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“God sleeps in the minerals, awakens in plants, walks in animals, and thinks in man.” Arthur Young

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There are secrets to getting and staying in optimal health.  Being able to have the knowledge to include Nutraceuticals like these in developing holistic programs, is what makes  a Nutrigenomics  Practitioner unique.

Learn how fulvic acid, humic acid (Shilajit) brings nutrients to the body, and clears it of toxins at the same time, in this interview with toxicologist Dr. Daniel Nuzum, D.O., N.M.D., and how it effects cancer.  Shilajit from the mountains in Tibet has up to 85 trace minerals as well as fulvic and humic acids.  The 77 plant derived trace minerals has at least 77 trace minerals, fulvic and humic acids, and comes from a deposit in Utah.  All of the forms recommended below work and work very well.






Resources to benefit from the above information:

Paradise Herbs Shilajit

Dragon Herbs High Mountain Shilajit

77 Plant Derived Trace Minerals

Super Earth Energy



About Christopher Wiechert, CNC


About cwiechert1951

Christopher Wiechert, CNC is an educator, activist and consultant specializing in Nutrigenomic, Anti-Aging, Orthomolecular, & Restorative therapies. He has been working in the natural health field for 40 years. He is also the creator of HealthBlogger published online since 2005. His goal is to educate people about alternatives in nature for drugs and to introduce you to nutraceuticals, that along with a genetically sound diet, can increase your health span.

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