Obliterate Conformity

Two times Nobel Laureate, Dr Linus Pauling: “You can trace every disease and every ailment to a mineral deficiency.” 

Fact: 99% of the human body is comprised of minerals, yet minerals are overlooked when nutrition is considered. The human body requires at least 60 minerals in order to maintain a disease and ailment free state.

Minerals aren’t cranked out by plants or animals, they reside in the soil. But our farming soil is depleted via modern farming practices and systemic pesticide usage.

End result: our food tastes like shit because it has no essential nutrients in it.

We add sugar to it to make it taste better. And then bloat mentally and physically in the all-American style. Our gut can’t digest the compromise. Body depreciates, and the compromised chemistry compromises our brain.

One end result: Psychoactive drug sales grow exponentially, as people try to counter the effects of fucked up brain chemistry. But the pharmacy makes it worse. It’s like trying to fix a car that runs out of gasoline by nudging it forward with TNT. More damage. Gluten intolerance is another side-effect. Immune system. Energy. Vitality. All become victims of depleted soil.

There is a solution. HUMIC Acid.

Humic Acid contains all the minerals that are missing from the ground soil, and thereby from our own chemistry, to make us run the way we are supposed to run, like well-oiled Maseratis, instead of psychotic fat blobs. HUMIC Acid is the next Simply Transformative product.

Spritz it, drink it, in little portions, to oxygenate your cells and manifest your actual biological potential.

If you doubt any of this, listen to Dr. Peter Glidden who actually knows his shit. Literally. 
HU-Mineral-raw-powder-1More details on soil depletion here.


Written for HoneyColony.com. Published by Nation of Change.

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