Our Diatomaceous Earth is 100% food grade

 made up of 85% or more natural silica.  

Diatomaceous Earth 350g

SKU: EM350DE
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  • Our Diatomaceous Earth is 100% food grade made up of 85% or more natural silica. DE benefits include and not limited to are as follows • Improves joint, bone and ligament health • Lowers cholesterol • Improved digestion and more regular bowel movements • Better liver and colon functioning • Improved detoxification and removal of heavy metals • Is rich in nutrients and minerals including: silica, magnesium, silicon, calcium, sodium, iron, titanium, boron, manganese, copper and also zirconium.Please review the further research section for a fuller understanding of the science behind Diatomaceous Earth and how it works in your body.

    Why Are Silica & Diatomaceous Earth So Healthy?

    In 1939, the Nobel Prize winner for chemistry, Professor Adolf Butenant, demonstrated that existence is not possible without the presence of Silica.

    Based on his research carried out at Columbia College in 1972, silica is a vital nutrient that should be provided continuously from food sources.

    Silica plays a huge role in lots of body functions and it has an immediate relationship with mineral absorption.

    The typical human body holds roughly seven grams of silica, a sum far exceeding the figures for other important minerals, for example iron.

    Both iron and silica are essential for the human body, meaning they're required for undertaking ongoing metabolic work that's vital to existence. Both elements should be continuously provided.

    Many studies prove the favorable influence of vegetal silica taking place on the development of animals and humans. Silica is important to the skeleton and mineralization. Hence, silica’s absence leads to skeletal and penile deformation.

    Hormonal disturbances within the human organism are frequently because of a calcium- magnesium discrepancy.

    Several researches have proven that silica can restore this delicate balance.

    Silica also benefits the assimilation of phosphorous. As a result it may be described as a catalyst in using additional factors.