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Are mineral supplements necessary to prevent disease?



Because apart from petrochemical-based painkillers, your belligerent, stiff-necked doctor has nothing to offer you apart from antibiotics, and a few natural remedies such as quinine, which drug companies have managed to synthesize and have managed to slap on a patent. $$$

Take hydroxychloroquine, for example, it doesn’t work without zinc, which is a mineral. Apparently it works, but once Donald Trump endorsed it, authorities have been taking steps to ban the use of hydroxychloroquine out of sheer political malice.

It’s this political malice that has set itself against the use of mineral supplements to prevent the use of mineral supplements for a century. This nonsense began with a propaganda campaign set in motion by JD Rockefeller. He got very rich promoting painkillers made from petrochemicals.

Now more than ever we see that many of the people in charge are liars and thieves seeking empowerment.

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Ten years of government-sponsored research rejected by the government

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Ten years of research for the NIH proved beyond a doubt that every human and every animal that dies from natural causes, dies from a mineral deficiency caused disease. Yet he was treated like dirt.

In the livestock industry, mineral supplements are viewed as a necessity, farmers can’t afford health insurance for their livestock. The awareness of the necessity of mineral supplements to prevent disease began after a turkey crisis in America during the 1950s, due to a change in the turkeys’ feed for market preparation.

Turkey farmers took their dead turkeys to a state diagnostic lab to see what they had died from. It turned out to be a mineral deficiency. These turkeys had been killed by an aortic aneurism caused by a copper deficiency. Thus the knowledge in this area began to grow.

Mineral Supplements Prevent Sickness and Disease

Veterinarian and agricultural knowledge of the value of mineral supplements

The consequences of mineral deficiencies discovered in the 1950s

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Turkey farmers in the 1950s in America came up with a way to make their operation more efficient. The problem was that their turkeys raised in pasture would “finish” or be ready for market sporadically during the summer months. Solution: take the turkeys out of the pasture and place them on complete feed pellets. In that way, they would all be ready at roughly the same time, but there was a problem.

In the first thirteen weeks of this exciting innovation, half the turkeys died. Crestfallen distraught farmers wanted to know why.

At autopsy, it soon became clear that practically all the turkeys had died from an aortic aneurysm.

  • The main blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the rest of the body is called the aorta
  • An aneurysm is when a weak point in a blood vessel first bulges then bursts

Copper Deficiency

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An aneurysm is like a broken bicycle tire with the tube pushing out.

One very astute veterinarian pathologist said that these turkey aneurysms had to have been the result of a copper deficiency because copper was needed for the formation of the heavy elastic fibers in blood vessels. In the following year, the copper content in the feed pellets was doubled and none of the gobblers died. Alls well that ends well.

  • All copper deficiencies in the animal industry have been eliminated
  • In humans, these copper deficiencies are treated symptomatically
    • At great expense
    • Unnecessary suffering and even death (Wallach, 1999)

Mineral Supplements

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Youngevity’s Healthy Body Start Pak

Firstly not all supplements are equal. Some supplements are more equal than others (Animal Farm). To be effective mineral supplements need to be absorbed, and most, if not all popular brand supplements pass through the body unabsorbed. Plant-derived colloidal minerals have an absorption rate of around 98%.

Youngevity’s Healthy Body Start Pak  (opposite). It contains 60 plant-derived colloidal minerals. To find out more about Youngevity’s Healthy Body Paks: 

Youngevity range of 7 Healthy Body Paks

Or for something really useful

30 nutritional remedies for common diseases


Plant-derived colloidal minerals

Colloidal minerals are extracted from shale deposits containing decayed vegetable matter and washed

They can come in the form of a liquid or a powder.

There are few mineral supplements, on the market today, that come from a source of full-spectrum plant-derived minerals.

Youngevity has such a source, Dr. Wallach refers to Yougevity minerals as the secret sauce from a secret source.

When humans supplement with copper

When humans supplement with plant-derived colloidal copper minerals

  • Their original hair color can come back
  • Spider and varicose veins can go away
  • The redness in the face of someone who drinks a lot of alcohol will disappear
  • Hemroids get fixed
  • And some aneurysms can heal, certainly prevented from developing in the first place (Wallach, 1999)

Agricultural Science Teaches Body Chemistry

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Ag science students are taught a lot about organic chemistry. One of the things they learn is that every organic chemical reaction in the body requires an inorganic (mineral) catalyst and cofactor. A mineral catalyst to get the reaction started, and a mineral cofactor for the reaction to complete. This that although vitamins are very good for you, they are of no value without at least one kind of mineral present as a catalyst and a cofactor.

Spina Bifida

In 1956, a modal was created for Spina Bifida in laboratory animals. It was created by feeding pregnant mothers a diet deficient in zinc, vitamin B 12, and folic acid. By the end of the 50s, it was known that 98% of birth defects could be prevented by giving them nutritional supplements, as well as most other health complaints that animals can suffer. Dr. Joel Wallach says that the most important thing learned early on in veterinarian school was

  • The reason we put vitamins, minerals, and trace minerals in animal feed, is that we don’t have health insurance policies for livestock.

Imagine the price at the supermarket if farmers did that.

Imagine the money saved by humans if everyone took the propper supplements. Imagine all the BS regarding human health that would evaporate. Bye-bye, drug companies, bye-bye insurance companies, bye-bye lawyers, bye bye doctors… and stay out! Ah but no, now we have pet insurance. The whole thing is madness, like social distancing.

Yes, people are living longer but many are not healthy in the twilight of their lives.


Did you know that a calcium deficiency could lead to as many as 147 diseases, including osteoporosis, degenerative arthritis, Bell’s Palsy, tinnitus (ringing in your ears), spinal stenosis, and insomnia, to name but a few?


Selenium originally considered toxic is actually vital in small doses if fact although there 60 different minerals needed for a maximized immune system, selenium is one of the most important. Consider the following.

Selenium Deficiency Diseases


  • “Age spots” and “Liver spots”  from vegetable oil
  • Fatigue
  • Muscular weakness
  • Myalgia (muscle pain and soreness)
  • Fibromyalgia
  • Scoliosis
  • Muscular dystrophy (known as white muscle disease in livestock)
  • Cardiomyopathy
  • Heart palpitations
  • Atrial fibrillation
  • Liver cirrhosis*
  • Pancreatitis
  • Pancreatic atrophy
  • Infertility
  • Low birth weight
  • High infant mortality
  • SDS (sudden infant death syndrome)
  • Cystic Fibrosis (congenital)
  • To read more on age spots head over to Why is vegetable oil bad for you?


From what I can gather through research, not much is taught about sickness, disease, or nutrition at medical schools, and apart from antibiotics, doctors don’t have much to offer besides painkillers.  According to Wikipedia:

Traditionally initial medical education is divided between preclinical and clinical studies.

The former consists of the basic sciences such as anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, pathology.

The latter consists of teaching in the various areas of clinical medicine such as internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, psychiatry, general practice, and surgery.

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I trust you found this interesting. Feel free to offer feedback or ask a question in the comment section below, and I’ll get back to you.

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