Our foodstuffs have suffered a significant loss of ingredients in the last century. Studies, for example, speak of about 90% mineral loss in the last 40 years. The cultivation methods, the standard of living and feeding of farm animals, as well as the handling and processing of our food contribute to this. The lack of nutrients goes hand in hand with the loss of subtle energy in food.
For this reason, it is important to compensate for the lack of food supplements for a transitional period. These preparations should be of the highest quality and – as the name suggests – should supplement the food, not replace it. On the other hand, some substances that are almost non-existent in our diet must be taken permanently.
The preparations I recommend are all tested in my practice and are of the highest quality. Some of them have been tried and tested for decades. An individual testing with the Oberon system helps me to choose the optimal dietary supplements. This is different for minerals. I can only recommend which minerals you miss and which you should not take after a special hair mineral analysis. Since we as a body are essentially composed of water (approx. 70%) and minerals (approx. 30%), this already indicates the importance of these two substances for our health. Since it is only significant how the metabolism takes place in or around the cell, blood values about minerals – as often done in doctors’ surgeries – are worthless, sometimes even misleading. Only a professional hair mineral analysis can provide useful information on the status of the mineral.