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Liquid Minerals

Liquid minerals can be taken in the form of either liquid mineral supplements or in the form of capsules and tablets.  As liquid vitamins are assimilated instantly into the blood because of the form they are consumed in, the benefits are almost instant and much greater than in any other forms like capsules or tablets.  They are also a lot more concentrated than other forms of vitamin supplements.
The body acquires minerals and vitamins either through the food we eat or through supplements. Antioxidants are also present in liquid vitamins like vitamin E, C and A which are vitamins that our bodies do not produce and this is why we must ensure that our diet contains these essential vitamins with antioxidants or take supplements which contain them. The body needs these antioxidants to build up immunity and fight against diseases.

Unlike a tablet or capsule which needs to be broken down in the digestive system and then absorbed, liquid vitamins and minerals are much faster and easier to be digested and get absorbed in the system.

It is in the digestive system that liquid vitamins are absorbed after being transformed into solutions which will benefit the system.  Being in a form which gets ingested faster there is greater benefit from these liquid supplements. However, it is the person’s choice and preference as to which form they would like to take their supplements in or as per the doctor’s instructions.

Liquid minerals and vitamins

To remain healthy the body requires a certain amount of liquid minerals and vitamins and can absorb only a minute quantity of its requirement from water minerals. Certain individuals definitely require a supplement for their daily requirements of liquid minerals and these are women who are either pregnant or are nursing mothers; women who have heavy bleeding during their menstruation; Vegans and vegetarians; for people who have undergone digestive tract surgery; for those who have certain food allergies and for those who eat less than the minimum number of calories required per day which is around 1500 calories in a day. Others who require liquid mineral supplements are postmenopausal women and those who are suffering from any medical condition which does not allow the body to assimilate the nutrients from the food they eat.  Those who have digestive problems are usually in need of supplements as their digestive system is not functioning as it should.

The liquid mineral and vitamin supplements cannot be taken without a doctor’s advice as you need to take those which are insufficient in your system and a doctor will know which formula to prescribe for your condition. This would also depend on any illnesses which you might be suffering from and your general physical condition. Those who are under certain forms of treatment may suffer with insufficiencies because of the treatment.

Liquid minerals benefits

Everything which is eaten has a certain amount of food or nutritional values. Among these there are some complete foods which give us almost everything which is essential for the body while some of the things have very little nourishment in them. A lot depends on the kind of diet which we have in providing our system with the nourishment required for it to function well and to maintain a healthy body. Supplements help in balancing this requirement when the food has not provided it. Apart from this certain illnesses deplete the body of some of the essential nutrients and supplements have to be added to the diet.

Conventional supplements were in the form of a capsule or sometimes a tablet; however, a more effective way of consuming supplements for nutrition is the liquid mineral and vitamin form. This form has a lot more benefits than any other form and has been recommended by most physicians. The main benefit is the rate of absorption which is higher and also immediate. Apart from this, this form of nutritional supplement is far more concentrated and ensures that what is mentioned in the literature or advertisement of the supplements is really provided in the dose.

Proof of the benefits of these liquid nutrients may not be seen immediately but will definitely be visible after a week or so or depending on the condition of the person’s former state of health. This does not mean that the easy way to a balanced diet is in taking supplements, a natural diet should always be the first preference. A combination of both supplements as well as natural foods would be an ideal combination.
Colloidal supplements for minerals are another form of liquid minerals which are created by minerals being suspended in water which is pure. A certain process is used which gives the best results of this mineral suspension which is called an electronic colloidal procedure. By this process of electrolysis the molecules of minerals are dissolved and then absorbed into the liquid.

These minerals, which have a charge of negative electricity, are thousands of times smaller than the red cells in the blood and can be easily and readily accessible in the body. Colloidal mineral supplements have a greater capacity of absorption when compared to the tablets. Because of the negative charge they carry they can easily pass through the walls of the intestines to get into the blood stream. Minerals which are charged positively are eliminated from the body through the bowels.

Mineral deficiencies in the system are linked to the health conditions of the person. These include low immunity and resistance, osteoporosis, diabetes, hypertension, mental diseases, nervousness, depression, anxiety, learning disability, anorexia, insomnia, fatigue and exhaustion, headaches, anemia and also skin and hair problems. Certain medications are also responsible for depleting the minerals from the system like drugs for cancer, laxatives, antacids, diuretics and antibiotics.

The dosage of liquid minerals and vitamins which the physician prescribes will be as per the cause of the insufficiency and the health of the person. This could also be due to a wrong and improper diet and the doctor who is treating the patient will be the best source of advice.

Submitted on January 16, 2014