Upgrade Your Supplement Routine with Humic and Fulvic Complexes

Every single one of the trillions of cells in your body requires minerals to function. Here’s how to get more.

In an ideal world, you would get all your vitamins and minerals from a good diet. 

In reality, though, it’s hard to get everything your body needs from food alone. Thanks to monocropping and other industrial farming practices, soil quality has declined over the years, which means our food is less nutrient-dense than it used to be. Even if you’re eating a wide variety of good foods, you’re likely to fall short on a few key nutrients. 

The good news is that it’s easier than ever to fill in the gaps in your diet. A solid supplement routine will give you everything your cells need to function at their best. 

If you’ve been reading this blog for a while, you know that I’m against multivitamins. They usually contain a bunch of junk you don’t need, and they cut costs by skimping on both the amount and quality of the nutrients that really do benefit you. 

However, there are two mineral-rich compounds that actually work as a natural multivitamin, and taking them can give you a massive nutrient boost in a single supplement. They’re called humic acid and fulvic complexes, and if you want to upgrade your nutrition, it’s worth your time to try them. 

 

What Are Humic and Fulvic Complexes?

Fulvic and humic complexes come from something called “humate”. Humate comes from rainforests that have been broken down and digested by millions of microbes, then compressed over millions of years into a crystalline substance. 

As a result, humate is exceptionally mineral-rich. It contains a full spectrum of minerals your body needs, making it an ideal way to replenish your mineral stores. 

 

The Power of Humate

The secret to humate is not only that it’s mineral rich. Humate’s minerals come in specific forms called humic and fulvic substances.

Fulvic molecules are tiny, much smaller than most forms of mineral supplements. As flavonoids, they employ active diffusion processes to transport nutrients into the cells and also transport toxins out the cells. They also have the really interesting ability to change their ionic charge from positive to negative, which means they can adjust the pH level within a system. Because of all this, they’re particularly easy to absorb, and are an excellent choice as a mineral supplement. 

Humic molecules, on the other hand, are quite large. They’re much larger than your cells, and as a result, humic molecules stay in your bloodstream. That’s good, because humic molecules are strong antioxidants that bind to free radicals, chelate heavy metals, and collect bio-waste, ultimately carrying all that toxic junk out of your body before it can do damage to your cells. Humic molecules also interact chemically with your cells, encouraging more channels to open in the cell wall, which lets more nutrients into your cells and more waste out.

How Do You Take Humate?

You can’t eat humate directly, and it’s a bit of a trick to get humic and fulvic complexes out of humate while retaining its powerful mineral content. 

Do it wrong and the result is a horrible tasting, not very bioavailable acid. Do it right and you end up with a mineral-rich, strong electrolyte liquid that tastes like water and is super absorbable. 

That’s what BEAM Minerals has done in creating their Advanced Electrolyte & Micronutrient Support Set. I’ve tried lots of horrible tasting mineral supplements that didn’t seem to make me feel any better. With their easy to consume liquid products, BEAM Minerals changed my mind about broad spectrum mineral supplementation.

BEAM Minerals is seriously a game changer in the world of mineral supplementation. I take them every single day and I feel a major difference in my energy and focus. 

If you’re looking for a powerful detoxifier and multivitamin that actually works, give BEAM Minerals a try, and use code DAVE for 20% off your first order.

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