What are colloidal minerals?

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Colloidal Minerals was discovered in 1925 in Central Utah. Through an unusual set of circumstances the mineral remains of an ancient rain forest, determined by the US. Dept. of Interior to be from the Cretaceus Period, approximately 60 million to 127 million years old, were encapsulated and preserved. The material is humic shale, not bentonite, clay or dried up sea beds which is the most common source of so called Colloidal Minerals as spoken by Doctor Wallach in his famous audio tape Dead Doctors Don't Lie. Only a small portion from various parts of the deposit are used to insure a balance of the over 65 various minerals and trace minerals that form the premium colloidal mineral Majestic Earth product that meets Doctor Joel Wallach's quality standards

COLLOIDAL MINERALS FROM NOW FOODS DERIVED FROM PREHISTORIC PLANT, FRUIT, AND VEGETABLE SOURCES.

Colloidal minerals are highly absorbable, water soluble and enzymatically active trace elements needed for proper utilization of nutrients including, proteins, vitamins, anti-oxidants, and more. Now Colloidal mineral formulation contains over 40 essential and colloidal trace minerals per serving to ensure you are getting a balanced blend. This pleasant tasting liquid has been micro-filtered to help eliminate the presence of heavy metals. Due to depletion of minerals in our soil and over-processing of foods, most people are deficient in these vital minerals. Supplementing with Now liquid colloidal minerals is a convenient way to help restore balance to your body.


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