ARE YOU MICRONUTRIENT DEFICIENT?
"You can trace every sickness, every disease, and every ailment to a mineral deficiency."
Dr. Linus Pauling, two-time Nobel Prize winner
Do you suffer from Micronutrient Trace Elements Deficiency? Billions of people worldwide suffer from micronutrient deficiencies. Trace element deficiencies represent a common life-threatening health problem in many of the world's populations and are responsible for a wide range of severe health problems. Micronutrients are dietary components, often referred to as vitamins, minerals and trace elements. The body only requires these nutrients in small amounts but they are vital to prevent disease and to maintain good health and wellbeing. Micronutrients are not produced by the body and must be derived from the food and water sources. Minerals are found in water and food sources in two states; The first state is Colloidal Trace Elements and Colloidal Minerals which are not readily absorbed by the body because of their large components. They require more energy to break down into smaller components so that they are not fully absorbed by the body. The second state is Ionic Trace Elements and Ionic Minerals. These are readily available (Bioavailable) because they are nano-constituents that carry an electric charge that is either a positive or a negative charge. These energized nutrients pass through the membranes of the cell to accomplish specific cellular level functions by moving these nutrients to organs and tissue that need nourishment. According to the "Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine," ionic mineral supplements, found in Lithia Spring Water can make you feel better and more energetic. Additionally, these types of mineral/trace element sources can help your body regulate hormones, enzymes, and amino acids. These biological processes have a direct effect on a number of body functions, such as nerve transmission, neuron transmission (brain), muscle contraction, and processes that require the transmission of electrical charges including neurotransmitters. Your body requires Ionic minerals and trace elements for optimal mental-physical health by supporting immune system function, energy, metabolism, antioxidant protection, and neuroprotection.
Is Your Brain Micronutrient Deficient?
Your brain requires a constant supply of the micronutrients Lithium, Magnesium, and Calcium for energy metabolism of neurons and glial cells. Micronutrient deficiencies may have adverse effects on cognition and mood. Lithium (Li3) is considered to be a micro- nutrient that may improve cognitive function, executive functions, focus, memory, creativity, and motivation. Scientific studies (found on the internet) suggest that micro-doses of Lithium may have the following benefit that may help elevate mood • Reduce anxiety • Reduce inflammation • Improve cognitive functions • Strengthen the immune system • Boost neuron energy modulation.
Your body and mind need essential ionic-nutrients daily. Lithia Spring Water is an excellent source of ionic micro-nutrient minerals and elements that are vital for your health and well-being. This rare nutrient rich natural alkaline mineral spring water, with a TDS (Total Dissolved Solids) of 2,200, supplies a full spectrum of bio-available ionic minerals, trace elements, Electrolytes, and ionic lithium (500 mcg/L). The World Health Organization is concerned that micronutrient deficiency is presenting a huge threat to the health of the world's growing populations. According to the "Encyclopedia of Natural Medicine", micronutrients help your body regulate hormones, enzymes, and amino acids. What makes Lithia Spring Water so amazing is its unique natural healthful formulation created by Mother Earth.
The World Health Organization considers Lithium to be a nutrient trace element. This rare elemental nutrient is naturally found in fruits, vegetables, and other plants, but only in some areas where the soil contains lithium. Human dietary lithium intakes depend on location and the type of foods consumed and vary over a wide range. Traces of lithium were detected in human organs and fetal tissues already in the late 19th century, leading to early suggestions as to possible specific functions in the organism. Many nutrition and health experts believe that daily consumption of up to 1-2 mg of lithium may be necessary for many important cellular interactions. At those trace amount levels, lithium seems to carry no risk of side effects, and several major studies in the 1970s suggest that there may be some very important health benefits. Other studies suggest that the American population may be suffering from Lithium deficiencies. Since the 1970’s there has been a growing body of research that supports the benefits of lithium as an important micronutrient. If you search the Internet for “Lithium as a Nutrient” you will discover a very large body of information and independent research studies written by the scientist, doctors, and researchers that will simply amaze you about how trace amounts of Lithium can benefit your health.
"We are a people who are neither happy nor healthy because we have forgotten the healing powers of mother earth"
(Humanism) Native Indian Writer 1884-1936