Over the last century the depletion of soil nutrients has led to severe nutrient poor food. Unless one has a known food source grown in good soil it has become necessary to take quality whole food supplements if we are to regain and maintain good health. Vitamins and Minerals - Are They Necessary? Part 2 … Continue reading Vitamins and Minerals – Are They Necessary? Part 2
Over the last century the depletion of soil nutrients has led to severe nutrient poor food. Unless one has a known food source grown in good soil it has become necessary to take quality whole food supplements if we are to regain and maintain good health. Vitamins and Minerals-Are They Necessary? Part 1 1:11:38 min … Continue reading Vitamins and Minerals-Are They Necessary? Part 1
Source: What Is Ruthenium and Why Is it Important to You? by Dr. Edward Group Ruthenium is a hard, metallic, chemical element that is commonly found as a rare earth metal. Ruthenium’s atomic number is 44 and its atomic weight is 101.07. It is greyish-white in color and a member of the platinum family. At only about 0.0004 … Continue reading What Is Ruthenium and Why Is it Important to You?
Source: The Top 6 Dietary Supplements by Dr. Edward Group For thousands of years, herbal medicine was the predominant form of health care on the planet. For many people, it still is. In our switch to modern medicine, much of that ancient wisdom was sadly lost, rejected as the superstition of primitive people. Recent research is proving, … Continue reading The Top 6 Dietary Supplements
Source: Discover 10 Nutritious Foods that Are High in Phosphorus by Dr. Edward Group Phosphorus is a mineral that helps your body maintain healthy bones and teeth.  It is essential for life and makes up about 1% of your body weight, making it the second most abundant mineral in your body next to calcium. 85% of the phosphorus … Continue reading Discover 10 Nutritious Foods that Are High in Phosphorus
Source: What is Methylated Folate? by Dr. Edward Group The human body needs folate, or vitamin B9, for several essential functions. Folate activates, synthesizes, and repairs DNA. It converts homocysteine, which you don’t want too much of, into methionine, an essential amino acid. Vitamin B9 also aids cell division, is required for red blood cell production, stimulates … Continue reading What is Methylated Folate?
Source: Vitamins and Minerals by Dr. Edward Group Even though they’re in almost everything we eat and drink, many people aren’t exactly clear what the distinction is between vitamins and dietary minerals. We’re told they’re important and we need them to keep us healthy, but what’s the difference? What Are Vitamins? Vitamins are organic compounds the human … Continue reading Vitamins and Minerals
Source: What Are Micronutrients? A Review of Essential Nutrients by Dr. Edward Group Micronutrients are the vitamins and minerals required by your body. Unlike macronutrients, you only need minuscule amounts of micronutrients to maintain good health. Micronutrients are essential to the production of enzymes, hormones, proteins, and other products created by your body. Some micronutrients have a … Continue reading What Are Micronutrients? A Review of Essential Nutrients
Source: Iodine in Salt: Why Is It Added? by Dr. Edward Group Most kitchen cupboards in the United States probably contain a box of iodized salt. Most salts sold in supermarkets display on the label, “This salt supplies iodine, a necessary nutrient.” But do you know why the iodine in salt is added?Tiny amounts of several different … Continue reading Iodine in Salt: Why Is It Added?