SuperCells Complex Minerals is a completely organic liquid, rich in bio-available essential minerals, trace elements and amino acids. Our supplement contains organic humic and fulvic acids, which play an important part in healthy metabolism and act as recyclers of metabolic wastes.
Soil no longer has the abundant vitamins, minerals and other nutrients that it once did and therefore we can’t receive the same nutritional value from the plants we eat. As your body can’t produce minerals, it’s important to supplement with bio-available (easily absorbed) plant-derived minerals.Fulvic acid is the element found in humus, the highly nutritious layer of the Earth which feeds plants and ensures that they grow strong and healthy. It increases the overall retention, absorption and efficient utilisation of nutrients from both foods and supplements, improving the overall health and functioning of your body.Benefits of Fulvic Acid:Improves gut healthBoosts the immune systemIncreases energy levelsLowers the risk of digestive disordersEnables your body to absorb nutrientsHighly alkalisingADDITIONAL INFORMATION:SuperCells Complex Minerals contains more than 77 major minerals, trace elements and amino acids in a colloidal and dissolved suspension. 100% organic ingredients. No sugar, nothing artificial and no alcohol.
MINERALSCalciumChromiumIronRubidiumTinMagnesiumCobaltLanthanumRutheniumTitaniumPotassiumCopperLithiumSamariumTungstonChlorideDysprosiumLutetiumScandiumVanadiumSodiumErbiumManganeseSeleniumYtterbiumAntimonyEuropiumMolybdenumSiliconYttriumBariumFluorineNeodymiumSilverZincBerylliumGadoliniumNickelStrontiumZirconiumBismuthGalliumNiobiumSulphurBoronGoldOsmiumTantalumBromineHafniumPalladiumTelluriumCadmiumHolmiumPlatinumTerbiumCarbonIndiumPraseodymiumThalliumCeriumIodineRheniumThoriumCaesiumIridiumRhodiumThuliumAmino Acids: Alanine, Glutamic acid, Histidine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Methionine,Phenylalanine, Serine, Threonine, Tyrosine, Valine.
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