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Benefits of Humic and Fulvic acid

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http://www.life-enthusiast.com | Fulvic acid is a component of humic acid, a major building block in the process of organic metabolism. It’s best to counteract the effects of free radicals by eating foods rich in antioxidants or supplementing the diet with an antioxidant like fulvic acid.

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Benefits of Humic and Fulvic acid

  1. 1. Humic Acid and Fulvic Acid—the Missing Nutritional Link? 2013
  2. 2. Humic Acid and Fulvic Acid— What’s The Difference? • Fulvic acid is a component of humic acid, a major building block in the process of organic metabolism. • Fulvic acid has a higher oxygen content than other humic acids and acts as an antioxidant, helping to remove excess free radicals. • It’s best to counteract the effects of free radicals by eating foods rich in antioxidants or supplementing the diet with an antioxidant like fulvic
  3. 3. Fulvic Acid—The Missing Nutritional Link in Human Health? • Fulvic acid makes nutrients bioactive (meaning they have an effect on life processes) at the cellular level. • Its ultra-tiny molecules easily penetrate human tissues and cells, allowing it to diffuse more easily through cell membranes. • As a result, fulvic acid aids remineralization and oxygenation in all living organisms.
  4. 4. Scientists Believe Fulvic Acid Bridges the Gap… • • Fulvic acid bridges the gap between inert trace minerals like iron or zinc and essential dietary bulk minerals (those with recommended daily allowance greater than 200 mg/day). • It is able to dissolve minerals and trace elements, transport nutrients into cells, catalyze enzyme reactions and stimulate metabolism. • Fulvic acid detoxifies the system of pollutants by binding and dissolving toxic, inorganic elements.
  5. 5. How Should You Take Fulvic Acid? • It is important to dissolve fulvic acid in juice or water before consumption. • Fulvic acid should not come into contact with surfaces, skin or mucous membranes as it may cause a stinging sensation. • It is best not to take fulvic acid after 9:00 p.m. due to its energizing effect. • As a precautionary measure, pregnant or lactating women are not advised to take Fulvic acid.
  6. 6. How Does Fulvic Acid Work in Your System? • Fulvic acid makes trace minerals and vitamins more absorbable by linking them into organic, ionic forms. • Ions are electrically charged atoms or groups of atoms that travel easily through cell walls, carrying vital nutrients more efficiently.
  7. 7. What Will Fulvic Acid Do for Your Health? • Fulvic acid has the unique ability to chelate (break down) toxins and reduce them to a harmless state. • Fulvic acid electrolytes act as a miniature battery charger, providing a small but constant charge of nutritional and mineral energy replacement. • Each cell is able to perform at its maximum potential, leading to renewed health and vigor.
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  9. 9. SUMMARY Humic Acid and Fulvic Acid— the Missing Nutritional Link? Fulvic acid is a component of humic acid, a major building block in the process of organic metabolism, but it has a higher oxygen content than other humic acids. Supplementing the diet with an antioxidant like fulvic acid can remove excess free radicals from the system and stimulate metabolism, helping each cell perform at its maximum potential and leading to renewed health and vigor.

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