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These problems and others can be tracked back to mineral imbalance or deficiency.
Our health myths deprive or deplete us of vital minerals that keep the “Healthy Ones” free from disease. The belief that skimmed milk is good for you provides a perfect example.
Millions have hopped on the low fat bandwagon, yet 60% of Americans remain overweight and that figure is growing. Skimmed milk has not made them thinner.
Skimmed milk has disturbed mineral balance because it is a processed food. It has lost its chromium, which we require to break down fats. And it has lost virtually all of its manganese, which we need to use its two main ingredients; sugar and protein.
That’s not good, but get a load of this: To protect the mitochondria within our cells from cancer causing free radical damage, we make an enzyme called superoxide dismutase (SOD). Our manufacture of SOD is dependent upon the availability of manganese in the food we eat.
But manganese is disappearing from our food because of soil exhaustion and rotten farming practices like the use of unbalanced petrochemicals that prevent crops from taking it up.
For a food like wheat that’s just the beginning of the disaster. After harvest comes the refining process where the milling of wheat eliminates 88% of whatever manganese it might have had.