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© Written and compiled by Dr John Whitman Ray N.D., M.D. (M.A.)
from "Patient's Guide to Body Electronics" by Prof. Dr. Sir John Whitman Ray (1994)
1According to Senate Document No. 264. the official publication, 99 per cent of American people are deficient in minerals, and a marked deficiency in any one of the more important minerals actually results in disease.
2The body is equipped to chelate only a small amount of some inorganic elements from nature. Therefore, the body requires the minerals to come from plants in a chelated form that the minerals may be properly assimilated and utilized. The efficiency of each mineral is enhanced by balanced amounts of the others.
3The body must maintain an adequate mineral supply to maintain a balance between internal and external pressures of the body cells called osmotic equilibrium. This state must be maintained for normal cell function and continued youthful health.
4All nutrients such as vitamins, proteins, enzymes, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, sugars, oils, etc. require minerals for activity. All bodily processes depend upon the action of minerals.
5Trace chelated or colloidal minerals are more important in nutrition than vitamins. Vitamins can be synthesized by living matter, minerals cannot.
6Vitamins are required for every biochemical activity of the body. Vitamins cannot function unless minerals are present.
7Minerals are the catalysts that make enzyme functions possible. Chelated or colloidal minerals combine with enzymes into an alkaline detoxifying agent which neutralizes the acid metabolic by-products of the cells and other toxic conditions within the body and prepares them for elimination.
8Hormonal secretion of glands is dependent upon mineral stimulation.
9The acid-alkaline balance (pH) of the tissue fluid is controlled by minerals.
10All elements work together as a collective whole. If there is a shortage of just any one mineral the balance of the entire bodily activity can be thrown awry. A deficiency of one mineral may disrupt the entire chain of life, rendering other nutrients either useless or inefficient.
11The concept brought forth by French scientists concerning the biological transmutation of the elements within the body makes it understandable as to why the body needs the broad range of chelated or colloidal minerals in balance to regain and maintain good health.
12Minerals are therefore, justified as a supplemental dietary substance especially in these days when the mineral content of our fruits and vegetables are destroyed by petrochemicals and synthetic fertilizers.
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