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Contents Acknowledgments Introduction: In the Kingdom of the Infinitely Small Part 1: Minerals and Trace Elements: Why Our Diet is Lacking These Important Nutrients 1. A Brief History 2. A Healthy Diet Is the Essential Foundation of Overall Good Health 3. The Importance of Soil Quality 4. Pollution: The Heavy Tribute We Pay to Modern Life 5. We All Should Live from 120 to 140 Years 6. Supporting Research 7. Minerals: In What Form? Part 2: Journey to the Center of the Earth: Soils, Springs, and Colloidal Minerals 8. Earth, Soils, and Minerals 9. Water, the Source of Life Part 3: Minerals: Building Blocks for Health 10. The Body: A Compound of Minerals and Trace Elements 11. Our Hydro-Mineral Balance 12. Colloidal Minerals: Sparks of Life 13. The Role of Trace Elements 14. Two Natural Sources for Colloidal Mineral Complexes 15. A Short Handbook of Oligotherapy for Trace Elements Appendix 1: Excerpts from U.S. Senate Document 264, 74th Congress, Second Session, 1936 Appendix 2: [to come] Appendix 3: Resources Notes Bibliography Index
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Minerals in human nutrition.
Trace elements in the body.