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Ionic Liquid Phosphorus Mineral Supplement

Posted by on January 14, 2013

By Angstrom Minerals

Ionic Liquid Phosphorus Ingredients:

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Ionic* Phosphorus (2000 ppm), ionic Magnesium (proprietary amount), Purified Water.

* “Most minerals [from food] are 8-12% absorbable, Chelated Minerals are 40% absorbable, and liquid… Minerals are 98% absorbable, being 7000 times smaller than Red blood cells, with negative-charge for absorption.” – Joseph B. Marion; Anti-aging Manual. (“With a negative charge” means the minerals are ionic.)

We have found the best place to purchase Ionic Phosphorus is from Healthshop101.com

Suggested Use for Phosphorus:

Adults: 1 teaspoon to 1/2 ounce (1 tablespoon) daily. May be added to fruit or vegetable juice.
For use with children under the age of 14, consult a health care professional.

Important Notes Concerning Phosphorus:

  • The suggested daily amount of Phosphorus is an absolute minimum intended to supplement a very well balanced diet. Should your diet be less than perfect, increasing your Phosphorus intake may be beneficial.
  • These days even well balanced diets may not provide all the essential nutrients. In 1936 Rex Beach stated in Senate Document #264, “The alarming fact is that foods–fruits and vegetables and grains–now being raised on millions of acres of land that no longer contains enough of certain needed minerals, are starving us–no matter how much of them we eat!” Do our farm lands produce any better crops today?
  • Since ionic Phosphorus does not build up in the body, it never reaches toxic levels. Therefore feel free to find the amount that works best for you.
  • Phosphorus is best taken in the morning, as it opposes Calcium which typically is consumed in the evening. For information on nutrients and their relationships, please visit our page entitled Opposing and Synergistic Nutrients.
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