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Those who work with the earth are some of the healthiest in modern society. The physical and mental health benefits of maintaining an abundant, lush garden are well worth your consideration, and the probiotic exposure alone could save you hundreds of dollars in supplements and doctor visits.
But what concerns us here is how gardeners have paid careful attention to what helps things grow. They watch and learn what helps living organisms thrive.
Humans, to be sure, are pretty distant to our plant cousins on the evolutionary tree, but we still share the vast majority of our cellular biology with them. How else could medicines, most of which are derived from plants, have such powerful effects on our own systems?
So certain things that help plants grow and thrive can indeed help us. And it is the gardeners that now what works best.
So what is this Gardener’s secret that might help you and me?
Organic material forms the basis of healthy soil.
The dead material of living things, plants or animals, gets returned to the soil and is decomposed by billions and billions of bacteria – many of the very same species that live in your gut. This process creates what is known as humus.
Humus is extremely rich in humic and fulvic acids. These acids are more like categories than specific molecules. They are fairly large and often form large complexes, containing many carboxyl groups dangling off their sides.
These carboxyl groups are electrically charged, so they easily form electrical bonds with other charged molecules. When a plant or other living being ingests humic or fulvic acids, the acids bring along a whole lot of other compounds that may not have otherwise made it into the system.
Things like trace minerals, vitamins, and other essential cofactors for cellular processes.
In the absence of healthy soil – which is unfortunately the rule rather than the exception in most of the industrialized world – gardeners have found that adding fulvic acid to the soil makes their plants healthier and stronger.
So what about humans?
Not surprisingly, healing traditions around the world have been well-aware of the benefits of fulvic acid before they had a name for it. Many traditions prescribed the organic layer of soil as a treatment for skin rashes and eczema. Interestingly, modern scientific research has confirmed this same application for fulvic acid. 
Many researchers believe this is mediated by fulvic acid’s potent antioxidant, immune-stimulating, and nutrient-bringing properties.
In the Indian tradition of Ayurveda, shilajit is renowned for its vitalizing healing properties and health benefits. What the ancient Indian healers didn’t know is that shilajit is actually comprised of 50-60% fulvic acid.
Shilajit is generally prescribed to treat gut and inflammatory conditions. And again, modern scientists have found that fulvic acid can help manage the same conditions.
Power Up Immunity AND Fight Fat?
Other research has found that fulvic acid plays important roles in other diverse bodily processes.
One study found that fulvic acid stimulates the immune system and generates a more powerful immune response. 
And in a totally different field, another study found that when fulvic acid was added to the diet of pigs it had a profound impact on hormones and enzymes relating to fat metabolism. The end result? Less fat tissue and healthier pigs. 
As mentioned above, one of the most powerful properties of fulvic acid is its’ ability to form complexes with other minerals and molecules. Fulvic acid is recognized by your body and selectively absorbed, bringing along all these other wonderful molecules it’s happened to pick up along the way. This is why it boosts plant health so well. It makes the nutrient content of the soil bioavailable to the plant.
And this is exactly how it helps your health. Studies have shown that fulvic acid boosts actually increases iron levels and nutrient uptake . Another researcher found it can even help get pharmaceutical drugs more efficiently into your system, by forming similar complexes .
Not only can fulvic acid help bring things into your system, it can also help to pull them out.
Those same carboxyl groups can form electrical bonds with heavy metals and toxins in your body, binding them up and carrying them out through the urine and stool. One study showed that adding fulvic acid to the diet prevented aluminum accumulation in fish and others have even used it as a filter to remove heavy metals from water sources. .
It is this last property that interests us at here at BodyHealth the most.
Most of us are aware that we live in an increasingly toxic environment. Untested chemicals flood our products, our living spaces, even our food supply and water. This places a heavy load on our body and whatever we can’t immediately process accumulates in our tissue and can eventually cause major problems.
Detoxing is a biologically taxing process, so to help catalyze and facilitate that process we designed Body Detox, a cutting edge combination of 21st century biochemistry and detox science. And fulvic acid is just one of our many potent ingredients to help your body remove heavy metals, pesticide residues, plastics, and all the other thousands upon thousands of other pollutants that accumulate in your body and disrupt health.*
Click here if you’d like to learn more about our approach to detox.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease
When it comes to cholesterol, virtually everyone is aware that too much LDL cholesterol is an indicator of heart disease and that optimizing LDL/HDL levels is critical for heart health.
People avoid foods that are high in cholesterol, exercise, lose weight, and try countless other methods to lower their LDL – which are all met with varying levels of success. But, despite all this, heart disease is still the leading cause of death in the USA.
Today we’re going to discuss a simple, science-backed alternative solution to lowering LDL levels – and it’s all about protein.
Growth Hormone (GH or HGH) is one of the most important hormones in regard to muscle gain and fat loss for men and women:
It increases muscle mass, increases protein synthesis, strengthens bone, internally makes your metabolism “younger,” and is, to a large degree, “anti-aging” in its effects. And it does this in large part by stimulating the uptake of amino acids in the cells.
In fact, GH is so closely tied to amino acids, that not only does GH stimulate the uptake of aminos, but taking aminos stimulates the release of GH to get the cells to take in the aminos.
Intermittent fasting has become increasingly popular over the last couple of decades, and many people are curious whether it is right for them.
Those who believe they have a “slow” metabolism are especially concerned that any form of fasting might further slow the metabolism, leaving them feeling groggy or less energetic, not to mention hungry.
Surprisingly, this couldn’t be further from the truth.
Intermittent fasting can improve your metabolism while helping you lose weight, along with a slew of other health benefits.