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Buried Treasure Pure Colloidal Minerals -- 32 fl oz


Buried Treasure Pure Colloidal Minerals
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Buried Treasure Pure Colloidal Minerals -- 32 fl oz

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Buried Treasure Pure Colloidal Minerals Description

  • 70+ Plant Derived Minerals
  • 32 Day Supply
  • Vegetarian Safe
  • Gluten, Wheat, Soy, Yeast, BPA & Dairy Free

This 100% plant derived colloidal mineral supplement consists of a natural assortment of over 70 minerals derived from plants growing through the Eden era. Trace amounts of these minerals are essential for health and vitality.

 

These minerals are harvested from a plant material known as humic shale in Utah. They are of the same type found in fruits and vegetables. They are nontoxic, water soluble, and more easily assimilated than metallic minerals.

 

Buried Treasure Pure Plant Source minerals provide a conception of 30,000 mg per liter and help support health and longevity.

 

Minerals Means Health


Directions

SHAKE WELL BEFORE EACH USE. REFRIGERATE AFTER OPENING. BEST IF USED WITHIN 45 DAYS FROM OPENING.

 

Adults should take 2 tablespoons daily with meals. Mix with your favorite fruit or vegetable juice.

Free Of
Wheat, gluten, soy, yeast, dairy, and BPA.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 2 Tablespoons (30 mL)
Servings per Container: 32
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories <5*
Total Carbohydrates0 g0%
  Sugars0 g*
Calcium12.3 mg1%
Iron7.7 mg43%
Phosphorus11.7 mg1%
Magnesium4.9 mg1%
Zinc4.6 mcg<1%
Copper48.8 mcg2%
Manganese71.7 mcg4%
Chromium2.4 mcg2%
Molybdenum0.6 mcg<1%
Sodium4.87 mg< 1%
Potassium3.7 mg< 1%
Proprietary Blend:
Plant derived minerals of sulfur, neodymium, silicon, rubidium, vanadium, nickel, cobalt, boron, yttrium, strontium, cerium, antimony, thallium, lithium, palladium, lanthanum, ytterbium, ruthenium, throium, osmium, bromine, thulium, gadolinium, beryllium, gold, titanium, dysprosium, samarium, cesium, zirconium, germanium, iodine, erbium, praseodymium, tin, cadmium, scandium, terbium, selenium, holmium, gallium, hafnium, tellurium, lutetium, bismuth, indium, niobium, barium, rhodium, europium, tantalum, iridium, tungsten, silver, platinum, and others
900 mg*
*Daily value not established.
Other Ingredients: Pure mountain water, nisin (naturally ensures freshness).
Warnings

Do not take on an empty stomach. Pregnant and nursing women should check dosage with their healthcare professional.

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Brush up on Mineral Basics With This Helpful Guide

Although vitamins tend to edge minerals out of the spotlight, minerals are just as essential for health. Your body can’t create minerals on its own, so you need to get them from your diet. Some minerals are required in large amounts, while others necessitate minute, trace doses.

Question of What are Minerals Answered by Glass Jar Turned on Side with Supplements Spilling Out | Vitacost.com/blog

Nutritionists and scientists are spearheading the resurgent interest in minerals. The seven macrominerals–calcium, chloride, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium and sulphur–in addition to a longer list of nine essential trace minerals, keep your body functioning optimally.

Trace minerals are needed only in minute amounts, but their absence results in many disease conditions. Along with familiar trace minerals, such as iron and iodine, the body also needs others less well known, such as selenium and molybdenum.

Here are a few of the most important minerals you need to support your health—they also tend to be commonly deficient in the American diet.

Major minerals

Calcium

What it does: Fundamental for healthy bones and teeth, nerve functioning, muscle contraction and relaxation, blood clotting and hormone regulation.

Where it’s found: Dairy foods, canned fish with bones, fortified tofu and soy milk, and greens

Signs you need more: Muscle cramping and aches with minimum exertion. In childhood, calcium deficiency can cause soft bones and bow-leggedness.

Chromium

What it does: Can help manage diabetes, vital to the function of insulin, a hormone that regulates blood sugar levels.

Where it’s found: Brewer’s yeast is one of the best sources but it’s also found in meat, whole grains, potatoes, broccoli, green beans, tomatoes, grape juice, oranges, nuts and eggs. Foods high in sugar enhance chromium excretion, detracting from your chromium baseline.

Signs you need more: Problems regulating blood sugar levels.

Magnesium

What it does: Needed for making protein, metabolizing carbs and fats, maintaining a normal heart rhythm, muscle contraction, nerve transmission and immune system health.

Where it’s found: leafy greens, nuts and seeds, beans, avocados, brown rice and chocolate.

Signs you need more: Insulin resistance, menstrual and leg cramps, migraines, fatigue and anxiety.

Trace minerals:

Iodine

What it does: Produces thyroid hormones that are critical for metabolism and growth.

Where it’s found: Seaweed is one of the best sources, along with shellfish, dairy and eggs.

Signs you need more: Dry skin, poor memory, weak muscles and constipation

Iron

What it does: Essential part of blood (hemoglobin) that carries oxygen throughout the body.

Where it’s found: Organ meats, red meats, fish, poultry, shellfish (especially clams), egg yolks, legumes, dried fruits, dark, leafy greens, iron-enriched breads and cereals.

Signs you need more: Fatigue, muscle weakness, heart palpitations and inability to maintain body warmth.

Zinc

What it does: Needed for making protein and aiding the expression of genetic material, fetal development, immune response, sperm production, wound healing and acuity of the senses.

Where it’s found: Meats, fish, poultry, leavened whole grains, vegetables

Signs you need more: Altered sense of smell and taste, impotence, weight and hair loss and slow healing of wounds

These statements have not been approved by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease.

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