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Minerals are inorganic elements which mean that no living thing, plant or animal is able to manufacture or create them. They have to be obtained externally from the food of the plant, animal or human.

In the case of plants, the minerals have to come from the soil in which they are grown, but human beings cant readily absorb minerals directly from the soil. In their case, the minerals have to come from the plants and foods they eat. It stands to reason that if the animals and the humans are relying on the minerals being in the plants and the plants are relying on the minerals being in the soil, mineral deficient soils will lead to mineral deficient animals and humans. In this way, we are totally dependent on the plants to provide us with the minerals we need to survive.


The minerals that come from a plant are by far the most bio-available source of minerals outside a fresh food store. They have been assimilated or digested by the plant by a process of photosynthesis which turns them into a carbon based organic molecule know as a water soluble, plant derived, hydrophilic mineral or colloidal mineral. According to food chemistry, plant derived minerals are 98% 10 100% absorbed by the body. Generally they are 200 to 2,000 times smaller than metallic mineral. Some colloidal minerals are no larger than 0.0000001 micron and are capable of being absorbed readily into the bloodstream.

Plant derived colloidal minerals are water soluble and carry natural negative electrical charge. This has two very important benefits. One, It greatly enhances the transport, availability and absorbability of other nutrients from foods and or vitamins and other supplements and two, it will attract toxins and heavy metals from the body and flush them out.

A colloid is a particle substance that remains its identity and remains no suspension. Yet, not all colloid minerals are plant derived and are then, therefore, metallic colloidal Minerals. These minerals are not negatively charged and are not as easily assimilated or absorbed. Comparing metallic colloidal minerals to plant derived colloidal minerals is like comparing sawdust to oatmeal. Metallic colloidal minerals can still be considered to be a toxic and build up in the body the same as other metallic minerals.


Some uses of minerals in the body:

  • The formation of blood and bone
  • The proper composition of body fluids
  • The maintenance of healthy nerve functions
  • The regulation of muscle tone
  • The regulation of the heart beat and cardiovascular system
  • Used in energy production
  • Used for healing growth
  • Used to utilise vitamins and other nutrients
  • Used by the body to produce enzymes
  • Essential part of hormone structures
  • Play a critical role in the synthesis of DNA
  • Helps balance pH levels
  • Helps neutralise or reverse effects of toxic metals
  • Immunity function
  • As a catalyst, speeding up chemicals reaction in the body

Many plants have a broad spectrum of minerals so when we consume plants we get a broad spectrum of minerals in our bodies trough the food we eat. The trouble we have in today’s society is that many of our foods are lacking some of the important nutrients we require to maintain a healthy body so we are told to supplement and many supplements are metallic.

Nutritional Profile

Each mineral will have their own nutritional profile. It is suggested to research the mineral you are after.


The information provided is for educational purposes only and must not be taken or interpreted as a suggestion or as medical advise. If you have any medical conditions, you should consult your health care professional.

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