note that any compound when taken in extreme
excess can be unhealthy for the body. For example, even water, when
taken in massive quantities, can be harmful. When analyzing the
toxicity of a product or material, it is important to recall what
contributes to toxicity in the body. These being:
1) The inherent properties of the material ingested
2) The dose of the material
3) The rate of absorption by the body
4) The ability of the material to accumulate in the body
5) The rate and ability of the material to be excreted
There cannot be a blanket statement to cover all compounds, or even
minerals and vitamins. Each respective ingredient has its own “biochemical
uniqueness.” Therefore, the US RDA recommends a suggested
maximum amount of various substances to be taken each day. All are
independently analyzed before we use them. Second, because our
products are bioavailable and water soluble, the dosage amount is
less. Finally, because of their water soluble nature, they are
easily used and excreted by the body.
However, all healthcare products should be taken with care. Any
material when taken in extreme excess can be unhealthy for the body.
Therefore we suggest to always follow the recommended dosages provided.
If you wish to deviate from this, we suggest you do so under the
care of a medical professional. As with all ingested materials,
more is not always better. Taken in moderation, water-soluble minerals
pose little, if any, threat of toxicity. Larger doses of water-soluble
mineral products should be taken under the advice of a healthcare
professional (specifically, iron is an element which should be taken
in small doses unless otherwise advised).
Trace Minerals – Everything in
Minerals are essential to life. However, it is important that
we follow nature’s blueprint when it comes to the quantity
and frequency of mineral use regarding supplements.
There are different types of minerals. One classification is Macrominerals.
These minerals are found in abundance in the human body. Examples
include calcium, magnesium, and potassium. They are plentiful in
the human body and it is difficult to take “too” much
of these types of minerals.
Another grouping of minerals are Trace Minerals. These minerals
are also critical to physiologic function, but their quantity in
the human body is much less. This is why they are called “Trace”
minerals. As such, it is very important to follow nature’s
blueprint when supplementing with these minerals. A few examples
include selenium, germanium, chromium, manganese, and zinc. Trace
minerals do not exist by themselves, but in relationship to one
another. Too much of one mineral can lead to deficiencies or imbalances
in another, resulting in poor health. Therefore, when it comes to
trace mineral supplementation, it is important to keep the body
in appropriate mineral balance, and doing so means not overdosing
on trace minerals.
It is important to note that any substance when taken in extreme
excess can be unhealthy for the human body. Even water when taken
in massive amounts can produce undesirable side effects in the body—it
can even be lethal. Just think of eating a bowl of strawberries—one
is good, but ten will give you an awful stomachache!
In addition, it is critical that individuals use good common sense
and follow recommended dosages on products. The old saying, “if
a little is good, a lot must be better,” is definitely not
true when it comes to supplements, especially trace minerals.
Will the minerals react with pharmaceutical
Traditionally, mineral supplementation has been very safe. However,
specific drugs may have specific guidelines for use. It is recommended
that before starting any mineral or nutritional program, you check
with your healthcare professional for possible interactions.
How do I know what I need?
Everyone needs a strong foundation of many minerals and vitamins.
The best way to discover your specific mineral needs is to reflect
upon your lifetime dietary habits and practices. In addition, look
at your current health and those specific physical challenges you
may be experiencing.
What are minerals?
Carbohydrates, proteins, fats, and vitamins are all organic substances.
This means they are all compounds of the chemical element carbon.
In addition to these nutrients, the human body requires certain
chemical elements in their inorganic forms, or not bound to carbon.
These elements in their non-organic forms, or all alone, are classified
as dietary minerals. These nutrients participate in a multitude
of biochemical and physiological processes necessary for the maintenance
of good health.
Why are minerals important?
Minerals are essential to every function within the human body.
Minerals and trace elements must exist in relative balance in the
fluids, cells, organs, and tissues of the body to contribute to
human health. Trace minerals do not function well in the body by
themselves, but rather, in relationship to one another. For example,
too much of one mineral can lead to imbalances in another. The goal
is to achieve mineral balance in the body.
How do you decide what to use?
The best approach is to start with a detoxifying program. This program
provides gentle cleansing and assists with detoxifying the body.
The second month, a program more suited to individual health needs
can be started.
The information contained herein is for educational purposes
only. It is not medical advice and is not intended to replace
the advice or attention of health care professionals. Consult
your physician before beginning or making changes in your diet,
supplements, or exercise program, for diagnosis and treatment
of illness or injury, and for advice regarding medications.
It is recommended that before starting any new mineral or supplemental
program that you first consult your health care professional.
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The Physician's Desk Reference details the absorption rate
of various types of products in chart form, indicating that
pills, gel caps and sub-lingual products have low absorption
rates in the body. Qsciences Molecular Oral spray technology has near
information is assembled and edited compliments of Ted & Kathryn
Kapela, Katie's Natural Way, www.kayted.com