HUMATE NUTRITION
(humates)

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It's a fact. Our soils are depleted and depleted soils do not produce healthy, nutrient-rich plants. If our soils and crops are lacking essential minerals, it's necessary to supplement our diets if we are to achieve true wellness. But will any old multivitamin off the shelves of our grocery or drug store do the trick? All biological organisms (including humans) need organically complexed trace minerals from humates in order to maintain health and prevent disease. Humates, the end result of repetitive plant decomposition, is the required biological step in changing inorganic trace minerals into organically complexed, soluble trace minerals that can be used by both plants, animals, and humans. It is produced in trace amounts by solar degredation, acting upon also soil microorganisms as organic plant matter decays. The process takes hundreds of years and only recently has duplicated in the laboratory. Fulvic and humic acids are extremely small (ultra-chelated), low-molecular-weight molecules that can beneficially modify so many essential biochemical, electrochemical and metabolic processes, and yet, the greater scientific community is still largely ignorant of its role.

Further research in Russia has shown that fulvic and humic acids can be used to resuscitate our soils, thus our food sources and finally, used in our bodies and medicines. This has been accomplished, producing high-quality supplements as our best defense against foods devoid of nutrition to which we have been accustomed for the duration of our lives.

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