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Introduction to Fulvic Acid

… Nature has provided us with every nutrient that we need to live a long, healthy, and active life. Unfortunately, we’re no longer able to enjoy all of the earth’s goodness because of the way we process our already fragile foods to death. It doesn’t help that our soils have been ravaged and that the animals we eat are regularly given steroids to artificially stimulate their growth. …

Plants, the Soil, and Your Health

… Doctors have known for years that everyone needs at least 90 nutrients to maintain their health. These nutrients include a minimum of 70 minerals, 18 amino acids, and three essential fatty acids. To obtain these nutrients we are admonished to eat at least 57 different sources of food each week. …

Fulvic Acid and Organic Transmutation

The absorption factor of ionic minerals greatly exceeds traditional tablet supplements. … Organic, plant-derived minerals are able to be safely used by your body because of the fact that nature has acted upon them and transformed them into organic material rather than allowing them to remain in their elemental form. This is called organic transmutation.

A driving force behind this miraculous transformation is fulvic acid. … Fulvic acid is present in every true plant-derived, organic mineral. The same cannot be said for elemental minerals which are derived from rocks, shells, and certain clays. While elemental mineral supplements may claim to have a wide range of minerals, they cannot compare to the safety and availability of plant-derived substances. It should be noted that fulvic acid itself can contain as many as 60 different mineral compounds – this is above and beyond any other source of minerals with which it is joined.

As is discussed in “The Value of Organic, Plant-Derived Minerals” (Issue #205), when positively charged minerals are absorbed by plants, their bioelectrical polarity is changed to a negative charge. Whenever normally toxic minerals, such as iodine, are absorbed and transformed by plants, they become non-toxic. It may be the chelation factor that accounts for the ability of fulvic acid to neutralize the toxicity of heavy metals such as lead. …

Fulvic Acid Increases Bioavailability

Despite the important role that fulvic acid plays in the production of ionic minerals, it is also renowned for its ability to make vitamins and minerals absorbable to plants. It accomplishes this by complexing elemental minerals into organic forms that are easily transported into and through the roots and membranes of plants. …

Whenever minerals come into contact with fulvic acid, in a water medium, they are naturally dissolved into an ionic form. These minerals literally become part of the fulvic acid itself. Once the minerals meld into the fulvic acid complex, they become bioactive, bioavailable, and organic. Thus, when elemental minerals are transformed into an organic state, through a natural chemical process involving fulvic acid and photosynthesis, they are safe to be used by both humans and animals. …

Whenever you eat plants that have been in the presence of fulvic acid, your body can assimilate more of nature’s building blocks with which to build and maintain your body. Another benefit of fulvic acid is that it actually potentiates the availability of essential nutrients. Potentiation is a term that describes how long an ingredient can remain active. …

When fulvic acid acts upon a substance its molecular size and weight is altered. This enables it to pass through cell membranes – including the semi-permeable membranes that line your intestines.

When searching for organic, plant-derived minerals, make certain that they contain fulvic acid. This will ensure that you get the highest quality available.

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