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Gold in Nutrition

Nobody is talking about gold as a nutrient that we need in our daily diet, but I believe that it is.

Gold is readily absorbed by the human body when it contacts skin, saliva, and other fluids and tissues and the body selectively transports gold to certain organs and tissues.

Scientists have a list of about two dozen elements that they have been studying as possibly essential. Boron is at the top of the list, with nickel, silicon, vanadium, and arsenic high up as well. After that comes aluminum. Gold is on the list, but so far down that it doesn’t look promising to see anything happen anytime soon.

Alternative medicine practitioners however have been promoting gold as essential for years, in some cases claiming to back it up with “scientific” studies. Not surprisingly however is the fact that without millions of dollars’ worth of clinical studies, mainstream medicine refers to this as pseudoscience.

One thing that we can no doubt agree upon is the fact that our farm soils are totally depleted of this precious mineral and if gold is an element needed in human nutrition, the only way we are going to get it is through supplementation.

Historical Uses

Gold has been used throughout Egypt and Asia by Royalty for thousands of years and they perhaps knew more about its benefits and how to use it than we do today. The use of gold in modern medicine began around 1890, when the distinguished German bacteriologist Robert Koch discovered that compounds made with gold inhibited growth of the bacillus that caused tuberculosis. His work was honored with the Nobel Prize in Medicine.

Gold has been used historically to treat digestive disorders, circulatory problems, obesity and burns. It has been taken internally and applied topically to rejuvenate the skin.

Symptoms of Gold Deficiency:

Mental fog, forgetfulness and low IQ

Sleep disorders – insomnia and inability to relax

Overweight – obesity

Gastric and digestive disorders

Arthritis and other joint inflammations

Hypertension, high blood pressure, and muscle tension

Inability to deal with stressful situations

Reduced creativity

Removing Toxic Elements

The body naturally eliminates toxins through the liver, kidneys, lungs, colon, lymph glands and skin, however due to the polluted condition of the world today, most people are running on toxic overload. Toxins are always acidic and create a low-oxygen environment wherein bacteria and viruses thrive. Disease causing microbes lead to all manner of diseases which reduce the life expectancy of humans and which are generally inflammatory and painful.

Like a cut finger that will not heal when it is full of toxins, many bodily functions are hampered and sometimes completely stop working when an organ is too full of toxins. For example, a pancreas that is full of toxins will frequently stop producing insulin due to the fact that it is giving all of its energy to eliminating toxins which are threatening the very existence of the organ.

When the toxins are removed, most often the pancreas will heal itself and once again start producing insulin. The same could be said for the thyroid or any other organ or gland that is on toxic overload.

It is believed that gold increases the body’s ability to eliminate these toxins.


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