Daily Fundamentals

To maintain optimal health, our bodies require a number of nutrients. High quality protein and fat sources are essential macronutrients we must strive to consume regularly. Protein provides our bodies with essential amino acids and fat provides them with essential fatty acids. It is scientifically known that we do not require sugar in our diet in order to live optimally well. There are no essential sugars.

Minerals from unrefined foods grown or raised off micro-organism rich soils strengthen our endocrine system and serve as endocrine activators. Trace minerals serve multiple enzymatic functions for us to remain alive. Water and Fat-soluble vitamins are essential to support the functioning of our organs. Ensure that you consume sufficient amounts of nature packaged nutrients in the balanced ratios only found in whole food sources.

A multiple whole food concentrate containing several vitamins, minerals and phytonutrients from approximately 14 different whole food sources is the original and optimal supplement for healthy individuals. Instead of using a megadose approach, the intake of several whole food ingredients complete with complexes of nutrients rather than incomplete isolated nutrients. Specific glandular tissues complement whole food ingredients to stimulate cell and tissue repair is a factor we do not overlook. The complex set of whole food ingredients and other vitamins and minerals broadly support both the physiological and the biological processes of the human body.

Trace Minerals are important cofactors for many enzymatic reactions in the body. Specific concentrates comprised of several whole food sources of trace minerals including kelp, alfalfa, buckwheat, and oats are superior. Kelp is a rich source of iodine, and contains iron as well as B vitamins, like thiamin, riboflavin, vitamin B12, and so much more. Alfalfa contains the trace minerals iron, zinc, copper, manganese, and more. Buckwheat and oats are both good sources of manganese. Iodine is a trace mineral required for thyroid hormone synthesis. Iron is required for oxygen transport and storage, energy metabolism, and many nutrient interactions. Copper, manganese, and zinc are also cofactors involved in many important enzymatic reactions in the body. Vitamin B12 is a cofactor to two enzymes that support protein and hemoglobin synthesis and the production of energy from fats and proteins.

Omega-3 Oils from Tuna is often referred to as “brain food.” That’s because coldwater marine fish like tuna, mackerel, salmon, and sardines contain two very important omega-3 fatty acids – eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA). These two long-chain omega-3 fatty acids are essential to many functions in the body. They support brain development and function, the circulatory and immune systems, as well as the body’s natural anti-inflammatory functions which help to reduce stiffness and support healthy joint function. Additionally, supportive but not conclusive research has shown that EPA and DHA omega-3 fatty acids may reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.