Soil. No, really. And I don’t just mean how different regions have different nutrient conditions (impacting the nutrients in our food); I mean the right kind of soil, namely, Humic and Fulvic acid. It’s more than just a collection of important minerals, it actually helps cells to absorb the nutrients from your diet and Humic and Fulvic acid is a great natural source of probiotics (where natural is valuable because of selection and diversity. Humans have figured out a handful of beneficial strains, but there are so many still unexplored!).
Most people don’t grow their own food, and the few who do garden generally (and rightfully) wear gloves. In addition to that, our food comes to us precleaned, from far away, where soil is iffy to lacking and there’s who knows what else (pesticides, superbugs, parasites) going on anyway. Basically, most of us aren’t naturally coming into contact with soil in our regular day-to-day lives.
And why would soil be essential? Well, humans spent tens of thousands of years dealing with soil before the industrial revolution, of course our bodies are made to have a connection with it.
But not just any soil. You don’t want to scoop up what’s in your yard, for instance!
Humic and Fulvic acid is a layer of soil composed of the fossil remains of ancient forests. Nutrient dense, it also has many benefits that are still being explored and discovered. But the big thing is that it makes cells expand to more easily take in nutrients, making it a favorite of people who struggle with nutrient absorption (those with gastro issues, or who are just getting older).
Don’t wait to try Humic and Fulvic minerals, most people notice a difference right away!
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