Is This Key Nutrient Missing From Your Diet?

April 16, 2015

Woman Eating VegetableIt’s abundant on our planet, and not eating enough can cause deformities. But there’s no recommended dosage despite noted health benefits. Are you getting enough of it?

It offers thick hair, bone, tendon, and heart support. It supports healthy skin, neurological health and memory.

What is it? Silica.

Haven’t heard of silica? It’s got numerous forms, some of which are used as additives to processed foods. But here’s the important thing (more so than most nutrients): there are good forms and better forms, neutral forms, bad forms. Silica has a ton, which is one reason it’s so common. So you want to make sure that you’re getting some of those “good” forms in your diet.

Where does silica come from? Besides the additive forms, you might be getting enough silica from a balanced diet, or if your water is sourced from well or surface water. Nutritionally, it’s hard to tell if you’ve had enough—fruits and veggies have variable nutrient quality (depending on where they’re grown, and what that soil is like). So you can’t completely rely on what a particular fruit or veggie is supposed to have, you have to continually vary not just what you eat, but where it comes from.

Fortunately, there’s an easy way to make sure you have silica in your diet, and that your body can use it easily. MesoSilica! MesoSilica is a silica colloid—or silica nanoparticles suspended in water. Those pure nanoparticles are small enough that your body can easily move them where they need to go—and eventually, out.

You don’t need to take a lot of silica, just take a little regularly, as part of your dietary support system.

Have you tried a bottle of MesoSilica yet? Did you notice a difference (like thicker hair, or improved memory)?

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