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From: The Sproutarian (110.22.102.86)
Subject:         Re: Inorganic Mineral Absorption...
Date: September 11, 2014 at 5:10 pm PST

In Reply to: Inorganic Mineral Absorption... posted by John Rose on September 11, 2014 at 4:33 pm:

I remember getting on stage in about 1997 and exposing George Malkmus to his audience of about 1,000 people (I was young and naughty back then). Needless to say he hated my guts for doing it. *wink*

He is basically saying inorganic minerals are "too large to pass through cell walls". As usual he misses the whole point because how can it explain when inorganic minerals go from the digestive system to the kidneys or arteries??

And yes, plants do contain some inorganic minerals too in addition to organic minerals.

I will be exposing colloidal minerals and Wallach on my site soon, got a boot load of files on him. *smile*

The next thing people are going to say is `what about people drinking hard well water getting chrystalised joints'? Maybe there is a limit to the amount of inorganic minerals one can handle before being overloaded (quite likely me think), but l would think there are may be other factors going on here also. We don't want to focus too narrowly or we can often miss the whole picture going on.

I remember being sucked in by Wallach in the early days. We can all be dumb at times, but the key is to wake up and minimise our dumbness.

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