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From: John Rose (68.93.65.58)
Subject:         Inorganic Mineral Absorption...
Date: September 11, 2014 at 4:33 pm PST

In Reply to: Re: Salty's input Re: Let us discuss the 801010 - sodium part 1 - inorganic mineral absorption posted by The Sproutarian on September 11, 2014 at 3:53 pm:

>>And yes, we can utilise inorganic minerals because the medical literature clearly states this.<<

What do you think of this excerpt from an old article by George Malkmus?

Dead Doctors Don't Lie
Rev. Malkmus reveals the many deceptions in the famous “Dead Doctors Don’t Lie” tape that has swept America.

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So, the two reasons colloidal minerals are not easily assimilated by our bodies are that they are too large to dissolve and pass through our cell walls, and these minerals do not have an enzyme attached to them as do minerals in living plants. Some people may receive some short-term benefit by using colloidal minerals, but there is a heavy price to pay for this benefit. The body can create the amino acid bond and attach an enzyme from the body's enzyme reserve that will allow the mineral bond to take place and thus allow the mineral to be absorbed -- but at great expense to the body! And those colloidal minerals that are not converted to a usable form accumulate in the body and ultimately create problems. Certainly it makes much greater sense to receive our minerals (which the body desperately needs) in living form from living plants.

The minerals Dr. Wallach promotes probably were once living minerals in living plants of some sort, but they died thousands of years ago and are now dead minerals. They are mined from shale in Utah. This humic shale is claimed to be prehistoric plant life compressed into shale over the millennia, but there is no reason to believe that these minerals are in a combination well-suited for human nutrition. Not only are the minerals now dead, but these minerals contain a high concentration of both aluminum and strontium, both of which are very hazardous.

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