Vitamins and Minerals 2017-01-03T14:11:07+00:00

Know Whats Beneficial And Whats Not

Vitamins are specific, necessary, life-giving nutrients to create healthy cellular function and physical health. They are considered essential because the body cannot make them on its own. It must have them to prevent deficiencies.

The healthiest and easiest means for getting your vitamins is through real organic food. It is important and ideal that they come from organic plants. When supplementation is necessary, be aware that artificial, contrived and synthetic vitamins are hard on the body and cellular function. They are toxic and can be very harmful to the body. 95% of all vitamins and supplements on the market are synthetic, made from coal tar, petroleum, and rocks.

Fat-Soluble Vitamins And Their Resources

Vitamins A, D, E and K make up the fat soluble vitamins. Vitamins A, D and K are stored in the liver and vitamin E is distributed throughout the body’s fatty tissues

Water-Soluble Vitamins And Their Resources

Vitamin C (whole matrix) and the B complex group make up the nine water soluble vitamins.

Water-soluble vitamins, such as Vitamin C and the B vitamins are stored in the body for only a brief period of time and are then excreted by the kidneys. The one exception to this is vitamin B12, which is stored in the liver. Water-soluble vitamins need to be ingested or taken daily.

Minerals and Trace Minerals

Minerals are essential for cellular and the physical health of the body. The body cannot make them on its own. They must come from healthy food sources. It is important to receive minerals from plant sources that work synergistically and naturally in the body. Minerals work in balance and harmony with other nutrients supporting health and proper cell function. Foods that are “fortified” with minerals are derived from rocks or are contrived, in such a way, that they are not beneficial to the body and can actually act as toxins and become harmful.