(PRWEB) July 17, 2005
Health professionals acknowledge that prevention is better than cure Â catch a problem at the top of the cliff before picking up the wreckage at the bottom.
But too few people practise this. They believe it to be inconvenient, unreliable and expensive. And that they are bulletproof.
Scientists know that our bodies are constantly repairing, renewing and replacing parts of the body. Nature has given us a uniquely powerful defense system.
An example is the minerals in our body. There are over 70 minerals in each of us. Research indicates they rebuild, replace and carry out waste management (de-toxing).
Work by US Professor Harold D. Foster from the USA, showed that the country with the lowest cancer rate in the world was geographically located on an ancient seabed. The Senegalese grow their food in soil rich with minerals left when the sea dried up. Also, the Senegalese rate of AIDS is a very small percentage of their neighbors.
Two-times Nobel Prize winner for chemistry, Dr Linus Pauling, is reported to have said that Âthere is no disease, sickness or illness that cannot be traced back to a deficiency of one mineral or anotherÂ.
Yet food manufacturers leach out minerals from their products during processing. White sugar has the goodness of natural sugar Â molasses Âprocessed out, removing two minerals in particular that are well known for their role in blood sugar management Â chromium and zinc. Up to 40 valuable natural parts of harvested grain, including wheat germ and bran, may be extracted to produce white flour. (Ironically, all extracts can be sold for other use. The 77 colloidal minerals present in seawater are intentionally washed out of the sun-dried salt to make white salt.
Identifying the right minerals in our genetic make-up and history that have the best impact human health is difficult. And that is beside the point, anyway Â minerals work in synergy with each other.
That is why many modern mineral supplements do not work. Some contain minerals that are not readily absorbed by the digestive system or are too tightly pressed into hard tablets, reducing their ability to be released. Others exclude most or some minerals, often some of the more important ones. And many mineral supplements are not concentrated enough to compensate for the deficiencies and toxin loads of our modern life.
Health-conscious Auckland man Terry Wall developed a firm belief in the value of minerals Â and lack of them Â from his background in animal health solutions. Animal feed is heavily loaded with minerals, often added by the manufacturers who recognize their value.
ÂI suspected that many of todayÂs human health problems might be due to some mineral deficiency in the diet, the one component of modern diets that was in decline,Â he said. ÂBut existing mineral supplements were not satisfactory for several reasons. The main one is that there simply too many minerals involved so it is difficult for companies to patent a comprehensive mineral-based solution. For example, I had to buy four separate commercial supplements to get what I wanted Â and even then there were some minerals that I thought needed boosting.Â
Wall spent three years developing his all-in-one product Â In-Sync. It encapsulates the most important minerals to re-energize the immune system and give the body the basic and often-missing materials needed to repair.
ÂIt does not cure any disease, sickness or illness,Â he emphasized. ÂYour own body does that.Â
ÂBut it does improve the mood and energy of an individual with marked improvements in a general sense of well-being, mental alertness and memory, hand-eye co-ordination, healing of injuries, skin and skin elasticity, disease resistance, libido and firming of body shape and tissue. Even joint problems disappear after a time.Â
He said it may not be the perfect solution. ÂBut it is far ahead of anything that most people have experienced, as our customers will testify. Combined with a reasonable lifestyle, people can expect a whole new outlook on life.Â
Already, a growing international customer base has developed to complement New Zealand demand.