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Fulvic Minerals - Formed over a long period of time through the breakdown of nutrient-rich plant matter, fulvic acid contains complex organic substances that cannot be replicated in a lab.

Research shows that fulvic acid contains a complex mix of nutrients including amino acids, minerals, nucleic acids, vitamins, and phytochemical compounds. Most of these nutrients are in ionic form which increases their bioavailability.


Fulvic acid can be found in healthy soils, compost, marine sediments, and especially in peat bogs which contain deposits of concentrated plant matter.


Why do we need fulvic acid?


While root vegetables such as radishes and parsnips contain some fulvic acid, decades of conventional farming methods mean most soils are lacking in organic plant matter, resulting in food that is depleted of fulvic acid and the trace minerals we need to thrive.


How bad is it? A landmark study published in the Journal of the American College of Nutrition evaluated 43 garden crops for nutritional values in 1950 and 1999, finding significant declines for many nutrients including calcium, potassium, iron, and vitamin C.


While food companies try to counteract this shortfall by “enriching” the food, they use synthetic vitamins, which don’t deliver the same benefits as organic plant-based nutrients.


That’s why it’s not surprising that studies show 90 percent of people are deficient in one or more minerals that are essential for good health. For the same reason, we’re simply not getting much fulvic acid from our food today.


1. Supports Gut Health
Compounds in fulvic acid nourish the gut and support a healthy microbiome, for improved digestion and less bloating. Minerals such as potassium and magnesium are essential for normal digestive function, helping to relax and contract muscles that move food efficiently through the digestive tract.

2. Strengthens Immune Function
Over 70% of the immune system lives in the gut. A healthier gut means stronger immunity, so your natural defenses work better. Fulvic acid also shows immune modulator effects, helping to balance immune system function when it is either too active or too weak.

3. Boosts Nutrient Absorption
Trace minerals and fulvic compounds bolster the absorption rate of nutrients so you get more nutrition from the foods you eat. Minerals also play a critical role as cofactors in the use of nutrients in the body.

4. Optimizes Cellular Function
Fulvic acid compounds can easily pass through cellular membranes, facilitating the delivery of nutrients and removal of waste, for optimal cell function. Minerals are also essential for the messaging of nerve impulses throughout the body.

5. Improves Energy Levels
Several minerals act as natural electrolytes, which activate biological processes for increased energy without the downside of stimulants such as caffeine. This provides a more natural, sustained energy throughout the day.

6. Supports Brain Health
Although more studies are needed, preliminary research suggests that fulvic acid has neuroprotective benefits, supporting memory and overall brain health. Additionally, macro and trace minerals are essential for healthy brain development and function.

7. Fights Free Radicals
Research shows fulvic acid and trace minerals act as powerful antioxidants, which help to neutralize damaging free radicals created in the body by intense exercise, toxins, and processed foods. One study on fish showed that fulvic acid supplementation resulted in significantly increased antioxidant activity.

8. Supports Detoxification
Fulvic acid is believed to bind to certain toxins, helping to detoxify the body. When fulvic is combined with natural zeolite, nature’s master detoxifier, even more heavy metals and toxins are removed.


Given the wide range of health benefits, and the lack of fulvic acid in most food today, supplementing with fulvic acid is the best way to get more of this natural compound.

Fulvic Ionic Minerals

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