Since a speaker on the Ty Bollinger video series on defeating cancer with natural remedies mentioned the power of fulvic minerals to nourish and detoxify the body, I have been busier than ever shipping them.
In fact, I had a Naturapath call who was amazed that in 25 years of practice she had never heard of them. She ordered the fulvic minerals and some of my bars
I had this exchange with one of the gentlemen who purchased them and I thought it may be of use or benefit to you.
Tom: Have you noticed any difference with the minerals?
Some people do, some don’t so you’re not obligated to. 🙂
Peter: The first two days after taking it I was very tired and unable to think properly. After that I am OK, but I do not notice any difference to before. My wife said much the same.
Tom: That’s interesting. It may have been a detoxifying effect of the Fulvic Acid that caused the tiredness. I understand it has a free-radical scavenging action.
Peter: I am a little surprised that I feel no benefit, but not surprised at the reaction, however that may have had nothing to do with the minerals, we never know. I am convinced that I should take it every day for overall health so I am glad to have it.
Tom: I was not going to say that because it sounds like a sales pitch coming from a vendor, but I share your philosophy.
I take about 20-30 supplements with my Nutri-Blast powder each morning.
When people observe me with my morning routine the reaction varies from interest to horror. I am often asked why I take that many. My response is that, despite the 140 ingredients I put in my powder and eating two of my 190 ingredient bars most days, there are powerful ingredients I am not allowed to put in my products.
The next most common question is, “Do you notice a difference?”
I reply, “To be brutally honest, I don’t. I take them because I know from my research that long-term, the body does far better on top quality nutrition than it does on poor quality or no nutrition.”
Hmmm… …now I have committed this to writing I should put it in my next newsletter with a list of what I take and why. Some will be interested in it.
Anyway, enjoy your weekend Peter!
The vitamins I take and why by Tom Grimshaw.
NOTE: Please do not interpret this article as an endorsement of this supplement regime as one you should follow. It is merely what I am experimenting on with my body as a result of my research into nutrition and health.
Acetyl L-Carnitine – Antioxidant, helps the body produce energy, supports brain function and healthy memory.
Alpha Lipoic Acid – Antioxidant that functions in both water and fat, helps turn glucose into energy, helps recycle C and Glutathione, increases the production of glutathione, can cross blood\brain barrier and work in all parts of nerve cell to prevent damage.
Astaxanthin – Most potent antioxidant, naturally prevents sunburn, potent anti inflammatory, protects brain. 500-1,000 times more powerful than vitamn E.
Vitamin B1 – Used quickly if doing lots of mental work. (100mg in 47 minutes.)
Multi B – B group vits are involved in the metabolism of carbs, fats and proteins and are important for the body’s energy producing reactions.
Vitamin B12 – Boost red blood cell production, energy, metabolism, maintain central nervous system.
Bacopa monieri\Brahmi – improves memory and concentration.
Vitamin C – Antioxidant, synergistic with vitmain E.
Co-Enzyme Q10 – to help maintain healthy heart, boost body’s energy reserves, stamina and endurance. Comes in two forms. The normal one is unbiquinone, OK for people under 40 but less readily utilised by older bodies. Ubiquinol, the reduced version, is more readily absorbed by older bodies.
According to leading experts who are on the cutting edge of natural health, it’s critical to supplement with CoQ10 as you age. After the age of 30, natural levels of CoQ10 begin to diminish. By the age of 50, your CoQ10 levels may be too low to support optimal heart function. By age 70, your levels can become so low they can actually accelerate aging. Your age aside, further loss of CoQ10 is caused by stress, illness or the use of certain medications such as statins.
In fact, the WORST culprit is statin drugs. It is now estimated that 1 in 3 adults over 50 take a statin. Meanwhile, few doctors warn their patients that by taking a statin to “help” their heart, they are in fact slowly draining their heart of the very fuel it needs for optimal health. In my opinion this is a shame, since so many people’s heart health is being needlessly jeopardized at the hands of their own doctors.
Crinum Latifolium – Prostate health.
Vitamin D3 – Boosts immune system by 300-500%. 50,000 IU accompanied by 30 ppm nanosilver hydrosol cured prostate cancer.
DHEA – Slow aging processes, improve thinking skills and immune system, helps with weight loss and reduces osteoporosis.
DMAE – Boosts alertness and clarity of thinking, improves mood. Take early in day.
Vitamin E – Antioxidant, synergistic with vitmain C, skin and heart health.
Fish oil – Omega 3 fatty acids
Ginkgo Biloba – May assist with blood circulation and healthy cardiovascular system. Boost blood to the brain, promotes memory, attention, concentration adn cognitive functions.
Glucocamine and Chondroitin – Help with cartilage rebuilding and reduce joint pain.
Hyaluronic Acid – Joint and skin maintenance
Krill oil – Omega 3 fatty acids and antioxidants contribute to:
A healthy heart
Support for concentration, memory and learning
Blood sugar health
Healthy joints, with an increase in joint comfort
Fighting your signs of aging
Healthy brain and nervous system function and development
Protection for cell membranes
Cholesterol and other blood lipid health
Healthy liver function
Bolstering your immune system
Healthy mood support
Optimal skin health
Nattokinase – Contains vitamin K2 – prevents osteoporosis. Eating natto can cut the time it takes the body to dissolve a routine clot in half. Higher doses in tablet form are able to open up veins that are completely blocked with blood clots.
From: http://www.denvernaturopathic.com/news/natto.html
PQQ – a remarkably strong antioxidant that shields the mitochondria in your heart from the stress of making all that energy. PQQ activates the genes that give birth to new power generators in your cells. Mice had 55% more mitochondria after being supplemented with PQQ. PQQ stimulates the natural production of nerve growth factor, which triggers the growth of new brain cells. PQQ also relieves the stress on your brain cells called excitotoxicity. This is the over-stimulation of brain cells that causes senility and loss of memory as you get older. Best taken with CoQ10.
Resveratrol – potent antioxidant, anti-cancer and anti-aging.
Saw Palmetto – Prostate health.
Vinpocetine – improves blood flow to the brain, improves memory, makes it easier for the brain to use glucose and oxygen, and allows the brain to survive longer and better after periods of oxygen deprivation.
Zinc – hair loss, immune system booster, prostate cancer preventer.

GMO vs Non GMO

GMO vs Non GMO
Left hand, right hand, shell trick, double-speak, lying, profiteering, evil: call it what you will. Just don’t eat the stuff! It’s toxic poison.

Vegetarians, Vegans, B12 and AFA

For my US based readers (and fast responding Aussies)…
One of the things I often ask vegans is,
“Do you get your blood tested for B12 level?”
Most don’t. Which is a shame as you can read from this article.
“There is some controversy over whether or not AFA is an effective source of vitamin B12. Many natural sources of vitamin B12 have been shown to be biologically inadequate. However, preliminary research conducted by Italy’s Department of Neurorehabilitation at Villa Salus Hospital evaluated the vitamin B12 levels of 15 vegan subjects who had supplemented with an algae product from Lake Klamath and found their B12 levels increased over a control group.
“Although not absolutely conclusive, researchers believed the preliminary research supported the argument that AFA is a reliable source of vitamin B12. Baroni L, Scoglio S, Benedetti S, Bonetto C, Pagliarani S, Benedetti Y, Rocchi M, Canestrari F. Effect of a Klamath algae product (AFA-B12) on blood levels of vitamin B12 and homocysteine in vegan subjects: a pilot study. Int J Vitam Nutr Res. 2009 Mar;79(2):117-23. doi: 10.1024/0300-9831.79.2.117. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20108213”
AFA or Blue Green Klamath has also been found to increase the release of stem cells from bones, a process which diminishes as we age. This is why I include AFA in my top bars and powders – to slow the process and reduce the signs of aging.
It has been an expensive month for purchasing raw materials. I have just spend over $5,000 for some AFA and another $5,000 for some fulvic minerals.
Here’s an email I received yesterday. Sorry about the late notice but, as I said, I have been incredibly busy.
Hi Tom
Hey there, just wanted to let you know that our
October Autumn Sale ending in one day! Use the coupon
codes below during checkout for HUGE savings!
October Autumn Sale is Ending in One Day
50% OFF 500 Count Klamath Blue Green VegCaps!
50% OFF 160 Count Power 3+ VegCaps!
Use this coupon code during checkout:
(case sensitive)
30% OFF Klamath Blue Green 1/2 lb Powder!
Use this coupon code during checkout:
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50% OFF Mineral Mountain Crystal Bath Salt 4 lb
50% OFF Mineral Mountain Fine Ground 1 lbUse this coupon code during checkout:
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ALL Coupon Codes can be Stacked (used together)
on a single order.
Sale ends October 31st, 2014, 11:59 PM
*OR* while inventory/supplies last
Order now using the link below:
Warm Regards,
–Scott Springer
Power Organics Inc.

The Products of Social Media Posting

This morning I received this email that I thought to share, specifically for those with a business they promote on social media.
Hi Tom
Do you know the 3 core objectives of social media posts?
• 1. Drive traffic back to your site
• 2. Boost credibility and trust/establish yourself as an authority or expert
• 3. Boost “Social Juice” (get likes, +1, shares, retweets etc)
Keep those in mind when you are writing your posts and you’ll see a HUGE improvement in your results from social media.
Making sure your posts are crafted to include elements that help you reach those objectives is the foundation of a successful social media campaign.
Hope that tip is helpful for you!
Jennifer Horowitz
Director of Marketing