You may still be wondering where
the "rock " came from earlier in the story. Well I'll tell you what I found
Limestone a common rock found in nature, when treated with
lactic and citric acids
results in calcium citrate (not a citrus fruit
product). Calicium carbonate is another product resulting from treating limestone and is
counterproductive if you are trying to increase your calcium level. Calcium carbonate is an antacid and
it reduces absorption.
Calcium supplements made from ground seashells
are still not a plant complex therefore not readily
You may ask how does one know
which supplement to buy?
It's quite simple: read the
isolated mineral salts
are typically composed of
will be identified with the
For example inorganic mineral salts would read as calcium
citrate, calcium carbonate, copper sulfate, copper gloconate, magnesium oxide, amino acid chelated magnesium,
manganese sulfate …
Further research on the internet using keywords “mineral
supplements from rock” resulted in 437,000 occurrences. The following was extracted from one
A method of enhancing health and vitality in a mammal, comprising the steps of: comminuting stone in admixture with
an antibiotic, the stone being selected from the group consisting of sedimentary rock, igneous rock, metamorphosed
sedimentary rock, metamorphosed igneous rock and mixtures thereof; and orally ingesting the comminuted
Various articles use the argument that a consistent and
controlled quantity of mineral salt per capsule/tablet can be created via this process.
The plant complex on the other hand can’t be as controlled
because of soil conditions, type of plant etc etc.
This argument is weak and the price differential is
small. However the improved absorption from the
plant mineral complex
stands out glaringly
To end the story, Tom G. started taking the plant
mineral complexes and shortly after the fatigue symptoms disappeared.
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