Why we are "Eating More but Consuming Less"
It's not a secret our soils have been depleted of essential, trace and rare minerals so vital to health and life. Sixty years ago in 1936 the United States Department of Agriculture issued U.S. Senate Document 264, stating "that virtually all soils in the United States were mineral deficient. Scientists at the 1992 Earth Summit in Brazil submitted documentation that soils world-wide were depleted of minerals. The United States soils rated as one of the most serious with 85% of essential minerals depleted.
Minerals make up four percent of the body's total weight. They are found in the body's fluids and tissues working in conjunction with vitamins, enzymes, hormones, and other substances. M inerals play an important role in numerous biological functions.
New research is stacking up on the vital role minerals serve in preventing debilitating diseases. Studies have shown that the adrenal glands, blood, bones, capillary walls, cells, connective tissue (skin/ligaments/bones/gums), heart, mucous membranes, nervous system and teeth are all affected with deficiencies.
The greatest impact of mineral deficiency comes from the fact that the majority of fruits, vegetables and grains that we consume are being grown on land that is depleted of the essential minerals needed to maintain proper health. We are eating more but consuming less.
Scientists theorize that mineral deficiency subjects us to more diseases, aging, sickness and destruction of our physical well-being than any other factor in personal health. A great many known aliments, around 60, are directly linked to mineral deficiency
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