Dr. Wallach's Majestic Earth Minerals are the best on the market because:
History of Palnt Derived Colloidal Minerals
History of Plant Derived Colloidal Minerals
It is a little known fact that colloidal minerals contained in bottles have been consumed in America since 1926. Back in 1925, a rancher in Central Utah made a historic discovery when he found the Majestic Earth source. Through unusual circumstances, the mineral remains of an ancient rain forest were determined by the U.S. Department of Interior to be prehistoric and were therefore encapsulated and preserved.
These minerals derived from pre-historic plants are known as "humic shale". The material is not bentonoite (clay or dried up seabeds), which is the most common source of the so-called colloidal minerals.
The only mineral products that Dr. Joel Wallach will endorse with his name and picture are the Youngevity's Majestic Earth Mineral products. These products are produced from humic shale ore found in the mines of Emery County Utah USA. This shale ore is the result of Mother Nature's own incubation. Years ago, the Earth's fertile, mineral-rich soil produced wholesome, succulent wild fruits and vegetables and lush green forests. During this era, the soil near the earth's crust contained at least 75 or more minerals. According to science, all life at that time, whether flora or fauna was extremely healthy and it is assumed that this was a direct result of the plants' ability to extract at least 75 minerals from the soil.
As the thick growth of vegetation died, it accumulated in large files, which years later were buried by rock and mudflows and deposits of sand and silt. The weight of the overflow compacted and compressed out all the moisture and what remains today are dried prehistoric plant derivatives. These are known as humic shale.
Humic shale contains plant derived hydrophilic minerals, which are very small in size compared to metallic minerals that come from ground up rocks and soil. Because plant minerals were in essence chelated, digested or pre-assimilated by the plant, they take effect faster than metallic minerals. The ‘quicker response' is the direct result of the fact that the plant mineral was predigested which lessens the time required for dissolving completely. The additional effectiveness also comes from the hydrophilic mineral's greater overall surface area due to its small size.
Farmers have known for years that a properly proportioned amount of humic shale in animal feed is known to provide many benefits. This is more easily understood when one realizes that the average food (fruit, vegetables, plant or grain) today only contains about 20 or less minerals.
Humic shale can also be utilized for the production of liquid hydrophilic minerals for human and animal consumption. This can be accomplished by placing humic shale, ground to an aggregate 2" or smaller, in a food grade vat or tank. This shale is then covered with cool contamination-free water for several days. More than 70 water-soluble minerals are leached from the shale to become part of the liquid during this undisturbed leaching period. Hydrophilic minerals will not oxidize and will never settle out of the liquid. Due to the plant derived hydrophilic minerals' size to weight ratio, it always remains suspended in water. The shelf life of this pure food is indefinite.
The prehistoric Humic Shale is excavated from the mine located 6 miles south of Emery, Utah at the elevation of 6,600 feet above sea level. The shale is placed in a large food grade vat and covered with cool, catalyzed, contamination-free water, which gradually leaches the minerals from the shale. This simple process extends over a period of weeks during which the vats are undisturbed so as to prevent unnatural or forced extraction of dissolved mineral solids. No other substances, such as citric acid or hot water, are used to force mineral extraction and nothing is added to the product, not even color.
This amazing tonic has passed numerous health and safety tests, including stringent ones conducted by quality control laboratories. This pure straight-from-earth nutritional wonder is found in all Majestic Earth products. There are no preservatives, flavorings or synthetic substances added. Each quart of Majestic Earth Minerals contains at least 19,000 milligrams of 7 major minerals and more than 70 trace minerals. The liquid minerals are without a doubt the purest, most comprehensive and most result-producing plant-derived colloidal mineral supplements in the world.
How A Veterinarian saved my tooth and probably my life!
As a Doctor Of Chiropractic, I work really hard at being healthy. I eat a healthy diet, take more nutritional supplements than anyone you know and work out 4 days weekly. I drink plenty of water, eat lots of fresh fruit and raw vegetables and avoid the bad stuff as much as possible. I understand that my health and longevity depends mostly on what I do on a daily basis and therefore I‘m probably the healthiest guy you know. That being said, I am not without my own personal health challenges. My biggest frustration, has been battling tooth loss, which according to my dentist, is related to bone loss, caused by gingivitis (periodontal disease). Gums that bleed easily has been a problem all my adult life and my dentist tells me that I need to brush more, floss more and get more frequent dental cleanings. But, I actually have a very good dental regimen and brush longer than anyone I know. Plus, I have been using use a special toothbrush and toothpastes, a water pik with various mouth washes and dental rinses, all in an effort to get this problem under control. Then last year I started having pain in a lower molar on the right side of my jaw. The pain was quite severe and it prevented me from chewing on that side at all, so, I called my dentist, Dr. Joe, who is also my patient and friend. When he examined the tooth, he knew immediately what was wrong. He was able to wiggle my tooth easily with his fingers and said it was “falling out” due to bone loss in my jaw. I told him I didn’t want to lose another tooth and he said, “It’s too late, it’s already lost and there was no way to save it.” So, reluctantly, with no apparent alternative, I had him pull it out, but I certainly wasn’t happy about it. Well, loosing that tooth gave me a new conviction to find a way to stop this process. I spent many hours on the internet researching different approaches to gum disease and the subsequent bone and tooth loss. I finally settled on a twofold approach. In the morning I put 100% Aloe Vera gel on my toothbrush, dip it into a combination of sea salt and baking soda, put 4 or 5 drops of Hydrogen Peroxide on it and I would brush all four quadrants very well for a total of 3 minutes (the recommended brushing time). Then I would gargle for a long time with Listerine Total Care Mouthwash, spit it out and purposely not rinse, just to keep the germ killing properties in there. At night, I once again put the Aloe gel on my toothbrush, dip it into a powdered herbal formula designed to stop gingivitis and loss of teeth and did the 3 minute brushing, followed by a liquid Aloe rinse. I had been following this regimen for many months and thought I was doing well. But then, once again, I began having tooth pain, in a molar next to the tooth I lost last year. When I closed my mouth, I could actually feel that the tooth was raising up out of my jaw. I was obviously loosing another tooth and boy was I upset. After everything I was doing, for this to be happening again was incomprehensible. I found myself driving to work with my index finger pressing my tooth into my jaw, just to lessen the pain. I knew if I visited Dr. Joe, another tooth would be a goner. I thought, how is this possible? What else could I have been doing? Well, all of a sudden, in my head I heard the words of one of my favorite health lecturers, a doctor who said in THE most famous health lecture of all time, “and if you think you have gum disease, gingivitis and are losing teeth because you don‘t brush and floss enough, I‘ll sell you some oceanfront property in Montana.” and then he went on to explain that the problem was actually a simple nutritional deficiency. Now, that was a pretty bold statement, which was obviously contrary to what all the dental experts say. But, I must admit that following the dental experts' advice wasn’t helping me, so I decided to give it a try and see what happens. Well, in two days my tooth stopped hurting and within two weeks, it had re-anchored in my jaw. The tooth is no longer raised, it’s back down where it belongs and I am now able to chew on that side with no problem. To say that I am excited would be an understatement, because following this Doctor’s advice, I not only saved “a” tooth, I believe I am also saving the rest of them. How is it that this one Doctor has such a different opinion than all the “experts“? Well, honestly, he has a very unique combination of background, education, experience and open mindedness, but to explain all that here would be too lengthy. However, I don’t believe there is another person on the planet who knows what he knows, plus he’s not afraid to step on a few toes in the process of educating those interested in living a very long and healthy life. If you’d like to learn more about him, what he recommends to help your body heal and what it takes to live to your genetic potential, please click this link.
If you aren‘t interested you could always buy some oceanfront property in Montana. I hear there's some available at your dentist's office…
Thanks for reading and caring about your health! :-)
Evan R. Neilson, D.C.
Your home or nursing home?
One of the reasons we hate aging in the U.S., is we think "getting older" automatically means "becoming decrepit"!
Therefore we do everything possible to "appear" younger (cosmetic surgery, "spanks", dying our hair, dressing inappropriately, etc.), instead of focusing on the things that will keep us looking and feeling younger, healthier and actually living longer.
A healthy diet, regular moderate exercise, proper nutritional supplementation, a good social network and having purpose in life, are all part of the equation of healthy "anti-aging". What this boils down to, is us taking responsibility for our health and life. Remember, your Medical Doctor is an expert at treating sickness and disease (M.D. = Managers of Disease), but he or she was never taught how to keep you well. Only you can do that by the decisions you make and the actions you take on a daily basis.
So my question to you is, what is your preference, a nursing home at 75, or home tending your vegetable garden at 95?
And, is what you are doing on a daily basis in line with that goal? Mine is!
I plan on celebrating my 100th birthday on the Flying Trapeze, with CNN there to film it! And, because I know that won't happen by accident, I take active steps every day to make it not only possible, but probable!
Thanks for reading and for caring about your health! :-)
Evan R. Neilson, D.C.
P.S. One of the things I'm doing is to make sure I get the 90 essential nutrients (60 minerals, 16 vitamins, 12 essential amino acids & 3 essential fatty acids) that I need every day in order to help avoid nutritional deficiency, sickness, disease and infirmity!
Anti-Aging Lifestyle Extends Productive lifestyle
USC: Active social, spiritual and physical life helps prevent health decline in seniors
Study shows small day-to-day changes can result in measurable improvements in quality of life
Small, healthy lifestyle changes and involvement in meaningful activities—going beyond just diet and exercise—are critical to healthy aging, according to a new USC study.
Guided by lifestyle advisors, seniors participating in the study made small, sustainable changes in their routines (such as visiting a museum with a friend once a week) that led to measurable gains in quality of life, including lower rates of depression and better reported satisfaction with life.
The study validates the current trend in public health strategies to focus on preventing illness and disability, as opposed to treating issues once they have already begun to negatively impact health, according to lead investigator Florence Clark.
"What is critical is that, as we age, we continue to be engaged in life through a sustainable mix of productive, social, physical and spiritual activities. This goal of prevention and wellness is really a key to health care reform, and results in cost savings to society," said Clark, professor and associate dean of the Division of Occupational Science and Occupational Therapy at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC, and president of the American Occupational Therapy Association.
"The emphasis now is prevention," she said. "There are non-pharmacologic interventions that work."
The Well Elderly 2 trial was performed between 2004 and 2009, with the write-up appearing in the June 2 issue of the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health.
During six-month periods, licensed occupational therapists assisted more than 200 individuals aged 60 and older to develop sustainably healthy lifestyles and see if they improved the participants' overall quality of life.
"The key to the individualized plans was to make them sustainable," Clark said.
For example, some people like going to the gym to stay physically healthy, but others find the thought of slaving away in a room indoors for three times a week utterly abhorrent—so much so that, no matter what good intentions they have, they will not wind up going. For such individuals, a more effective and longer-lasting strategy to improve physical health may be to instead walk for an hour around their neighborhood in the evenings.
The occupational therapists also provided guidance for using public transportation, getting the participants off of the couch and out into the world.
"You're able to go to a museum, you're able to go to a park… it can open up a whole world of opportunities," Clark said. In one instance, the therapists helped a woman who had taken a nasty fall while boarding a bus to work up enough confidence to ride again. Eventually, she was able to take the bus to go do volunteer work—a fulfilling pastime that she had sorely missed, Clark said.
"Being engaged in a social life has a positive effect on health," she said, "but the public is not sufficiently aware of how key this is to successful aging."
The older adult participants were described as "well" because they were living in the community, not in a skilled nursing facility or other institutional setting.
To determine the results of the trial, quality of life was measured using a variety of indicators, including physical health, mental health, social well-being and life satisfaction. The program participants were compared to a control group that did not receive the intervention.
Though the two groups started out roughly equivalent, the intervention group showed significant improvement in lessening bodily pain and depression while improving vitality, social function, mental health and overall life satisfaction.
Lesser, though still measurable, gains were made in general health and physical abilities.
At the end of the first phase of the trial, the control group was provided with the same treatment that had been given to the intervention group—and made identical progress.
The study findings replicate the outcomes of the influential Well Elderly 1 trial, but extend them to a more ethnically diverse population living in a wide range of community settings, demonstrating the lifestyle program's value for the general public.
The results of the Well Elderly 1 trial, conducted in 1997, were used by the London-and-Manchester-based National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) to develop recommendations for British public health policies.
"Although people are living longer, it is important that they also live better. This intervention results in improved quality of life and provides a vehicle for maintaining health as we age," Clark said.
The Well Elderly 2 trial demonstrated that, compared with other interventions, this lifestyle intervention was cost-effective. For every dollar spent, there was a significant enough gain in health outcomes to justify the expenditure, according to Clark.
"The American public needs to know about this," she said. "Making positive changes in how we live each day, and sustaining those changes over the long term, is critical for maintaining independence and healthy aging."
The study was funded by a grant from the National Institute on Aging at the National Institutes of Health.