HUmic MINERAL | Gut Health
Here at HUmineral, our mission is health, through nutrition; specifically MINERAL nutrition, as all our Hu-Healthy followers know well. Humic MINERAL is a FOOD in supplement form. HUmineral product is 100% chemical free, USA product and non-GMO.
Our next few HU Healthy Shares, will bring you information from Dr. Josh Axe and his reports on the health benefits of Humic/Fulvic Acid MINERAL for several areas of health. This month we will look at Leaky Gut and the road to Good Gut Health. A healthy GUT is essential to overall health.
Life Changing Benefits/Uses of HUmic/Fulvic Acid MINERAL
reported by Dr. Josh Axe
Improving Gut Health and Immune Function
Humic and Fulvic acids contain a plethora of nutrients that improves gut health, including: trace minerals, electrolytes, fatty acids, silica (which boosts collagen synthesis), pre-biotics and probiotics. These help nourish the digestive tract and also boost the ability of “good bacteria” to repopulate and form a healthy “microbiome” environment. We need a strong digestive system to build immunity, help control hormone production, regulate our appetite, reduce our stress response and much more. As a result of gut permeability (when particles are able to escape through the gut lining and enter the bloodstream where they should not normally be), inflammation is triggered and autoimmune reactions can occur. There is some evidence that consuming humic/fulvic acid mineral promotes a healthy intestinal tract and immune system (digestive disorders and other issues, including: SIBO symptoms, small intestine bacterial overgrowth, inflammatory bowel disorders, bacterial infections (respiratory, urinary tract, etc.), or the flu and common colds.
HUmineral Humic Acid Mineral products are 100% RAW, Vegan, Chemical free, undiluted, USA product. Gluten, Soy, Dairy, Nut, Wheat, Sugar FREE, and non-GMO. Available: Liquid, Vegetarian Capsule and a Face/Skin/Hair Body SKIN SPRAY for all ages.
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