Category Archives: Minerals


Are you getting enough minerals?

A healthy human body needs nutrients. Carbohydrates, protein, fat, minerals, vitamins and water in correct proportions are the keys to health and longevity. 1 Let’s take a moment and focus on minerals. Here is the question: Are you getting enough minerals in your daily diet? We will explore this question shortly, but first, you might be wondering why minerals are important. Here are some examples of how minerals are used within the body. Continue reading

Organic Minerals vs. Inorganic Minerals

How important are minerals? It is a fact that human life could not go on without minerals. Your body depends on a variety of minerals to complete many metabolic processes. So what are some good sources of minerals? Are organic minerals better for you than inorganic minerals? We will attempt to answer these questions and more as we uncover the truth about minerals. First let’s take a look at the difference between organic and inorganic minerals. Continue reading

Healthy Blood Sugar the Natural Way

Anyone who has experienced blood sugar problems understands the importance of maintaining healthy blood sugars. Simply put: you just feel better. Some folks take medication to help control their blood sugar, while others rely more upon lifestyle changes. Regardless of how you decide to manage your blood sugar, it is important to be well educated when it comes to your treatment options, so that you can live a better life. Continue reading

Our Soil and Mineral Deficiencies

For centuries mankind has been dependent on the food chain to get the minerals necessary to stay healthy. But these minerals seem to be disappearing from our food. What could be the cause? And even more importantly, what can be done to replace them? In this newsletter we will discuss what we feel is the basis of good nutrition. Keep reading to learn more about the current state of our soil and how it may affect your health. Continue reading

Antioxidants and Your Health

Antioxidants play an important role in maintaining balance within the body. These nutrients protect the body’s cells from damaging free radicals which are accumulated as a result of daily life. 1 If the body does not have enough antioxidant reserves to combat the onslaught of free radicals, then cell damage can occur. Over time free radical damage may contribute to many of the degenerative diseases we are faced with today. Keep reading to learn more about how antioxidants may help protect your body from disease. Continue reading

Low Calorie Foods that Taste Great

Yep, it’s 2011 and if you’re looking for some simple ideas on how to lose a few extra holiday pounds, then you’ve come to the right place. We have been working on a simple reference guide that is full of great tasting, nutritious, and low calorie foods. And to top it off, we’re also going to include some of our favorite recipes using these foods. Why? Because when you’re on a diet, you should be able to enjoy your food. So continue reading to find out how tasty your weight loss plan can be in 2011. Continue reading