Trace Minerals the Missing Longevity Link

At the moment of conception, each of us begins a journey called life. We start this adventure as a single fertilized cell in the mother’s womb.

Within this cell, lies all of the knowledge for your body, cell by cell, and organ by organ.

There are countless tissue structures, which must be formed, as well as skeletal structures and chemical processes. The knowledge, for each of these complex activities, lies within that single fertilized cell. Hidden deep, within the heart of the cell called the nucleus, is the DNA, the carrier of all knowledge.

Shortly after conception takes place, that single cell will prepare to divide and the one will become two, and the two will become four, and so on. This cell division will continue on until a perfect biochemical wonder develops over a nine-month period of time, ready to enter the world as a human being, complete in every way.

This vastly complex process, from its beginning, is, almost totally, dependent upon the presence of nutrients that have, previously, been little recognized.

Enzyme production is responsible for proper digestion and absorption of the foods we eat, along with thousands of other biochemical functions. Enzyme production is, also, dependent upon the trace mineral group because enzymes are formed, only, in the presence of trace minerals.

Trace elements are, also, an integral part of the structures of most hormones such as thyroid hormones, insulin, adrenalin, and the sex hormones. Some of the most devastating disease conditions arise from the malfunction of the endocrine system and hormone activity. Proper supplementation, with trace minerals, often helps to regulate hormonal activities, one with the other.

Since most all biochemical activities begin at the cellular level that is where we should focus our attention. The micro trace elements work there to provide the right environment for repair and maintenance of the body. Using the micro trace elements in supplement form can support this process and over time may help to keep you active, flexible and younger later years in life. Remember that all chronic disorders such as arthritis and related joint issues can begin decades before you feel the pain. Keeping your body nourished with the micro minerals may go a long way towards warding off problems later in life. Check back next week for more information on the best plant based trace minerals and how they can help you.

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