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Minerals Not For Supplementation
The following minerals were not included in the liquid Fulvic minerals that I purchased at my local health food store for mineral supplementation. Many are radioactive isotopes.
All descriptions were excerpted from the book, Dead Doctors Don't Lie. by Joel D. Wallach, DMV,
- Aluminum: found in large biological quantities in every lilant grown in soil; known biological function is to activate the enzyme 'succinic dehydrogenase'.
- Americum: a radioactive isotope; half life of 7,950 years.
- Argon: found in fresh water and sea water and mammalian blood.
- Arsenic: essential for survivability of newborns and neonatal growth; highest concentration in marine plants; deficiency results in carpal tunnel, TMJ, and other repetitive motion degeneration.
- Atatine: a radioactive isotope; half life of 7.2-8 hours.
- Curium: a radioactive isotope; half life of 2.5x108 years.
- Francium: a radioactive isotope; half life of 22 minutes.
- Helium: found in igneous rocks and seawater.
- Hydrogen: acidifying the urine with unsweetened cranberry juice can often times control bladder infections (cystitis).
- Krypton: more found in sea water, less in igneous rock; totally harmless and may, in fact, be an essential element.
- Lead: a required part of the RNA/DNA duplicating system; highest levels are found in bone, liver and kidney
- Mercury: vapor from dental amalgam has been shown to increase the percentage of antibiotic resistant bacteria in the gut from 9% to 70% in monkeys.
- Neon: found in igneous rocks and sea water.
- Neptunium: a radioactive isotope; half life of 2.2x10(6) years
- Nitrogen: highest concentration in land animals, then marine animals, then land plants, then marine plants. Functions as a structural atom in protein, nucleic acids (RNA/DNA), and a wide variety of organic molecules. Availability and usability from various foods ... must be considered when choosing nitrogen sources.
- Oxygen: too long to list here
- Plutonium: a radioactive isotope; half life of 24,000 years.
- Polonium: found in igneous rocks
- Promethium: a radioactive isotope; half life of 2.6 years
- Protoactinium: a radioactive isotope; half life of 32,000 years.
- Radium: a radioactive isotope.
- Radon: a radioactive isotope; half life of 54 seconds to 3.8 days. Common household hazard; odorless and colorless. Carcinogenic and highly toxic when inhaled.
- Technetium: a radioactive isotope and not known to occur in nature; poorly absorbed by mammals.
- Uranium: all natural isotopes are alpha emitters.
- Xenon: binds to mammalian hemoglobin and myoglobin producing an anaesthetic effect.
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