Are there any benefits in taking organic minerals (those derived from plants) versus inorganic minerals (those derived from rocks or the sea)?

This question is being asked and debated by many health experts around the world. The answer is very complex because there are a number of sources for each form of minerals. Not all of these provide the same benefits.

For example, modern farming techniques have resulted in the depletion of minerals in the soil that would normally provide plant-based minerals. So, some manufacturers turn to ancient mineral deposits that were derived from plant material laid down millions of years in the past.In most cases, the processes that resulted in these mineral deposits cause the minerals to separate and become more concentrated in some areas and less in others causing significant imbalance.  

Rock-based minerals (inorganic minerals) are also very often out of balance due to the nature of how these minerals are processed by natural forces. Various minerals precipitate out of ancient seawater sources at different rates causing them to be layered in the rock deposits. Some of the minerals dissipate and become unavailable within the rocks altogether.  

Even some sources of contemporary sea-based minerals are unbalanced and polluted. Inland seas tend to have higher concentrations of one minerals versus another. In other words, they are unbalanced and potentially harmful. Often they are found to contain higher levels of normally trace amounts of minerals such as arsenic. Also, seas close to land masses are often polluted by runoff and sewage. 

As a result, the question of which provides us the most benefit is complicated by how they were isolated and where they are sourced. One sure source is the sea. It contains all the minerals, trace elements and electrolytes in the exact ratio needed by our bodies. However, it is vital that sea-based sources be pristine and unpolluted.

This is why Hawaiian Sea Mineralsare the best source for minerals, trace elements and electrolytes. The Hawaiian archipelago is the most remote island chain on Earth. These pristine waters are free from pollution and other contaminants that are harmful to our bodies. Hawaii is located some 2,000 miles from the nearest land mass.

There is one last question to be asked. Which type of minerals is best absorbed by our bodies? There is a debate on this as well. However, current research seems to indicate that it may be more important to ask how much time does the body have to ingest these vital minerals and can those minerals be readily absorbed in our systems?

The body recognizes minerals coming into our bodies and processes them in the stomach so they become useful and effective. Once they pass out of the stomach, they are no longer absorbed and are useless. Therefore, it is more important to take minerals that can be fully absorbed in the short time they are in the stomach (about one hour). Minerals that are already in their molecular ionic form will be more easily absorbed. Here again, this is why Hawaiian Sea Mineralsare far better. They are already in their molecular form and are quickly and effectively absorbed.           

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