Where have our nutrients gone?
Unfortunately, naturally-occurring foods rich in nutrients are becoming a thing of the past. Eons of vegetation growth and aggressive modern farming techniques have brought many of the earth’s minerals to the surface, where they have been washed away.
As the soils are depleted, the seas become enriched
The earth contains a perfect balance of all the nutrients humans need to be healthy and happy. The problem is soil-nutrient depletion. Over the years, soil erosion and aggressive farming practices have depleted the essential nutrients in crops, and human nutrition has suffered. Dr. U. Aswathanarayana states, “When people consume a diet derived from crops grown in nutrient-deprived soil, their intake of essential elements becomes inadequate. This leads to the impairment of relevant physiological functions and causes disease.”1
Trace Minerals Research (TMR) helps rebalance the body by reversing the effects of the water cycle. Instead of relying on the soil to provide all the minerals and trace elements we need, we headed to the shores of the Great Salt Lake. Our extensive offering of products provides a wealth of mineral essentials formulated to address specific health concerns. By cultivating our shores, we help restore the human body’s need for a balanced spectrum of minerals and trace elements.
1. Aswathanarayana, U. Professor. Trace Substances Environment and Health. Science Reviews, London, 1:1994, pp. 222-223.