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Drinkables® Liquid Colloidal Minerals

Fact: Seventy-four major and trace minerals support human health. Research has shown that vitamins are more effective when working in conjunction with minerals.

Fact: Soil tests around the world indicate a severe depletion of minerals needed by the human body. As a result, the most common foods contain only a small fraction of the minerals required to sustain a healthy lifestyle.

Fact: Most mineral supplements on the market today contain 15 or fewer minerals. Most of these are metallic minerals manufactured by grinding rock and soil.

Evidence indicates that a combination of land and sea-derived minerals provides better digestibility. Drinkables® Liquid Colloidal Minerals contains both.

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