Dr. Joel Wallach,
BS, DVM, ND
(when people experience a craving for "junk food" suggests that the body is
not getting something in the regular diet.
Vital Nutrition is Missing!
We cannot get all the vitamins & minerals we need
for metabolic competence from the standard three meals a day.
When the body has been assaulted by stressors,
drugs, pollutants, injury or sickness, nutrients are lost more rapidly than
normal and if they are not replaced, the victim's ability to withstand stressors
or fight off disease is reduced.
We use so many labor-saving
devices that we need fewer calories. As food intake is reduced, it is nearly
impossible to get all the nutrients we need without taking supplements.
Pollutants in the air, food & water put a stress on
all of us. As a result, we require more vitamins & minerals to support the
enzyme systems which aid in discharging these unwanted toxins.
Those sweet, "empty calorie"
foods that are "forced down our throats", rob the body of the nutrients required
for digestion & absorption. In addition, food sensitivities & yeast infections
damage intestinal lining cells, so that even when we do eat good nutrient-dense
food, absorption is limited.
Standard orthodox medical
doctors used to believe that diet and supplements were not important or at
least were unrelated to health. New research now shows conclusively that nutrient
deficiencies and dependencies do exist when people try to maintain their health
on three meals a day using the "four food groups."
People tend to consume too
much of a certain thing (fat, sugar, calories) in order to obtain missing
nutrients. Even if your diet were able to supply you with adequate doses of
the major minerals, it would still be lacking in the trace minerals needed.
It is important to know why
the body needs some of these trace elements, as well as the effects of a deficiency
Those colloidal trace minerals
found in our mineral products are 98% absorbable by the body, and as you can
see, play a very important role in maintaining a healthy balance within our
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