People with intestinal diseases, such as colon cancer, must eat nutritional products to maintain high levels of dietary fiber for intestinal health. The fiber plays an important role in preventing toxic substances in the bowl from being exposed to the intestines. But how nutritional is the product that we eat today?
A Japanese study has found evidence of a positive link between the level of nutrients in the soil and the crop that was grown on it. Unfortunately, the average amount of nutrients that are found in modern fruits and vegetables are 20 times lower than that found in the 1950s. This drastic reduction in the nutritional value of fruits and vegetables is the result of a disrupted mineral cycle. The disturbance in this delicate cycle has drained modern soil of its minerals. Mineral shortages in the soil lead to mineral shortages in us as well, causing various health problems such as chronic fatigue and muscle aches.
Soil without minerals is like water that has been filtered through reverse osmosis. Biocera Commercial Alkaline water can provide essential nutrients. As humans develop adverse health effects from drinking mineral-deficient water, plants also negative effects from being watered with mineral-deficient.
Biocera Balls have a useful application in the agricultural industry to ensure that the watered soil can be replenished with rich, essential minerals for the health of the crops and the ones consuming it as well. Although minerals are small, they can have a large impact on the health of the being. Choose Biocera.
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