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So, what is Bioavailability?

by Health News

Bioavailability is the amount of the nutrient which is absorbed by the gastrointestinal tract. Supplements should be digested in the stomach, enter the bloodstream and work through the body to perform their necessary purpose.

 

Ionic and monatomic minerals are the only minerals that are 100% bio-spontaneously available – which means the second you start using them, you also start benefiting from them.

 

Ionic minerals are measured in angstroms (ten-billionths of a meter). They are not visible by the human eye. Because they are so small, ionic and monatomic minerals are readily available for absorption at the cellular level just like water. This angstrom size is their key to utilization, storage, and distribution in your body and within each cell.

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