What are colloidal minerals in water?
Colloidal minerals are very small particles of organic or inorganic minerals in a liquid medium such as water. They are so small that they do not sink to the bottom or float on the surface. They have an electromagnetic charge. They are better absorbed by the body than organic and inorganic minerals, which consist of larger particles.
What are inorganic and organic minerals and trace elements?
Inorganic minerals are minerals and trace elements that are present in the soil, for example rocks. For humans, these are difficult to absorb. Organic minerals and trace elements come from plants or animals. They are in a chelated (bound) form, which means that they are linked to a protein. They are easily absorbed by humans.
What is the body’s average absorption capacity of minerals?
Colloidal minerals: 70 to 90%
Inorganic minerals: 5 to 35%
Organic minerals; 40 to 60%