The prime building block of health is water and all the nutrition that should be in it – “should” being the key word.
Pollution of surface water and the depletion of minerals from our farming soil have changed the harmonious interaction between the water we drink and the foods we eat. To restore that balance, our bodies require the trace minerals found in Deep Sea Water.
The human body is a wonderful machine. Like all machines, mechanical and organic, the body will break down. However, it has the capacity to heal itself and, if properly nourished and exercised, it can be made to resist many of the conditions that make us age and our bodies deteriorate.
The most important element in maintaining a healthy, smooth-running body is water.
Deep Sea Water contains abundant amounts of essential minerals like potassium, calcium and selenium, plus minute amounts of many of the trace elements such as iron, copper, zinc, manganese and chromium, which are missing from common surface water. These trace minerals help humans absorb the vitamins in food and pass these directly into the system. Without these trace minerals, we do not get nearly enough of the total nutrition we need from the foods we eat.