Every single one of us will show signs or symptoms that something is about to go wrong at one time or another. That occasional headache, stiffness in the joints or just getting tired too quickly; we usually put these signs down to getting old, being overworked or just ‘tired’.
In the nutritional world, these issues all form part of what is known as ‘sub-clinical disease’ - meaning the body is starting to show signs of ‘wear and tear’. It has been identified that one of the major factors in the increasing occurrence of these types of illness is that our food chain (and therefore ourselves) is lacking in some of the most important nutrients of all – minerals.
UNICEF and World Health Organisation studies show alarming mineral deficiencies in modern food and soil, which is known to be detrimental to health.
Nutrition expert Dr Gary Price Todd said: “The human body needs at least 60 trace minerals in order to maintain a disease and ailment-free state.”
Nutritionists, health consultants, sports and fitness trainers - together with beauty experts from around the world have been searching for decades for the answer to optimum health and wellbeing.
It has been discovered that foods today contain no more than 16 to 18 minerals, compared to the 70 or more they had in times past.
Sizzling MineralsTM contains a full complex of all the major and trace minerals from natural, organic sources that are essential for every process the body goes through and help control diseases such as arthritis, asthma, diabetes, skin problems, osteoporosis, high-blood pressure, Alzheimer’s and strokes, to name a few.
Many people are increasingly turning to natural, plant-based health treatments and stepping outside the limitations of conventional medicine in a search for overall body wellness.
One of these is company owner Peter Willoughby. At 17, he was involved in a serious traffic incident, when the motorbike he was riding became stuck under the front wheels of an articulated lorry.
Remarkably, although he ‘flatlined’ numerous times and had broken virtually every bone in his body, he survived and, several years and countless operations later, he was - in his own words - able to ‘just about’ walk again.
Specialists warned him, however, to expect crippling arthritic pain for the rest of his life and said that he would eventually return to the wheelchair he had fought so hard to get out of.
That is when his research started. After several months, he found one tiny gem of information which hit a nerve. He read that minerals formed ‘the basis for all life’ and acted as the catalyst which enabled all other nutrients to function optimally.
After researching a variety of supplements, he discovered a plant-based mineral extract containing a natural source of approximately 75 essential and trace minerals. This revelation led in turn to eight years free of pain - until, one day, he felt unable to breathe following a nine-hour flight.
A medical examination noted a major heart problem. But, surprisingly, there was some good news. The surgeon in charge of Mr Willoughby’s case noted that his arteries were unusually clean, and showed no signs of hardening or furring.
Mr Willoughby believes that his long-standing use of plant-based mineral supplements may have kept him alive by keeping his arteries clear. And he was so happy that - once he had been treated - he decided to buy the company that makes the supplements he believes saved his life.
Now 56, Mr Willoughby is well and has no aches or pains.
He said. “The superconductive and catalytic nutrients Mother Nature intended us all to live on form the foundation to all life, but they are no longer available in our food.
“We need these minerals to regain our own optimum cellular health and prevent ill health from the inside out.”
Sizzling Minerals effervescent tablets are now available in France.
To order log on to the website www.simplynaturals.com
Connexion readers can benefit from a €5 discount by using the code CONX7 when they place their first order on the website.
The discount applies on the Mineral category products.
Further information on the benefits of minerals can be found at www.TheHealthVideo.com