Thursday, February 24, 2011

Are you missing something, lacking in nutrients or mineral deficient?

Are you feeling run-down, tired or feel like you have lost that 'spring in your step'?

What do you eat? How is your diet, can you be sure you are getting all the essential nutrients from what you eat?
Do you eat a balanced variety of fruit and vegetables?
Are you getting most of your food out of a packet?
Do you have trouble sleeping? If you are eating a well balanced diet but not eating primarily organically grown foods, then you could still be experiencing signs of a Mineral imbalance or deficiency.
Even the soils that we grow our foods in are becoming consistently depleted of essential nutrients. And what about stress? Do you find there are just not enough hours in the day....?


Your health, well-being and energy levels can, over time, be adversely affected if you are not receiving the essential nutrients in your diet, and not having sufficient rest and relaxation to begin with.
But how do you know if you are coming up short on the essential minerals for your body? You can make an appointment to see a practitioner who specialises in Iridology and Mineral Therapy, or....
you can do a confidential online assessment health check right here by clicking on the link and following the prompts to assess your nutrient levels: Online Mineral Assessment (assessment is FREE - you only pay for the minerals once you order)

I will process the assessment and send you an email, and if you wish to start on the nutrients that are indicated, you just send me a reply email to order.

Remember - the Active Elements Mineral Assessment* is FREE, no payment is required unless you wish to order the Minerals that are indicated in your formula (plus postage).

*The Active Elements® System is based upon the belief that many health issues stem from mineral imbalances within the body. These imbalances can occur for a variety of reasons, ranging from modern agricultural practices, to poor diet and stress.
Don't delay, your health counts on it!

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