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lism. The more smoothly electricity flows and the more efficiently electricity is conducted, without arcing and without circuit interruption, the better the cells function. Electrical circuitry in the human body is not maintained without fulvic acid. Without electricity, cells rupture and disintegrate. When electricity is restored by applying fulvic acid to cells that have disintegrated, cells restructure and resume normal activity. Enhancing electrical flow and sup-

porting electrical efficiency is the major power in fulvic acid. Enhancing electric- ity increases the availability of all nutrients, including dietary proteins, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and minerals. Enhancing electricity allows oxygen to be more read- ily absorbed and supports both oxidation and reduction reactions, making fulvic acid by far the most important free radical scavenger. Fulvic acid functions as either an electron donor or electron receptor, the very definition of oxidation and reduction. Electron exchange is critical to building functions, recycling functions and waste disposal functions of the human cell. No “antioxidant” supplement is capable of both oxidation and reduction functions. Supporting only the reduction side leaves unprocessed metabolic waste inside the cell, in the blood, in the lymphatic system, and all other body fluids. Unprocessed metabolic waste is solid particle waste which, in the presence of the heat of cel- lular metabolism, hardens inside the body, disrupts blood and nutrient flow to the cells and is the seed crystal of all dis-ease. Fulvic acid provides the chemical structure on which vitamins and minerals

dissolve into water and then contributes to the electrical conditions by which these nutrients are passed through the cell mem- brane. Fulvic acid increases the efficiency of protein metabolism, enhances enzyme reactions, supports pH balance and en- hances cell growth and repair. Fulvic acid allows minerals to be recycled and pro- longs the residence time of essential nu- trients in metabolic pathways, thereby reducing ongoing needs for mineral sup- plementation. Fulvic acid enhances the capability of the immune system for better anti-microbial, anti-viral and anti-fungal defense.

Last, but certainly not least, is the ability of fulvic acid to bind organic pol- lutants such as pesticides, herbicides and other petrochemicals, chelate heavy met- als and detoxify radionuclides, also known as radioactive minerals or radioactive isotopes. Fulvic acid is capable of reacting with all radioactive metal and organic pollutant elements to form stable, detoxi- fied chelated organo-metal complexes, preventing them from being absorbed into either the plant or the human cell. Fulvic acid is nature’s chelating agent and does so in a way that chemically modifies the structure of toxic substances, rendering the toxic substance harmless, and leaving the nutrient minerals available to either the plant or the animal or the human. All life is interconnected and interde- pendent through the energy that sustains it and the minerals, proteins, carbohy- drates and fats that keep it running. Nutri- ent supply starts in water or soil and cir- culates through plant, animal and human life and returns again to the soil and water

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from which it came in a continuous circle of life. What flows through and supports energy and nutrient exchange along the entire circuit are complex polymers called humates. The fulvic acid fraction of hu- mates is what electrifies and energizes plant cell and human cells, similar to how a battery holds an electrical charge that is transmitted through a spark plug to start and keep an engine running. For genera- tions however, plants being consumed have been deficient in fulvic acid, which has compromised the health of human beings and the entire planetary ecosystem. Civilizations through the ages have been wiped out as humic and fulvic acid levels were reduced to levels no longer capable of sustaining crop production. For natural restoration of fulvic acid,

the soil has to be uncultivated for 3-5 years and for upwards of twenty years for humin and humic substances. Modern commer- cial and organic farming practices are most certainly not meeting these conditions. And, most importantly, the soil or water must be teeming with microorganisms. Pesticide use, chemical fertilizer, soil ero- sion and poor agricultural practices have sterilized the soil, such that even though minerals and nutrients are being recycled, there are not enough microorganisms on the hair roots of the plants to make ade- quate amounts of humin and humic acid to prepare adequate amounts of nutrients for fulvic acid to deliver to plant and hu- man cells. Commercial and organic farm- ers are generally not amending the soil with humates, which in and of themselves are capable of bringing microorganisms back to life, similar to how restoring elec- tricity allows a cell to regenerate. The good news is that word is spread- ing and agricultural and human supple- ment practices are changing. Slowly but surely, farmers and gardeners looking to optimize crop yields and healthcare prac- titioners and individuals looking to opti- mize health are being educated by scien- tists who have dedicated their life’s work to this subject. The bad news is that the science is so complex, only a handful of companies have the expertise to produce humates for soil enrichment and human consumption. There is also a lot of confu- sion, especially for human supplementa- tion, thinking it is the minerals bound to fulvic acid that are important, when in actuality it is the fulvic acid alone serving the highest and best use. The power of fulvic acid as an electrolyte and chelating

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